3 % increase in tourist arrivals in November

Published: 21.2.2011

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3 % increase in tourist arrivals in November

The data for November 2014 shows that the number of tourist arrivals grew by three per cent. Municipalities with spas recorded the most overnight stays. Most foreign tourists came from Austria, Italy, Russia, Croatia and Germany. From January to November 2014, three per cent more tourist arrivals were recorded, whereby foreign tourists generated six per cent more arrivals and one per cent more overnight stays than in the previous year.

3 % increase in tourist arrivals in November

The data for November 2014 shows that the number of tourist arrivals grew by three per cent. Municipalities with spas recorded the most overnight stays. Most foreign tourists came from Austria, Italy, Russia, Croatia and Germany. From January to November 2014, three per cent more tourist arrivals were recorded, whereby foreign tourists generated six per cent more arrivals and one per cent more overnight stays than in the previous year.

Municipalities with spas record the most overnight stays

In November 2014, most tourists stayed overnight in municipalities with spas where 45 per cent of all tourist overnight stays were recorded. Coastal municipalities generated 17 per cent of all overnight stays, while the Municipality of Ljubljana recorded 12 per cent of all overnight stays.

Among foreign tourists, the most overnight stays were generated by tourists from Austria, Italy, Russia, Croatia and Germany

In November, foreign tourists generated 56 per cent of tourist overnight stays in Slovenia. The key markets where tourists came from were Austria (23 per cent), Italy (19 per cent), the Russian Federation (9 per cent), Croatia and Germany (6 per cent each) and Serbia (5 per cent). Among tourists from important tourist markets, tourists from the Russian Federation (by 6 per cent), Croatia (by 8 per cent) and Serbia (by 13 per cent) generated more overnight stays in November 2014 than in November 2013.

In the first eleven months of 2014, the number of arrivals of foreign tourists grew most significantly

From January to November 2014, three per cent more tourist arrivals were recorded, whereby foreign tourists generated six per cent more arrivals and one per cent more overnight stays than in the same period the previous year.

More arrivals of domestic tourists

In November 2014, tourist accommodation facilities recorded three per cent more tourist arrivals and approximately the same number of overnight stays as in November 2013. The number of arrivals of domestic tourists grew by five per cent and the number of arrivals of foreign tourists by two per cent.

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