Ministry of Foreign Affairs Travel Advice: COVID-19
As the probability of infection with COVID-19 remains present, Slovenian citizens wishing to travel abroad are advised to follow the news on the spread of the virus, especially on the planned route, to check the conditions of entry into the country of destination, and to comply with local rules. Slovenian citizens returning from abroad are advised to follow the recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ).
Visa requirement for entering Slovenia
Visa is reqiured.
- visa is not required for holders of diplomatic and service passports;
- visa is not required for holders of passports of SAR Hong Kong and Macao up to 90 days;
- visa is not required for holdes of Taivan passports.
In certain cases of visa procedure additional documentation may be requested by the consulate.
On the basis of the agreement between the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Austria and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, only members of official delegations from FAO (Foreign Affairs Office) may apply for an entry visa for the Republic of Slovenia at the:
General Consulate of the Republic of Austria in Shanghai
Qi Hua Tower, 3rd Floor No. 3A
1375 Huai Hai Road
T: (+) 86 21 647 40 268
F: (+) 86 21 647 11 554
Visa applicants from Hong Kong region can apply for visa at the:
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany
G.P.O. Box 250, Hongkong
T: (+) 852 21 05 87 77
T: (+) 852 21 05 87 88
F: (+) 852 28 65 20 33
Residents of Macau apply for a visa (type C) at Consulate General of Portugal in Macau.
On the basis of the agreement between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Hungary and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, only for inhabitants of Taivan may apply for an entry visa for the Republic of Slovenia at the:
Hungarian Commercial Office in Taipei
3F, No. 97 Jingye 1st Rd.
Tachih, Zhongshan District
Taipei - Taiwan 104
T: (+) 8862 8501 1200
F: (+) 8862 8501 1161
Honorary consular officers (in most cases foreign nationals) have no direct consular competences. They complement the Slovenian diplomatic network, but cannot replace it. Their role is limited to advising and offering useful information. They offer their services without remuneration, on their own and for their own account.