Welcome to Slovenia

Slovenia is reopening for tourism. To travel safely and responsibly, regularly check the updates on the current situation and follow safety guidelines.

Here, you can find current information about crossing the national borders, about the preventive guidelines adopted in the tourism sector and hospitality services concerning visiting public areas, about public transport, etc.
 

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As of 15 July, the lists of countries that have been in use so far no longer apply, and the requirements to enter Slovenia are equal for everyone: everyone is subject to the RVT (recovered-vaccinated-tested) requirement.

After 15 September, the vaccinated-tested-recovered rule (PCT) must be met by all employees, as well as users of services or activities.  

INFOGRAPHIC

For a visual overview of the key COVID restrictions in Slovenia, take a look at the infographic that includes everything you need to know when travelling to and around Slovenia.

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Entry requirements

1.1. Unified conditions of entry for passengers

Entry into Slovenia without a mandatory home quarantine is permitted to persons that produce one of the following certificates:

Tested

  • a negative PCR test for COVID-19 that is not older than 72 hours according to the date of the swab taken.

    The PCR test is adequate if it is performed in the Member States of the European Union, the Member States of the Schengen area, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the United States of America, and also at check points on air links for international air transport if it is performed in Turkey.

  • a negative RAT test result not older than 48 hours from the time the swab was taken

    The RAT test is adequate if it is performed in the Member States of the European Union, the Member States of the Schengen area, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the United States of America, and also at check points on air links for international air transport if it is performed in Turkey, and is listed in the common list of rapid antigen tests published. The HAG tests of all the manufacturers on the list are adequate, regardless of whether they are marked yellow or white.

    List of HAG tests

  • a negative PCR or RAT test for arrivals from all third countries

    A PCR or RAT test made in a country not listed above is valid if it meets all the following conditions: it features at least the same information as a PCR or RAT test issued in a European Union or Schengen member state, a QR code and the same verification options as an EUDCC.

    Detailed Information

Recovered

  • a certificate of recovery – proof of a positive PCR test result older than 10 days but not older than six months (180 days), or a doctor's certificate that the person has had COVID-19 and no more than six months have passed since the onset of symptoms (180 days).
  • a certificate of recovery is accepted if issued in an EU member state, a Schengen Area country, Australia, Israel, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the United States of America, at check points on flight connections of international air transport, or in Turkey;

Vaccinated

  • a Covid-19 vaccination certificate proving that the person has been administered:

    • the second dose of Comirnaty vaccine manufactured by Biontech/Pfizer, Spikevax vaccine (COVID-19 Vaccine) manufactured by Moderna, Sputnik V vaccine manufactured by Gamaleya National Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology, CoronaVac vaccine manufactured by Sinovac Biotech, COVID-19 Vaccine manufactured by Sinopharm, Vaxzevria vaccine (COVID-19 Vaccine) manufactured by AstraZeneca and Covishield vaccine manufactured by Serum Institute of India/AstraZeneca or,

    • a combination of the two vaccines listed above,

    • the first dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen manufactured by Johnson and Johnson/Janssen-Cilag.

  • a certificate of vaccination for persons who have recovered from COVID-19 (a certificate of recovery and proof that the person has been vaccinated with one dose of a vaccine referred to in the preceding point within a maximum period of 6 months since a positive PCR test result or the onset of symptoms).

Proof of vaccination may be: a filled-in card of the vaccine producer, an entry in a vaccine booklet or a certificate of vaccination (including a card issued upon vaccination).

  • an EU Digital COVID Certificate in digital or paper form, bearing a QR code that contains data on a negative PCR or rapid antigen test result, a certificate of vaccination, a certificate of recovery or a certificate of vaccination for recovered persons,

  • a digital COVID certificate of third countries in digital or paper form, bearing a QR code that contains the same data as the European Digital COVID Certificate and is issued in English by the competent health authority of the third country

 

A 10-DAY QUARANTINE

If none of the documents can be submitted, a 10-day quarantine is required. A person ordered to quarantine at home upon entering Slovenia may end quarantine early by producing a negative PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2. Testing may only be performed from the fifth day of home quarantine.

A foreigner who is not a resident of Slovenia will be allowed to enter Slovenia and ordered to undergo a 10-day quarantine only if they can prove beyond any doubt that they have a guaranteed place to quarantine. Otherwise, they are denied entry. It is not possible to quarantine in tourist accommodations.

For detailed information, visit the official website of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia dedicated to current information related to crossing of borders.

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EU digital COVID certificate

The EU digital certificate will be introduced in Slovenia and other EU member states on 1 July 2021. The certificate will facilitate travel in the EU. National authorities issue the certificate free of charge; the certificate is available in digital or paper form and includes a QR code. A certificate is a digital proof that a person has either:

  • been vaccinated against COVID-19,
  • received a negative test result or
  • recovered from COVID-19.

