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Central Europe and the Baltics
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International tourism, number of departures
2015,2014,2013,2012,2011,2010,2009,2008,2007,2006,2005,2004,2003,2002,2001,2000,1999,1998,1997,1996
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International tourism, number of departures

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Timeline:
This timeline shows a graph from 1996 to 2015 of Central Europe and the Baltics. No data until 1995. Number of actual observations by date: 20.
Source name:
World Development Indicators
Source organization:
World Tourism Organization, Yearbook of Tourism Statistics, Compendium of Tourism Statistics and data files.
Categories, topics:
Private Sector, Trade
Last updated:
apr 23, 2017
Indicators value changes by year
Mean:
92.337 mln
Minimum:
72.854 mln
jan 1, 1996
Maximum:
110.599 mln
jan 1, 2009
At the date of observation
Value
Absolute change
Change from previous value
jan 1, 1996
72.854 mln
+72.854 mln
0.0%
jan 1, 1997
81.37 mln
+8.516 mln
11.69%
jan 1, 1998
86.835 mln
+5.466 mln
6.72%
jan 1, 1999
88.46 mln
+1.624 mln
1.87%
jan 1, 2000
92.884 mln
+4.425 mln
5.0%
jan 1, 2001
95.837 mln
+2.952 mln
3.18%
jan 1, 2002
92.253 mln
-3.584 mln
-3.74%
jan 1, 2003
85.151 mln
-7.102 mln
-7.7%
jan 1, 2004
80.795 mln
-4.356 mln
-5.12%
jan 1, 2005
84.06 mln
+3.265 mln
4.04%
jan 1, 2006
89.502 mln
+5.441 mln
6.47%
jan 1, 2007
93.982 mln
+4.48 mln
5.01%
jan 1, 2008
103.194 mln
+9.212 mln
9.8%
jan 1, 2009
110.599 mln
+7.405 mln
7.18%
jan 1, 2010
95.151 mln
-15.448 mln
-13.97%
jan 1, 2011
95.233 mln
+82.0K
0.09%
jan 1, 2012
94.046 mln
-1.187 mln
-1.25%
jan 1, 2013
96.855 mln
+2.809 mln
2.99%
jan 1, 2014
101.06 mln
+4.205 mln
4.34%
jan 1, 2015
106.621 mln
+5.561 mln
5.5%
Ranking of countries by current statistics by years

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