Category: Travel Infographics
This infographic is a must read for any travel professional, as well as business owner. It shows in a visual way why you should use digital strategies to track and improve marketing results. Questions like, “how do travelers search for travel information,” to “how to travelers get to travel decision-making” are answered.
City living and traveling to big cities can be expensive for your wallet. Chicago is no different. Liberty Bank of Chicago has put together a really useful graphic that covers how to save money while visiting/living in Chicago.
Surrey is a multi-cultural, expanding area of British Columbia that is quickly expanding and will over-take the population of Vancouver within 10 years. This influx of people has created a rich tapestry of cultural events and restaurants in the area. The following infographic takes a closer look at spectacular Surrey.
Here is an infographic that takes a look into how travel by land, sea and air will change in the not to distant future. From renting cars to traveling by train, the way we get around as we know is going to dramatically change.
Find out how you can keep the peace during your couple holidays. Read this helpful infographic, put together by Holiday Gems, for some awesome tips. Together you can experience an unforgettable couple vacation.
Analyzing US airlines’ baggage fees revealed that travelers could save big on time, money, and hassle by packing light and avoiding checking bags. This infographic from Travefy takes a look at this in more detail.
Just in time for Celebrate World Tourism Day, which takes place on September 27th 2014, here is an infographic by The Dunloe that provides an overview of the economic impact of the tourism industry, a snapshot of current tourism trends with a particular focus on growth markets, the top 10 countries people visit, and an analysis of international tourism spending by continent.
Florida, the land of sunshine, has amazing places to see and exciting things to do for every travelers. This infographic showcases fun for kids, romantic places to see and adventurous things to do in Florida.
The Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s longest coastal driving route. It takes in the North West, West, Mid-West and South West of Ireland. It is 1,500 miles long with the starting point being Inishowen, Co. Donegal in the North West of Ireland, finishing in Kinsale, Co. Cork in the South West of Ireland.
Are you a Caesar’s Palace kind of guy? Or a Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas? Learn which hotel best fits for you with the help of this infographic, created by the folks at Intense Gambling.
Want to know where some of the dirtiest, germiest and grimiest popular tourist spots around the world are? Hassle.com have put together this list including the likes of the Blarney Stone in Ireland, Seattle’s famous ‘Gum Wall’ and the creepy ‘Island of the Dolls’ in Mexico.
Air travel seems to be getting more expensive all the time, especially for those with large families. According to the U.S. Travel Association, nearly 80% of leisure trips in America in 2012 were taken by car – not plane. That leaves people with the very real question: should I rent a car for my trip or just drive my own?
Travel is of course a luxury and a wonderful experience but certain aspects can cause people stress. This infographic by SunSearch Holidays aims to alleviate some of those stresses to ensure a great holiday experience for all. You will learn for example, where best to sit on a plane if you need more legroom.
Toronto is famous for its diverse range of cultural communities. From Chinatown to Greektown and Little Italy, there is no shortage of culturally rich neighborhoods to visit if you want to do a little exploring. Each neighborhood has something unique to offer and with so many neighborhoods in Toronto it can be hard to know exactly where to go to really immerse yourself in the community culture.