This week we ask for your favorite travel guide.
Today, most of us collect much of the information to mark our travel itineraries through the internet. However, for many, taking a book under their arm is still essential to trace the route, choose the hostel or restaurant that we will visit in the same place of the destination.
The blogs and social networks, as a general rule, tend to offer subjective first-hand information that often exceeds the veracity of a company that catalogs places trying to remain independent of the advertised interests. The fame offered by a renowned guide to a hostel affects the future of the establishment and in a year the prices of this same place can be really affected. This occurs especially in places like Southeast Asia.
In travel guides, the barrier between interest and independence is sometimes blurred. Blogs, today, are not safe from these doubts that plague the reader: more and more sponsored posts are beyond the reader's knowledge.
We want you to tell us what your favorite paper guide is. That you have used in your travels and more confidence has given you when making your steps through the unknown world.
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