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
From 21 June to 30 July, 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.
Residents of the Italian-Slovenian border area on both sides of the border can cross the border freely (without Covid-19 restrictions) for 24 hours and not farther than 60 kilometres from their residence.
See more detailed information in Italian
On Monday, June 28, Germany will ease the conditions for persons entering the country if they come from Slovenia. The list of the risk areas (Risikogebiet) of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) no longer includes Slovenia.
Persons travelling to Germany who have spent time in one of the areas not classified as a risk area within the 10 days prior to entering are not required to fill out the digital registration on entry, submit a negative test result and quarantine.
The only exception is passengers using air transport, who are still required to produce a rapid antigen test (48 hours) or PCR (72 hours) or proof of recovery or vaccination.
See more detailed information in German
People who have stayed in Slovenia for the past 10 days do not need an antigen or PCR test to enter Switzerland. If you travel by plane, you need to have a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours or an antigen test result not older than 48 hours. The negative test result is not obligatory for fully vaccinated people or people who have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months. When travelling by plane you need to fill out the entry form.
For detailed information, please see the official Swiss site
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 270 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.
- certificate of a positive PCR or rapid antigen test that is older than 11 days and not older than six months, or a medical certificate of convalescence,
- A person who has recovered from COVID-19 and has been vaccinated with at least one vaccine dose, and not more than 6 months have passed since the vaccination, however, does not have to submit a negative test and is not referred to quarantine.
- 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 a EU member state, Slovenia is on the “green” list of countries (as of 23 June 2021).
Entry into France is possible without restrictions for persons vaccinated against COVID-19. All passengers over the age of 11 who come from abroad and have not been vaccinated must submit a negative result of a PCR or rapid antigen test taken less than 72 hours before departure.
See more detailed information in French
People returning to the United Kingdom (including from Slovenia) must self-isolate for 10 days, and during that time they must take two Covid-19 tests (on the second and eighth day of self-isolation).
Before travel, it is necessary to:
- Take a Covid-19 test not later than three days before departure, which must be negative.
- Book and pay for a travel test kit with Covid-19 tests that should be taken on/before the second day and on/before the eighth day of self-isolation.
- Complete a form for tracing of passengers with information about where you will self-isolate after returning to the United Kingdom, and a reference number of the booking of a travel test kit (if you are returning from a country that is not on the red list).
See more detailed information in English
People arriving from countries on the green list including Slovenia, can enter the country without limits. If you travel to the Netherlands by plane, please carry a completed Traveller public health declaration form.
Citizens of Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Serbia, Slovakia and Romania can enter Hungary on land without limitations.
Other foreign citizens travelling to Hungary from Slovenia can enter Hungary without limitations:
- those providing satisfactory proof while entering Hungary that they have undergone COVID-19 infection within 6 months prior to reporting to entry;
- those providing the European digital COVID certificate at entry to Hungary, which is equal to the Hungarian immunity certificate;
- those providing their protection against the COVID-19 while entering Hungary with valid immunity certificate with the travel document indicated on the immunity certificate, and a person under his/her supervision who enters Hungary with him/her and has not reached the age of eighteen;
- those providing their protection against the COVID-19 while entering Hungary with valid immunity certificate issued by a State specified by decree of the Minister responsible for foreign policy.
Certain exceptions apply.
More detailed information in Hungarian is available on the official national page