Since launching our editable destination guide earlier this year, one of the most interesting challenges has been how to arrange the information in a way that makes the most sense.
Namely, what is the most important information in an article about a country, a city or some other place?
Perhaps it's because I majored in history at university, but I always like reading a bit of background about a place. So my natural approach to writing the guide articles is to start with the introduction and follow that up with some basic background information, like its history, geography, etc.
Peter, on the other hand, prefers to launch straight into the sights and activities. What is there to see and do here?
Considering there are probably many more opinions about what is the most important stuff in a travel guide, I thought I'd open up the question to you, our lovely readers:
What is the primary information you look for in a travel guide?
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