For every Miami resident more than 16 tourists arrive each year, making it the city with the highest visitor-to-local ratio in the world.
The Florida city came out top in new data – only 500,000 residents call it home, but 8.1 million tourists visit each year. Las Vegas ranked second with a larger population (700,000) but fewer annual visitors (9.9 million), followed by Dubai, where you’ll find 588 visitors for every 100 residents.
In Edinburgh, annual tourists outnumber locals by more than four to one. It has a population of half a million and welcomes 2.4 million visitors every year, making it the most tourist-heavy metropolis in Europe compared to the number of its inhabitants, and fourth…
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