Slovenia Tourism feels the love in London

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Slovenia Tourism Board once again made a valiant effort in this year’s edition of the World Travel Market (WTM), which was held earlier this month in London.

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Slovenia Tourism Board once again made a valiant effort in this year’s edition of the World Travel Market (WTM), which was held earlier this month in London. This is part of a strategic plan to attract more tourists from the United Kingdom, according to Karmen Novarlic’, head of the Slovenia Tourism Board.

Novarlic’ sat down with me for an exclusive chat at this year’s WTM. According to her, Slovenia welcomed a record number of tourists last year and is likely to do the same again this year.

Slovenia’s presence at this year’s WTM is significant, as the country is preparing to host next year’s annual conference of the Association of British Travel Agents. Get to know Slovenia Tourism through Karmen Novarlic’ in six minutes via the eTN 2.0 presentation below:

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