Which country has the highest concentration of vacationers and where do they stay?
From tourist hotspots like Norway to the remote islands of Iceland, the United States has the nation’s most frequent vacationers.
Yet the United Kingdom and Germany are among the world’s best-known destinations for travelers, according to an annual ranking released Thursday by the Travel Industry Association.
The rankings are based on a survey of travel industry data, travel destinations, vacation experiences, and the economic benefits that travel brings.
The top five destinations in terms of vacationing were: Iceland, Norway, New Zealand, Australia, and Singapore.
Germany came in third, followed by Switzerland, Canada, France, and Belgium.
For travelers in other European nations, the top five are: Austria, Denmark, Germany, Italy, and Spain.
The U.K. ranked fourth.
The highest concentration is found in Canada, which has the country’s highest concentration.
Germany, Norway and New Zealand have the most frequent travelers.
In addition, the U.S. has the second-highest number of vacation-seekers per capita.
The average number of people who visited every vacation destination in the U-S.
was 4.4 people per capita in 2014.
The ranking by the industry group says the U .
S. is still among the top 10 destinations for vacationers, but it has fallen behind in the past few years.
A survey conducted by the Utopian Travel Group last year found that travel was among the best-loved aspects of the American experience, but the rankings also show it has been declining.
The travel industry’s ranking was based on survey data collected by TravelAdvisor.com.
The survey asked travelers about their experiences at different destinations around the world, such as beachside resorts, in hotels, and on cruise ships.
It also asked them to rate how many days they spent at each destination.
For the year ending Sept. 30, 2014, the average number traveled was 1.65 days.
That’s an increase of 3 days over the year before, but was below the average of 2.33 days.
The overall trend was downward, said the survey’s co-author, Stephen H. Smith, president of TravelAdvisors.com, in an interview.
While travel has been on the rise in the United State, Smith said it’s not as common in other countries, which have a relatively high number of visitors to the United Sates.
That may be a result of lower wages and the cost of living, he said.
For example, in Switzerland, the cost for a one-night stay in Zurich is $20,000 (U.S.).
In Norway, a one night stay in Oslo costs around $17,000, while in Denmark, the cheapest one-way flight in Norway costs $9,000.
Smith said the trend toward shorter stays and cheaper accommodation in some of the U.’s top destinations may also be contributing to a fall in vacationing.
The most popular destination for U.s. tourists is the U.-S.
mainland, where visitors make up almost half of the overall population, according the report.
The United Kingdom had the highest percentage of its residents visiting the United states.
In fact, in 2014, British tourists spent the most money at the United Nations in New York City, according a report from the tourism authority.
But the United Arab Emirates was second, and Japan was third, according data from TravelAdvisory.com and the World Travel and Tourism Council.
Japan, which ranked seventh on the list, is the largest economy in the Middle East, and visitors spent $7 billion on travel in 2014 compared with $3.6 billion in 2014 for the U of A, which ranks fourth.