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Slovenia Tourist Arrivals Rise in May

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Tourist arrivals in Slovenia rose 10.6% year-on-year to 510,096 in May, following a 16.6% growth in the prior month, the statistics agency reported.

The number of foreign tourists jumped 43.8% to 393,689, while that of domestic tourists dropped by 37.9% to 116,407.

Among foreigners, arrivals increased the most from Germany (57.1%), followed by the United States (56.3%), Hungary (42.4%), Italy (23.5%), and Austria (22%). 

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