Serbia’s spas were visited by as many as 628,565 tourists in the first 11 months last year alone, which represents an increase by 11.5 percent.
Serbia boasts 35 spas, whilst the most popular one is Vrnjacka Spa with its three new hotels expected to open this year. The state has invested 149 million dinars in Vrnjacka Spa over the course of last four years.
Kursumlija Spa, which has been closed ever since 2006, was taken over by “Planinka” Company at a price of EUR 1.4 million, after which it has started a complete reconstruction worth EUR 12 million. Another floor will be added to “Zubor” hotel, whilst “Milica” villa will be fully renovated, and both river and complete park put in order.
Lukovska Spa will have received yet another hotel called “Bela jela” by the end of this year, which will accomodate 200 beds, and include its accompanying contents. The construction will cost EUR 9 million, therefore 70 people will be working in the said facility.
Serbia’s Spas were visited by as many as 628,565 tourists in the first 11 months last year, which represents an increase by 11.5 percent. Most of them were domestic visitors – 515,188, i.e., 2,647,837 nights were spent in spas, whereas 2,319,881 nights were spent by domestic visitors in the space of 11 months last year.
Most foreigners visited Vrnjacka Spa, of whom 48,536 of them spent 123,727 nights in this spa alone.
The Serbian Spas Association will represent its exhibition stand in Hall 4.
Aside from local spas, the fair will also feature regional spas, which are also very popular with the local population.