On this page you can find all basic information
and resources on coronavirus if you are traveling to or are currently in Portorož
The Portorož Tourist Board is closely monitoring the
situation regarding the spread of Covid-19. We are in constant contact with the
Slovenian Tourist Board, we follow the releases of the National Institute of
Public Health (NIJZ), the Ministry of Health (MZ) and other relevant sources.
The Obalno-kraška region has the lowest number of infections in Slovenia. Find the latest information on
the number of confirmed coronavirus infections and the most important explanations regarding the current restrictions at the Slovenian Government site. Detailed data by region.
It is mandatory to wear protective masks when moving or staying in all enclosed public spaces and when moving or staying in all open public spaces wherever a minimum two-metre distance cannot be guaranteed.
Public gatherings of up to 6 people at the same time and in the same place are allowed, whereby it is necessary to strictly abide by all safety measures to prevent the spread of infection.
On the basis of the Communicable Diseases Act, Slovenia has introduced a temporary restriction on movement from 10.00 pm to 5.00 am. Exceptions concern arrivals to and departures from work, the elimination of risks to human life and other interventions. A ban on movement among municipalities has been put in place.
Until further notice, non-essential shops, restaurants, bars, discos, night clubs and gyms remain closed. All tourist accommodation is closed, except for business delegations, diplomatic teams and professional sports teams.
Public transport is operating.
The Ministry of the Interior has published the most important explanations regarding the current restrictions in Slovenia.
Information about border crossing.
The Tourist information offices Portorož, Piran and Padna remain closed until further notice. We are available for information at email@example.com.
In case you feel the symptoms of possible Covid-19
infection (coughing, fever, shortness of breath), call 112 for further instructions.
Coronavirus call centre with
up-to-date information is available at the free of charge phone number 080 1404 and for calls from abroad at +386 1 478 7550 from Monday to Friday between 8.00 am and 4.00 pm. Calls will be answered by final year students of the Faculty of Medicine with the assistance of experts from various working areas.