Growth rate of international arrivals to Southern Europe and North Africa 2013-2018

Growth rate of international visitor arrivals to Southern European and North African countries between 2013 and 2018

by Jennifer Luty, last edited Jul 3, 2019
Growth rate of international arrivals to Southern Europe and North Africa 2013-2018 International tourism grew across most Southern European and North African countries between 2013 and 2018. According to the data from FVW Medien GmbH, international arrivals in Cyprus grew by almost 64 percent over the five year period. Tunisia was the only country analyzed that experienced a decline. Arrivals to Tunisia fell by 15 percent.
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Growth rate of international visitor arrivals to Southern European and North African countries between 2013 and 2018

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