The U.S. is the most cost-sensitive nation in the world for travel, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council, which released its most recent Global Travel Cost Index.
The average American is spending $1,300 per trip, while in South Korea it is $1.06 per trip.
The U, the second most expensive nation, has the lowest average cost per trip at $1 per person, the report found.
This is despite the fact that South Korea has the highest per-person cost per visit of the six countries in the survey.
The country has also been the most efficient at getting people to their destinations, according the report.
The top five destinations in the index for the U. S. are New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington D.C., and Dallas.
It’s also worth noting that the U is also the most affordable of the five countries surveyed.
In the rankings, Mexico is at No. 1, followed by the U of T in No. 2 and South Korea at No, 3.
In a statement, a spokesperson for the United Nations said, “The World Travel Cost Survey is an internationally representative measure of travel costs.
While there are many factors that impact travel, we recognise that these are just some of the factors which impact the cost of living.
We encourage countries to implement measures that will reduce the impact of these costs, including by reducing road toll charges and congestion charges.”
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