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TOPHOTELPROJECTS: Tourism grows slowly - Most foreign visitors from Italy, Austria and Germany
Livade Resort in Izola: lighthouse project for tourism in Slovenia
(Hamburg, July 23, 2013) In terms of tourism, the small Slovenia has the new EU member Croatia in no way inferior. On the contrary, a good infrastructure and a balanced range makes tourism an important industry that is growing but only slowly. With the Livade Resort now a flagship project as TOPHOTELPROJECTS (created in Izola on the Adriatic coast ), the leading information provider for hotel chains and hotel construction projects, reported.
Located in the picturesque coastal town of Izola a resort (200 rooms) incurred directly by the sea, a Health Resort (125 rooms), a business center with around 200 apartments and a water amusement park. First part openings are expected for the beginning of 2014.
Slovenia's tourism sector continues to grow
Increasingly known by a wide range of Slovenia developed in the tourism sector. The issue of sustainability is the focus of the Strategy 2012 until 2016. The competitiveness is increased, the business friendly environment, and marketing innovative. The biggest challenge is the implementation of the strategy with halved budget, caused by the austerity of the Slovenian government.
For tourism strategy include mainly the steady expansion of infrastructure, as well as conference and spa tourism promotions in the area of sustainability. Are of great importance both alpine skiing and hiking tourism, numerous wellness, Fun and spas offers, events and conferences, as well as the attractive Adriatic coast.
2012 Slovenia recorded a total of 3.3 million arriving and 9.5 million overnight stays. In both areas when compared to the previous year, an increase of two percent or one determine what is a record at the same time for the Slovenian tourism since the country's independence. The number of foreign tourist arrivals in 2012 was about 2.2 million and increased by six percent compared to the previous year. The number of overnight stays by foreign tourists coming also rose to 5.8 million by six percent.
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Yes, in the 1990s.2011-03-01 10:05:03 by Constellation21
Ceacescu was rough on the city. He tore out the entire center, leaving it a big empty lot. I'm afraid there is not much left. However, the Romanian countryside is beautiful and accessible. Take a bus to Bran, site of Dracula's castle, and hike into the stunningly beautifuly Translyvanian Alps. Take the train to Sinaia, an old Hapsburg mountain resort with a Grand Hotel and very pretty palace. Al...a was inexpensive, lodging and food were of good quality, other an Burcharest (and Alba Ulia), the cities were pretty. Also, take the train to Efrorie Nord on the coast. It has the delightful feel of an old communist workers resort (which I like, no kidding) and beautiful views of the Black Sea. In the 1990s, Romania had not yet become a traffic-jam country (like Slovenia), it may still be nice.
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