Slovenia—A Tourist Visa Guide
If you haven’t visited Slovenia, this small but beautiful country should be on your travel radar.
You can explore numerous lakes, rivers, and green valleys on exciting hiking trails with the Alps towering in the distance. The country is also known for its amazing cuisine and many historical landmarks.
Do you need a Slovenia tourist visa to go and enjoy these delights? Use DoNotPay to find out.
If you plan on staying in Slovenia less than 90 days within a 180-day period, you won’t need a visa. The clock starts ticking as soon as you enter the Schengen Zone, and you need to leave this area once the 90 days run out. You must stay outside the Schengen Zone for a minimum of three months before re-entering.
U.S. citizens need to have a valid passport to enter Slovenia. Make sure your travel document is valid for three additional months, although the safest bet is to travel with a passport expiring in half a year minimum. When in Slovenia, you need to carry official identification at all times—a U.S. passport in your case.
Since you are a non-EU citizen, you must register with the local police within 72 hours of arrival if you plan to stay longer than three days.
If you have any additional questions about travel requirements, you should contact the Slovenian Embassy or one of the consulates in the U.S. Take a look at the table below for the necessary contact info:
|The Institution||Address||Phone Number|
|Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Washington, D.C.||2410 California St, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008, USAemail@example.com|
|Slovenia Consulate in Ohio||1111 Chester Avenue, Suite 520
Ohio, United States
|Slovenia Consulate in San Francisco, CA||354 Pine Street, Third Floor, CA 94104, San Francisco, United Statesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Slovenia Consulate in Texas||2925 Briarpark, Suite 700, 77042, Houston, Texas, United Statesemail@example.com|
|Slovenia Consulate in New York||600 Third Avenue, 21st Floor, 10016, New York, United Statesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Slovenia Consulate in Illinois||Slovenian Cultural Center, 14252 Main Street, 60439 Lemont, Illinois, United Statesemail@example.com|
|Slovenia Consulate in Florida||1501 Calais Drive
33141, Miami Beach
Florida, United States
|Slovenia Consulate in Colorado||One Tabor Center
1200 Seventeenth Street, Suite 1500
80202, Denver, Colorado, United States
Before setting off for Slovenia, you should consider the COVID-19 rules you need to follow. Here’s the most relevant info:
- U.S. citizens on non-essential travel are allowed to enter Slovenia only if fully vaccinated or recently recovered from COVID-19
- U.S. citizens who are married to a Slovenian citizen or have residency in the EU can enter the country with proof of a negative COVID-19 test
- The list of vaccines opening the door to Slovenia include:
- Johnson & Johnson
- Russian Gamele (Sputnik V)
- Serum Institute of India AstraZeneca
- Chinese Sinovac Biotech and Sinopharm
- If you recently recovered from a COVID infection, you can show a certificate of a positive PCR test older than ten days but not older than six months
If you tick off all the requirements, you can go and enjoy your stay in this beautiful country.
Although Slovenia does not mandate visas for Americans, many other countries do. Juggling travel plans and administrative requirements is a complete nightmare. DoNotPay is here to provide the necessary visa info in an instant!
If the country you want to go to requires a tourist visa, our app will:
- Send you a direct link to the online application or provide a PDF guide with necessary instructions
- Let you know what documents you need to submit
If the destination country does not require U.S. citizens to obtain a tourist visa, we will inform you how long you can stay without additional documents or permits. Get the essential tourist visa details by following these simple steps:
- Sign up for DoNotPay
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- Let us know whether you are a U.S. passport holder and what your destination is
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