Slovenia Travel Health Advice

Typhoid and hepatitis A vaccinations are recommended. In forested areas, hikers should guard against tick bites as tick-borne encephalitis and Lyme disease are a risk. Water is safe to drink, milk is pasteurised, and local meat and produce is safe to consume. Free emergency treatment is available from hospitals and some private doctors. Slovenia has a reciprocal health agreement with most EU countries, including the UK, providing emergency healthcare on the same terms as Slovenian nationals. EU travellers should take a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).

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Hepatitis A, Lyme disease, Tick-borne encephalitis

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