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Tourist arrivals and overnight stays, detailed data, Slovenia, August 2011 – final data

Tuesday, October 25, 2011, E-Release
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At the annual level, in August 2011 9% more tourist arrivals and 7% more overnight stays were registered in tourist accommodations. In the first eight months of 2011 the number of tourist arrivals increased by 7% and the number of overnight stays by 5% over the same period of the previous year.

In August 2011, the number of arrivals of domestic tourists increased more than the number of arrivals of foreign tourists
In August 2011, over 500,000 tourist arrivals and over 1,592,000 overnight stays were registered in tourist accommodations. Compared to August 2010 the number of tourist arrivals increased by 9% (of domestic tourists by 10% and of foreign tourists by 9%). In the same comparison the number of overnight stays increased by 7% (domestic overnight stays by 2% and foreign overnight stays by 10%).

In August 2011, most tourist arrivals and overnight stays in mountain resorts
In August 2011, most tourist arrivals and overnight stays were registered in mountain resorts (32% of all tourist arrivals and 29% of all overnight stays). Second placed were seaside resorts with a 20% share of all tourist arrivals and a 27% share of all overnight stays. In health (spa) resorts 20% of all tourist arrivals and 26% of all overnight stays were created and in Ljubljana 13% of all tourist arrivals and 8% of all overnight stays.
In August 2011, the mountain resorts recorded 15% more tourist arrivals and 13% more overnight stays than in August 2010. In the health (spa) and seaside resorts tourist arrivals increased between 4% and 5% and overnight stays by 3% compared to August last year. In the same comparison 8% more arrivals and 6% more overnight stays were recorded in Ljubljana.

In August 2011, the share of foreign overnight stays the highest in Ljubljana
In August 2011, the highest share of foreign overnight stays was recorded in Ljubljana, 98%; most of them were made by tourists from Italy. The share of foreign overnight stays in mountain resorts was 74% and in seaside resorts 58%. In mountain resorts most overnight stays were made by tourists from Germany and in seaside resorts by tourists from Italy. In health (spa) resorts in August 2011 the share of domestic overnight stays (55%) was higher than the share of foreign ones.

In August 2011, foreign tourists stayed on average 4 days in Slovenia
On average, tourists stayed in Slovenia 3.2 nights: domestic tourists stayed 3.7 nights and foreign tourists 3.0 nights. Tourists from the Russian Federation stayed on average in Slovenia the longest (6.5 nights), followed by the Dutch with 4.5 nights, the British with 3.4 nights, the Germans and the Austrians with 3.1 nights and the Italians with 2.9 nights.
On average, tourists stayed the longest in seaside and health (spa) resorts (4.3 nights). In mountain resorts the average number of overnight stays was 2.9, in Ljubljana 1.8.
Tourists stayed on average in hotels and camping sites 3.3 nights, in private accommodations - rented rooms, dwellings on average 3.5 nights and in holiday dwellings on average 4.7 nights.

In August 2011, two thirds of all overnight stays made in the municipalities Piran, Ljubljana, Bled, Brežice, Bohinj, Koper, Izola, Kranjska Gora, Moravske Toplice and Bovec
Domestic tourists made 65% of their overnight stays in municipalities Piran, Koper, Brežice, Izola, Moravske Toplice, Podčetrtek, Bohinj, Kranjska Gora and Bovec.
Foreign tourists made 64% of their overnight stays in municipalities Piran, Ljubljana, Bled, Brežice, Bohinj, Bovec, Kranjska Gora and Radovljica.

In August 2011, most arrivals and overnight stays by tourists from Italy, Germany and Austria
Most foreign tourists arrived in August 2011 to Slovenia from Italy (22% of all foreign arrivals), Germany (13%) and Austria (8%).
Foreign tourists created in Slovenia 64% of all overnight stays. In August 2011, the highest share of foreign overnight stays was made by tourists from Italy (21%), Germany (14%), Austria and the Netherlands (8% each), the United Kingdom (5%), France and the Russian Federation (4% each).
Compared to August 2010, in August 2011 the number of overnight stays of tourists from the Russian Federation increased by 26%, from the Netherlands and Germany each by 15%, from France and Croatia each by 14%, from Austria by 13%, etc.

More than a third of all tourist bedplaces were available to tourists in hotels, which in August 2011 recorded almost half of all overnights stays
In August 2011, almost 108,000 bedplaces were available to tourists in tourist accommodations. 36% of all tourist bedplaces were available to tourists in hotels. Permanent bedplaces in hotels were on average 71% occupied, while all bedplaces in hotels by 7 percentage points less.
In August 2011, most overnight stays (over 774,000 or 49%) were registered in hotels, followed by camping sites (24% of all overnight stays), holiday dwellings and private accommodations-rented rooms and dwellings (each 6% of all overnight stays).
Compared to August 2010, in August 2011 the number of overnight stays increased the most in holiday dwellings (by 19%), in youth hostels (by 18%), in mountain huts and in tourist farms with accommodation (in each by 16%); it increased also in inns and in camping sites (in each by 15%) and in hotels by 3%.

In the first eight months of 2011 the number of tourist arrivals up by 7% and the number of overnight stays up by 5% over the same period of 2010
From January to August 2011, 7% more tourist arrivals were registered compared to the same period of the previous year. In the same comparison the number of overnight stays increased as well, by 5%. The number of arrivals of foreign tourists increased by 9% over the same period of the previous year and the number of their overnight stays by 10%.
Table 1: Tourist arrivals and overnight stays, Slovenia, August 20111)
NumberIndicesStructure
(%)
VIII 11I-VIII 11VIII 11
VIII 10
I-VIII 11
I-VIII 10
I-VIII 11
Tourist arrivals
total500,3882,263,061109.3106.9100
  of domestic tourists158,089823,112110.2103.036
  of foreign tourists342,2991,439,949108.9109.264
Overnight stays
total1,592,1226,823,458107.0105.3100
  of domestic tourists577,9822,843,488102.199.842
  of foreign tourists1,014,1403,979,970110.0109.658
1) Data including tourist accommodations with at least 10 permanent bedplaces.
Source: SORS
Chart 1: Indices of tourism flows, Slovenia
Chart 1: Indices of tourism flows, Slovenia
Source: SORS
Chart 2: Tourist overnight stays by types of municipalities, Slovenia, August 2011
Chart 2: Tourist overnight stays by types of municipalities, Slovenia, August 2011
Source: SORS
Chart 3: Tourist overnight stays by most important foreign countries, Slovenia, August 2011
Chart 3: Tourist overnight stays by most important foreign countries, Slovenia, August 2011
Source: SORS
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