Itineries that don't suck dick.

Has anyone found good itinerary sources for the places they want to visit that aren't written by women where 50% of the list is le awesome fooood and the other 50% is generic landmarks?

Any website on Google is worthless I guess. I just want to find cool unique places.

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    none man. i think its not possible in the modern day. if it gets mentioned and its worth a shit, itll be flooded by buttholes immediately and destroyed. the only hope is not to tell people about cool stuff and hope it survives the onslaught of consoomers.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      a few years ago I stopped posting good travel advice online and started actively talking shit about places I like going to lol

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is true
      but also, you need to look for spots that are shielded from normies. One of the best beaches in the world (imo) is only accessible through an unpaved, extremely bumpy, several mile long, dirt road. It’s pretty much deserted 90% of the time.

      https://i.imgur.com/nq8FQZT.png

      Has anyone found good itinerary sources for the places they want to visit that aren't written by women where 50% of the list is le awesome fooood and the other 50% is generic landmarks?

      Any website on Google is worthless I guess. I just want to find cool unique places.

      Nobody is going to serve (YOU) le secret hidden gem on a silver platter. Either put some effort into researching where you are going, or accept that you are just another normcattle to be herded through the tourists monuments and restaurants.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Nobody is going to serve (YOU) le secret hidden gem on a silver platter.
        I don't need secret shit, but is there any good sites for traveling that aren't written by women.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          actually i want secret shit. someone have good ideas?

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >calls sites worthless
    >can't even find anything on his own

    Gee who is the worthless one here

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      You, for making a predictable response and putting down your fellow man who just wants to have a good vacation?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Hire a travel agent or go and find it yourself, why would anyone help you so you can go sit your stinky fat ass there and bother the locals out of uselessness. If you need a vacation just go to the nearest resort to your home.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          wtf chill dude

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    What are you into?
    If it’s the obscure things in a famous city
    Or the less popular towns, natural beauty, landmarks and villages to tour through?

    Only done this for Europe but for the country in looking at, would see what is the general popular places to visit, then what are the not so obscure obscure places to visit on google search.
    Then if I had any inkling whatsoever I would search a regional places to go to. Then I would search a provinces places to go to.
    Then I would go to google maps and zoom in on the region that I was looking at and see if there were any landmarks highlighted or would search castles or ruins or whatever on the map see if anything pops up.
    Through this I can build a collection of places I might want to visit pending what mode of transportation I was doing.

    France and Italy have a non-exhaustive list of beautiful villages in the country officially

    You can base all these searches off of whatever niche you are looking for.
    Chances are you won’t find an itinerary that matches your tastes you will need to collect tidbits that might interest you, then see if there is anything to expand on from them.

    Other way of looking at it is developing a quest for your trip, I forget the pretentious term for it in Rolf Potts last book, if you go somewhere trying to find the best surf spot, the best coiner experience, learn how to make the best local dish or something like this you may have to go through an immersive travel experience to achieve this. Many people don’t have the obsession with something to go through with that though so there can be arbitrary games you set as your mission - ie seeking out a particular symbol or color when exploring a city and just following whatever. People do their own personal pilgrimages not only for religion but to places of interest to them from history, arts, science, but most normie places would turn into tourist traps.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      The quest thing is a really great idea.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I ask GPT4 to give me a list of the best N places to see in a city. It usually gives a good list, though some places are often closed / moved to a new location / outside the city.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    sounds like you really need a travel agent or your mom to hold your hand.
    i have a vegana, so i make my own unique itineraries for every single one of my trips. i don't share them online (except when someone on SighSee actually asks a question instead of shitposting).

    full disclosure, i don't think it's gendered. we might be better at seo i guess.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      i'm trans btw.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      just came back to this thread to further stress that i’m trans if that matters.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      why are you trans?

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >that aren't written by women where 50% of the list is le awesome fooood and the other 50% is generic landmarks
    Looking for travel stuff online is truly the worst online experience you can have, don't forget to click my sponsored links so I don't have to get a job and like and subscribe so (You) pay for my travels

    T b h I always check the itineraries of day trips and tours that are at somewhere on tripadvisor/viator to get a really quick idea of what's there

    >cool unique places.
    try dark-tourism.com?

