To enter Slovenia, European citizens must have a passport or identity card valid for travel abroad. Children and minors must have their own passport / identity card. A passport is required for citizens of other countries. In addition, visas are sometimes required for citizens of some nationalities.
Driving license: To drive in Slovenia all you need is a national driving license.
Car insurance: To drive with your car in Slovenia you need European insurance with a green card.
For the documents necessary to travel in Slovenia we always recommend checking the official website of the country.
SLOVENIA: HEALTH INSURANCE, TRAVEL INSURANCE AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
Slovenia’s health care is good. To receive public health care, European citizens must have a European Health Insurance Card. As in all trips, additional health and travel insurance is recommended. These insurances are always to be recommended in case of travel abroad, because they cover any additional costs that you will have in case of health problems during your trip.
SLOVENIA: POWER PLUGS AND ELECTRIC SOCKETS
Electricity: The current in Slovenia is 220 V, 50 Hz.
The electrical power plugs and sockets used in Slovenia are type C and F. These are the standard type power plugs and sockets used throughout continental Europe.
SLOVENIA: MOBILE PHONES AND INTERNET
The international dialing code for Slovenia is 00386.
In cities it is possible to use telephone boxes. These accept both coins and prepaid phone cards. Telephone cards can be purchased at post offices and newspaper kiosks.
The country is well covered by the mobile network.
Mobile operators: Telekom Slovenije, Telemach, SIMobil.
The Internet is widely available in larger cities and towns. Most hotels offer free WIFI internet.
SLOVENIA: CURRENCY AND BANKS
The official currency of Slovenia is the Euro (EUR).
Banks Opening Hours: The banks of Slovenia are open from Monday to Friday from 8 to 12.30, and from 14 to 18; Saturdays are open from 8 to 12.
The climate of Slovenia.