Quarantine-free travel to Slovakia
Slovakia has removed all quarantine and testing requirements for fully vaccinated travellers arriving into the country. The removal of testing and quarantine rules applies only to those who have received both doses of a two-series vaccine such as Moderna, Pfizer and Astra-Zeneca, or a single dose of a one-series vaccine such as Johnson & Johnson.
Visitors must show proof of an authorised vaccination in the form of the European Union Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC) or a national vaccination certificate either in Slovak, Czech, or English with a QR code.
All unvaccinated travellers entering the Slovakia will still be required to enter a mandatory 14-day quarantine period and undertake an RT-PCR test on the 5th day.
In addition, all travellers entering Slovakia must register at http://korona.gov.sk/ehranica
Explore the alpine peaks, limestone canyons and caves of Slovakia’s Tatras Mountains
Discover Slovakia’s expansive natural heritage amongst the alpine peaks of the High Tatras mountains. Forming a natural, rugged border between Slovakia and Poland, the National Park of High Tatras has been a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1993 and attracts legions of adventure lovers who come conquer more than 600 km of hiking trails, including the Tatranská Magistrála trail, which stretches 72 km along the craggy ridge of northern Slovakia. After a day on the trails, hunker down in one of the region’s cosy mountain cottages, sample the sweet tokaj wine or chance your luck at spotting the many chamois, bear and marmots who call it home.