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Countries that Visit Florida the Most

Can you name the 15 countries that sent the most visitors to Florida in the year 2022?
Not including the USA itself
Quiz by Stewart
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Last updated: February 27, 2023
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First submittedFebruary 11, 2018
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Visitors
Country
2.79 mil
Canada
1.11 mil
United Kingdom
709 k
Brazil
560 k
Colombia
443 k
Mexico
354 k
Argentina
259 k
Germany
240 k
Chile
Visitors
Country
196 k
Ecuador
188 k
Peru
187 k
Spain
175 k
France
169 k
Bahamas
161 k
Venezuela
146 k
Dominican Republic
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Level 82
Mar 10, 2018
no Cuba?
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Level 77
Mar 10, 2018
Unofficially?
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Level 87
Mar 10, 2018
No USA?
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Level 68
Mar 10, 2018
Florida is in the US! It can't visit itself!
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Level 57
Mar 10, 2018
Why not? I've been to Florida many times and I am from the USA.
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Level 68
Mar 10, 2018
Primarily because there's no border between Florida and its neighbouring states, so it would be impossible to track the number of people who actually visited the state. Even if you just tracked flights, you won't have to fill out a visa form or anything so it would be extremely difficult for the government to track who's visiting and who's coming back. Either way, if it was possible to track it would be at the top of the list for sure.
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Level 73
Aug 8, 2018
*No international border (just for the nitpickers out there)
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Level 70
Aug 8, 2018
but then how do they track the number of tourists in the Schengen Area (Europe)? we don't need to do anything when we travel to other countries either
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Level 35
Aug 10, 2018
@Etanna bc they document the country you arrive in if you arrive from a non-Schengen country. For the Schengen Area, some countries have you stop at border patrol areas, but they don’t require passports. Other numbers are estimates.
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Level 77
Jan 23, 2020
Don't you have to fill in your details at the hotel? My understanding is that they gather the data from these cards in bulk. Like so and so many overnight stays from country x, so and so many from country y. And maybe an estimate for daytrips?
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Level 82
Jan 24, 2020
In Schengen they track hotel arrivals yeah. It's not unique visitors, nor day trippers. International airport/border arrivals are different statistics.
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Level 75
Mar 5, 2023
I'm Canadian and was in Georgia and Alabama last summer. Was I in Florida as well? I know, but these stats don't.
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Level 36
Mar 10, 2018
Exactly
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Level 44
Jul 8, 2018
LOL
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Level 82
Aug 8, 2018
Shocking that there are more visitors from the Netherlands, Spain, or Venezuela than come in from China or Japan... but I guess maybe this is because there are few direct flights to Florida from Asia, so they are counted as first visiting Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, New York, or wherever their connecting flight is.
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Level 56
Aug 8, 2018
A lot of international visitors come for the Disneyworld parks. In China they have 2 of these and Japan 1. There is one in Paris, but Europeans are drawn to Florida for the weather as well and also its not too far to fly to.
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Level 61
Aug 8, 2018
Also DisneyWorld Is Bigger and Somewhat better than Eurodisney in Paris
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Level 82
Aug 8, 2018
Disney World (Orlando) is a lot bigger and better than any other Disney park in the world.
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Level 68
Jan 23, 2020
And now with 2018 data, China starts making its way onto the leaderboard
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Level 87
Feb 27, 2023
And out in 2022.
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Level 72
Jul 5, 2021
Half a day is quite a long flight
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Level 62
Aug 8, 2018
I guess Venezuela wouldn't be on any more recent version if there are new stats
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Level 87
Feb 27, 2023
It didn't say how many go BACK afterwards.
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Level 89
Aug 8, 2018
North Florida should accepted as a foreign country.
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Level 70
Aug 8, 2018
And all 886,000+ from Brazil go to Disneyworld- all at once! LOL I went one October, suppose to be a slow time, and there were hundreds of school groups from Brazil there.
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Level 73
Oct 4, 2018
I had the same experience visiting Universal Studios in Florida. The entire place was packed with Brazilian high school sports teams. That's why I guessed Brazil first for this quiz.
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Level 85
Jan 23, 2020
I almost forgot Colombia, and then I remembered Miami Vice. :-)
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Level 88
Jan 24, 2020
In these kind of quizzes, Germany is always a right answer. No mather where I go, there's always Germans. They travel so much!
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Level 69
Jan 27, 2020
I actually expected Australia to be on here, despite the distance. Now THAT is one crazy traveling country!
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Level 55
Jun 23, 2020
Easy!
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Level 68
Aug 27, 2020
I was a bit surprised about Japan not being on the list but then I remembered they have their own Disneyland.
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Level 53
Nov 30, 2020
*casually guesses USA*
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Level 88
Feb 27, 2023
I'm a bit curious. The population of the Bahamas is about 410K -- 169K is over 40%. Over 40% of everyone went there in 2022? I'm wondering if there was some sort of special event or something. Or a calculation error.
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Level 68
Feb 27, 2023
I would imagine these are unique visits, not unique visitors. So a person can be counted more than once.
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Level 88
Feb 27, 2023
That makes sense, there may be people who travel over many times over the year.
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Level 70
Feb 28, 2023
I too immediately looked up the population of the Bahamas. I was a bit surprised to learn there were even 160,000 people.
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Level 77
Oct 31, 2023
I expected a bit more Europe on this quiz. Call me surprised.