Slovenia - Tourism, travel, and recreation



Slovenia has convention centers in Ljubljana and three other cities and international airports in Ljubljana, Maribor, and Portoroz. Popular recreational activities include tennis, golf, mountain climbing, canoeing, and fishing. Visitors from Europe and most other countries can enter Slovenia without visas.

There were 16,265 hotel rooms with 33,502 beds and a 39% occupancy rate in 2000. That year there were 1,090,000 tourist arrivals in Slovenia with receipts totaling $961 million.

The daily cost of staying in Ljubljana, according to 2002 US government estimates, averaged $198 per day.

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