Most visited: World's top cities for tourism

Top 20 cities based on 2017 arrivals and 2018 estimates

 

1. Hong Kong: 27,880,300 arrivals (2017) / 29,827,200 arrivals (2018)

 

2. Bangkok, Thailand: 22,453,900 arrivals (2017) / 23,688,800 arrivals (2018)

 

3. London, England: 19,827,800 arrivals (2017) / 20,715,900 arrivals (2018)

 

4. Singapore: 17,618,800 arrivals (2017) / 18,551,200 arrivals (2018)

 

5. Macau: 17,337,200 arrivals (2017) / 18,931,400 arrivals (2018)

 

6. Paris, France: 15,834,200 arrivals (2017) / 16,863,500 arrivals (2018)

 

7. Dubai, United Arab Emirates: 15,790,000 arrivals (2017) / 16,658,500 arrivals (2018)

 

8. New York City, USA: 13,100,000 arrivals (2017) / 13,500,000 arrivals (2018)

 

9. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 12,843,500 arrivals (2017) / 13,434,000 arrivals (2018)

 

10. Shenzhen, China: 12,075,100 arrivals (2017) / 12,437,300 arrivals (2018)

 

11. Phuket, Thailand: 11,613,100 arrivals (2017) / 11,945,500 arrivals (2018)

 

12. Istanbul, Turkey: 10,730,300 arrivals (2017) / 12,121,100 arrivals (2018)

 

13. Delhi, India: 10,157,000 arrivals (2017) / 12,505,300 arrivals (2018)

 

14. Tokyo, Japan: 9,549,400 arrivals (2017) / 9,896,300 arrivals (2018)

 

15. Rome, Italy: 9,531,600 arrivals (2017) / 9,703,200 arrivals (2018)

 

16. Antalya, Turkey: 9,482,400 arrivals (2017) / 10,729,300 arrivals (2018)

 

17. Taipei, Taiwan: 9,273,300 arrivals (2017) / 9,783,300 arrivals (2018)

 

18. Guangzhou, China: 9,004,800 arrivals (2017) / 9,392,000 arrivals (2018)

 

19. Mumbai, India: 8,984,900 arrivals (2017) / 10,670,100 arrivals (2018)

 

20. Prague, Czech Republic: 8,806,700 arrivals (2017) / 9,038,900 arrivals (2018)

 

 

 

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