When and how to cross the state border
Before planning your arrival in Slovenia, obtain information about the current situation and the measures in place at the country’s national borders. Certain limitations are in place for most visitors, and there are some exceptions. Among other measures, the following applies:
Persons coming from the countries or regions that are on the red list must quarantine for 10 days, unless they produce:
- A negative PCR test for COVID-19 that is not older than 48 hours according to the date of the swab taken and which was carried out in an EU Member State, a Schengen Area Member State
- proof of vaccination
- certificate confirming that the person has recovered from COVID-19.
Travelling from Slovenia to the countries on the red list is prohibited.
As of 8 March 2021, checkpoints on road connections on internal borders are reintroduced, and are divided into two categories:
- category A checkpoints, at which everybody is allowed to cross the border and which operate without disruption,
- category B checkpoints, at which, during certain time slots, persons to whom the exceptions for border crossing apply are allowed to cross the border. These points are primarily intended for border crossing by national citizens.
Please see the detailed information about crossing the border, restrictions and exceptions on the Slovenian Police website.
Detailed information regarding border crossing
Please check the list of countries from which the borders with Slovenia may be crossed without major restrictions!
List of countries from which the borders may be crossed without restrictions
Public transport stopped
Public transport is currently stopped in Slovenia. Transport can only be provided by taxi services while observing the recommendations for prevention of the spread of the coronavirus infection.