Check the most important information on entering individual countries from Slovenia. We are trying to keep them up-to-date, however we still recommend you to obtain the most relevant entry conditions for other countries on the respective official websites.
By 31/05/2022, all passengers over the age of 6 must present a European digital certificate or certificate of compliance with the RVT condition when entering Italy, but they are no longer required to complete a digital passenger identification form.
Passengers not meeting the RVT condition must first undergo the mandatory five-day quarantine upon their arrival in Italy.
Certain exceptions apply when entering Italy.
See more detailed information in Italian
Slovenia is no longer on the list of the so-called risk countries.
Upon the entry to Germany, all travellers over the age of twelve must still fulfil the RVT condition and submit one of the COVID-19 documents:
- negative COVID-19 test result (PCR or HAG, which is not older than 48 hours),
- proof of recovery (a positive test result carried out at least 28 days but no more than 90 days before),
proof of vaccination.
Proof of a negative test result (PCR or HAG) must not be older than 48 hours at the time of the (planned) entry into Germany. If travellers are entering Germany with a carrier (e.g. an airline), their PCR test must not be older than 48 hours before the planned start of the journey (time of departure from the airport). The HAG test must not be older than 48 hours at the time of the entry into the country, even if the travellers are travelling with carriers.
Passengers entering Germany from Slovenia must also complete a digital form without having to be quarantined.
See more detailed information in German
Switzerland has lifted most restrictions, but we still recommend that you complete the “Travelcheck” questionnaire before entering and check the entry conditions.
At present, travellers do not need to complete an entry form to enter Switzerland, do not need a negative test, and do not need to be quarantined when entering Switzerland.
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 Croatia without restrictions. They do not need to provide any proof of entry (European digital certificate, negative test, vaccination certificate…), nor do they need to self-isolate.
See more detailed information in Croatian
Entry into France from Slovenia is possible without restrictions for persons vaccinated against COVID-19, who need only to present a proof of vaccination. Some airlines or shipping operators may also request a completed European Union Passenger Locator Form (EU PLF).
All passengers over the age of 12 arriving from Slovenia who are not vaccinated must present a negative result of a PCR test (not older than 72 hours) or a RAT test (not older than 48 hours) or a certificate of recovery of over 11 days old and not older than six months.
See more detailed information in English
In order to enter the United Kingdom, travellers no longer need to take a COVID-19 test and fill in a passenger locator form, and do not have to be quarantined.
Free entry into the United Kingdom applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers.
However, you still need to follow any measures put in place by the airlines or shipping operators or tour operators in the United Kingdom.
See more detailed information in English
It is recommended that all travellers, including fully vaccinated persons returning or travelling to Belgium, complete a special form (PLF) before entering the country.
All passengers over the age of 12 who come from dark red countries (including Slovenia) must present a European digital certificate upon entry or one of the proofs: a certificate of full vaccination (at least 14 days after the last dose), a negative PCR test (should not be older than 72 hours) or a RAT test (should not be older than 24 hours), or a certificate of recovery older than from 11 and not older than 180 days.
Travellers coming from dark red countries (including Slovenia) who DO NOT have a certificate of recovery or vaccination: the test must be carried out on the first day upon arrival in Belgium and travellers must wait in quarantine until the result of the test is known.
More detailed information is available on the official national page