The Line Graph Shows Visits to And from The Uk from 1979 to 1999

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The Line Graph Shows Visits to And from The Uk from 1979 to 1999, and The Bar Graph Shows the Most Popular Countries Visited by Uk

The line graph shows visits to and from the UK from 1979 to 1999, and the bar graph shows the most popular countries visited by UK residents in 1999.

The line graph shows visits to and from the UK from 1979 to 1999, and the bar graph shows the most popular countries visited by UK residents in 1999.

The line graph illustrates the number of visitors coming and leaving the United Kingdom (UK) between 1979 and 1999. The bar graph portrays the most popular countries visited by UK residents in 1999. They are both measured in millions per visit.

Overall it can be seen that both visits abroad and visits to the UK by overseas residents saw an upward pattern with visits abroad being the highest while the overseas visits being the least. Also, the most popular destinations for UK residents were France and Spain.

Concerning the line graph, visits abroad by UK residents and overseas residents began at reasonably similar levels, at the beginning of 1979 at approximately 12 million and 10 million per visit. Following five years both witnessed slight growth in 1984 to 20million and 12million respectively. However, the volume of visitors visiting abroad increased significantly year on year over 15 years to peak at around 55 million per visit in 1999. on the other hand, visitors visiting the UK by overseas residents rose minimally every year from 1984 to 19999 to approximately 15 million per visit, which was almost four times less than visits abroad by UK residents.

Concerning the bar chart, the most popular tourist destinations by UK residents in 199 were France and Spain at around 12 million and 10 million respectively, with France being 2 million more than Spain in terms of volume of visitors. However, Greece, Turkey and the USA were the least visited places by UK visitors with their total even smaller than France and Spain respectively at 9 million as against 12 million and 10 million.

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