The Charts Show How Tourism to Two Countries Changed Over a 50-year Period

The charts show how tourism to two countries changed over a 50-year period. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and making comparisons where relevant.

The charts show how tourism to two countries changed over a 50-year period

The pie charts depict the alterations in tourism in Australia and Germany over 50 years from 1960 to 2010.

Overall, Asian input increased, and Britain’s input decreased in both countries over time. In Germany, the USA and European visitors showed minimal fluctuation from 1960 to 2010, whilst in Australia, Europe represented a major decline in 2010.

In 1960, Australia’s highest number of visitors were from Europe, with more than half of the total visitors. However, in 2010 it dropped severely and reached 10%. The contribution of Asia increased to double, whereas the contribution from the USA reduced to half from 1960 to 2010. British input in the tourism sector increased by 5% in 2010.

Germany received the highest number of visitors from Europe in both years. The tourist from Asia increased over a period of 50 years from 10% to 25%. The USA’s contribution declined minimally from 1960 to 2010 compared to Britain, which showed a reduction of more than half in 2010 (6%) than in 1960 (20%).

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