Georgia moves up 24 places in Int'l Travel, Tourism Index
Georgia moves up 24 places in Int'l Travel, Tourism Index

Georgia moved up 24 spots in World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Travel & Tourism Development Index (TTDI) 2021, the country’s National Tourism Administration said on Wednesday.

Georgia made a big jump by moving 24 places up, compared to the 68th place in 2019 and came higher than its neighbours, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey, and is ahead of some EU member states, including Croatia. It is also advanced compared to the centres of attraction of Israel, Brazil, Egypt and other global tourism, the Tourism Administration claims.

Japan came on top of the 2021 index, followed by the US, Spain, France and Germany.

Travel & Tourism Development Index (TTDI) 2021 includes 117 countries and ranks them based on the set of factors and policies that enable the sustainable and resilient development of the travel and tourism industry of each country.

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