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The ranking of the 100 world cities that receive more tourists

The ranking of the 100 cities in the world to receive more foreign tourists is headed by three major cities in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Barcelona occupies position 23 of this ranking (losing a place) while Madrid is ranked at the 31 (losing three places) this is a global classification of the urban tourism.

The list has been prepared by the firm “Euromonitor International” and this list is based on the number of arrivals no overnight stays, registered in 2012. According to Euromonitor highlights, tourist arrivals to the ranking of 100 cities increased 6.6 % annual rate, exceeding the 4.2% growth in international travel that occurred worldwide in 2012.

Furthermore in the top 10, six cities are in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Macau & Kuala Lumpur. The rises of Asian cities can be explained by the growth of their emerging economies, especially China.

For example, Chinese tourist arrivals to Hong Kong rose to 11 % and represents 63.5 % of all visits. This former British colony received 23.77 million tourists (+6.5 %) in 2012. The three Asian cities welcoming the greater amount of tourists are Hong-Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. complete with Singapore, to 21.3 million passengers (+7.7 %) and Bangkok with 15.8 million (+14.6 %).

London is the first European city ranked in the fourth position (losing a place) with 15.4 million visitors (+2.3 %). Despite hosting the Olympic Games in the summer of 2012 the UK faced a decrease of its international arrivals. Indeed the arrival of foreign visitors fell about 5 % in July 2012.

The first American city is New York, in eighth position, with 11.6 million foreign tourists (+8.9 %). Paris is tenth with 9.7 million international travellers (+3.3 %). The first Spanish city in the ranking is Barcelona, which is ranked 23 (losing a place), with 5.45 million foreign tourists in 2012, up 0.5%.

Moreover, the Euromonitor report highlights five best and worst cities in 2012. Tokyo was the most successful, with an increase in arrivals of 47% (taking into account the fall of 2011 after the tsunami and the Fukushima disaster). Madrid is included in the five cities that were worse, as international tourism in the Spanish capital fell to 6%, to stand at 4.11 million arrivals of foreign visitors.


Come to Barcelona to make it blossom!

The ranking of the 100 cities in the world to receive more foreign tourists is headed by three major cities in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Barcelona occupies position 23 of this ranking (losing a place) while Madrid is ranked at the 31 (losing three places) this is a global classification of the urban tourism.

The list has been prepared by the firm “Euromonitor International” and this list is based on the number of arrivals no overnight stays, registered in 2012. According to Euromonitor highlights, tourist arrivals to the ranking of 100 cities increased 6.6 % annual rate, exceeding the 4.2% growth in international travel that occurred worldwide in 2012.

Furthermore in the top 10, six cities are in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Macau & Kuala Lumpur. The rises of Asian cities can be explained by the growth of their emerging economies, especially China.

For example, Chinese tourist arrivals to Hong Kong rose to 11 % and represents 63.5 % of all visits. This former British colony received 23.77 million tourists (+6.5 %) in 2012. The three Asian cities welcoming the greater amount of tourists are Hong-Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. complete with Singapore, to 21.3 million passengers (+7.7 %) and Bangkok with 15.8 million (+14.6 %).

London is the first European city ranked in the fourth position (losing a place) with 15.4 million visitors (+2.3 %). Despite hosting the Olympic Games in the summer of 2012 the UK faced a decrease of its international arrivals. Indeed the arrival of foreign visitors fell about 5 % in July 2012.

The first American city is New York, in eighth position, with 11.6 million foreign tourists (+8.9 %). Paris is tenth with 9.7 million international travellers (+3.3 %). The first Spanish city in the ranking is Barcelona, which is ranked 23 (losing a place), with 5.45 million foreign tourists in 2012, up 0.5%.

Moreover, the Euromonitor report highlights five best and worst cities in 2012. Tokyo was the most successful, with an increase in arrivals of 47% (taking into account the fall of 2011 after the tsunami and the Fukushima disaster). Madrid is included in the five cities that were worse, as international tourism in the Spanish capital fell to 6%, to stand at 4.11 million arrivals of foreign visitors.


