Visa and Immigration Procedures to Slovenia
Slovenia is a member of the Schengen Agreement. A visa granted for any Schengen member state is valid in all other countries that have signed and implemented the treaty. If you are traveling to Slovenia from a non-visa exempt country, application for an entry visa is mandatory. Please ensure to check with your local Embassies and Consulates of Slovenia for further details and required documents.
Things/Items Allowed into Slovenia
Passengers older than 17 years old and arriving from non-EU locations are allowed to bring without customs duty 200 individual cigarettes, 100 cigarillos (max. 3 grams each), 50 cigars, 250 grams of smoking tobacco or proportional assortment 1 liter of spirits over 22%, or non-denatured ethyl alcohol with more than 80% volume, 2 liters of spirits or aperitifs made of wine or similar beverages less than 22% volume, or sparkling wines or liquor wines, a proportional mix of these products; and in addition, 4 liters of wine or 16 liters of beer, medicines in proportion to the traveler's needs (for all passengers), and other goods (for air travelers), up to a total value of EUR 430 per adult or EUR 150 for travelers aged below 15 years.
Passengers who purchased items within EU countries are allowed the free import of, 800 individual cigarettes, 400 cigarillos (max. 3 grams each), 200 cigars or 1 kilogram of smoking tobacco, 10 liters of spirits over 22%, 20 liters of alcoholic beverages less than 22%, 90 liters of wine (though no more than 60 liters of sparkling wine) or 110 liters of beer.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Slovenia
• Illegal Drugs
• Firearms and Weapons
Things/Items Forbidden into Slovenia
• Magnetized Material
• Protected Plant Species
• Illegal Drugs
Voice of Travelers to Slovenia
Everything was impeccable in Slovenia. I am so glad that I booked a ticket to Slovenia
When I visited Slovenia, I noticed that the country has some of the best airports. I flew with British Airways and the service on my flight to Slovenia was simply amazing. For my holiday in Slovenia, I had pre-booked some group tour tickets for sightseeing. The tickets were really cheap and delivered on time. The country is so beautiful and I had a great time visiting all the sights. For my return flight back home, I flew with Slovenia International Air. I was amazed how cheap the air ticket was and would recommend anyone visiting Slovenia to book with them. Overall, the ticket prices are much cheaper in comparison with some of the bigger airlines. I visited Slovenia in the winter and it was really cold. Make sure that you pack some warm clothes when planning to visit Slovenia during the winter months!
Slovenia Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I exchange my money when I arrive in Slovenia?
A. The official currency in Slovenia is the Euro. Foreign currency can be exchanged at post offices, banks, and exchange offices. Numerous hotels and travel agencies also will exchange currency, but beware of the service charges, which can be as high as 3%. Banks are the best place to exchange currency in Slovenia. Credit cards are accepted in larger cities in Slovenia and is a safer option than carrying large amounts of cash. It is a good idea to have some Euros with you as not all establishments accept all cards in Slovenia.
Slovenia - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights toLjubljana Jože Pučnik Airport• Gulf Airport (Istanbul)
• Luton Airport (UK)
• Glasgow Airport (UK) etc.
Airports handling direct flights toPortorož Airport• Gatwick Airport (UK)
• King Hussein International Airport (Jordan)
• Sharjah International Airport (UAE)
• O'Hare International Airport (USA) etc.
Airports handling direct flights toMaribor Edvard Rusjan Airport• Moi International Airport (Keyna)
• Faisalabad International Airport (Pakistan)
• Paris Orly Airport (France)
• Frankfurt Airport (Germany) etc.
Flight Routes to Slovenia
Ljubljana Airport is Slovenia's primary international airport and the hub of national carrier Adria Airways. The cheapest air tickets to Slovenia are available with EasyJet's daily flight from London Stansted Airport in England. Ryanair runs flights from Dublin to Pula across the border in Croatia. Another convenient gateway to western Slovenia is via Italy's Trieste airport, which is an hour-long drive from Ljubljana via highway. Ticket prices to Slovenia fluctuate according to the time of the year.