Slovenia is on its way to setting a new tourism record. In June, 1.2 million tourist overnights were registered in Slovenia by the Central European Nation. As compared to the previous June, the number of overnight stays increased by 22%. During the first six months of 2017, Slovenia experienced a 15.8% increase in the tourist traffic. The next step is to succeed in boosting tourism revenues to 4.12 billion euros. Being lush and green, the Alpine country pays much attention to developing wellness industry as well as food and wine destinations. Slovenia is rich in spa resorts, ski chalets, hiking trails and cultural sites. It follows the current travel trends and is sure to draw visitors from all around the world in increasing numbers. The two new UNESCO designations make Slovenia even more popular among foreign tourists. The Krokar virgin forest and the Sneznik-Zdrocle forest have been recently included into the Natura 2000 network, which is run throughout Europe. These two recently registered UNESCO destinations join the famous Skocjan Caves and the prehistoric pile dwellings in the Slovenian Alps, and the mercury mines in Almaden and Idrija. Lake Bled and Ljubljana, the country’s capital, remain the two most visited tourist spots in Slovenia.