It has raged forever at water coolers and at bars and over the internet and it will continue for as long as men are throwing footballs on television for a living. I am glad to see someone knows the difference between a travel site and a booking site.
It’s nice to see someone putting gether a list of real travel sites instead of booking sites.
Most often when looking for information I will type in travel site and get nothing apart from booking sites like expedia or travelocity which have no information on how to do anything and most often have no articles either. Then, which are these websites that allow you to be your traveling guide? Let me tell you something. In the years before the web spun the world around, travel tips came through word of mouth. You can just log on and be a voyeur as travelers carry you along every step of their journey.
You should be familiar with the names of their network websites, So if you frequent the web.
The site has a large list of international travel guides covering all the hotspots globally.
There’s an established community around the globe. Catch top-notch deals and the latest events every location. Now look, the site has a nice ˜Holiday Ideas’ section for some inspirational travel ideas.
So homepage features a neat globe browser for pinpointing places worldwide. Another useful audio download is the free phrasebook available for select languages.
Then the neatest feature on the site is the Rough Guide to The World picture mosaic map.
There’s a movable ˜World Lens’ which you can hover on any location and check the experiences as pictures.
Subscribe to the free Rough Guides Podcasts each month. Certainly, the route guides provided are the most informative you can find anywhere. I know that the site is brought to you by the renowned tire brand -Michelin. Actually, for international travelers coming to Europe, so this site is a handy onestop place for mapping, route plans, ‘on line’ hotel booking, Michelin Guide hotel, restaurant, urist recommendations and weather and traffic reports. Eventually, sometimes places off the beaten track make for great adventures. Therefore, exploring places by category is the way to go here. It’s a well you could discover one on this site which in accordance with the site’s own words is a collaborative project with the goal of cataloging maximum singular, eccentric, bizarre, fantastical, and strange out of the way places that get left out of traditional travel guidebooks and are ignored by the average tourist. More info is here: Another Tips from this site.