In Bosnia and Herzegovina in June 2022 this year, tourists made 138,720 visits, which is 0.6 percent less compared to May 2022 and 52.5 percent more compared to June 2021.
Tourists spent 301,619 overnight stays in June, which is 4.2 percent more compared to May 2022 and 45.3 percent more compared to June 2021.
In the total number of overnight stays, the participation of domestic tourists was 40.1 percent, while the participation of foreign tourists was 59.9 percent.
The number of overnight stays by domestic tourists was 2.8 percent higher compared to May 2022 and 6.4 percent higher compared to June 2021. The number of overnight stays by foreign tourists was 5.2 percent higher compared to May 2022 and 92.4 percent higher compared to June 2021.
In the structure of overnight stays by foreign tourists, the most overnight stays were achieved by tourists from: Serbia (12.2 percent), Croatia (9.1 percent), Turkey (7.0 percent), Germany (5.8 percent), Saudi Arabia (5. 7 percent), Slovenia (4.8 percent), the USA (4.5 percent), Poland (4.5 percent), the United Arab Emirates (3.3 percent) and France (3.0 percent), which is a total of 59, 9 percent. Tourists from other countries accounted for 40.1 percent of overnight stays, according to data from the BiH Statistics Agency.
In terms of the length of stay of foreign tourists in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the first place in June was occupied by tourists from: the Republic of South Africa with an average stay of 3.8 nights, Kuwait with 3.4 nights, Latvia with 3.1 nights, France and Ireland with 3.0 each and Egypt with 2.9 nights.
In June 2022, 19,534 apartments and camping sites were available to tourists in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is 11.0 percent more compared to June 2021, and 42,686 available beds, which is 7.4 percent more compared to the same period. month of 2021.
In June 2022, within the scope of activities – Hotels and similar accommodation, a total of 17,530 rooms and apartments were available to tourists, which is 5.9 percent more compared to June 2021, and 36,597 beds, which is 6.2 percent more compared to the same month of the previous year.