The bar chart shows the forecast visits to four European cities, London, Paris, Madrid and Istanbul, from three countries the United States, Canada and Mexico.
The US represents the highest number of expected travellers by a large margin, followed by Canada, then Mexico. In 2018, the most popular destination overall is expected to be Paris and the least popular is Istanbul.
In the future, Americans’ most popular destination will be Paris at 100 thousand visits and the least Istanbul at 60,000; Madrid’s expected travellers from the USA reach 70,000 and London’s 80,000. In 2018, Istanbul will be the most popular for Canadians at 70,000 followed by London and Paris at 50,000 and 45,000, and the least desirable is Madrid at just 30,000 expected visits. For Mexicans, Madrid will be by far the most popular destination, just over 60,000, the other cities only will reach between 20,000 and 25,000.
To summarise the graph shows that each country has widely varying preferences, the most marked being Mexico’s preference for Madrid, America’s favourite would be Paris and Canada’s Istanbul.
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The bar chart displays the number of visitors from three countries expected in four European cities in 2018, displayed in thousands per year.
Overall, it can be seen that the USA is expected to send more tourists than either of the other two countries, while it is projected that Mexico will send the least; each country also has a strong preference with regard to destination.
The preferred destination for travellers from the USA is expected to be Paris, at around 100,000 tourists in 2018, which is the largest number of visitors expected in any of the cities. Three of the cities are projected to receive more visitors from America than anywhere else, except for Istanbul, which is thought to be the preferred destination for people from Canada in 2018 with around 70,000 visitors.
Canada is expected to send more tourists to these cities than Mexico, except in the case of Madrid, which will be the least popular among tourists originating from Canada (30,000), but the most popular with those from Mexico (65,000).