The certificate is not a precondition for free movement and is not considered a travel document.

More information on the EU digital COVID certificate

 

Introduction of digital passenger locator forms (dPLF) 

From 16 August 2021, all passengers entering Slovenia by plane or ship are required to fill out a Digital Passenger Locator Form (electronic PLF form - dPLF) before entering. 

dPLF form

 

Travel announcement application "Enter Slovenia"

The Slovenian Police have developed a travel announcement application, "Enter Slovenia", which provides help to users when entering our country, especially with regard to understanding the exceptions.

Depending on the purpose of their travel to Slovenia, a user may complete a form with their personal data. The data is not saved after the form is generated and is automatically deleted. The user may print out this form or save it on their mobile phone or a tablet and show it at a border control point or a control point within Slovenia.

Enter Slovenia web application

 

1.2. Exceptions to the quarantine and the negative test result

Foreigners who are not residents of Slovenia will be allowed to enter Slovenia without a mandatory quarantine only if they meet the RVT condition.

There are 7 exceptions for entry without quarantine and without the met RVT condition that (upon the fulfillment of certain additional special conditions for each group) apply to the following persons without residence in the Republic of Slovenia.

  • persons in the international transport sector who leave the Republic of Slovenia within 12 hours of crossing the border. They must present a "Certificate for International Transport Workers" or another appropriate document demonstrating their posting by the employer. These persons are also allowed to visit petrol stations without fulfilling the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule requirement, 

  • Persons who do not have residence in the Republic of Slovenia and travel in transit through the Republic of Slovenia and leave it as soon as possible or no later than 12 hours after the entry. If a person is positive for SARS-CoV-2, the transit is allowed if he / she follows the recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) and if the neighbouring country is willing to accept this person. If a person has been quarantined abroad, he / she must transit through Slovenia with his / her own vehicle and by the shortest route within 6 hours. Passengers can perform urgent transit tasks on the way, such as refuelling, stopping for physiological needs, but not overnight stays,

  • A child who has not yet reached the age of 15 and crosses the border together with a close family member who is not quarantined at home or is not denied entry to the Republic of Slovenia, or in an organised group accompanied by an educator, teacher or guardian who is not quarantined at home or is not denied entry into the Republic of Slovenia, or together with the person transporting the child due to the child’s involvement in education, if this person is not quarantined at home or is not denied entry into the Republic of Slovenia

  • A person crossing the border for the purpose of transporting a child under the age of 15, due to the child’s involvement in upbringing and education, if the child crosses the border back within two hours after crossing the border.

  • Persons who have evidence of a planned emergency medical examination or procedure in the Republic of Slovenia, another Member State of the European Union or the Schengen area, and are returning and crossing the border immediately after the medical examination or procedure or as soon as their medical condition allows it.

  • persons who own or lease land in the border area or on both sides of the state border and cross the state border with a neighbouring country for the purpose of carrying out agricultural and forestry work and return to Slovenia within 10 hours of crossing the border. This exception also applies to close family members and other people with a registered residence at the same address when travelling together.

  • a cross-border worker working in a Member State of the European Union or in the Schengen Area who returns from work no later than five days after crossing the border and lives no more than 10km of air line from the common border line between the Republic of Slovenia and the neighbouring country.

A person claiming any of the exceptions listed above must provide the police with evidence of the existence of these exceptions, otherwise they will be sent to quarantine at home.

For detailed information, visit the official website of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia dedicated to current information related to crossing of borders.

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1.3. Entry into Slovenia for non-essential travel

Non-essential travel, including for tourism, is possible for the following persons:

  • all persons residing in the EU member states and the Schengen area who provide proof that they fulfil one of the general requirements for entry into the Republic of Slovenia (a negative test, a certificate of recovery, a certificate of vaccination);

  • persons resident in third countries or areas: Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Montenegro, New Zealand, Qatar, Kosovo, Moldova, North Macedonia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine, United States, Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China), Macau (Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China), Taiwan;

  • citizens of countries who do not need a visa to enter Slovenia if, upon entry, they present a vaccination certificate or proof that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past six months, together with proof that they have received at least one dose of vaccine that is valid within the EU.

The police can deny entry into the Republic of Slovenia to persons who, upon entry, do not provide at least one of the required documents.

Note: The recovered-vaccinated-tested requirements apply to passengers of all countries who use tourist accommodation, use indoor restaurant services, visit cultural institutions, etc.  R – recovered, V – vaccinated, T – tested T – tested (PCR not older than 72 hours or RAT not older than 48 hours).

We recommend that, before travelling, you check travel advice on the official website of the country from which you are travelling.

For detailed information, visit the official website of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia dedicated to current information related to crossing of borders.

