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The relatively affluent Spanish love to travel within Spain: a widely diverse country with beaches, mountains, deserts, and more. Maybe they travel to escape the tourists, 65 million of which visit Spain every year, making it the third most visited country in the world. Though Spaniards are 15 times more likely to travel domestically, when Spaniards do travel abroad, they prefer to visit London, Amsterdam, and Berlin.
Germans are frequent and easily spotted travelers. A common example in the travel industry compares a French and German family visiting Disney World. The French family will stay in Orlando for the week while the German family will split half their time at the parks before heading to the beaches. Germans consistently enjoy and book beach holidays, preferring?countries in Europe such as Spain and Italy. Despite their love of warm, sandy beaches, Germans take twice as many domestic trips as international.
13. United Kingdom
You may be surprised to learn that all island countries on this list actually travel less abroad than within the country (except for Singapore). On average, Brits travel three times per year with two of those within the British Isles. Despite Britain s position as a major global economy, Brits travel more for leisure than for work with two out of three international trips purely for vacation.
The country famous for timepieces and chocolate is no stranger to taking trips afield. The Swiss are some of Europe s most frequent travelers with each person taking 1.6 jaunts abroad on average every year. Despite the breathtaking Alpine lakes and skiing opportunities, Switzerland brings in less than 2% of visitors to Europe.
Austria is home to one of the most travelling nationalities in the world. Among Europeans, Austrians book the farthest in advance, about 72 days before a holiday. Whereas other cold country living people enjoy beach getaways, Austrians prefer to go on social vacations or visit family and friends.
The Japanese are similar travelers to #2 on our list in terms of travel habits. Coming from a country with a rich history (and possibly due in part to its history of isolationism), the Japanese much prefer to travel within the country than abroad. Though each person generally takes 2.3 trips per year, 2.2 of those are within the country. With volcanoes, mountains, beaches, and massive metropolises, Japan has plenty for its citizens to visit.
The Dutch are the most charitable nationality in the world, giving more money per capita to charity than any other country. Most Dutch people (and nearly all Dutch people under 30 years old) speak fluent English, making them more comfortable to travel. Despite being from such a small country, the Dutch travel inwards as much as outwards with each person taking, on average, at least one inward and outward bound trip per year.
Mexicans travel more domestically than any other country so far on our list. Large extended families, like in Italy, and the country s long cultural history as the founder of multiple civilizations (including the Olmec, Toltec, Zapotec, Maya, and Aztec) play a major role in high domestic travel. Other nationalities have recognized the vivacity of Mexican culture and the numerous important cultural sites which bring in nearly 30 million tourists each year, making Mexico the tenth most visited country in the world.
Italy: the country most people dream of visiting. Its bright blue Mediterranean shores, legendary gastronomy, and rich history has shaped the boot country. With such diversity, Italians are the 19th most travelled people in the world. Most trips are domestic ? likely to visit large extended families or religious monuments ? but Italians, like other higher income Europeans, are often seen on the move around the continent as well.
Asia s most influential city according to Forbes, Singapore is a city state group of islands and one of Asia s most economically prosperous and important zones. One of the smallest countries on Earth, Singapore sees its citizens travel abroad 80 times more than they do domestically, the second largest imbalance on this list. Due to the country s role as one of the primary Asian business hubs, many Singaporeans (who often have generous incomes) frequently travel for business to other countries in Asia and to the Middle East and Europe.
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