Slovenia is a member state of the European Union and part of the Schengen area. The area mostly functions as a single jurisdiction for international travel purposes, with a common visa policy. There is no border control within the area.
The visa policy of the Schengen Area is set by the European Union. If someone other than a European Union, European Economic Area (EEA) or Swiss citizen wishes to enter the Schengen Area, they must have a visa or be a national of a visa-exempt country. If you need a visa to enter Slovenia, you can obtain one from the Slovenian consular mission in your country. If there is no Slovenian consular mission in your country, contact a consular mission of any Member State of the Schengen Area. A visa issued by one Schengen Member State is also valid for the other Member States. In other words, this means that you can visit several countries which are in the Schengen Area.
If you need a letter of invitation or some other document for your visa application, you can request it over email at email@example.com once your registration fee is paid.
Citizens of the Russian Federation
Due to complex and lengthy visa procedures we regret that we cannot provide guarantee and invitation letters to holders of Russian passports.