Page updated on 26.02.22.
Reviewed on 12.05.22.
Based on travel rules on
Vaccination or previous infection
How to show proof of vaccination?
Slovenia will accept the UK’s proof of vaccination record (i.e. the NHS app or a hardcopy of it).
At least 14 days must have passed since your final dose of the primary vaccination series (i.e. two doses of a two dose vaccine, such as Pzifer, or one dose of a one dose vaccine, such as Janssen).
If you're over 18, you will be considered fully vaccinated for 270 days after your final dose of the primary vaccination series.
If you completed your primary vaccination series more than 270 days prior to travel, you must be able to show proof of having receiving a booster jab. Currently there is no end date for the validity of the booster.
How to show proof of recovery?
Proof of previous infections can be shown with a positive PCR test, taken more than 10 days and less than 6 months ago.
If you're fully vaccinated, no tests are required for travel to Slovenia. Check how you can show proof of vaccination in the Vaccination or Previous infection section.
Not Fully vaccinated
Covid-19 tests are not part of the entry requirements for travel from the UK to Slovenia.
Some travel providers may require a negative test prior to travel. Always check before your journey. View Fit to Fly providers
Applies to everyone
Not Fully vaccinated
Rules for Children
Our understanding of the requirements for Sierra Leone is that there are no explicit exemptions or alternate rules for Children. Always check full government guidance before travel.
If required by your airline or your accommodation, you can compare Fit to Fly tests here.
If you are travelling through another country or territory (including transit stops or layovers) before you arrive in Slovenia, please also check the Entry requirements for travel from that country.
See where we get our information
Information is sourced from gov.uk at the time of listing and only includes testing requirements. Always check full requirements on the UK Government website and via your travel operator including any additional conditions for entry (required documentation, quarantine etc.). Be aware: some destinations aren't currently accepting travellers from the UK!