Top Nationalities of Foreign Travelers to the U.S., 2011

The U.S. Travel Association tracks the nationalities of foreigners who visit the United States. In 2011, more Canadians traveled to the U.S. than residents of any other country.

  Residence of
travelers
to the U.S.
2011 Arrivals
 1. Canada 21 million
2. Mexico 13.4 million
3. United Kingdom 3.8 million
4. Japan 3.3 million
5. Germany 1.8 million
6. Brazil 1.51 million
7. France 1.50 million
8. South Korea 1.15 million
9. China 1.09 million
10. Australia 1.04 million
11. Italy 892,000
12. Spain 700,000
13. India 663,000
14. Netherlands 601,000
15. Venezuela 561,000
Total foreign tourists, all countries 49,570,225
Source: Office of Travel and Tourism Industries/International Trade Administration. Web: www.tia.org

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