It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted anything lately. That’s because I’ve been working on a new project I’m excited to share with you.
I loved making the Reykjavík City Card guide so much that I’ve decided to do a whole load more of them and put them on their own website. It’s going to be called City Pass Project and you can and should sign up for emails on our beautiful launch page. In return you’ll get…
…access to a free four page guide on maximizing travel across your lifetime. Pretty cool, huh?
Looks good, but what is a City Pass?
A city pass is a ticket bundle that provides free or discounted entry into top attractions. City passes are for sale all around the globe, but until now, there’s never been an unbiased source to help you decide whether to purchase one for your next trip. If you’re still confused, I recommend you check out my guide to Reykjavík’s City Card.
What is the future of City Pass Project?
On July 11, we launch with ten city passes (Reykjavík and nine others). In the meantime, you should follow the project on Twitter and Facebook. You can also drop me a line at info@citypassproject to let me know which cities you’d like to see included.
Will you still be blogging from Caravel Books?
Well, no… At least, not on a regular basis. This never felt like much of a permanent home for me. It’s be a great way to share my thoughts on writing and travel and get my work out there for immediate feedback. But I’m really passionate about creating a product that people will find helpful, and that’s what I’m going to focus on moving forward.
So what do you think about City Pass Project? What cities would you like to see us cover?