According to the Statistical Office of Slovenia, there have been over 290.000 tourist arrivals to Slovenia in November 2019. Those 290.000 tourists amounted to over 700.000 overnight stays in Slovenia. Over 63% of the overnight stays were of foreign tourists. Hence, offering accommodation to the increasing number of tourists would be a good idea if you are starting your business in Slovenia.
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Foreign tourists have generated almost 450.000 overnight stays in Slovenia in November 2019
From the 290.000 tourists in Slovenia in November 2019, almost 193.000 tourists were foreigners. When they came to Slovenia, they generated almost 450.000 overnight stays. The majority were from Italy (19%), followed by Austrians (17%), Croatians (8%), Serbians (7%) and Germans (6%).
The majority of tourists have stayed in the municipalities with thermal features (35% of all overnight stays). Secondly, they were followed by Ljubljana, where 18% of the overnight stays occurred. The coastal cities were in third place (14%) and the Alpine regions were in fourth place (13%).
Use the increasing number of visitors of Slovenia to your advantage – register a company in Slovenia
The trend of tourist arrivals to Slovenia does not seem to be stopping, hence offering accommodation through hotels or guesthouses is a good opportunity if you plan to do business in Slovenia. You can also buy property and rent it out for short-term or long term. Non-EU citizens can start their business by registering an LTD company in Slovenia. You would require 7500€ share capital, Slovenian tax numbers for all shareholders and representatives and a business address in Slovenia.
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