Financial Crisis Affecting Trends In Demand For Slovenian Tourism

Objavljeno: 24.2.2009

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Financial Crisis Affecting Trends In Demand For Slovenian Tourism

The current situation in the global economy is reflected in the changing demand patterns in the tourism and travel industry. The statistics are consistent with the global tourism forecasts, which predicted people will be more likely to take their holidays in their home country. In January, Slovenia registered a 4% increase in terms of both domestic tourist arrivals and domestic overnight stays.

Financial Crisis Affecting Trends In Demand For Slovenian Tourism

The current situation in the global economy is reflected in the changing demand patterns in the tourism and travel industry. The statistics are consistent with the global tourism forecasts, which predicted people will be more likely to take their holidays in their home country. In January, Slovenia registered a 4% increase in terms of both domestic tourist arrivals and domestic overnight stays.

According to SORS provisional data, Slovenian tourist accommodation facilities registered by the end of this January 143,200 arrivals of domestic and international tourists, generating 490,176 overnight stays, which is a 1% decline in tourist arrivals and a 2% decrease in overnight stays compared to the same period in 2008.

International tourists accounted for 58% of all tourist overnight stays recorded in January 2009. 72% of all international overnight stays were generated by tourists coming from the following five countries: Italy (28%), Croatia (25%), Austria (8%), Serbia (6%) and the Russian Federation (5%).

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