The borders of Slovenia opened for the citizens of Germany, Switzerland, Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Slovakia, and Lichtenstein. The tourists of these countries may travel all over Slovenia without restrictions tied with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Meanwhile, the travelers from North Macedonia should observe 14-day quarantine after arrival in Slovenia. The exclusion is the diplomats, transport workers, and employees who enter the country without an overnight stay.
This measure is grounded by the coronavirus outbreak in North Macedonia observed recently.
During the past few weeks, Slovenia opened its borders for the citizens of Croatia, Hungary, and Austria.
In May, Slovenia became the first European state, which declared the end of the coronavirus epidemic.
As we reported, on June 3, Italy opened borders for foreign tourists. Thus, travelers won't have to spend two weeks in isolation upon arrival.