Sydney Travel App Update | Online Itinerary Planner Activities and Private Tours – News Postbox


The internet has provided travelers with a wealth of information about things to do at their destination. However, as the number of travel blogs has grown, the process of researching has become increasingly time-consuming. Using advanced AI algorithms, Outdoorsome’s latest update allows visitors to plan their stay more efficiently.

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The platform features over 560,000 activities across the world, which can be filtered by destination and category. Users can access it by using the “Activities” tab in the navigation bar.

As with many countries, Australia imposed strict travel restrictions during the pandemic. After almost two years, the country opened its borders to international tourists as of February 21 this year. Unsurprisingly, Sydney retains its position as one of the top destinations.

The unique application draws on data from nearly 2,900 travel blogs and over 14,000 blog posts about the Sydney region. Based on personal preferences and other factors, it then suggests 1-day, 3-day, and 5-day trip itineraries, as well as recommended activities.

Of course, famous sites like the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge feature on the revised listing. However, for those who are staying several days, a number of less well-known attractions are also suggested. These include Centennial Park, Taronga Zoo, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and more.

Attractions can also be filtered by category, with options such as aerial tours, cruises, cultural tours, day excursions, food and entertainment, child-friendly, shopping and fashion, and walking or biking tours. Users can also filter results based on their ratings, as well as price range.

About Outdoorsome

Along with Sydney, Outdoorsome provides travel advice for many global city hotspots, including Rome, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Dubai, and more. Indeed, the application now covers over 5,000 destinations globally. Users can refine their search by region and preference, and the machine learning algorithms then rank top attractions based on millions of blog posts.

A company representative recently stated: “Our bots read and analyze the entire travel blogosphere on the internet – over 250 million blog posts – and millions of social media posts made daily by travelers around the world. Our coverage of locations around the globe and the content about those locations is growing by the day.”

Interested parties can learn more by visiting or choosing any other destination in the world on the homepage and browsing the local activities and attractions.


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