The agency also points out that holidaymakers from Kosovo make up the largest number of foreigners who arrived in the country last year. According to experts, their number is high, but the amount of money that they spend is relatively low compared to others. So, Kosovans along with Macedonians spend around 55 euros a day when they come to Albania for holidays. This accounts for half of the 100.5 euros that holidaymakers from Montenegro spend. Meanwhile, Italians spend on average 92 euros a day, while Greeks spend 78 euros a day. Holidaymakers from Italy are the ones who bring more incomes, because they spend on average 6.2 days in the country. Although holidaymakers from Montenegro spend more money per day, they spend fewer days in the country, which means that they have the same effect on the economy and tourism that tourists from other neighboring countries, such as Kosovo and Macedonia.