Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Grand Canyon

Tourism in the United States of international and domestic tourists yearly. Tourists stopover the US to see natural wonder, cities, historic landmarks and hobby venue. Americans seek similar attractions, as well as recreation and vacation areas.

Tourism in the United States grew swiftly in the form of urban tourism during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century’s. By the 1850s, tourism in the United States was well-established both as a cultural activity and as an industry. New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, all major US cities, attracted a large number of tourists by the 1890s. By 1915, city touring had marked noteworthy shifts in the way Americans perceived, organized and moved around in urban environments.

Democratization of travel occurred during the early twentieth century when the automobile revolutionized travel. Similarly air travel revolutionized travel during 1945–1969, causal greatly to tourism in the United States. By 2007 the number of international tourists had climbed to over 56 million people who spent $122.7 billion dollars, setting an all time record.


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