UK is one of the most visiting countries in the world. Every year to the UK come about 30 million foreign tourists from different countries. Among the foreign tourists visiting United Kingdom most part are citizens of U.S., France and Germany. Residents of the UK are travel lovers too.
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Germany is one of the most visited by tourists’ country in Europe. Germany is also considered as one of the safest countries for tourists. One of the common tourism volume indicators is the number of overnight stays in hotels. According to statistics, in 2010, the number of overnight stays in hotels of Germany was about 380.3 million. It is one of the best in Europe.
Many people like to travel. The number of tourist trips was increasing in last years. We like to visit different countries and see all interesting places with own eyes. One of the most popular among tourists country in Europe is Sweden. Tourist industry of this northern country was growing most rapidly among north European countries in recent years.
The Canary Islands are worldwide known as one of the best holiday destination. The Canary Islands climate attracts here tourists all year around. The islands have a subtropical climate, with long warm summers and moderately warm winters. Here never is cold. Temperatures in the Canary Islands are rarely dispensed below 15°C in winter. There is rarely too hot in summer. The water temperature is nearly constant throughout the year and does not fall below 20°C.
Norway - a country situated in northern Europe, in Scandinavia. Norway has a unique, unforgettable nature. Nature of Norway has a strong impression on tourists.
Finland is a relatively small country (in comparison with a nearby Russia) located on the north-west Europe. In terms of area, it is the eighth largest country in Europe and the most sparsely populated country in the European Union. A considerable part of its territory lies above the Arctic Circle (25%). It is bordered by Sweden to the west, Norway to the north, Russia to the east and Estonia to the south (over the Gulf of Finland). The south and west coasts of the country are washed by the Baltic Sea. Length of Finland coastline (excluding islands) is about 46,000 km.