The number of tourists who visit Peles Museum has decreased with over 50.000 in the last four years, especially where Romanians are concerned, while the number of foreign tourists has stayed relatively the same. The most frequent foreign visitors are Americans, Israelis and Spaniards. According to data provided by museum representatives and cited by Mediafax, the number of tourists who visited the Peles National Museum in Sinaia has decreased in 2012 with over 50.000 compared to 2008. 342.026 visitors were recorded in 2008, as opposed to 285.520 in 2012. According to the same source, the most significant decrease concerns Romanian tourists. From 259.020 Romanian tourists who visited Peles Museum in 2008, the number decreased to 205.270 in 2012. However, the number of foreign visitors has not changed dramatically, with 83.006 foreign tourists in 2008, and 80.250 in 2012. U.S.A. ranks first among the native countries of most foreign tourists who came to visit Peles Museum, followed by Israel, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Poland, France, Korea, China, Taiwan, Japan.