European Travel Information and Authorization System will be levied in 2022 for all the non-EU citizens who want to travel to the country for any purpose. The ETIAS will provide the authorisation to the non-EU citizens from the eligible country from the list of 62 nations. Slovenia is connected to the Adriatic Sea, and there are also other nations which enhance its geographical importance in central Europe.

In recent history, the country of Slovenia has witnessed many dramatic political changes, and it has also been the part of former Yugoslavia. The other nations of the EU are around the country, and there is the Adriatic Sea on one side. Slovenia became a member of the EU in 2004. The central European country I significant among the other nations and countries in Europe for several reasons.

The same year of joining Euro bloc it also became a member of NATO. Slovenia also has the status of being the first former communist state who has secured the EU bloc membership. The OECD membership in 2007 reveals that the country has gone through a dramatic political and economic change that has made the country's path clear towards securing the membership of the esteemed blocs and international organisations. All the memberships and GDP index also helped the country enjoy the status of a powerful economy in the region.

SLOVENIA TO EUROPE

The country's history has gone through many drastic events and changes, before the 1900s the country ha annexed by many different empires and monarchs. At one time country fell in the hands of the Roman and Byzantine Empire and in other times the Habsburg Monarchy became its fate. After some time the historians recorded the country to be the part of the Republic of Venice. Well after this event it was annexed by the Napoleonic and Austro-Hungarian reigns.

The people of Slovenia claimed the right to independence when the WWI was entering its decisive stage. The Croats and Serbs also joined hands together in the state, and it became the kingdom of Serbs. After a decade, the people's fate turned a new era, and it became part of another kingdom that was then called Yugoslavia.

The Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia was an emerging state after the devastating effects of WWII. But the country gained independence status and became the independent country in the year of 1991.

There are many paths and directions in which the country has progressed, and the most important one is the economic area which made the country an important and integral part of the EU bloc. The change in visa authorisation from 2022 will also affect the country's laws, and the ETIAS authorisation will be necessary for all entering Slovenia.

EMERGING TOURIST DESTINATION

The pearl of Adriatic is a famous destination for travellers from Europe. The tourists and enthusiasts worldwide also love to visit the country in their quest for adventure and splendid landscapes. The beautiful locations in the country will keep on persuading the travellers from the areas and regions worldwide. It will increase the demand for the ETIAS authorisation for Slovenia after its implementation.

Dutch organisation Green Destinations has ranked Slovenia's beautiful country with its lush green landscapes and stretches as the number one travel destination for the tourists. The beautiful amalgamation of the snowcapped mountains and the beautiful lakes along with the ruins, castles and enchanted midlevel towns keep attracting the adventurous from all around the globe.

If you are a wine lover and want to have a feast of gastronomic adventure every day, the outdoor activities in traditional culture; there is no place on earth that can be equivalent to the enchanting and breathtaking beauty splendour comparing to the country of Slovenia.

ETIAS REQUEST

2022 will witness the change in visa policies all around Europe. The visa policy Slovenia will also add the requirement for the authorisation for the travellers from the 62 eligible countries.

The travellers who wish to enter the beautiful state of Slovenia will have to apply for the visa waiver from the online portal of the ETIAS. The authorisation is extremely simple to attain through the platform and filling an application form. The form will only take 10 to 15 minutes. The platform and application form will require the passport, its validity and personal information of the traveller. The application will be consisting of some security and immigration questions these questions, and the answers will ensure the security of the citizens from the terrorists and safety from the health risks.

The process of attaining the visa waiver from ETIAS is extremely simple. It will only take 10 to 15 minutes. In most of the cases after paying the nominal fee, the applicants wishing to travel Slovenia will get the visa waiver authorisation on the email address they provided at the time of filling the application form.