German citizens will be allowed to travel to Slovenia by displaying a mandatory Slovenia Entry Registration form, which may be requested now on iVisa.com. In addition to that, if the visitor presents negative PCR (covid19) test results during health screenings upon arrival in Slovenia, he/she will be exempt from a 10-day isolation. To learn more about other ways of avoiding isolation in Slovenia or how to fill the Slovenia Entry Registration application form, please read the Frequently Asked Questions section beneath.
Note: Since July 19th, 2022, the Slovenia Entry Registration is no longer necessary to enter the country.
How Citizens of Germany Can Enter Slovenia During Coronavirus?
- German citizens must complete the Slovenia Entry Registration form online.
- Evidence of negative covid test results.
- The test should not be older than 48 hours after taking the swab.
- The Slovenia Entry Registration application form may be filled out online on iVisa.com.
- To learn how to fill in the questionnaire, please scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions section below.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Citizens of Germany Can Enter Slovenia During Coronavirus: What is a Slovenia Entry Registration?
It’s an essential form that each traveler must submit before departing to Slovenia for the Slovenian government to keep track of every incoming visitor in case they have contact with a covid infected person.
How Citizens of Germany Can Enter Slovenia During Coronavirus: Do Germans have to show negative PCR test results upon arrival in Slovenia?
- COVID test requirements: No testing requirements.
How Citizens of Germany Can Enter Slovenia During Coronavirus: Is isolation required?
- Quarantine requirements: There are no quarantine requirements in Slovenia.
Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Slovenia?
A Covid vaccination certificate is required for all travelers. Exemptions apply for travelers coming from EU countries, Bahrain, Chile, Colombia, Indonesia, Kuwait, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, China.
Approved vaccines are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Sputnik V, Sinovac, Sinopharm, Covishield, Covaxin, Janssen.
How Citizens of Germany Can Enter Slovenia During Coronavirus: How can I evade quarantine?
It depends on your individual circumstances. Travelers with one of the following documents, will not need to quarantine in Slovenia:
a negative PCR test result taken no more than 48 hours before departure
a negative rapid antigen test result taken no more than 24 hours before departure
a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19
a certificate of a positive PCR test result that is older than 10 days, but not older than six months.
What are iVisa.com’s processing times and fees?
- Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - .
- Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - .
- Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - .
How can I demand my Slovenia Entry Registration on iVisa.com?
- First: Fill out the Slovenia Entry Registration application on iVisa.com with your personal and travel data.
- Second: Payment. There are three (3) processing speeds to choose from.
- Third: Upload any essential documents like your passport.
- Fourth: Receive your Slovenia Entry Registration via email.
- Fifth: Print, sign (if needed) and keep it close on your departure date to present it at the Slovenian airport.
Take me to the application form
What type of documents do I need for my application?
- Valid Passport: a scanned image of the details page of a current passport
- Valid Email Address: your Slovenia Entry Registration will be sent to this email inbox
- Paying Method: a Paypal account, credit/debit card.
Fill the application
How reliable is iVisa.com to manage my travel documents?
iVisa.com follows strict security protocols to provide you with the best online service.
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Who do I reach out to in case I need answers?
Please reach out to our customer support staff. They are trained to clear up all your doubts and answer all your questions.
SOČA, THE EMERALD RIVER
The Soča, also known as Isonzo, is a 138-kilometer long river situated between western Slovenia and northeastern Italy. It was the site of the Battles of the Isonzo, the struggle between the Kingdom of Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire during World War I. Its emerald-green waters inspired the Slovene poet and priest, Simon Gregorčič to write his famous poem Soči (To the Soča). In 2008, the Soča River was used as the setting of the Disney film, Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
What to do in the Soča Valley
The Soča River is great for performing water sports such as kayaking and wild river rafting through its many canyons and natural pools, but if you rather prefer land activities, you probably would like to hike the Julian Alps trails. For mountain biking lovers, there are several cycling routes depending on your preferred difficulty level. The Soča is moreover the habitat of the endemic Soča Trout which attracts many worldwide fishermen however, keep in mind that fly fishing is the only type of fishing allowed in the river.
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