How to Travel the World 🌍 Step 1 : Planning the Adventure
How to Plan a Trip Using Wikivoyage
Go to the Wikivoyage website. to access the English version, or for links to access Wikivoyage in other languages.
Type the name of your destination (e.g., "Paris", "Australia", "Texas") into the search bar on the upper right of the page.If you're feeling adventurous, try clicking on the continent of your destination from the picture on the main page and work your way down.
Brief yourself on the destination by reading the introduction.This short outline is a great way to get a feel for the country, city, state, location, etc. you plan to visit. If you want a more detailed and historical overview, check out the Understand section below the introduction.
Get familiar with navigation.You can learn about the districts, towns, regions, cities, states, etc. of a particular area at the top of the article. This would be more important if you intend to plan several side trips as opposed to spending the bulk of your time in one city.
Determine how you will arrive at the destination.Under the "Get In" section, you will find useful information about transportation options into the area, as well as any immigration/customs procedures. Once you have that figured out, refer to the "Get Around" section for advice on transportation at your destination.
Plan out what you want to "See" and "Do" under those respective sections.You'll find listings of the most popular sights, landmarks, attractions, events, etc. available to the average tourist.
Check out the "Buy" section.You will find information about where to go for the best shopping, and what souvenirs are worth seeking out.
Choose which restaurants you want to eat at under the "Eat/Drink" sections.There are listings for everything from budget eateries to expensive, refined establishments which you should consider.
Figure out your accommodations.Under the Sleep section, you can pick which hotels, motels, hostels, or bed-and-breakfasts to stay at for the duration of or at least part of your trip.
Carefully review the "Stay Safe" and "Stay Healthy" sections.The information here is important to know should you be the victim of a crime (and how to avoid becoming one), or if you experience a medical emergency.
Have a few possible options ready for side trips.See the "Go Next" section for ideas on where to travel next from your original destination, whether it be a different city down the road or a whole other country.
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Date: 12.12.2018, 19:33 / Views: 55264