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04.05.2011 | Tourism
Tourism statistics of the first quarter
Туристическая статистика первого кварталаAccording to Monstat, 49.73 thousand tourists visited Montenegro in the first quarter of 2011

   According to Monstat, 49.73 thousand tourists visited Montenegro in the first quarter. This is 2,6% more than in the first quarter last year. However, the number of nights spent here fell by 5,6% - to 182 thousand. Most of nights spent by tourists from Montenegro Serbia - 23,5%, followed by Bosnia and Herzegovina - 8,6%, Russia - 7,4% and Albania - 3,2%. Most visitors stay at the coast (71.8% of total overnight stays) and in Podgorica (11,2%).

   The representative of the National Tourist Organization Danilo Dzhuranovic told the Radio Antena M, that the number of tourists coming on the May Day holiday grew by 14% compared with last year. He added that almost all the hotels at the entire coast are sold out until late September, so it must be a great season. The same opinion is shared by head of the Montenegrin hoteliers Zarko Radulovic, who believes that the 2011 season will be much better than the last.

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