January 2011 with 9% increase in arrivals and 6% in overnigh

Published: 3.3.2011

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January 2011 with 9% increase in arrivals and 6% in overnigh

Preliminary data from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia show that compared to January 2010, in January 2011 9% more tourist arrivals and 6% more overnight stays were registered in tourist accommodations in Slovenia.

January 2011 with 9% increase in arrivals and 6% in overnigh

Preliminary data from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia show that compared to January 2010, in January 2011 9% more tourist arrivals and 6% more overnight stays were registered in tourist accommodations in Slovenia.

Compared to January 2010, in January 2011 more domestic and foreign overnight stays

Compared to January 2010, in January 2011 9% more tourist arrivals were registered in tourist accommodations (the number of arrivals of domestic tourists increased by 8% and of foreign tourists by 9%). Tourists made 6% more overnight stays compared to the same period of the previous year (the number of overnight stays of domestic tourists increased by 1% and of foreign tourists by 9%).

As regards the most important emitive markets, in January 2011 more overnight stays from Hungary, the Russian Federation, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy and Croatia, the same number from Germany and fewer from Austria

Overnight stays of foreign tourists represent 58% of all overnight stays in January 2011. The highest shares of those were contributed by tourists from Italy (28%), followed by tourists from Croatia (22%), Serbia (9%), Austria (7%), the Russian Federation (6%), Hungary (4%), Bosnia and Herzegovina (3%) and Germany (3%).

Compared to January 2010, the number of overnight stays of tourists from Hungary increased by 39%, from the Russian Federation by 26%, Serbia by 22%, Bosnia and Herzegovina by 21%, Italy by 14% and Croatia by 3%. The number of overnight stays of tourists from Germany stayed the same. Fewer overnight stays were registered for tourists from Austria (by 16%).

Good results in health (spa) resorts, seaside resorts and in Ljubljana

In January 2011, 39% of all overnight stays were recorded in health (spa) resorts; in mountain resorts 30%, seaside resorts 11% and in Ljubljana 6%.

In seaside resorts the number of overnight stays increased by 37%, in Ljubljana by 7% and in health (spa) resorts by 4% compared to January 2010. In the same comparison the number of overnight stays in mountain resorts decreased by 2%.

9% increase in overnight stays in hotels compared to January 2010

In January 2011 hotels represent 70% of all overnight stays, followed by holiday dwellings (9%). Private accommodations – rented rooms, dwellings represent a 4% share of the total overnight stays.

The number of overnight stays increased in hotels (by 9%), inns (by 17%), overnight accommodations (by 14%), private accommodations - rented rooms, dwellings (by 5%) and holiday dwellings (by 2%). In the same comparison the number of overnight stays decreased in boarding houses (by 6%), tourist farms with accommodation (by 3%) and mountain huts (by 35%).

In 2010 the number of overnight stays decreased by 1% and the number of tourist arrivals increased by 1% compared to 2009

In 2010, almost 2,964,000 tourist arrivals and almost 8,772,000 overnight stays were registered in tourist accommodations with 10 or more permanent bedplaces. Compared to the same period of the previous year, 1% less overnight stays were registered in those tourist accommodations (the number of overnight stays of domestic tourists decreased by 4% and of foreign tourists it increased by 1%). The number of tourist arrivals in tourist accommodations with 10 or more permanent bedplaces increased by 1% compared to 2009.

Overview of statistics by month (for previous years) can be viewed here. The final data for the whole of 2010 is available here.

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