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Covid-19

Information on measures in Slovenia related to Covid-19 may be found at:  

https://www.gov.si/en/topics/coronavirus-disease-covid-19

Information on entry requirements related to Covid-19 may be found at:  

https://www.policija.si/eng/newsroom/news-archive/103470-crossing-the-state-border-during-the-coronavirus-epidemic

From August 16 on, travelers entering Slovenia through air or maritime (cruise or ferry) are required to complete a digital Passenger Locator Form for their travel using the European dPLF web application. Passenger Locator Forms (PLFs) are used by public health authorities to facilitate contact tracing in case travellers are exposed to an infectious disease during their travel by plane, ship (cruise/ferry), rail, bus or automobile. Information that travellers provide in PLFs can be used by public health authorities in destination countries to rapidly contact travellers, with the goal of protecting the health of travellers’ and their contacts, as well as preventing further disease spread. 

Each adult person is required to complete an individual dPLF, whether they travel as a family or a part of a group. 

Travelers in transit, who are staying in the transit area of the airport, are not required to complete a dPLF (unless traveler leaves the airport).

The form is available at https://app.euplf.eu/#/

Further information concerning a dPLF can be found here: www.euplf.eu/en/home/index.html


Visa Requirements and Passport Validity

U.S. citizens do not need a visa to enter Slovenia for tourist or business travels of up to 90 days in any 180-day period. Travel document must be valid at least three months after the traveler’s anticipated departure date from the Schengen territory.

Citizens of Mexico do not need a visa to enter Slovenia for tourist or business travels of up to 90 days in any 180-day period. Travel document must be valid at least three months after the traveler’s anticipated departure date from the Schengen territory.

Citizens of Panama do not need a visa to enter Slovenia for tourist or business travels of up to 90 days in any 180-day period. Travel document must be valid at least three months after the traveler’s anticipated departure date from the Schengen territory.    

To check visa requirements for other countries follow the link to the main page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia - http://www.mzz.gov.si/en/ .


Public Roads Act

In accordance with the Public Roads Act all motorcycles, personal vehicles and multi-purpose vehicles with a permissible maximum weight not exceeding 3.5 tonnes must be equipped with a vignette for driving on motorways and expressways from 1 July 2008 onwards.

For more information on the vignette toll system visit our toll roads operator's webiste:

DARS d.d.: www.dars.si


Travel with small animals

Detailed information and requirements for traveling with pets to Slovenia is available on the website of the Administration for Food Safety, Veterinary Sector and Plant Protection:

https://www.gov.si/podrocja/kmetijstvo-gozdarstvo-in-prehrana/uvoz-izvoz-in-trgovanje-z-zivalmi-in-rastlinami/potovanje-s-hisnimi-ljubljencki/


Tourist Information

More information about Slovenia can be found under Tourism in the Economic Affairs section.