Fisherman’s Wharf, a tourist destination in San Francisco, is empty of visitors on an April day in 2020. It is the worst performing travel destination measured in the United States, with barely a third as many visitors this year as in 2019. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Fisherman’s Wharf, a tourist destination in San Francisco, is empty of visitors on an April day in 2020. It is the worst performing travel destination measured in the United States, with barely a third as many visitors this year as in 2019. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Tourism

From Florida to Amsterdam, how the travel rebound after Covid-19 is going

  • The US and Europe reopened to travellers in 2021, and some destinations have had significantly more visitors than before Covid-19; others, though, are way down
  • Places with access to outdoor attractions such as mountains and beaches fared much better than cities dependent on business travel

Topic |   Tourism
Fisherman’s Wharf, a tourist destination in San Francisco, is empty of visitors on an April day in 2020. It is the worst performing travel destination measured in the United States, with barely a third as many visitors this year as in 2019. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Fisherman’s Wharf, a tourist destination in San Francisco, is empty of visitors on an April day in 2020. It is the worst performing travel destination measured in the United States, with barely a third as many visitors this year as in 2019. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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