Travelivery aims to assist with two travel issues, knowing what’s going on in the place you’re traveling to and figuring out where you want to travel in the future.
Addressing the first issue seems to be easy, just pick up a travel guide, right? Unfortunately, that’s not true. Most travel guides are only geared toward tourists and have the same information in them, no matter what month it is. It’s too costly for the guide to hire writers and photographers to change the information each month, so typically its always the same content. The reader/tourist doesn’t know any different, because they’re only in town for a few days.
The Travelivery News blogs aims to change that way of thinking by giving it’s readers information on specific cities. The blogs are set up, so each one is about the city you’re interested in. There’s nothing worse than reading a publication and finding a story that has nothing to do with what you’re interested in. Plus, by separating the cities into their own blogs, it gives us the ability to provide to you the perspective from a local’s point of view. Our blog sites are designed to help not only the tourist, but the locals as well.
Travelivery Los Angeles
The second city we’ve launched is Travelivery Los Angeles. With 10 million residents, LA has a very eclectic mix of things to do and see. Whether you like the beach, theme parks, city life, or seeing if you can spot a celebrity or two, it’s all here. Our goal is to keep our readers up to date with all the cool things to see in do in the City of Angels.
Now, let’s address the second travel issue, figuring out where you want to travel in the future. Traveling to different places around the world can seem like a daunting task. How are you suppose to know where you want to go, if you don’t know what there is like. Where our city sites are for specific cities, Travelivery.com helps by compiling lists of different activities around the world.
Travelivery.com and our city specific sites want to connect you with the world. We’ve taken on the task of organizing places around the world, so that you’re able to quickly search for places that are in line with your interests.