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About 482,000 people or 27% of the total Slovenian resident population aged 15 years or more went on about 971,000 private trips between April and June 2013. The number of residents of Slovenia aged 15 years or more who went on at least one private trip decreased by 7%, while the number of private trips decreased by 1% compared to the same period of the previous year.
Almost three quarters of private trips were shorter Most of private trips (72%) were shorter (i.e. trips with 1-3 nights) and only 28% were longer (i.e. trips with at least 4 consecutive nights). More than half (55%) of private trips were made abroad (of which 60% in Croatia, 9% in Italy, 7% in Austria) and 45% in Slovenia.
During private trips in Slovenia countryside was the most often visited, abroad seasideDuring private trips most often visited type of destination (multiple answers allowed) in Slovenia was countryside (43%) and abroad seaside (for almost two thirds of private trips). During almost a third (30%) of private trips in Slovenia tourists visited a city, while for 22% of private trips in Slovenia one of the destinations visited was seaside. During 44% of private trips abroad tourists visited a city and during 16% of private trips they also visited countryside.
On more than half of private trips tourists stayed in non-rented accommodation establishments On 57% of private trips tourists stayed in non-rented accommodations (free of charge): mostly at friends and relatives (36% of private trips) and in own secondary homes (19% of private trips). On 43% of private trips tourists stayed in rented accommodations: in hotels and similar establishments (25% of private trips), in campsites (8% of private trips) and in other rented accommodation establishments, such as private rooms, holiday dwellings, etc. (11% of private trips).
Tourists who on private trips stayed in a hotel spent on average EUR 89 per dayTourists on private trips spent on average EUR 48 per day; on private trips in Slovenia they spent on average EUR 33 per day and on private trips abroad on average EUR 55 per day. Tourists staying in a hotel or a motel spent daily on average the most (EUR 89): in Slovenia on average EUR 63 per day and abroad EUR 97 per day. Tourists staying in their own secondary homes spent on average the least (EUR 18). Tourists staying at relatives or friends spent on average EUR 29 per day, those staying in campsites spent on average EUR 31 per day and those staying in other rented accommodation establishments spend on average EUR 58 per day.
Lack of finance the main reason for not going on private trips 1,278,000 or 73% of residents of Slovenia aged 15 years or more did not go on any private trips in 2nd quarter of 2013. Among reasons for not going most of them stated financial reasons (34%), 30% did not go on a private trip because of lack of time due to work or study, 15% because of health reasons, while 8% did not feel the need to go.
Less business trips 57,000 residents of Slovenia aged 15 years and over went on at least one business or study trip. In 2nd quarter of 2013 they went on around 90,000 business trips, which is 42% less than in the 2nd quarter of 2012.
Every eighth resident of Slovenia aged 15 years or more went on at least one same-day visit abroad 13% of the resident population aged 15 years or more went on about 455,000 same-day visits (without overnight stay) abroad between April and June 2013. 95% of same-day visits were private and 5% were business. On average EUR 53 was spent on one private same-day visit abroad. Statistical Office of Slovenia
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