Slovenia began issuing tourist visas to Russians from November 19
Slovenia resumes issuing all types of visas to Russian citizens, who do not have valid Schengen visas. Nowadays, Russian tourists wishing to go in Slovenia, which has already approved Sputnik V, will finally be able to carry out their plans.
Tour operators have positively assessed the news about the resumption of the issuance of tourist visas.
Paks operator said that Slovenia's recognition of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine slightly revived demand. Immediately after the news about the resumption of issuing tourist visas, the demand increased significantly.
“We are confident that the demand for Slovenia will increase now. We have already offered health tours (Rogaška Slatina resort) and ski tours (Kranjska Gora),” said Lyubov Chuchmaeva, marketing director of the tour operator Paks.
Air traffic between Russia and Slovenia has been officially resumed. Aeroflot operates flights on the destination.
To enter Slovenia, tourist must provide a vaccination certificate (Sputnik V vaccine). Children under 12 years old, accompanied by vaccinated close relatives, can enter Slovenia without a vaccination certificate. Children over 12 years old must provide the same documents as adults.
In addition, before traveling, tourists can fill out a special form for tourists traveling to the country on the website of Slovenian Police. This form is not obligatory to fill out, but its registration will facilitate and speed up the passage of control at the border.