Visa and Custom Regulation Info
Border Formalities and Entry Regulations
Border formalities are minimal and correspond to European standards. To cross the border, a valid passport will suffice. Citizens of the European Union and some other countries may cross the border using a valid identity card however. All those who need visas to enter Slovenia can get them at the Slovenian embassy or consulate in their country.
There are no restrictions on the amount of cash that European Union citizens can bring into Slovenia, but citizens of other countries may only bring in a maximum of 10,000 euros in cash. Larger amounts must be declared to customs officials.
For visa regulations, embassy and consulate contacts please visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website or refer directly to the Consular Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, Prešernova cesta 25, Ljubljana, phone: +386 1 478 23 05 or +386 (1) 478 20 00 (permanent duty). To find out if visa is required click here and choose a country.
In case you need a Letter of Guarantee to get a visa contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, that the Letter of Guarantee will be issued only to registered participants with accepted papers and after the fee payment.
Customs regulations in Slovenia are harmonised with EU regulations and standards.
More information are available here.