Monday, November 20, 2017

Using the Visitors Bureau to plan your road trip

When you are planning your family’s vacation, you definitely want to maximize the fun you have. You want to make sure you get the most for your money. You also want to make memories that are long lasting. Regardless where you go you can always find something to do, if you know where to look. Maybe you are going somewhere you have gone before and you don’t really want to visit the big theme parks or just go to the beach. You could want to try new restaurants or stay somewhere different. A very valuable resource is your destination’s visitor’s bureau. Almost every city and tourist location has one. You can find information on many different things to do, places to see, delicious places to eat and great places to stay. Not every restaurant has a website and not every hotel is on the travel saving websites.

However the visitor’s bureau will have the information all in one place. You don’t have to go to a bunch of different sites looking for things to do. You don’t have to spend time searching for your favorite types of restaurants. You can save time by utilizing the visitor’s bureau website. You can also find out if there are any local events. You may not have specific travel dates because you are driving so you could find an event that helps you decide when to go. Many places have different events and festivals that only last a day or two. If it is something you would enjoy you don’t want to miss it. You can also find discounts and coupons for different things. Who doesn’t like to save? It’s all free too!

You don’t have to pay to use the information on their site.  The visitors’ bureau’s job is to help promote their location.  They also know what’s great and what’s not. They are not paid to share this information. It’s an awesome way to get more out of your long car trip. You can really find some hidden gems that may not be as big as others but just as fun. You can even check out your local visitor’s bureau and find more fun things to do around town.

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