The line graph indicates the number of foreigners who visited various places in a European nation from 1987 to 2007.
Overall, the figures for all areas tend to increase during this 20-year period. In addition, the number of tourists going to the coast was higher than the others in most of the year.
In 1987, the coast was the favourite area with 40 thousand people, compared to the significantly lower figures for the mountains and the lakes, exactly 20 and 10, respectively. While the data on people travelling to the coast declined gradually and reached the lowest point of nearly 35 in 1992, there was a considerable growth in the figure for the mountains to about 25 in the same year.
In the 1992-2002 period, rises were seen in the number of travellers who went to all locations, in which the lakes had a sharp jump in its figure to a peak of approximately 75 in 2002. However, this dipped rapidly to precisely 50 in the final year. By contrast, in that year, the information about the others still rose significantly, and the coast took domination with massive 75. This was by far higher than the figure for the mountains, standing at the lowest point, 35.