This study reveals the top and worst performers among global tourist destinations. According to the survey, countries with code USA and GRC perform better than countries with other codes. However, the worst performers are China, Greece, and the United Kingdom. The United States is the most visited global tourist destination, followed by Japan and Australia. Here’s a look at the top countries on the list. Also, check out the top 10 worst performers by country.
North America and the Middle East are two of the world’s most visited regions, bringing in almost 130 million tourists each year. The Middle East receives close to 60 million visitors each year. With this number of international tourists, it’s no wonder that the United States is the world’s top destination. But, what are these countries’ top tourism destinations? And how can we best get to them? Keep reading. We’ll give you an idea of what makes these countries so popular.
Istanbul is a city that attracts tourists for its historical sites and its modern skyscrapers. Compared to other cities, the tourists of Mecca and Dubai spend more money on their stays in these cities. Istanbul is the second largest city in Turkey, and is popular for its skyline and mosques. The most popular tourist destination in Southeast Asia is Bali. It’s a popular yachting destination, and was once a major Roman port.
Another top tourist destination is Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Though it’s not a particularly challenging mountain to climb, a trip to the roof of Africa is worth it. The Redwood National Park and the Great Bear Rainforest are also popular. While some travellers choose to visit these areas for only a day, others prefer to stay longer. In each case, there is no limit to the number of tourists who visit these regions.
This study evaluates 15 major destinations in the world. It looks at the performance of these countries from 2009 to 2014, incorporating the four main factors that influence the performance of tourism. It then uses the TOPSIS method to convert each factor into a single score. Once these scores are calculated, the countries are ordered according to their ranking. The resulting ratings are based on the overall performance of tourism in a country. It’s important to note that the ranking of these destinations is not based on a single factor, but rather on a composite of factors.