Entry formalities and useful contacts Slovenia
- Slovenia being part of the Schengen area, a visa is not necessary for European Union nationals and Swiss citizens. All these nationals of the Schengen area must present a ID card or a passport valid for the duration of the stay.
Caution : although identity cards issued in France between January 1, 2004 and December 31, 2013 are still valid 5 years after the expiry date indicated on the reverse, and the Slovenian authorities have officially accepted this extension, it is strongly recommended to travel with a valid ID.
Canadians must present a passport valid for at least 3 months beyond the expected date of departure from the Schengen area. They can stay in Slovenia without a visa for up to 90 days. They can stay visa-free in the Schengen area for up to 90 days or over a period of 180 days.
- You must also be able to present your return ticket, and be able to justify sufficient funds to finance your stay there.
All cars and motorcycles circulating on motorways and expressways are labeled with a vehicle sticker.
For a car (class 2A), it costs € 15 for a week, € 30 for a month, or € 110 per year (valid from December 1 of the previous year to January 31 of the following year).
It is strongly recommended to serve neighboring countries: Italy, Croatia and Austria.
Anyone traveling without a vignette is liable to a fine of up to € 500.
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