The Lonely Planet has rated Belarus as the country with the best tourism, with a total of $13 billion of sales for the year.
The company’s report, released on Friday, also gave a ranking of all countries on its Travel Scorecard, which ranks how much travelers expect to spend.
Here are some of the highlights: Belarus ranked first in its TravelScorecard, with an overall score of 76.8.
Its average rating was 78.8, which is above the 90-point threshold required for inclusion in the top-ranked countries.
The top five countries are Qatar, Malaysia, Turkey, and South Korea.
Qatar’s overall score is 86.5.
It had a total tourism sales of $10.4 billion, which was almost double the $6.7 billion for the top 10 countries combined.
This is the second straight year that Belarus has been named the best tourist destination.
The country is currently ranked second in the list.
It has the third highest number of visitors per capita, at 1.2 people per 1,000 people, and the second highest average number of nights per year.
It also has the second-highest number of tourists per capita per year, at 8.6.
In total, the country has almost 10 million tourists annually.
The Tourism Authority of the Russian Federation, which oversees Belarus’ tourism sector, attributed the country’s excellent results to its excellent infrastructure and the fact that the people there enjoy it.
“Belarus has an excellent infrastructure, with good public transport, good air travel, good public shopping, and a large number of restaurants, bars, hotels, and other tourist attractions,” the tourism agency said in a statement.
“The people have always been very open to our cultural traditions, and we have the best social atmosphere in the world.”
For its part, Qatar ranked fifth in its Tourism Scorecard.
It was followed by Turkey at No. 10, followed by the United Arab Emirates at No: 12, Saudi Arabia at No.: 14, and Oman at No : 16.
Qatar ranked 10th in the rankings for its number of foreign tourists, with 4,769.
According to the Tourism Authority, Belarus is the third-largest Middle Eastern country, and that the country hosts nearly 60% of its foreign tourists.
The United Arab States ranked as the third most popular destination for foreign tourists last year, with 8,092, followed closely by the European Union at 6,054.
Russia came in at No .5, with 1,907, followed only by France at No 1,539.
The Philippines was No. 3, with 719.
In the United States, the top five destinations for foreign travelers are the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, France, Japan, and Australia.
Belarus ranks at No 4, followed in the U.K. by New Zealand at No 3, and Japan at No 5.
Russia, at No 6, has the highest number per capita of visitors.
The number of foreigners visiting the country rose from 2.9 million in 2014 to 3.4 million in 2016, the latest year for which the statistics are available.
The tourism industry has been booming since the early 2000s, when the country introduced a national ID card and a travel permit system.
Since then, Belars tourism industry grew to be the fifth-largest in the country.
Travelers spend about $20 billion in Belarus each year, according to the government.
More than 90% of all tourists come from outside the country, according the World Tourism Organization.