Slovakia is now officially open to welcome tourists back to enjoy its panoramic mountain ranges and lush natural attractions. However, Slovakia is only open for certain nationals of the European Economic Area.
Who Can Travel To Slovakia?
Are There Tests and/or Quarantine to enter Slovakia?
Firstly, the list above specifies the safe countries that don’t require a test. However, travelers who came from outside countries in the last 14 days are required to provide a test.
That is to say, all travelers who have visited a country that’s not on the list of “low risk countries” will be asked to undergo a COVID-19 test and must remain in home isolation (a hotel or an accommodation facility) until they receive the negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19.
In addition, these countries are:
October 5 update: Starting October 3, travelers coming from Slovakia and San Marino will have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Denmark due to the high rate of coronavirus infection from these countries.
Safety Measures and Health Protocols
- Face masks must be worn in enclosed or crowded public spaces
- The social distancing of 2 meters (6.5 feet) and must be observed where possible.
- In addition, border checks will continue to remain in place only at the border with Poland and at the external border with Ukraine.
What’s Open in Slovakia?
- Hotels and other forms of accommodations
- Restaurants and cafes
- Outdoor tourist attractions
- Shops and service providers
- Museum and galleries
For more info, check out Slovakia on our live map.