Slovenia is a part of border-free Schengen area which enables the Schengen visa holders to travel between 26 European countries on a single visa. Citizens of the Member States of the European Economic Area (EEA) may enter Slovenia with a valid identity card or a valid passport and do not require a visa or a residence permit. As for the others, Schengen visa might be required prior to entering the Schengen area. If your country is on the list of those who will need to apply for Schengen visa, please follow the application form here.
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