Top U.S. States and Cities Visited by Overseas Travelers, 20111

  State/territory Number of
arrivals
  U.S. city Number of
arrivals
1. New York

9.50 million

1. New York 9.28 million
2. California 6.13 million 2. Los Angeles 3.65 million
3. Florida 5.68 million 3. Miami 2.95 million
4. Nevada 2.87 million 4. San Francisco 2.87 million
5. Hawaii 2.28 million 5. Orlando 2.78 million
6. Massachusetts 1.42 million 5. Las Vegas 2.78 million
7. Texas 1.28 million 7. Metro DC area 1.81 million
8. Illinois 1.25 million 8. Oahu/Honolulu 1.78 million
9. Guam 1.22 million 9. Boston 1.31 million
10. New Jersey 976,000 10. Chicago 1.19 million
NOTE: Includes travelers for business and pleasure, international travelers in transit through the United States, and students; excludes travel by international personnel and international businessmen employed in the United States.
1. Excludes visitors from Canada and Mexico.
Source: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Office of Travel and Tourism Industries/International Trade Administration.

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