Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia are countries with the biggest growth in the number of tourists in the region, according to UNWTO World Tourism Barometer.
The number of tourists in Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina grew in 2017 by 23.5 and 18.7 percent respectively, more than in any other country in the region. Slovenia (18.3%), Serbia (16.8%), Albania (14.1%), Croatia and Montenegro (12.9% each) have also recorded significant growth in the number of tourists.
Annual revenues from tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, stood at USD 826 million in 2017 - USD 102 million more than in 2016 and USD 232 million more than in 2010.
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