German Cities with the Most Tourists

Can you name the cities and towns in Germany that receive the greatest number of both international and German visitors?
According to this page, 2016 data
Yearly visitors
Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: October 25, 2019
First submittedAugust 14, 2019
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# Visitors
City
31.1 mil
Berlin
14.0 mil
Munich
13.3 mil
Hamburg
8.8 mil
Frankfurt am Main
5.8 mil
Cologne
# Visitors
City
4.6 mil
Düsseldorf
4.3 mil
Dresden
3.7 mil
Stuttgart
3.2 mil
Nuremberg
2.9 mil
Leipzig
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Level 69
Oct 25, 2019
Bielefeld is mysteriously missing. I say it doesn't exist.
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Level 69
Oct 25, 2019
You beat me to it! Bielefeld is a LIE!
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Level 65
Oct 25, 2019
Shhh! Don't tell people.
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Level 50
May 18, 2020
as a matter of fact bielefeld conspiracy is a misunderstanding. a guy said he's from bielefeld and the person replied "das gibt's doch gar nicht" meanng i don't believe it but can also be confused with that does not exist implying that bielefelddoes not exist and it took off from there.
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Level 77
Oct 28, 2019
Hard to visit an urban legend.
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Level 66
Oct 26, 2019
The Europa-Park in Rust claims that they had 5.6 million tourists in 2017. That would make the small village Rust number 6 of this list. Just said. ;-)
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Level 63
Nov 19, 2019
For this type of quiz a tourist is someone who stays overnight. And that's the best way to get a number. You couldn't distinguish commuters from tourists or people passing through otherwise. Most people don't stay in a hotel of the theme park or leave after a day.
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Level 69
Dec 31, 2019
Assuming roughly the same % of visitors stay on property as the rough ratio I found for Disney World (35%), just under 2,000,000 people stay the night each year in Rust, barely missing the top 10. Of course, in all likelihood, fewer people stay overnight than Disney World as it is a much smaller park, but it doesn't really matter at this point.