Come to Barcelona to make it blossom!

The ranking of the 100 cities in the world to receive more foreign tourists is headed by three major cities in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Barcelona occupies position 23 of this ranking (losing a place) while Madrid is ranked at the 31 (losing three places) this is a global classification of the urban tourism.

The list has been prepared by the firm “Euromonitor International” and this list is based on the number of arrivals no overnight stays, registered in 2012. According to Euromonitor highlights, tourist arrivals to the ranking of 100 cities increased 6.6 % annual rate, exceeding the 4.2% growth in international travel that occurred worldwide in 2012.

Furthermore in the top 10, six cities are in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Macau & Kuala Lumpur. The rises of Asian cities can be explained by the growth of their emerging economies, especially China.

For example, Chinese tourist arrivals to Hong Kong rose to 11 % and represents 63.5 % of all visits. This former British colony received 23.77 million tourists (+6.5 %) in 2012. The three Asian cities welcoming the greater amount of tourists are Hong-Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. complete with Singapore, to 21.3 million passengers (+7.7 %) and Bangkok with 15.8 million (+14.6 %).

London is the first European city ranked in the fourth position (losing a place) with 15.4 million visitors (+2.3 %). Despite hosting the Olympic Games in the summer of 2012 the UK faced a decrease of its international arrivals. Indeed the arrival of foreign visitors fell about 5 % in July 2012.

The first American city is New York, in eighth position, with 11.6 million foreign tourists (+8.9 %). Paris is tenth with 9.7 million international travellers (+3.3 %). The first Spanish city in the ranking is Barcelona, which is ranked 23 (losing a place), with 5.45 million foreign tourists in 2012, up 0.5%.

Moreover, the Euromonitor report highlights five best and worst cities in 2012. Tokyo was the most successful, with an increase in arrivals of 47% (taking into account the fall of 2011 after the tsunami and the Fukushima disaster). Madrid is included in the five cities that were worse, as international tourism in the Spanish capital fell to 6%, to stand at 4.11 million arrivals of foreign visitors.


Come to Barcelona to make it blossom!

The ranking of the 100 cities in the world to receive more foreign tourists is headed by three major cities in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Barcelona occupies position 23 of this ranking (losing a place) while Madrid is ranked at the 31 (losing three places) this is a global classification of the urban tourism.

The list has been prepared by the firm “Euromonitor International” and this list is based on the number of arrivals no overnight stays, registered in 2012. According to Euromonitor highlights, tourist arrivals to the ranking of 100 cities increased 6.6 % annual rate, exceeding the 4.2% growth in international travel that occurred worldwide in 2012.

Furthermore in the top 10, six cities are in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Macau & Kuala Lumpur. The rises of Asian cities can be explained by the growth of their emerging economies, especially China.

For example, Chinese tourist arrivals to Hong Kong rose to 11 % and represents 63.5 % of all visits. This former British colony received 23.77 million tourists (+6.5 %) in 2012. The three Asian cities welcoming the greater amount of tourists are Hong-Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. complete with Singapore, to 21.3 million passengers (+7.7 %) and Bangkok with 15.8 million (+14.6 %).

London is the first European city ranked in the fourth position (losing a place) with 15.4 million visitors (+2.3 %). Despite hosting the Olympic Games in the summer of 2012 the UK faced a decrease of its international arrivals. Indeed the arrival of foreign visitors fell about 5 % in July 2012.

The first American city is New York, in eighth position, with 11.6 million foreign tourists (+8.9 %). Paris is tenth with 9.7 million international travellers (+3.3 %). The first Spanish city in the ranking is Barcelona, which is ranked 23 (losing a place), with 5.45 million foreign tourists in 2012, up 0.5%.

Moreover, the Euromonitor report highlights five best and worst cities in 2012. Tokyo was the most successful, with an increase in arrivals of 47% (taking into account the fall of 2011 after the tsunami and the Fukushima disaster). Madrid is included in the five cities that were worse, as international tourism in the Spanish capital fell to 6%, to stand at 4.11 million arrivals of foreign visitors.


Come to Barcelona to make it blossom!

