Updated: 2nd July 2021
RULES VALID FROM 9TH JULY
Only fully vaccinated travelers can travel freely to Slovakia without self-isolation / quarantine.
Children younger than 12 are not eligible for Covid vaccination for now.
A person is considered fully vaccinated if:
- in the case of two-dose vaccines: 14 days have passed since receiving the second vaccine shot (but no more than one year);
- in the case of one-dose vaccines: 14 days have passed since receiving the vaccine shot (but no more than one year);
- in the case you recovered from Covid: 14 days have passed since receiving the first vaccine shot within 180 days since recovering (but no more than one year).
Everyone else will be required to register with the eHranica online form and then self-isolate for 14 days. The self-isolation might end after getting a negative result from PCR test taken earliest on 5th day of self-isolation.
RULES VALID UNTIL 8th JULY
1. Information about current situation
Slovakia is opening up for travelers who are vaccinated or recovered from Covid in the past 180 days before arrival.
Before entering Slovakia you have to fill in the form on this website: https://korona.gov.sk/en/ehranica/
TRAVELING TO SLOVAKIA
If you are planning to travel to Slovakia, look at the map below, released by Slovak Ministry of Foreign affairs and check rules for crossing the borders.
Basically said, if you are traveling from a green country, you are vaccinated or recovered from Covid in the past 180 days, you can travel freely to Slovakia.
14-day home isolation that ends with a negative PCR test after arrival.
– vaccinated people
– people who have recovered from Covid in the past 180 days- people aged 18 years and under
– arriving to Slovakia with a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours
14-day home isolation that can be ended with a negative PCR test carried out 8 days after arrival.
14-day home isolation, regardless of the result of the test that can be taken 8 days after arrival.
2. Applicable measures
When travelling to Slovakia, don´t forget to bring a face mask. It is obligatory to wear it inside buildings – shops, malls, banks, petrol stations, hospitals, public transportation (trains, buses), etc.
Face mask don´t need to be worn when eating or drinking, for instance in restaurants, cafes, etc. Currently only terraces of restaurants and cafes are open. Interiors are closed.
Wearing of a face mask is mandatory even at mass gatherings held outdoors.
The hotel premises and rooms have to be disinfected after each guest.
Have a look at an overview of all the applicable measures adopted in connection with COVID-19. To see the list CLICK HERE
3. Measures of SLOVAKATION in regards with COVID-19
Guided Tours – During our guided tours we pay attention to disinfection and hygiene measures. We wear face masks during transfers, indoors and other situations, where we can´t ensure the 2 meters social distancing rule. The hotel rooms are disinfected after each stay as well as cars and buses.
Self-Guided – When taking part in a self-guided tour, don´t forget to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer. You will have to wear the face mask indoors in shops, hotels, banks, malls, hospital, etc. Don´t forget to wash your hands properly and use hand sanitizers to disinfect your hands.
4. Flexible cancellation Policy
If you have booked a tour with SLOVAKATION, we guarantee a full refund of your payment if travelling to Slovakia will be banned for all non-essential travels from a country of your current residency.
E.g. you are based in Germany and borders of Slovakia will be closed for citizens of Germany, the 100 % refund applies to you.
Under these circumstances you can also postpone your booking for later date.