The World Economic Forum's "Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report," which is published every two years, measures the relative health of 136 leading countries’ tourism sectors using a wide range of sub-indexes, including safety and security, natural resources, soundness of infrastructure, health and hygiene, and price competitiveness.
The sub-indexes are then aggregated into an overall score between 1 and 7. A score of 7 is the highest possible.
While no country scored a perfect 7, there are a number of countries that claimed a score of over 6.
European destinations took the three top spots, while a popular tourist destination in Asia made it into fourth place.
Take a look at the full breakdown below.