The ranking of the 100 cities in the world to receive more foreign tourists is headed by three major cities in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Barcelona occupies position 23 of this ranking (losing a place) while Madrid is ranked at the 31 (losing three places) this is a global classification of the urban tourism.

The list has been prepared by the firm “Euromonitor International” and this list is based on the number of arrivals no overnight stays, registered in 2012. According to Euromonitor highlights, tourist arrivals to the ranking of 100 cities increased 6.6 % annual rate, exceeding the 4.2% growth in international travel that occurred worldwide in 2012.

Furthermore in the top 10, six cities are in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Macau & Kuala Lumpur. The rises of Asian cities can be explained by the growth of their emerging economies, especially China.

For example, Chinese tourist arrivals to Hong Kong rose to 11 % and represents 63.5 % of all visits. This former British colony received 23.77 million tourists (+6.5 %) in 2012. The three Asian cities welcoming the greater amount of tourists are Hong-Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. complete with Singapore, to 21.3 million passengers (+7.7 %) and Bangkok with 15.8 million (+14.6 %).

London is the first European city ranked in the fourth position (losing a place) with 15.4 million visitors (+2.3 %). Despite hosting the Olympic Games in the summer of 2012 the UK faced a decrease of its international arrivals. Indeed the arrival of foreign visitors fell about 5 % in July 2012.

The first American city is New York, in eighth position, with 11.6 million foreign tourists (+8.9 %). Paris is tenth with 9.7 million international travellers (+3.3 %). The first Spanish city in the ranking is Barcelona, which is ranked 23 (losing a place), with 5.45 million foreign tourists in 2012, up 0.5%.

Moreover, the Euromonitor report highlights five best and worst cities in 2012. Tokyo was the most successful, with an increase in arrivals of 47% (taking into account the fall of 2011 after the tsunami and the Fukushima disaster). Madrid is included in the five cities that were worse, as international tourism in the Spanish capital fell to 6%, to stand at 4.11 million arrivals of foreign visitors.


Come to Barcelona to make it blossom!

The ranking of the 100 cities in the world to receive more foreign tourists is headed by three major cities in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Barcelona occupies position 23 of this ranking (losing a place) while Madrid is ranked at the 31 (losing three places) this is a global classification of the urban tourism.

The list has been prepared by the firm “Euromonitor International” and this list is based on the number of arrivals no overnight stays, registered in 2012. According to Euromonitor highlights, tourist arrivals to the ranking of 100 cities increased 6.6 % annual rate, exceeding the 4.2% growth in international travel that occurred worldwide in 2012.

Furthermore in the top 10, six cities are in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Macau & Kuala Lumpur. The rises of Asian cities can be explained by the growth of their emerging economies, especially China.

For example, Chinese tourist arrivals to Hong Kong rose to 11 % and represents 63.5 % of all visits. This former British colony received 23.77 million tourists (+6.5 %) in 2012. The three Asian cities welcoming the greater amount of tourists are Hong-Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. complete with Singapore, to 21.3 million passengers (+7.7 %) and Bangkok with 15.8 million (+14.6 %).

London is the first European city ranked in the fourth position (losing a place) with 15.4 million visitors (+2.3 %). Despite hosting the Olympic Games in the summer of 2012 the UK faced a decrease of its international arrivals. Indeed the arrival of foreign visitors fell about 5 % in July 2012.

The first American city is New York, in eighth position, with 11.6 million foreign tourists (+8.9 %). Paris is tenth with 9.7 million international travellers (+3.3 %). The first Spanish city in the ranking is Barcelona, which is ranked 23 (losing a place), with 5.45 million foreign tourists in 2012, up 0.5%.

Moreover, the Euromonitor report highlights five best and worst cities in 2012. Tokyo was the most successful, with an increase in arrivals of 47% (taking into account the fall of 2011 after the tsunami and the Fukushima disaster). Madrid is included in the five cities that were worse, as international tourism in the Spanish capital fell to 6%, to stand at 4.11 million arrivals of foreign visitors.


Come to Barcelona to make it blossom!

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