Visa-Free Countries for Slovenian Passport Holders in 2023

Visa-free Countries for Slovenian Passport Holders

The Slovenian passport allows its holder visa-free entry to more than 110 countries. It grants visa-free access to most European nations, as well as most of Central and South America, and some territories in Asia and Africa.

Thanks to this, traveling is much easier for Slovenians. Many countries grant Slovenian citizens visa-free entry or require only a visa on arrival or even an eVisa from Slovenian citizens. Keep reading, to find a list of the destinations with visa-free entry for Slovenian passport holders and the ones that will require some kind of visa or eTA authorization in 2023.

In this article regarding world accessibility for Slovenian passport owners, you will learn more about:
Map and chart showing the percentage distribution of visa requirements for Slovenian citizens
TYPE OF ACCESSNUMBER OF COUNTRIES
Visa-Free Countries112 (56,5%)
Visa-On-Arrival Countries36 (18%)
eVisa Countries28 (14%)
eTA Countries7 (3,5%)
Visa Countries29 (15%)

How many countries can Slovenian citizens travel to visa-free?

To be precise, 112 countries allow Slovenian citizens to enter their territory visa-free. Slovenians can travel to some nations without even having to carry their passport – their identity card (ID) is enough. Considering Slovenia is a country that belongs to the European Union, to travel to destinations that also belong to this union, travelers only need their ID card. 

Map of countries Slovenian citizens can travel to visa-free

What countries can Slovenian citizens go to without a visa?

More than 55% of countries worldwide permit citizens from Slovenia to enter their territory visa-free. The majority of those nations are located in Europe and South America. 

Below you can see the list of countries Slovenian passport holders can visit visa-free. The information inside the brackets indicates the length of time you can stay in each destination without a visa.

Albania (90 days)Haiti (90 days)
AndorraHonduras (90 days)
Antigua and Barbuda (180 days)Hong Kong (90 days)
Argentina (90 days)Hungary 
Armenia (180 days)Iceland 
AustriaIreland 
Bahamas (90 days)Israel (90 days)
Barbados (90 days)Italy 
Belarus (30 days)Jamaica (30 days)
Blegium Japan (90 days)
Belize Kazakhstan (30 days)
Bolivia (90 days)Kiribati (120 days)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (90 days)Kosovo (90 days)
Botswana (90 days)Kyrgyzstan (60 days)
Brazil (90 days)Latvia 
Brunei (90 days)Liechtenstein
BulgariaLithuania 
Cape Verde (30 days)Luxembourg 
Chile (90 days)Malaysia (90 days)
Colombia (90 days)Malta 
Costa Rica (90 days)Marshall Islands (90 days)
Croatia Mauritius (90 days)
CyprusMexico (180 days)
Czech Republic Moldova (90 days)
DenmarkMonaco 
Dominica (180 days)Montenegro (90 days)
Dominican RepublicMorocco (90 days)
Ecuador (90 days)Netherlands
El Salvador (90 days)Nicaragua (90 days)
EstoniaNorth Macedonia
Eswatini (30 days)Norway 
Fiji (120 days)Palau (90 days)
FinlandPalestinian Territories 
FrancePanama (90 days)
Gambia (90 days)Paraguay (90 days)
Georgia (360 days)Peru (90 days)
Germany Philippines (30 days)
Greece Poland 
Grenada (90 days)Portugal 
Guatemala (90 days)Qatar (90 days)
Romania Thailand (30 days)
Saint Kitts and Nevis (90 days)Timor-Leste (90 days)
Saint Lucia (90 days)Tonga (90 days)
Samoa (90 days)Trinidad and Tobago (90 days)
San MarinoTunisia (90 days)
Sao Tome and Principe (15 days)Turkey (90 days)
Senegal (90 days)Tuvalu (90 days)
Serbia (90 days)Ukraine (90 days)
Singapore (90 days)United Arab Emirates (90 days)
SlovakiaUnited Kingdom (180 days)
Solomon Islands (90 days)Uruguay (90 days)
SpainUzbekistan (30 days)
St. Vincent and the Grenadines (90 days)Vanuatu
Sweden Vatican City
SwitzerlandVenezuela (90 days)
Taiwan (90 days)Micronesia (90 days)

How many countries can Slovenian citizens visit with a visa on arrival?

Slovenian citizens can travel to 36 countries with a visa on arrival. Several of them allow Slovenian citizens to apply for a visa when they arrive in their territory. This document is called a visa on arrival and can be obtained by visitors at the airport, seaport, or land border crossing.

Slovenians who decide to use this option are not required to apply for a visa before starting their trip. When travelers have completed the application procedure and obtained a visa on arrival, they may proceed with their trip. However, it should be noted that the duration of their stay should not exceed that of the validity of the currently held document.

Map of countries Slovenian citizens can visit with a visa on arrival

What countries can Slovenian citizens go to with a visa on arrival?

