As any frequent traveler can tell you: untouched beaches that are easy to get to have become few and far between. But even so, there are still a few spots on the water where you can enjoy the complete stillness of silence, that aren’t too far off the beaten track. Here are our 5 secret beach tips, each a wonderful and unique experience. … Read More
Thanks to your emails, Facebook messages and reviews in the App Store, we have a pretty clear view of what you want from our app, and which functions are asked for most often. That’s why over the last month we’ve been concentrating our hardest on one thing: an update of maps and searches.
Until now, it’s only been possible to search for exact street names and addresses in our city travel guides – but in country and region guides, the quantity of data has made this impossible, until now. Starting now, all travel guides include street search! Yay!
In addition, there was another suggestion we got quite often: a POI search on the map would make your lives a whole lot easier when you’re traveling: so we polished up our database and made it possible. No matter if it’s St. Stephen’s Cathedral or the Empire State Building – just enter the restaurant, point of interest or whatever you’re looking for into the search field, and we’ll show you where to find it and how to get there right on the map.
Since we’re adding new content daily, and our travel guides are always getting bigger, one thing is particularly important to us: ease of viewing. That’s why we’ve now given you the option to filter your lists. For instance, you’re viewing the chapter on gastronomy but you really just want to see the cafés? It’s possible starting now. Restaurants are simply and instantly hidden from view!
Of course, the filter can also be transferred to the map, which is particularly useful, for example, if you want to know which cafés are nearby. Starting now, you can also filter according to distance – for example, open the filter view and reduce the results to just those cafés that are within a radius of one kilometer from your current position. You’ll be enjoying coffee and cake in less than 15 minutes!
The map is also now context-sensitive in all areas. This means: when you open a list in a travel guide, for example points of interest, and then switch to the map, this filter is now transferred to the map. Of course, this can be deactivated again with just one click.
And last but not least: Sorting! You can now sort all lists in a travel guide by popularity, distance or alphabet, which will save you huge amounts of time as you’re planning your trip.
We hope you like this update and that you’ll continue to share your vision for the app with us. You can write us an email anytime at email@example.com with your feedback – we’d really love to hear it! If you like the update, we would also really appreciate if you would rate the app in the App Store. That will help us increase the popularity of the app and continue working on even more great improvements. Thank you!
It’s the eternal struggle of humans against nature. The land is stripped, the ground excavated and buildings constructed, and yet: as soon as civilization retreats and places are left to the elements, a strange process takes place. Nature reclaims her throne: plants grow wild, cracks form and widen, and while signs of civilization remain, time seems to stand still. … Read More
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You don’t necessarily have to be religious to feel drawn to the spiritual aura of the world’s great sacred places. In Asia you’ll find countless such locations, cities imbued with religious meaning that are visited by believers of Buddhism and Hinduism seeking a spiritual awakening. The following places give visitors a cultural view into the spirituality of Asia and allow us to escape the secular western world, at least for a little while. … Read More
To stand just once in the spot visited by Leonardo DiCaprio in his role as the dropout Richard in the film “The Beach” – that’s on the bucket list for many travelers. Famous filming locations can often be the impulse behind a memorable trip. From “Hangover 2” to “Gladiator”: these movie locations have awakened our wanderlust! … Read More
We all need an adventure every now and then. When this sense of adventure calls, we make our way – sometimes uncomfortably – out of civilization and deep into nature, to see with our own eyes the richness and beauty the natural world has to offer. Of course, we also know that responsible enjoyment of these priceless natural sources of wonder is the most important thing, following closely the well-known motto: take only photographs, leave only footprints. Today, we’ll introduce you to a few of our favorite safari destinations that will lead you to the edge of adventure! … Read More
Suddenly, they appear. In the brightest colors, breathtaking shapes and patterns, they dance across the night sky. Of course, we’re talking about the northern lights. Just to see this natural spectacle once in their lives is a dream for many travelers. We’ll tell you the most beautiful places to observe this natural phenomenon from up close. … Read More
Christmas is just around the corner, and we want to say thanks to all of our tripwolf users. You’re the ones who make it possible for us to work on the app every day and keep pushing for the next greatest improvement. As a thank you, we want to give you and all your friends a travel guide. Through December 26, 2016, you can get the travel guide of your choice free by using the code MERRYXMAS. You can share the code as much as you’d like, spreading the joy to all your friends and getting a jump on your travel plans for the new year. Simply open the app, select the guide you’d like, and enter the code, and away you go!
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We wish you a very merry Christmas and a good start to the new year!
The tripwolf Team
Most of us agree: Christmas time is a time of reflection, family and tradition. You’re drawn to the comforting warmth of the hearth, the children making hand-made Christmas decorations, decorate the tree and munch on peppermints. Christian traditions and customs surrounding the celebration of Christmas have taken on starkly different forms in their journey around the globe – for instance many celebrate Christmas Eve on the 24th of December and use the following days of Christmas to relax and visit friends and family. Orthodox Christians, however, follow the Julian Calendar, and thus don’t celebrate Christmas until the 7th of January. … Read More