When traveling to a major tourist city like London, Paris or New York it is very easy to be drawn into seeing only the famous landmarks. But if like me you want to see behind the facade set up to impress tourists then The Brief is the travel guide site for you.
Just as you would use a search engine to find the most up to date cutting edge items, The Brief searches the web for the more unique, inspired and original travel tips, attractions and destinations and brings them all to you on The Brief. As the travel articles on The Brief are taken from a wide range of sources you get to see your travel destination from different perspectives and discover radical public art, “in” nightclubs or the most visionary of hotels. If you think you are a savvy traveler who can no longer be surprised then you are in for a shock, The Brief really does offer something new and that’s saying something!
On The Brief you will find cutting edge architecture, unique bars and boutique hotels, clubs frequented by locals, cafes, public art, stores with unusual merchandise and much, much more. If you don’t get side tracked by the fascinating landing page then go on to use The Brief to search by city and country to find what’s hot in your travel destination. The items on The Brief are labeled according to – sleep, eat, do, see, shop and even “breathe” for the freshest tips from locals.
The Brief has an easily navigated lay out with image after image drawing you into the fascinating and colorful world. The site is rich with bright pictures of unusual travel destinations.
I understand that when traveling to Paris you’ll want to see the Eiffel Tower and the Arch De Triumph but once the major landmarks are out of the way put aside some time to explore the hot spots, local hidden gems, specialty stores and other experiences that The Brief can point you towards. Don’t leave on your trip without first reading The Brief.