Without a doubt, when you travel, you make hotel and flight reservations, but your primary goal is not to indulge in a hotel-hopping adventure.
I reached a point of frustration with the never-ending cycle of googling and sifting through search results. Google does not have its own information directory. It simply gathers everything in one vast pile, lacking a solution for precise information retrieval.
My goal is to make the search for tourist information about any country and city just as easy as searching for a hotel or a flight. You don’t search for hotels, book taxis, or book flights using Google searches. I want to do the same for searching tourist information.
During the creation of the directory, we utilized virtually all existing official tourist websites of countries, regions, cities, landmarks, and events.
- All countries of the world.
- All capitals and popular cities.
- Attractions. National parks. Museums.
- Festivals. Carnivals. Celebrations.
- Public transport of countries and cities.
- Local travel services.
NO NEED TO GOOGLE ANYTHING. ALL THE ANSWERS ARE ON ONE PAGE.
The directory is updated with new information on a regular basis. I collect, check, organize information from disparate sources and provide it to users in a convenient form. The current appearance of the service is not the final solution. Additionally, we are also preparing a mobile version that will be readily available on the gadgets of every international traveler.
Usually, people bring back photos from their travels. But I’m that oddball who travels with printed photographs, organizes photo exhibitions in some remote, forgotten villages, and tells people about people.
Why? It’s essential for all of us to understand that people in other countries are not some strange and hostile entities, but rather ordinary individuals, just like those in our own country. I believe that if we traveled more and had many acquaintances and friends in other countries, we could avoid many conflicts and wars.
Meeting people from different backgrounds encourages empathy and understanding, reducing stereotypes and prejudices. Travelers gain insights into the lives of others, fostering compassion and a sense of interconnectedness.
Travel whenever you have the opportunity. This world is much more fascinating than what you’ll see on television.