Montenegro, Croatia, Iceland: Which European countries rely most – and least – on tourism

Tourists are welcome all across Europe.

But visitors can expect an extra friendly greeting in Montenegro, where tourism accounts for more than a quarter of economic output.

Figures from the World Travel and Tourism Council have revealed which European economies were most reliant on tourism before the pandemic – and which still are.

It is based on Gross Domestic Product (GDP), a measure of the total value of goods and services produced in any one nation over a year.

In tiny Montenegro, with its sliver of Adriatic Sea, the travel industry accounted for nearly a third (30.8 per cent) of the country’s GDP in 2019.

This plummeted to a little over seven per cent

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