Source: European Union/Re-open EU
Travelling to Slovenia
Entry from EU and EEA countries is, in general, allowed.
Depending on their epidemiological situation, Slovenia divides countries in three categories (green, yellow and red). For each category, a different set of rules of entry applies.
Travellers can enter Slovenia without any restrictions from countries belonging to the green category.
Travelling from Slovenia or returning to Slovenia
Slovenian citizens or foreign nationals with a permanent or temporary residence in Slovenia travelling from a country on the yellow list (if the country is an EU member state or a Schengen Area country) may enter Slovenia without a quarantine if they submit a proof that they are not travelling from a country on the red list (example: original invoice for payment of overnight stays, proof of ownership of the real estate or vessel where they were staying, or official crew list in case of chartering a vessel, i.e., other adequate proof).
Rules and Exceptions
A 14-day quarantine rule applies to all travellers arriving in Slovenia from countries with an unstable epidemiological situation (red list), irrespective of their citizenship or residence.
The red list includes countries which registered more than 40 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over two weeks.
No quarantine is required for travellers who enter Slovenia and have a permanent or temporary residence in a country which is on the list of epidemiologically safe countries (green list) and are coming from those countries.
Mandatory Travel Documentation
Source: European Commission
Entry into Slovenia
Slovenia applies entry restrictions depending on the epidemiological situation. Consult the website for the latest rules, applicable exemptions, quarantine measures and border crossing points.
Suspension of all international passenger flights (18.03.2020)
Slovenia has suspended from 17.03.2020 all international passenger flights, including on general aviation. The emergency measure stays in force until 30 March 2020 for the EU Member States, and until revoked for the so-called third countries. This measure was notified under Art. 21 of Regulation 1008/2008.
Start date: 17.03.2020
End date: 30.03.2020
Further information: https://www.gov.si/en/news/2020-03-16-the-government-has-adopted-the-pro.