Let’s say that you’ve been considering traveling abroad.
I mean, why not?
Every time you open a social media platform you can find countless stories, articles and photos of people traveling and seeing the world. These people are out and about exploring exotic lands and historic sites in “once in a lifetime” destinations.
I know because I happen to be one of those people… And because of my love for traveling, I am always looking for new travel tips and recommendations.
That’s why I was ecstatic when Storytrail reached out to me about my travel experiences. After speaking with the Director of Marketing and Engagement, Abigail Levner, I instantly became curious about their purpose and movement in the world of travel.
SO… What is Storytrail?
Well, Storytrail is an innovative platform of “video city guides”. Before Founders’ Nuno and Jason discovered Storytrail, they were both avid travelers who loved discovering fascinating stories and unusual pathways. If you ever wanted to know what to see, what to do and why it is important? Well Storytrail is ready to guide you on your journey.
Why Should you be Interested in Storytrail?
Discovering Storytrail was a great experience for me because the site was created by two travel enthusiast who want people to see the world. Whether it’s from the comfort of your home using the Storytrail web site or as a navigational guide while traveling, Storytrail is a medium for you to use to explore a foreign world.
How Does it Work?
Being the first of its kind in the world, Storytrail focuses on uncovering the fascinating, unique, historic, weird and quirky stories from around the world. By using videos, Storytrail host and traveler Jason pops up to guide you and tell you about curious stories from around the featured city.
Where is Storytrail now?
Right now they are featuring the magical-ancient city of Rome. This capital city has one of the most amazing, chaotic and fascinating cultures.
Soon, they will release Storytrails in several other cities, including Berlin, Boston, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Paris, San Francisco, and Washington D.C.
Each destination features over five hours of audiovisual production in order to improve the user’s travel experience and introduce them to their destination’s culture through fun and catchy storytelling.