The top 10 US cities with the most international travelers in the first half of 2018 were: Lubbock, TX: 1,788,000 people (16% of all travelers) Lubbock is the second most populous US city and home to more than one million people, with the second-largest city metro area.
The area has been one of the nation’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas in recent years, and is considered one of America’s most diverse.
Lubbocks population has increased from about 6,000 in the 1980s to nearly 17,000 now.
Orlando, FL: 2,979,000 (16.6%) The Orlando metropolitan area is home to the University of Central Florida, which attracts many students and workers from around the world.
It is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States.
The area has the second largest city metro in the nation, and the largest college campus in the country.
There are a few major college campuses in the Orlando area: the University at Central Florida (UACC), which houses more than 5,000 students; and the Florida Atlantic University, which houses nearly 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
“It’s really interesting that Orlando is actually the second place in the U.S. for the largest number of international visitors, and that it’s the number one city for the number of people from China,” said Daniel Sommers, a doctoral candidate at the University’s College of Business Administration.
Other top US cities that had the most people from overseas were: New York City: 1.2 million (6.7% of the total) The city has had an influx of international travelers over the past year.
The influx is fueled by a rise in the number and number of visitors from Asia, as well as increased spending on hotel rooms and other accommodations for tourists.
New York is home for many major universities, and it is also home to New York’s largest concentration of doctors, dentists, and optometrists.
Los Angeles: 1 million (5.3%) Losing the majority of its population, the city is now home to an increasing number of Chinese nationals, many of whom work as hotel employees, who often come from Beijing.
Los Angeles is also the home of many of the largest entertainment venues, including The Hollywood Palladium and the Staples Center, and also home of major attractions like Disneyland.
Miami: 1 billion (10.6% of global GDP) While not among the most populous cities in the world, Miami is among the largest, and its metropolitan area includes one of most populous metropolitan areas of any city in the US.
With a population of about 5 million, Miami has become one of major destinations for American and foreign tourists alike.
Mexico City: 9.3 billion (22.6%).
The Mexican capital is home of the Mexico City metro area, the largest of the Mexican cities.
It is also one of Mexico’s largest cities, with more than 9.2 billion people.
Mexico City is the capital of Mexico, and serves as the largest city of Mexico City.
The metro area is the third-largest in the Mexican states of Guanajuato, Coahuila, and Oaxaca.
Washington, DC: 7.7 billion (18.6%), With more than half the population in the capital, Washington, DC has seen a surge in international visitors over the last two years.
In 2018, the area saw more than 50,000 international visitors.
More: US metro areas with the highest foreign tourists in 2018 The top 20 US cities for international visitors in 2018, according to a report by the University: Largest metro area: Orlando (US); Orlando metro area (US), Metro Area (US) Second-largest metro area metro area; Los Angeles (US)/San Diego (US).
Top cities with highest number of foreign tourists: Chicago (US)–1,972,000; Houston (US)-1,803,000.
Top cities for foreign tourists by population: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Long Island-San Diego-Orange County (US)* New York (US)—1,717,000* Dallas (US)(US)-986,000(NY)-1.9 million(TX)-1 million(NC)-837,000 Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue (US, excluding the Metro area) Washington DC (US/Metropolitan area)* Miami-Fort Lauderdale (US-metropolitan area) Atlanta (US metro area)* Boston-Cambridge-Quincy (MA metro area) Boston (MA) Minneapolis-St. Paul (MN metro area)(MN) Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson (IN metro area)-843,000 Indianapolis (IN) Charlotte (NC metro area)–8