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Entry into Slovenia with a visa

Visas for non-essential travel can only be issued for the countries for which the Republic of Slovenia has lifted restrictions on non-essential travel based on EU recommendations. Regarding issuing visas, the resuming of visa operations will depend on the criteria and measures agreed between the EU Member States present in individual third countries with their representations. The decision on resuming visa operations without limitations will be published on the websites of the diplomatic missions and consular posts of EU Member States in the countries listed. Of these countries, Slovenian diplomatic missions carry out visa operations without limitations in Australia, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Israel, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Serbia, and the US. Countries that have yet to meet these criteria can issue visas only in urgent cases and only for essential travel. Visa representation is currently suspended for most third countries and may only be utilised in cases of essential travel.

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1.4. Call centre for information on the new coronavirus

As of 12 July, the call centre where you can obtain all the current information regarding the new coronavirus (health measures, border crossing, returning to Slovenia, support measures for the people and the economy and more) is operational again.

You can call the call centre free of charge at 080 1404 on workdays from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 16:00. If you are calling from abroad, you can reach the call centre at +386 1 478 7550.

 

Exit from Slovenia

What you need to know about leaving Slovenia

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.

Austria 

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

Italy

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

Germany

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:

  • a negative COVID-19 test (a PCR test not older than 72 hours or a rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours),
  • a certificate of prior infection,
  • or a certificate of vaccination.

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 

Switzerland

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

Croatia

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

France

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

United Kingdom

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:

  • book and pay for a day 2 travel test package with Covid-19 tests to be taken on/before day 2 after you arrive (even in the case of a visit shorter than two days),
  • complete a passenger locator form stating the location of their stay in the United Kingdom and the travel test package booking reference number.

Before travelling to the United Kingdom, an unvaccinated person must:

  • take a test for Covid-19, a maximum of three days before departure, the result of which must be negative,
  • book and pay for a travel test package with Covid-19 tests to be performed on/before day 2 and on/after day 8 after entry,
  • complete a passenger locator form stating the location of their stay in the United Kingdom and the travel test package booking reference number. 

After the arrival, an unvaccinated person must:

  • be quarantined at home or at the location that they have specified as temporary residence for 10 days,
  • pass both Covid-19 tests.

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 

The Netherlands

Slovenia has been marked with a yellow colour code in the Netherlands since 27 August 2021, so all passengers returning from Slovenia must submit a European digital COVID certificate when entering the Netherlands as of 29 August 2021. If coming to the Netherlands by plane, you must have a completed Passenger Health Declaration Form.

See more detailed information on the official Dutch website 

Belgium

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

Hungary

Restriction-free entry from Slovenia to Hungary by land (road and rail transport) is possible with a valid identity document (passport or ID card).

More detailed information in Hungarian is available on the official national page

Test locations

Covid-19 testing locations for foreign tourists

Testing for foreign tourists with quick tests is self-funding and takes place at various locations across Slovenia. See in which locations foreigners can obtain payable tests, and check whether it is necessary to make an appointment in advance and what is required for your swab to be taken. See in which locations foreigners can obtain payable tests, and check whether it is necessary to make an appointment in advance and what is required for your swab to be taken.

Covid-19 testing locations for foreign tourists

 

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Explore Slovenia in a responsible manner

Are you unsure about what measures and guidelines are still in place in Slovenia after the end of the epidemic? Please follow the guidelines on movement in enclosed public spaces, outdoors, the opening hours of stores, tourist accommodation and the provision of services...

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Fulfillment of the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule (RVT) 

After 15 September, the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule (RVT) must be met by all employees, as well as users of services or activities.  

Check where following the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule (RVT) is mandatory:

Accommodation

Hospitality and catering establishment

Wellness, hairdressing and beauty services

Service stations

Public transport

Religious buildings and cultural institutions

Shops

Healtcare services

Congress activities and business meetings

Events

Exceptions to meeting the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule (RVT) are as follows:

  • persons under 15 years of age,
  • persons who accompany a child up to the age of 15 to a healthcare provider or an adult who is unable to take care of himself or herself,
  • in the case of emergency supply with basic provisions and necessities (food and beverage shops, specialised shops with pharmaceutical, medical, cosmetic and toilet products, etc., but only if they are not part of shopping centres),
  • in the case of emergency medical assistance

The provider must verify if the consumer meets the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule before they enter the indoor spaces of gastronomy facilities, accommodation facilities, convention or trade fair premises, as well as casinos. The organisers of public events, gatherings, cultural events, sports competitions, and aerial lift operators must also very the compliance with the Vaccinated-Tested-Recovered rule by the participants or users before entry.

