From Budapest to The Bahamas: Travel Guide Content for TravelSupermarket

At World Words, we’re often asked to write destination guides for our clients. No wonder – travel guide content is the ideal way for a travel brand to share its expertise, while also communicating its unique personality and tone of voice. It can also do wonders for a brand’s SEO, boosting its search engine rankings in relation to key destinations and services, and ultimately delivering more potential customers to its website. And when it comes to travel guide writing, there’s nobody with as much content experience and as much local destination expertise as World Words.

In early 2017, we were approached by online travel comparison company TravelSupermarket. They were looking for a series of 3,500- to 4,500-word travel guides on popular destinations across Europe and beyond, from short city breaks to long island escapes. With our team of writers based all around the world, World Words was able to offer the on-the-ground insight they wanted, so over the next few months we wrote 30 different guides for them.

We’ve included extracts and links for six of our fave TravelSupermarket guides below. Scroll down to read them…


Santorini, Greece
You’ll understand Santorini’s legendary status as one of the most beautiful Greek islands as soon as you spot it from a boat. There’s something almost otherworldly about the multi-coloured cliffs that jut out of the sea, and are topped with a sprinkling of whitewashed houses. A holiday in Santorini is all about taking things nice and easy…
Read the full guide

Budapest, Hungary
With a treasure trove of architectural styles, ornately-decorated spas powered by natural hot springs and a dining scene that majors in bold wines and hearty food, holidays in Budapest are heavy on romance and high on style…
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Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
While most of its sister islands have pockets of tourist development, volcanic Fuerteventura has been moulded more by nature than by man. It might officially be part of Spain, but the island sits only about 100 kilometres from Africa, and it exhibits the kind of barren, desert-like beauty more reminiscent of Morocco than mainland Europe…
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Faro, Portugal
Often somewhat undersold as the ‘Gateway to the Algarve’, Faro is more than just an arrival point from which to discover the area’s beaches and golf courses. Holidays in Faro offer the chance to explore the city’s atmospheric medieval quarter and pretty marina, and to explore one of the more genuinely Portuguese places in the region…
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The Bahamas
Ah, the Bahamas. The name alone conjures up blissfully clear waters, warm white sands, and coral reefs teeming with underwater life. But the more than 700 islands and coral reefs that form the Bahamas vary dramatically from one another. Some are busy and modern, while others are uninhabited and tranquil. But despite their differences, every holiday in the Bahamas includes relaxed vibes, abundant fresh seafood and jaw-dropping natural beauty…
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Vienna, Austria
Waltz off on a city break to Vienna and prepare to be dazzled. The Austrian capital is always glamorous, cultured, elegant – and deliciously decadent. Coffee houses and chocolate cake were as good as invented here, after all…
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TravelSupermarket is just one of the many brands we’ve written destinations guides for. You’ll find many more examples of our travel guide content here. Want to keep up with all our latest work? Then follow us on Twitter.

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