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  • The foreign currency inflow from tourism in 2004 amounted to EUR 1,311,746 (10.6% more than in 2003).
  • In 2005, a total of 2,389,220domestic and foreign tourists visited Slovenia (the share of foreign visitors was 64.9%).
  • In 2004 nineteen locations in Slovenia had more than 100,000 overnight stays: Ljubljana, Maribor; nine spas (Čatež, Banovci, Moravske Toplice, Podčetrtek, Rogaška Slatina, Radenci, Zreče, Dobrna and Topolšica); four seaside resorts (Portorož with over 970,000 overnight stays, Izola, Ankaran and Strunjan) and four mountain resorts (Bled, Kranjska Gora, Bohinj and Bovec).

Tourism is one of the most promising sectors of the economy in Slovenia.

Every year 1.2 million foreign tourists visit Slovenia. The largest number of tourists comes from Italy, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Croatia, the Netherlands and other European countries. In addition, the number of tourists from the United States is steadily growing.

Visiting Slovenia could provide an interesting mixture of leisure, recreation and exciting excursions.

Slovenia is especially attractive to those who enjoy mountains and lakes, or spending time on the ski slopes. There are more than seven thousand kilometers of marked mountain trails for hiking and climbing. You can also try high-adrenaline sports or spend time on the Mediterranean coast. Last but not least, Slovenia has numerous natural spas, where you can take care of your health with help of thermal mineral waters.

But you could also choose to "travel back through time" in museums, castles, churches and galleries and then go on to enjoy yourself in the evening at one of our casinos as well.

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