Most Visited Countries in the World

Do you want to find out which are the countries most visited by tourists? Here is a list of top 5 countries which tourists from all over the world prefer for the picturesque beauty and the diverse attractions they offer. People also visit these nations for business purpose-
5. Italy: 43.6 million visitors
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The rich art, cuisine, history, culture and the beautiful coastline and beaches, mountains, and invaluable ancient monuments of Italy are some of the factors which attract tourists to this marvelous country and undoubtedly the number of visitors will keep on increasing. Venice, a city in Italy built on small islands joined by bridges is one of the best romantic gateways Europe offers and St. Mark's Square, Doge's Palace, and Palazzo Grassi are some of the astonishing places here .The nights in Rome are dedicated to dances and music, and people can enjoy these performances in the beautiful night, taking a sip of Italian wine or tasting the delicious cuisines of Rome. The Colosseum, the Pantheon, Trevi fountain are some of the incredible attractions of this place which one cannot afford to miss.

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1: i wish to experience all above stated.. I really happy by those things
Posted by: Shrikat Shiledar - 12 Dec, 2013
2: which come to known by your web
Shrikant Shiledar replied to: Shrikat Shiledar post - 12 Dec, 2013
3: I read that India received 6.5 million visitors in 2012.
And China? Hold your breath - the figure is 57 million.
So what's the matter with India?
I believe it is the old story - dirt, disease, disorder.

1. Subodh Kant Sahay (former Tourism Minister) admitted: “Many tourist spots are very unhygienic and the maintenance of these places is very difficult. People ask me:
’Mr Sahay you may speak of the 5,000-year-old history of India, but why is your country so dirty?’” [Tehelka online, 08 Aug 2013]

2. Time magazine reported in Oct 2009 that "110 million households [about 600 million people or 55% of India’s populaton] remain without access to a toilet and ¾ of the country’s surface water is contaminated by human and agri waste. More than a half a million children die each year from preventable water- and sanitation related diseases like diarrhoea, cholera and hepatitis.

Any hope for India?

Posted by: Eddie - 29 Aug, 2013
4: Hope for the best to come...by 2030 per capita income of india increases by 4 times as of now as predicted by world economy overview ..may be then the hygiene and life style factors would observe up gradation..currently its true that 50% indian population remains without access to toilets or family hygiene necessities.
Sanjeev Sharma replied to: Eddie post - 05 Oct, 2013
5: i wonder where that 50 percent is !
I'm a keralite and i am pretty sure that all homes have toilets here.. Had trouble finding public toilets in the state, but the government took necessary action by introducing e-toilets through out the state, which has been a boon especially for ladies. I wonder why the indian government cannot make a move to give awareness for educationally backward states in the country..
sapnil mukund replied to: Sanjeev Sharma post - 23 Nov, 2013
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