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OVERSEAS* VISITORS TO SELECT U.S. CITIES/HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 2002-2001
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Travel and Tourism Industries
OVERSEAS* VISITORS TO SELECT U.S. CITIES/HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
2002-2001

2002
Rank
CITY/ISLAND
VISITATION**
2002
MARKET
SHARE
2002
VISITATION 
(000)
2001
MARKET 
SHARE
2001
VISITATION 
(000)
2002/2001
% CHANGE
1 New York City 22.2% 4,244 22.0% 4,803 -12%
2 Los Angeles 11.8% 2,256 12.9% 2,816 -20%
3 Miami 11.5% 2,198 11.7% 2,554 -14%
4 Orlando 9.8% 1,873 11.3% 2,467 -24%
5 San Francisco 8.6% 1,644 9.0% 1,965 -16%
6 Oahu/Honolulu 8.3% 1,587 8.0% 1,747 -9%
7 Las Vegas 6.4% 1,223 6.9% 1,506 -19%
8 Metro DC Area 5.4% 1,032 5.5% 1,201 -14%
9 Chicago 5.3% 1,013 4.9% 1,070 -5%
10 Boston 4.3% 822 4.9% 1,070 -23%
11 Atlanta 2.8% 535 3.2% 699 -23%
12 San Diego 2.3% 440 2.7% 589 -25%
13 Philadelphia 2.2% 421 1.9% 415 1%
14 Houston 1.9% 363 1.9% 415 -13%
14 Tampa/St. Petersburg 1.9% 363 2.3% 502 -28%
16 San Jose 1.8% 344 1.9% 415 -17%
17 Anaheim 1.7% 325 1.8% 393 -17%
17 Dallas/Ft. Worth 1.7% 325 1.6% 349 -7%
19 Seattle 1.6% 306 1.6% 349 -12%
20 Ft. Lauderdale 1.5% 287 1.9% 415 -31%
21 Denver 1.3% 249 1.1% 240 4%
21 Detroit 1.3% 249 1.3% 284 -12%
21 Phoenix 1.3% 249 1.2% 262 -5%
24 New Orleans 1.2% 229 1.8% 393 -42%
25 Florida Keys 1.1% 210 1.3% 284 -26%
25 Maui 1.1% 210 1.3% 284 -26%
27 Newark 0.9% 172 0.9% 196 -12%
28 Buffalo 0.8% 153 0.8% 175 -13%
28 Riverside/San Bern. 0.8% 153 0.8% 175 -13%
28 West Palm Beach 0.8% 153 0.8% 175 -13%
31 Baltimore 0.7% 134 0.7% 153 -12%
31 Minn./St. Paul 0.7% 134 1.2% 262 -49%
31 Sacramento 0.7% 134 0.7% 153 -12%
34 Ft. Myers 0.6% 115 0.9% 196 -41%
34 Melbourne 0.6% 115 0.5% 109 6%
34 Monterey 0.6% 115 0.7% 153 -25%
34 Nassau 0.6% 115 0.7% 153 -25%
34 Portland 0.6% 115 0.5% 109 6%
34 Salt Lake City 0.6% 115 0.7% 153 -25%
34 Sarasota 0.6% 115 0.8% 175 -34%
41 Cincinnati 0.5% 96 0.5% 109 -12%
41 Columbus 0.5% 96 0.4% 87 10%
41 Hawaii 0.5% 96 0.6% 131 -27%
41 Oakland 0.5% 96 0.6% 131 -27%
41 Pittsburgh 0.5% 96 0.5% 109 -12%
41 Santa Barbara 0.5% 96 0.6% 131 -27%
47 Albany 0.4% 76 ** ** **
47 Atlantic City 0.4% 76 0.5% 109 -30%
47 Austin 0.4% 76 0.6% 131 -42%
47 Charlotte 0.4% 76 0.5% 109 -30%
47 Indianapolis 0.4% 76 ** ** **
47 Nashville 0.4% 76 ** ** **
47 Raleigh 0.4% 76 0.4% 87 -13%
47 San Antonio 0.4% 76 0.5% 109 -30%
47 Cleveland 0.3% 57 0.5% 109 -48%
56 Daytona Beach 0.3% 57 ** ** **
56 Jacksonville 0.3% 57 ** ** **
56 Memphis 0.3% 57 ** ** **
56 St. Louis 0.3% 57 0.4% 87 -34%
56 Tucson 0.3% 57 0.5% 109 -48%

* Excludes Canada and Mexico

** Some States not shown due to low sampling size of overseas visitors (i.e. less than 100 respondents 2001 & 2002)
For more information please contact the Office of Travel and Tourism Industries.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, ITA, Office of Travel and Tourism Industries

Release Date: May 2003