Former navy brat and now navy wife.
4. Costa rica
6. The Bahamas
13. South Africa
15. Czech republic
USA (live here, 20 states)
Sweden (lived here... want to move back)
Just got back from Peru and met a travel industry rep that monitors/studies travel statistics to report back to industries and governments.
I really enjoyed talking with her and found a lot of the statistics interesting.
Was told by her that Germans travel the most and are the #1 country where people have traveled outside of their own country.
France is the most visited country, USA varies between #2 and #3.
Found this shocking only 18% of Americans have a passport and only 26% have been outside of the USA. Surprised since Canada and Mexico are so accessible for many people.
5 Czech Republic
9 Germany (I´m from Germany)
12Monaco (if you count that lol)
14 New Zealand
Maybe some missing.
For us from Europe a long list is more easy.
I really hope to go to some more asian countries within the next years.
3. Spain (about 15 times)
9. Morocco (about 10 times)
13. France (about 10 times)
14. Sweden (probably 10 times as well)
16. Finland (where i live)
17. Czech Republic
19. Vatican City
20. Estonia (probably 15 times)
I'm 22. I spent NYE in Rome and just came back a few weeks ago from Prague. I'm definately going somewhere next NYE, it's my new tradition with my mom, i'm hoping it'll be Bahrain :) In the spring i'm going to Canada for the first time for a month and i'll be visiting a few cities in the US too, NYC and D.C., maybe Philly too. And in August i'm trying to get a few days off work to go to Paris or London.. I absolutely LOVE travelling! It keeps me sane
Not all of these count as distinct countries I suppose, but I think of them as unique entities so my list, as much as I remember anyway (traveled a lot as a young child) is: