Tourist arrivals and overnight stays

Below is statistical data on tourist arrivals and overnight stays according to the countries from which they come. The Tourism Barometer has been attached to the interim data, as it contains key information on tourists in Slovenia. The source of the data from the collection below is the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.


Statistical data 2018 - January - December 2018 (xls)

Statistical data 2019 - January - March



Overview of the 2018 tourist year

In the year 2018 Slovenian tourism marked record numbers. The number of international arrivals continued and Slovenia was yet again above the European average. In 2018 we achieved 5,93 milion tourist arrivals and 15,69 overnight stays, which is 8 % more arrivals and 10 % more overnight stays than in 2017.

Statistical data 2018 - monthly, yearly (Final data)

Publication Tourism in Numbers

Annual statistical data of the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia for 2017 show another exceptional year for Slovenia. Growth in tourist arrivals and overnight stays was recorded for the fourth year in a row. Accommodation facilities registered more than 4,9 million tourist arrivals and 12,6 million overnight stays, which represents 14,6% more arrivals and 12,6% more overnight stays than in 2016. Looking only at foreign tourists, they created 68% of all overnight stays (8,6 million), which is 17% more than in 2016 and 3,6 million arrivals (+ 18% compared to 2016). Domestic tourists created over 4 million overnight stays (+ 5% compared to 2016) and 1,4 million tourist arrivals (+ 6%).

Slovenian Tourism in Numbers 2017

Publication It is nice everywhere

The purpose of this publication is to present in a simple and understandable way the main characteristics of Slovene tourism, and particularly to present all the richness of official statistical data on tourism that are regularly disseminated by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.


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