CivMetrics collects key travel and tourism data for the largest cities in the United States. We’re posting some of our insights here. In this installment, we look at international visitors to the largest U.S. ports of entry. For questions about our data, or to request data, please contact EBallantine@CivMetrics.com. Data is from the International Trade Administration.
In 2021, the largest U.S. cities were still experiencing severe declines in the number of incoming international visitors compared to pre-pandemic levels.
At the bottom of this page, find a sortable table of the top 15 U.S. ports of entry, and how international visits to these cities compares to 2020 and 2019. But first, a couple highlights:
Here are the cities that saw the steepest declines in international visitors since 2019:
International visits for all cities were down severely in 2021; however, here are the five cities hurting the least:
Below, find a sortable table of the top 15 U.S. ports of entry for international visitors, and their 2021 numbers vs prior years.