Slovenia, like other countries in the Schengen zone, has tightened entry rules for foreigners. Now medical insurance is a must-have requirement for visiting Slovenia. This includes visa-free travel with a biometric passport – if insurance was previously seen as a formality (for tourists), now it is checked for all incoming travelers.
What does medical insurance cover in Slovenia?
Tourist insurance in Slovenia includes compensation for the following cases:
- COVID-19 illness, observation, treatment, hospitalization;
- burns, frostbite;
- treatment of SARS and its complications;
- fractures, dislocations, sprains;
- injuries from animals;
- exacerbation of allergies;
- exacerbation of chronic diseases;
- explosion, lightning strike, electric shock.
For an additional fee, it is possible to add individual insurance cases. We also offer baggage insurance for loss and damage, as well as tickets (no departure, no show, flight cancellation, traveler’s change of plans) and package tours. Baggage insurance provides a percentage compensation if your baggage is lost or delayed during the flight.
How much does tourist insurance cost for Slovenia?
Insurance for Slovenia is a money-saving option. You purchase an affordable policy and in case of an insured event, receive qualified medical assistance without hitting your budget.
How to apply for insurance for Slovenia?
After selecting the tariff on the website, fill in the required fields – enter personal data (name, surname, date of birth) and the insurance period. Then pay the amount calculated by the online calculator on the website or through a convenient messenger, and the policy in Slovenia will be sent to your email. In case of an insured event, call the hotline or report the incident via Viber, WhatsApp, Telegram. We will assist you anywhere in the world and promptly resolve the issue.
Yes, you can. To do this, you need to contact us through the chatbot or messenger.
To have sports injuries covered, it is recommended to purchase a corresponding insurance policy. A regular medical insurance policy for a trip to Slovenia does not cover sports injuries.
You must immediately inform the company of any changes so that we can update your insurance policy.
The insurance policy applies exclusively to the countries specified in the policy.
A medical examination certificate is not mandatory to obtain an insurance policy.