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Tourist countries classification
There are many factors through which the best tourist countries are classified, as the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is responsible for that, and the organization issues the list of best countries three times per year, and the most important factors that depend on the classification are: the number of tourists For the state, the extent of government spending on tourism and its services, the availability of transportation in all its forms, and sites that carry heritage and values.
The best tourist countries
France ranks first on the world’s tourist countries, with annually more than 83 million visitors coming to the country, and despite that, it ranks third in terms of tourism income, and the country has 37 sites listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List, and the country contains a lot of Beaches and coastal resorts, more than two hundred classified gardens, and among the most important main destinations that every visitor to France is keen to visit are: the Louvre Museum which is the most visited art museum in the world, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysées Street, the Palace of Versailles, the Arc de Triomphe, the Pompidou Center, Mont Saint Michel and Cha Fort Mbour, Chateau de Haut, Puy de Dome, Picasso Museum and Carcassonne.
United States of America
The United States contains many natural wonders, cities and historical monuments, and places of entertainment, and the country is one of the fastest countries that grew rapidly in urban areas during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, and the country annually attracts more than 63 million visitors, and the value of the country’s income Tourism includes more than US $ 10.9 billion, and the most prominent tourist areas in the states are: Times Square, Central Park, Union Station, Grand Central Station, Magic Kingdom, Disneyland Resort, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, Faneuil Hall Market, and Balboa Park, bridge Mackinac, and Pierre Naval.
The country ranks third after the states of Italy and China in terms of the number of world heritage sites by 44 sites, and the most famous attractions are: Burgos Cathedral, the monastery and the royal site of the Escorial, the cave of Altamira, Santiago de Compostela, the monastery of Polit, the monastery, the Donana National Park, Santa Maria de Guadalupe and Palau Catalonia.
Tourism in China has grown significantly in the past few decades, since the beginning of the era of reform and opening up, and the country ranks third on the world’s number of tourists by 56 million visitors, and the country’s revenue is about 185 billion US dollars, and the most famous tourist sites in the country are: Changbai Mountains, Grand Canal, Great Wall of China, Silk Road, Jiuhua Mountain, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven, Wudang Mountains, Mount Tai, and Potala Palace.