(Android/iOS): It’s always interesting to think about the history where you’re standing—who may have been there, what may have happened. History Here is an interactive app that lets you explore historic points of interest nearby.
Farsighted people at many state tourism offices are turning dogward to promote the benefits of travel to their states. From Virginia to Nebraska, Arkansas to Oregon, states across the nation are catching on that dog lovers—who are inclined to include their dogs in their vacation plans—are a perfect target audience.
As a worldwide community, we love our landmarks—well, most of us. While tourists, travelers, and locals alike generally take pride in visiting the world’s big-name sites, some…aren’t as impressed. Here at AFAR, we couldn’t believe that there’d be negative reviews of world-class sites like Stonehenge, the Colosseum, or the Eiffel Tower. So, we took to TripAdvisor to find out some people’
As the ubiquity, utility and ease of use of smartphones continues to increase in the U.S., it comes as no surprise that app development and usage is following suit. And while the number of apps we use per month remains relatively constant, the time we spend with them continues to rise.
Australian families are taking more photos than ever before while on holiday, but reminiscing less about the actual trip, new research has revealed. The Australian Holiday Memories report commissioned by the Singapore Tourism Board showed that Aussie families are taking an average of 77 photos a day, but an obsession with social media means they are failing to live in the moment and are quickly forgetting the trip itself. According to the study, 67% of parents think that holiday-goers spend too much time staging photos and posting updates and images on social media rather than living in the moment. Meanwhile, 25% of parents admitted they spend consideration time trying to create the perfect holiday picture for social media. Find out more.
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