See the key information about the conditions for entering individual countries from Slovenia. We are looking to provide you with updated information related to returning from Slovenia to individual countries, but we nevertheless recommend that you check current information and possible daily changes in the conditions to enter other countries on the official web pages of those countries.
Entry to Austria no longer requires completing an online registration form (Pre-Travel Clearance) by persons entering from Slovenia or states listed in Annex A and persons who have stayed exclusively in Slovenia or any of the states listed in Annex A for the past ten days. The clearance is compulsory only if you enter the country without a recovered-vaccinated-tested certificate.
To enter the country, you need a proof that you have either been vaccinated, tested or that you have recovered from COVID-19 - 3G certificate (or RVT).
- If a person is unable to submit the said 3G certificate, they must be tested for the SARS-CoV-2 virus immediately or no later than within 24 hours (pre-travel clearance is compulsory in this case).
- Official documents in German (Ärtztl. Zeugnis) or English (Health certificate) or the yellow vaccination card in which the vaccination was recorded are recognised as certificates of vaccination.
- It is possible to enter Austria on the basis of a completed PCR test that is not older than 72 hours according to the date when the swab was taken or a rapid antigen test that is not older than 48 hours according to the date when the swab was taken.
See more detailed information in German
Until 30 August, a government decree will be in force in Italy requiring those returning to Italy from the European Union's List C countries to present the following:
- a completed special self-declaration (soon to be replaced by a digital form),
- EU Digital COVID Certificate:
- a negative molecular (PCR) or antigen (HAT) test result not more than 48 hours old, or
- a certificate of recovery from COVID-19, or
- a certificate of vaccination from which 14 days have elapsed.
When entering Italy, certain exceptions apply regarding the submission of a negative COVID-19 test.
Quarantine for people who submit the foregoing certificates is no longer mandatory.
For those returning to Italy from countries not part of the European Union's List C, a 10-day quarantine is foreseen, while for some countries specific conditions apply.
See more detailed information in Italian
From Sunday, 1 August 2021, some entry conditions for Germany will be stricter. Everyone above the age of 12 entering the country, regardless of the means of transport (car, train or airplane), will need to provide one of the following COVID-19 certificate at the border crossing:
As of Sunday, September 26, 2021, the Robert Koch Institute has classified Slovenia as a high-risk area. Passengers entering Germany from Slovenia must fill out an online form and carry a certificate of testing, vaccination or recovery for possible submission to an official at the border crossing. Proof of one of the conditions must be uploaded through the entry portal so that a vaccinated individual or a recovered person will be able to forgo quarantine. Anyone who has not been vaccinated or who has not recovered must enter the 10 day quarantine that can be shortened by a negative COVID test after day 5.
See more detailed information in German
Any person who has not been vaccinated or who has not recovered COVID 19 must demonstrate a negative (PCR or RAT) test upon entering Switzerland. After four to seven days of stay, they must take another test in Switzerland, which they send to the competent cantonal office. All travellers – be it vaccinated persons, recovered persons or persons with a negative test – must also complete an entry form. upon arrival.
See more detailed information on the official Swiss website
Persons arriving directly from EU Member States or the Schengen area, regardless of their nationality, may enter Slovenia if they have a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate. This also applies to persons coming from green-listed areas.
If they do not yet hold an EU Digital COVID Certificate, entry into Croatia is exceptionally allowed subject to the following proof:
- a negative PCR test or a rapid antigen test – HAG, whereby the result of the PCR test is not older than 72 hours and the result of the HAG test is not older than 48 hours upon arrival at the border crossing.
- certificate of vaccination that proves that a person has received their second dose of a vaccine that is used in the EU (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Gamaleya, Sinopharm); the certificate must not be older than 365 days or that at least 14 days have passed since they received a single-dose vaccine (Janssen/Johnson & Johnson).
- certificate of vaccination with the first dose of the Pfizer, Moderna or Gamleya vaccine, whereby at least 22 or no more than 42 days have passed since the vaccination.
- certificate of vaccination with the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, whereby at least 22 or no more than 84 days have passed since the vaccination.
- a positive PCR or HAG test certificate older than 11 days but not older than 365 days or a recovery certificate,
- a person that recovered from COVID-19 and who has been vaccinated with at least one vaccine dose within 8 months of the onset of the disease, but not more than 12 months has passed since the date of arrival at the border crossing point.
a PCR or rapid antigen test performed immediately after the arrival in Croatia (at own expense), after which the person must self-isolate until they receive the result. Otherwise, a 10-day quarantine is mandatory.
Certain exceptions apply.
See more detailed information in Croatian
As one of the EU members, Slovenia is on the “green” list of countries (as of 23 June 2021).
Entry into France is possible without restrictions for persons who are vaccinated against Covid-19. They must provide a certificate of vaccination and a declaration confirming their symptom-free status and that they have not been in contact with any person with confirmed infection within the last 14 days. All passengers over the age of 12 arriving from abroad (green list countries) that have not been vaccinated must submit a negative PCR or a negative rapid antigen test result less than 72 hours before departure or a certificate of morbidity older than 11 days and not more than 6 months.
See more detailed information in French
Since 4 October 2021, the conditions for entry into the United Kingdom depend on whether or not a person is travelling from a red list country and whether they are fully vaccinated. Currently, Slovenia is not included on the red list.
Before travelling to the United Kingdom, a fully vaccinated person must:
Before travelling to the United Kingdom, an unvaccinated person must:
After the arrival, an unvaccinated person must:
If the visit is for less than 10 days, the person must be quarantined for the whole duration of the visit. Under certain conditions, quarantine may also be terminated early.
See more detailed information in English
All passengers returning to Belgium have to complete a special form 48 hours prior to return. Based on the replies, it shall be established whether you are a high risk person and which limitations apply for you. Persons coming from red countries, among which is also Slovenia, must present a vaccination certificate, a negative PCR test that must not be older than 72 hours, or a certificate of recovered illness upon entering the country.
More detailed information is available on the official national page