Use of protective mask

Currently in the Republic of Slovenia, the use of a protective mask is considered mandatory:

  • When moving and staying in all enclosed public places or premises,
  • When moving and staying in open public places or spaces, provided that the interpersonal distance of at least 1.5m cannot be guaranteed,
  • In passenger cars (unless there is one or more members of the same household in the vehicle).

All forms of public passenger transport and cableways for the transport of persons in enclosed cabins shall also be considered as closed public places or spaces.

However, the use of masks is not required for:

  • Children up to the age of 6,
  • Speakers in enclosed public places or premises, provided that the interpersonal distance of at least 1.5m is provided,
  • Performers at public cultural events,
  • Persons in sports training,
  • Guests (subject to the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule (RVT)) in enclosed public places or premises where the preparation and serving of dishes and beverages is also provided,
  • In open public places or premises where the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule (RVC) is observed.

 

 

 

Public transport

The use of public transport services is possible only if the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule requirement is met

To use public transport, passengers must meet the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule requirement, and when using it, they must also follow all other recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health regarding wearing masks, disinfecting hands, occupancy, and getting on and off the vehicles. Public passenger transport is carried out according to the usual timetable, but use it only if you are healthy or have no signs of a respiratory infection.

 

The driver, train staff and passengers must wear protective face masks.

Disinfect your hands upon entry and it is recommended that you do the same upon exit.

Observe the appropriate 1.5-metre social distancing rule before entering and during the transfer by bus or train.

Try to minimise your physical contact with any surfaces on the bus or train during your ride.

Obey the rules of passenger movement – from entrance to exit doors, which are appropriately marked.

We recommend buying tickets at stations, ticket vending machines or online.

Air connections

Passenger air transport to international airports in Slovenia is carried out by observing the preventive measures in force at airports and in passenger transport.

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Destination Tracker

Would you like to know which COVID-19 requirements apply and which measures are in place at the destination you intend to visit (in the future)? The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) launched a free online tool, the Destination Tracker. This tool enables access to data on the conditions regarding COVID-19 (level of infection, positive tests, vaccinations), air regulations and measures applicable at the destination (health and safety requirements, transit through the country, regulations relating to the attractions and restaurants, etc.).

Learn about your travel destination on the Destination Tracker

Staying safe when travelling across Europe

Are you planning holidays in Europe and trying to obtain real-time information on the situation at borders, available means of transport, travel restrictions, public health and safety measures, and other practical information for travellers? For more information, please visit the web platform Re-open EU, which has been launched by the European Commission and is available on computers or as a mobile app, and travel safely across Europe.

Re-open EU web platform

#OstaniZdrav (#StayHealthy) mobile app

The #OstaniZdrav (#StayHealthy) mobile app is a tool that informs you whether you have been in contact with an infected person. It is very important that you begin using the app before you show symptoms of the SARS-CoV-2 disease. Only in that way can a confirmed infected user, by issuing daily keys, warn others who have a saved rolling proximity identifier that they have had a risky contact.

The #OstaniZdrav mobile application will exchange the rolling proximity identifiers with all applications using the Google/Apple Exposure Notification system. It is currently in cross-border exchange with 12 European countries.

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Hygiene tips and recommendations

Working together to ensure a safe and healthy holiday experience

We are doing our best to ensure a safe and healthy environment for your holidays in Slovenia. You can also do your part by following the health recommendations.

Even if you are perfectly healthy, keep a safe distance from other people – 1.5 to 2 metres.

Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly. Use soap and water. Hand disinfection is mandatory in enclosed public spaces.

Do not touch your face, especially your eyes, nose and mouth, with unwashed or undisinfected hands.

If soap is not available, use hand disinfectant containing 60% to 80% alcohol.

Thoroughly air enclosed spaces several times per day.

Follow the information and recommendations of health professionals.

If the spread of respiratory infections and COVID-19 increases, avoid enclosed spaces and large gatherings of people.

If you start showing signs of acute respiratory infection, such as a runny nose, feeling unwell, muscle pain, fever and a cough, take care of yourself and others! Notify the reception. Do not stay in rooms with other people, do not go on trips or participate in other activities.

Practice respiratory hygiene/ cough etiquette. Dispose of tissues in a waste bin after every use, then wash your hands with soap and water.

The mouth and nose must be consistently covered with a protective mask in all enclosed public spaces as well as outdoors wherever it is not possible to maintain a social distance of 1.5 metres.

Let’s act responsibly, safely and sustainably.

We realise that now, more than ever, the trust and safety of both guests and tourism workers are extremely important. We maintain and increase trust in the "I feel Slovenia" brand by establishing responsible travel standards in tourism. We have joined them into a new GREEN&SAFE logo to designate and highlight superior hygiene standards, protocols and sustainable recommendations for tourist service providers and destinations. Through activities based on safety, responsibility and sustainability, we increase our guests' trust in Slovenia as a green and safe tourist destination.

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