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anywhere impossible to reach without a car (or extremely hard without one).
    Anywhere where you need to hike for hours.
    These are guaranteed to have little to no tourist.

    I have seen countless absolutely stunning places, be it a historical monument or a beautiful natural view. Grab a map and do your own research.

    Even in cities there are still many things to see, if it doesn’t have anything too famous. If you’re open minded and willing to learn about anything, any not famous museum will do the job. One of the most interesting museums I have done in the last few years was the Herring Era museum in Iceland. I learned a lot about herring in the early 20th century. And it came useful because I have since visited many museums about fishing and maritime history, so it can come complete your knowledge about it.
    That’s one example among others. Learn as much as you can and everything will be interesting. Understand what you are seeing.

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Women are gay

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >good itinerary sources
    Literally just make your own. Why would you recreate someone elses vacation when you can unironically just make your own and tailor it to your own tastes?
    >its 50% good food and 50% landmarks
    Those are also made for like a 5 day long trip, so it's usually not a bad itinerary for the short amount of time they plan out.
    >i want to find cool unique places
    Then tailor a search specifically for these things, use google maps to find small towns and hidden gems, ask locals online for tips before flying out, some youtube vids will cover it and you can skim them to avoid wasting time. You should search for spots within the country that locals vacation in (kind of like how Gifu is skipped over by tourists but frequented by local Japanese).

    Literally just learn to use the internet m8

  10. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Forget about your maniacal "every meal must be on an itinerary" bullshit. Be a man, go out of your hotel hungry and using your full senses to pick a good place to eat. If your hotel sucks, get a different hotel. If it is great, pay for another night. When you want to leave, buy a ticket. It's that simple.

  11. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >50% of the list is le awesome fooood
    Honestly, even this wouldn't be a problem if more effort was put into it.

    >OMG, you HAVE to try the AUTHENTIC Czech Chimney Cake in Prague!
    >Try the Prague Ham! Worth every Euro!
    >CRAZY Deep-fried pizza in the Czech Republic?!?!?!
    Two of these things aren't actually Czech. Even the ham is questionable, but they're usually talking about the overpriced stuff sold at food stands.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      wouldnt even buy that crap at county fair. thats like going halfway around the world to get cotton candy. at least pick some proper food. it is somewhat ironically a b***h to find good white people food in america. cant think of the last time i saw a decent traditional european food place that wasnt italian or french.

  12. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Chatgpt was good until they starting filtering everything.

    I used to just explain that I was a degenerate who was interesting in prostitution and name some other things that I liked, then ask it to give me an itinerary based on that. Then they started blocking those requests, so you could just ask it what specific places to avoid if you didn't want to do any of that, but now they've blocked that too.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      so where did it tell you to go? Manila?

  13. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >cool unique places
    Lol, we are in 2023. No such thing unless you are le real traveller that visits villages in Central African Republic. Just read several articles on the place you plan to go and ask locals. Then plan accordingly. Lisbon is a city that is full of tourists. And places like Jeronimos and the castle are worth seeing even though they are cramped. At Palacio da Ajuda and the monastery of Sao Vicente de Fora, even though they are on those tourist lists, I crossed path with less than 10 tourists though. They just have less hype and are usually skipped by those with few days in the city. That happens everywhere. In London, for instance, there's the Wallace collection. A great art museum. Lots of people (london after all) but you hardly will see tourists (specially first time tourists) as they are occupied visiting the British museum and V&A museum (all worth it btw).
    Ciudad perdida in Colombia is very famous. But the hike makes it hard for most tourists to bother.
    So just look for places that are hard to reach or places that are low on must see/do lists and you'll be ok. But if you want something special that hardly anyone knows about it and it is not in any of those 10 most famous lists of sights of some place, it probably just means that it is not worth it. We have internet for a long time. Everywhere is known by a fast google search.

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