Just think a travel site should really have a list of wonders of the world and a list of top fifty or hundred places to visit before you die type stuff.
I know what the ancient wonders and the natural wonders but a top fifty will take feed back and discusion from lots of the contributors. We should prolly start with just top ten and work up from there.
- Wikivoyage isn't a "travel site". See Project:About. I'm dubious as to whether "Top 10" lists are really that useful. --(WT-en) Evan 23:29, 6 Nov 2004 (EST)
Other destinations vs travel topics
Are you guys sure that those lists and indices are other destinations and not travel topics? I'm not convinced enough, but I wouldn't like to plunge forward and change it myself before some consultation. Cheers, --(WT-en) Ricardo (Rmx) 06:53, 3 March 2006 (EST)
This page is so VERY prominent (selected directly from the top of the main page) yet it appears almost neglected. Discussion doesn't really indicate if there is policy about what should go here. I was about to add several lines, but I know that changes to pages such as Main Page should be made only after discussion. Does that apply here? Is there a nomination process, or just plunge forward?
- National Parks
- United States National Walking Trails
- Sacred sites of the Indian sub-continent
- UNESCO Creative Cities
- Alpine skiing destinations
- Grand old hotels
- Hot springs
- Touring volcanos
- Waterfalls of the world
(WT-en) Bill in STL 21:35, 13 August 2010 (EDT)
- I think this is not for travel topics, but for destinations that do not fall under any continent (such as Space or Antarctica). If it was up to me, I'd remove the whole "Other destinations" thing and replace it with "Itineraries". But that's just me. --(WT-en) globe-trotter 22:27, 13 August 2010 (EDT)