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Slovenia tourist arrivals climb in Jan

Tourism

Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Slovenia's tourist arrivals advanced 1441% year-on-year in January, mainly foreign tourist arrivals climbed 1551.7% to 93,105 (50.1% of all arrivals), while domestic tourists jumped 1343.6% to 92,373 (49.9% of all arrivals), reported the country's statistics office. 

The main countries of origin of foreign travelers were Croatia (26,191 arrivals), Italy (11,087 arrivals), Serbia (6,443 arrivals), Hungary (6,296 arrivals), and Austria (7,669 arrivals). 

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