Category: Travel Infographics
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.
Driving in Europe isn’t that different to driving in the UK, once you get used to driving on the opposite side of the road! ATS Euromaster guides you through some of the Great European Drives you should embark on.
Studies have found that taking a vacation can help workers achieve both relaxation and better overall performance at work. This infographic, put together by the team at Modis, is about the stuff your body gets when you go for a tech-free vacation.
Who said airports had to be boring? This infographic demonstrates some of the worlds most unusual airports where the time spent waiting for your plane is simply going to fly by.
This infographic by Ocean Sands Hotel reveals some of the interesting statistics around the average Irish “staycation”. For example, did you know that a total of 7.1 million domestic trips were taken last year, 1.56 million taken in the last quarter of 2013, which is up 3.6 per cent than the last three months of 2012? This and other interesting facts below.
At just over a half-million residents, Albuquerque is only the 32nd most-populous city in the United States, but the city’s idiosyncratic local cuisine, its hip local bars and eclectic music scene, its world-class museums and world-renowned events, and perhaps most importantly, its spectacular desert vistas, all put Albuquerque on par with cities twice its size.
There are some amazing places in this world, including several luxurious islands that are simply paradise on earth. The team at Samujana recently decided to put together a infographic based on research on cost of living, accommodation and transport for some of the world’s most amazing islands.
Moving to a new country is often one of the biggest life changes you will ever make. It is hard to know what to expect as you make your transition in to a new culture where protocols and ways of living may be different to your homeland. Deciding where to live, financing your move and choosing where you will work will be some of the most difficult choices you will be faced with.
This infographic showcases the truth about buying travel insurance for your trip. As the smart traveler says “If you can’t afford travel insurance, you can’t afford to travel.”