If you find yourself wishing you travelled more, you might just be living in the wrong country.
The report used data from the World Bank and the World Tourism Organization from 2007 to 2016 to determine which of 111 different countries make the largest number of annual tourist trips per capita.
It also examined which countries’ citizens spend the most while abroad.
Despite having the highest GDP in the world, American citizens were among the least internationally travelled, taking only 0.2 trips a year per person. Only 46% of Americans have a passport as of 2017, and the country gets far fewer days in leave each year than others.
Scroll down to see the 10 countries with the most well-travelled citizens, ranked in ascending order.
10. Albania — 1.36 trips per year, per person. The second lowest spenders in the top 10, the Albanians spend an average of £334 ($451) on travel each per year.
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9. Denmark — 1.4 trips per year, per person. This costs the Danes an average of £1,157 per year, per person.
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8. Switzerland — 1.42 trips per year, per person. £1,621 is spent by each person on travel per year, on average.
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7. Singapore — 1.44 trips per year, per person. The average citizen of Singapore also spends £2,824 a year on travel.
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6. Ireland — 1.44 trips per year, per person. The Irish managed to keep their travel costs relatively low, spending an average of £900 each per year.
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5. Finland — 1.46 trips per year, per person. The Finns only spend an average of £638 each per year on travel.
4. Sweden — 1.5 trips per year, per person. The average Swede spends £1,076 on travel each year.
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3. Hungary — 1.62 trips per year, per person. Somehow, the Hungarians only spend an average of £187 per year on travel each — the lowest amount in the top 10.
2. Luxembourg —2.56 trips per year, per person. The people of Luxembourg were revealed to be the biggest spenders abroad — each spends £4,500 on travel annually, on average.
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1. Hong Kong — 11.4 trips per year, per person. The people of Hong Kong are the world’s biggest travellers, partly due to the fact they enjoy 12 annual bank holidays, as well as required paid leave that increases the longer the employee stays at a company. They spend an average of £2,305 each on travel per year.
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