The United States has seen a surge in international visitors in recent months, and there’s a big push to increase it in the wake of the Paris attacks.
But there are plenty of countries that will welcome international tourists.
Here are some that are already welcoming them.1.
Austria, home of the Grand CanyonThere’s a huge mountain range in Austria, and Austria is often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of Europe.”
It’s a rugged landscape dotted with majestic peaks, lakes and lakeside villages.
But the country also has plenty of beaches and other amenities.
In fact, it has a large population of people from around the world, including hundreds of thousands of Austrians from South Asia.
Austria has also welcomed many foreign dignitaries.
Austria’s government says it is already a hub for tourism, with some of the country’s top hotels already offering accommodations for visitors from around Europe.
They include the historic Vienna Hilton, where international visitors can stay.
And a hotel in the Austrian capital, Vienna, has been a frequent stop for world leaders in recent years, including President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz.2.
Canada, home to the Canadian RockiesThe Canadian Rockies is a unique area of northern Canada, where the glaciers rise high above the mountains, and the ice sheets cover the entire landmass.
The region is also home to many of the world’s best-preserved wildlife, and visitors are often drawn to the area by its wildlife, which is known for its long winters.
The area is known as Canada’s Rockies.
Canada’s Tourism Ministry has even hosted its own polar bear safari, as the animals have been seen roaming the park in recent times.3.
Sweden, home for the Swedish AlpsThe world’s highest mountain range is located in Sweden, where temperatures are often below freezing and snowfall is abundant.
In recent years the country has seen an increase in international tourism, as well as a surge of visitors from the United States.
This year Sweden has also seen a significant number of American visitors, and Prime Minster Stefan Lofven has even announced that Sweden would be welcoming more international guests.
The country is also known for being a hub of international tourism.4.
Finland, home a large part of the Northern Hemisphere4.
Norway, home the Northern Islands5.
Switzerland, home in the Swiss Alps6.
Sweden is home to some of Europe’s best mountain sceneryThe Scandinavian nation of Sweden has seen some of its best-known mountains for tourists, and it has also been known to welcome foreign dignities.
The Scandinavian country has also recently seen a large number of U.S. visitors.
In 2017, for instance, a number of world leaders were on a five-day trip to the country, including former President Barack Obama.