What’s more, a recent study found that hot spots tend to attract more visitors than cool spots.

That means the hotter areas of the country are a more appealing place to come visit.

And in a recent report, The Economist found that while some hot spots have been experiencing a rise in tourism, other places are struggling to maintain their status as a hotspot.

The report ranked hot spots according to the number of visitors and the number that stayed there for a certain amount of time.

Here’s a look at the ten hot spots that have the most visitors and stayed there the longest.

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Phoenix, Arizona: 3,769,000 visitors (7 days)