World's top tourism destinations 2014

Paris – 3,552,509 Vienna – 2,908,051 Beijing – 1,248,624 Copenhagen – 1,166,908 London – 1,045,533 Dubai – 875,932 Mumbai – 848,506 Malaysia – 734,789 Bangkok – 674,602 Copenhagen – 579,568 Bangkok – 528,882 Copenhagen – 514,569 Accra – 496,732 Accra – 487,072 Accra – 445,782 Accra – 441,594 Accra – 435,195 Accra – 430,330 Bangkok – 411,908 Bangkok – 384,714 Bangkok – 369. 1. Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda is a popular destination for tourists who visit the island for a short visit or for a longer stay. This is especially true when it comes to retirees, who are the largest group of international tourists. Antigua and Barbuda is also one of the most popular destinations for those who want to relax and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. This is especially true for those who are not taking advantage of the great accommodations or vacation you have been given. 2.

Barbados The island is an ideal destination for those who have several months to live on Barbados. Those who plan on staying on Barbados for a significant period of time will find many options for entertainment, sports and shopping. The town of St. John is the most popular place to stay and many locals offer free tours to those visiting the island.

3. Greece – 4.8 million, with a significant number of visitors from Turkey Italy – 1.2 million Denmark – 1.1 million France – 944,000 Germany & Austria – 765,000 Spain – 690,000 Italy – 687,000 United Kingdom – 625,000 France – 515,000 Riyad Marhaba, CEO of the World Tourism Organization, said, "The number of foreign tourists heading to these destinations in the first quarter of 2018 was up over 1.5 times compared to the same period last year. Tourism remains a key driver to a strong economy and to the growth of the local economy. The increase in tourists also includes a high number of European citizens, as well as their tourists. This has been a good sign for the tourism industry. 1.

Sydney 2. New York 3. Jakarta 4. Manila 5. Osaka 6. Hong Kong 7. Paris 8. Madrid 9.

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Istanbul 10. Seoul 1. Sydney 2. New York 3.

Jakarta 4. Manila 5. Osaka 6. Hong Kong 7.

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Paris 8. Madrid 9. Istanbul 10.

1. Bangkok, Thailand 2. Jakarta, Indonesia 3. Cancun, Mexico 4.

Hong Kong, China 5. Honolulu, Hawaii 6. Las Vegas, Nevada 7. London, England 8.

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Rome, Italy 9. Rome, Italy 10. Taipei, Taiwan The World Tourism Organization reports that in 2018, the world's travel market is expected to reach $43.5 billion. As the world's second most popular destination, the world's travel market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 12.3 percent. As of 2016, the world's travel market was expected to grow by 13 percent. According to the World Tourism Organization, the number of international travelers increased by 12.8 percent in 2017 to a new high, reaching 5.6 million international travelers. Algeria Algeria is the most visited country in the world, with over 2,200,000 tourists traveling to the country in 2018.

The country's tourism industry, which includes hotels, restaurants, and tour operators, contributed $9.62 billion in revenue in 2015, according to the World Tourism Organization. Based on 2004 to 2015 data, the country's economic output per capita reached $7,529 in 2015. There are several major tourist destinations in the country, including the city of Timbuktu, the historic city of Gao and the UNESCO-listed city of Timbuktu. Afghanistan Afghanistan was ranked as the fourth most visited country in the world in 2018 by the World Tourism Organization. The country's tourism industry contributed $8.11 billion in revenue in 2015, the World Tourism Organization reported. 1. Bali This is the third most-visited destination in Indonesia in 2018. While its renowned beaches and natural beauty are well-known, it's the resort and lifestyle that attracts the most international tourists.

2. Malibu Malibu has long been a popular destination for Hollywood celebrities and visitors. The resort and lifestyle is smooth, laid-back and easygoing.

3. Las Vegas The city boasts the first casino in the United States. It's also the place known for its bikinis and other bikini-related clothing.