Countries that require Slovenian citizens to have a visa on arrival are located in Africa and Asia. Below, you can find a list of all states that grant this type of visa to Slovenians. In brackets, we added for you the number of days of the visa’s validity:

AngolaMauritania 
Bahrain (30 days)Mongolia (30 days)
Bangladesh (30 days)Mozambique (30 days)
Burkina Faso (30 days)Nepal (30 days)
Burundi (30 days)Nigeria 
Comoros (30 days)Oman (14 days)
Cuba (30 days)Papua New Guinea (60 days)
Egypt (30 days)Rwanda (30 days)
Gabon (90 days)Saudi Arabia (90 days)
Guinea-Bissau (90 days)Seychelles (tourist registration, 30 days)
Indonesia (30 days)Sierra Leone (30 days)
Iraq (60 days)Somalia (30 days)
Jordan Suriname (eTourist card, 30 days)
Laos (30 days)Tajikistan (45 days)
Lebanon (30 days)Tanzania 
Madagascar (90 days)Togo (7 days)
Malawi (30 days)Zambia (90 days)
Maldives (30 days)Zimbabwe (90 days)

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How many countries can Slovenian citizens visit with an eVisa?

28 countries require eVisas from Slovenian passport holders. An eVisa, or electronic visa, is an electronic travel permit that is applied for and granted via the internet. It is used for stays in the country, with the intention of visiting that place for tourism, business, or transit for a short period. Taking into account that the process is done completely online, all the necessary documents must be photocopied, instead of being sent or handed in a paper version. You should apply for the eVisa before leaving your country and heading to your destination.

Map of countries Slovenian citizens can visit with an eVisa

Which countries require Slovenian citizens to obtain an eVisa?

The countries that require Slovenian citizens to obtain an eVisa are located in Africa and the Middle East. In the following list, you can find the states that allow Slovenians to use an eVisa to enter their territory.

Azerbaijan (30 days)Kenya (90 days)
Bahrain (30 days)Kuwait (90 days)
Cambodia (30 days)Laos (30 days)
Congo (90 days)Lesotho (14 days)
DjiboutiMadagascar (90 days)
Egypt (30 days)Malawi (30 days)
Ethiopia (90 days)Mongolia (30 days)
Gabon (90 days)Oman (14 days)
Guinea (90 days)Papua New Guinea (60 days)
Guinea-Bissau (90 days)Rwanda (30 days)
India (30 days)Saudi Arabia (90 days)
Iran (30 days)South Sudan 
Tajikistan (45 days)Vietnam (30 days)
Uganda Zambia (90 days)

In how many countries Slovenian citizens are required to have a visa to visit?

Visas are required from Slovenian citizens in 29 countries.

Although a large number of countries allow Slovenian passport holders to enter without a visa, some territories still require one. We recommend that, before booking a flight, you make sure that all your travel documents are in order and ready. Without any doubt, the best way to find everything you need is by visiting the official website of the country’s government.

Map of countries Slovenian citizens are required to have a visa or eTA to visit

What countries require Slovenian citizens to get a visa?

Some countries located in Africa and Asia require a visa for Slovenian citizens to enter. Below is a list of these states: 

AfghanistanMacao 
AlgeriaMali
BeninMyanmar 
Bhutan Namibia 
Cameroon Nauru 
Central African RepublicNiger 
Chad North Korea
ChinaPakistan 
Congo Russia
Equatorial GuineaSouth Africa
Eritrea Sudan 
GhanaSyria
Guyana Turkmenistan
Liberia Yemen
Libya 

Slovenian citizens can travel to 7 countries with an eTA authorization

Electronic travel authorization (eTA) is an entry requirement for travelers who are visa-exempt. It is basically used to track the number of visitors entering a territory by air and ensures safety. It is automatically connected with the passenger’s passport and thus allows the authorities to screen incoming people before they land. 

7 countries that permit the eTA authorization for Slovenian passport holders:

Australia (90 days)South Korea (90 days)
Canada (180 days)Sri Lanka (30 days)
Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast, 90 days)United States of America (90 days)
New Zealand (90 days)

Summary of visa-free countries for Slovenian citizens

The Slovenian passport is able to facilitate entry to a large number of countries with a world reach of 85%. In 2023, Slovenian travelers can travel to 112 states without a visa, 36 using a visa on arrival, 28 with an eVisa, and visit 7 with a valid electronic travel authorization – taking advantage of the eTA system. Finally, a total of 29 countries require visas for entry.

All in all, Slovenian citizens can travel to more than 56% of the countries around the world without additional documentation.

FAQ

How many countries can Slovenian citizens visit without a visa?

Slovenian passport holders can travel to 112 countries without any visa, just using their ID card or passport if the nation doesn’t belong to the European Union.

Can the Slovenians get a visa after coming to the country?

Yes, this type of visa is called a visa-on-arrival, and Slovenian citizens can obtain it in 36 countries.

Can Slovenian citizens get a visa online?

Yes, this type of visa is called an eVisa and Slovenian passport owners can obtain it in 28 countries.

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