Slovenia welcomes “safe-list” travellers
Quarantine-free entry to Slovenia for EU and Schengen countries on the "safe-list"
No isolation for “safe-list” arrivals
Travellers from “safe-list” EU and Schengen countries which are not on the “dark red” or “red” list may enter Slovenia without the need to quarantine. However, travellers must provide proof that they have not stayed in a “dark red” or “red” listed country for five days prior to arrival in the country.
Passengers travelling from a “dark red” or “red” list country or region must provide a negative PCR or RAT test within 48 hours prior to arrival into Slovenia, otherwise undertake a mandatory 10-day quarantine period.
Slovenia adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Slovenia are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.
Go cycling or kayaking underground in Slovenia’s Alps region
Venture off-the-beaten track and discover Koroška, a rugged region in northern Slovenia famous for its alpine forests, Unesco Global Geopark and underground adventures. Don’t miss Mount Peca in Mežica, where a former lead and zinc ore mine lies beneath the surface with thousands of subterranean passageways dug out by miners which date back as far as the Roman times. Take a subterranean cycling trail or go kayaking through the mine’s flooded tunnels as you discover Slovenia’s adventurous nature.