Simon Smith | Manager, Operations and Destination Engagement | 31 May 2019

Turistična Taksa

The tourist tax (turistična taksa) is decided by local governments (municipalities) using the flat rate per person, per night. 43 municipalities have decided not to charge a tourist tax and are also not obliged to collect the promotion tax. Further information here.

The tax rate varies nationwide but is capped at €2.50 (Article 17 of the Law on the Promotion of Tourism Development). In addition, a national promotion tax was implemented in 2019 which is 25% of the tourist tax charged. This is for exclusive use by the Slovenia Tourist Board for international promotion.

The tax revenue is used to improve local infrastructure and tourism promotion. In 2018, Bled wrote in detail the projects the tax revenue will be used for here.

Below are selected destinations and further information can be found by clicking on the title of the destination.

While best efforts have been made to verify the accuracy of the information on 31 May 2019, the information displayed should be used as guidance only.

All types of accommodation
(no maximum nights)
€ per person, per night
(includes tourist tax and promotion tax)
Some Exemptions
Bled 3.13* 7-17 years of age,
18-29 staying in Youth Hostels
Children under 7
Ljubljana 3.13*

* Includes €2.50 tourist tax and €0.63 promotion tax

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