Covid announcements and info – 19
Restrictions on dealing with customers at Fontus branch – PE ZRINJSKEGA 8, Rogaška Slatina lifted
At Fontus Travel Agency, we are closely monitoring the current developments regarding the coronavirus (Covid-19) and are taking into account all relevant information received from the competent authorities (National Institute of Public Health, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia) and economic and interest associations in our sector (STO – Slovenian Tourist Board, TGZS – Tourist and Hospitality Chamber of Slovenia, ZTAS – Association of Tourist Agencies of Slovenia).
In line with the changes to the ordinances related to the measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 – our business operations are as follows:
– PE ZRINJSKEGA 8 is open for customer visits by prior arrangement
– We can be contacted on +386(0)40 650 803 and +386 (0)3 819 28 22 and by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. We also respond to enquiries received directly from our website.
Preparing offers on demand
We very much welcome the relaxation of the measures in Slovenia, but we are aware of the potential risk of their reinstatement. We continue to make “on-demand” offers and bookings primarily for Slovenian destinations and destinations in the region.
In cooperation with our tour operator partners – the Sonček Tourist Agency, TA Palma and Sajko Tourism, among others – we can also offer you holidays in more distant destinations, cruises, longer trips – also “on demand”.
We maintain flexibility for bookings, especially early bookings
Provisions, both short-term and long-term, are managed smoothly. We recommend that you make your reservations as early as possible, especially for holiday dates, despite the still volatile travel conditions. Capacities are always very busy or full during these periods in popular destinations.
Both our agency and our tour operator partners try to offer the most flexible conditions for such bookings. These vary according to the type of offer and the dates, so we always present them in an offer after receiving a request from the individual customer.
Recommended – travel insurance
The financial investment in a break or holiday is not negligible in an individual’s budget. Given the greater volatility of travel conditions, and the greater risk of sudden changes in health that can prevent, spoil or shorten a trip. We therefore recommend that you choose to book one of the following at the time of booking travel insurance – in particular trip cancellation insurance or comprehensive insurance, which covers risks both before and during the trip.
Conditions for staying in tourist accommodation in Slovenia during COVID-19 – after 21.2.2022
In Slovenian tourist accommodation or. all accommodation establishments – from 21.2.2022 no longer required to show that the PCT condition (too ill, vaccinated, tested) has been met.
Based on the experience of the past two years, there is a possibility of changing the conditions. We recommend monitoring the current situation on on the country’s website GOV.SI.
Until further notice, users of tourist services should follow general measures to contain the spread of Covid-19 – such as wearing masks in all enclosed public places, disinfecting hands when entering enclosed public places, etc.
All the measures and recommendations currently in force are available on the national portal GOV.SI.
Modified conditions for crossing the national borders of Slovenia, neighbouring and other countries
We recommend that all customers inform themselves before travelling about all measures taken to contain the spread of Covid-19 infections in Slovenia and other countries to which they are travelling. In some countries, the COVID-19 pandemic has not yet led to changes in entry conditions for foreign nationals and border measures. We also recommend checking the general health situation in the country you are travelling to.
The most up-to-date information in this respect is available HERE.
As of 21 February 2022, all special conditions related to the restrictions on the spread of Covid-19 have been lifted for arrival or return to Slovenia.
We recommend monitoring the current situation on the country’s website GOV.SI.
Important! Before travelling to Croatia check their entry requirements and border measures.
Important! Before travelling to Italy be sure to check their entry requirements and border measures.
From 15. Electronic registration is compulsory for entry into Austria from January 2021.
Important! Before travelling to Hungary be sure to check their entry requirements and border measures.
From 1. An agreement between Slovenia and Hungary on the mutual recognition of certificates of vaccination/immunity against covid-19 issued in Slovenia and Hungary, respectively, is in force as of May 2021. The Hungarian certificate indicates the date of receipt of the second dose of vaccine (where a second dose is required) or the expiry date of the document in the case of persons who have survived covid-19.
Other countries in Europe and worldwide
The most up-to-date information on entries is available from the local embassy of the country of destination. For more information, see the country-by-country information table.