Technology creates illusions. It limits our choices with only what it shows, or prefers to show us and expects us to follow.
While life goes on behind the screens. This is why we travel, to feel, learn, see and touch with our own minds, being there physically while enjoying the “reality”. This surely cannot be replaced.
Why are you trying to find the best experiences from the limits of your screen?
What lures you to this?
While planning your trip, why do you relent and trust to something that gives you information without any emotion behind?
Almost every website, blog or application will give you a place to go. But you will undoubtedly miss the pop-up gallery on the other side of the street or the new café offering crepes with crepes beyond comparison. You probably won’t hear about the local music group that plays live every Tuesday on the choices the application gives you. Because the cities are alive and in constant circulation. You will only get to enjoy the most mainstream and touristic attractions while there lays ravishing experiences hidden from the eye of just a “tourist”.
Technology alters our perspective and our choices.
When we were dissatisfied with the choices we were given depending on our taste and expectations, we realized that we can get a much better experience and offer the same to others.
Tripster’s aim is to design proactive trips where we enjoy the best of what the city has to offer, wherever we go; getting the most local and up-to-date “quality” experience without being limited by mainstream and dull advice you get from common sources.