Rapid Antigen Tests
For Travel To Slovenia
For Travel To Slovenia
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Last Checked & Updated: 15th June 2022
Airports in Slovenia remain open for passenger flights. You should consult airlines for details of flight options, to and from Slovenia.
The Government of Slovenia recommends that all passengers travelling to Slovenia from countries that have identified cases of the Omicron variant, should take a self-administered rapid antigen test upon their arrival into Slovenia, regardless of their vaccination status. This includes arrivals from the UK.
Anyone entering Slovenia via an airport or a ferry terminal will be required to complete a Digital Passenger Locator Form 1 day before arrival to Slovenia. On completion of the form, passengers will receive a QR code which must be shown to the Border Police on entry to Slovenia.
In addition to the Digital Passenger Locator Form, entry to Slovenia will only be allowed if one of the documents listed below is provided. These apply to those aged 12 years and above:
Anyone seeking to enter Slovenia who fails to submit one of the documents outlined above will be sent to quarantine at home for 10 days. If the traveller does not have permanent or temporary residency in Slovenia, they will only be permitted to enter Slovenia and submit to 10 days of quarantine if they can prove they have somewhere to undertake that quarantine.
The Slovenian authorities will not permit entry from people who do not have permanent or temporary residency in Slovenia if they will be unable to leave Slovenia due to the measures in place in neighbouring countries.
Quarantine can be ended with a negative PCR test on Day 5.
People without permanent or temporary residency in Slovenia will be denied entry if they declare they are positive for Covid-19.
Anyone required to enter into quarantine will need to provide an address (where they will be staying) to the Border authorities. Failure to do so may result in the Border authorities denying you entry into Slovenia. During self-isolation, you are required to stay in your accommodation and not socialise outside of your household. You can take short walks for exercise, but should maintain social distancing and not engage with people from outside your household. The local municipality can make arrangements for the delivery of essential supplies if friends or family cannot support you.
Slovenia will accept the UK’s proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. If you are travelling with a printed PDF proof of vaccination status, it must date from 1 November to ensure that the certificate can be scanned successfully.