But it can be deduced that the 21st century traveler is emerging as highly informed about the destination and the management of the journey, in addition to being closely linked to technology and with multiple social ties. Something that we already knew, but that is becoming more and more intensified thanks to the facilities that currently exist to keep in touch with people through gadgets.
55% do not look so much for practical questions as for mere inspiration : suggestions of places to discover, descriptions of cities, regions or countries... Ideas, in short, to fax list write down in our particular catalog of future destinations. Interestingly, followers of travel blogs are not as interested in recommendations from hotel websites or flight search pages.
There is also a section of advice, based on the experience accumulated by Goodyear, current news and recommendations from perhaps little-known sites but with a unique appeal. And The Perfect Route, a section that breaks down paths not so well known to the general public but with an indisputable attraction, such as Black Architecture or the appetizing Truffle Route . Take a look at Kilometers that count.