Sunday,  April 5, 2020  5:23 am

Lonely Planet's travel content can now be used by third parties

Lonely Planet's travel content can now be used by third parties

Lonely Planet's travel-themed content will now be available for third parties to consume and integrate into their own platforms.

From small-scale organizations, to larger businesses, like host agencies, Lonely Planet Content Licensing is a completely customisable content solution providing access to a wealth of destination-centric information.

This innovative content solution permits instant access to more than 8,000 curated city guides, which will enable travel brands to elevate their user experience and the effectiveness of their digital properties by offering expertly curated travel information to their users.

Hundreds of the world’s leading travel brands have implemented Lonely Planet and ArrivalGuides’ content licensing solutions to deliver results, drive customer loyalty and put them front and center in the travel space, including Aer Lingus, Hilton, Uniglobe, and more.

"This is the next stage of our acquisition of ArrivalGuides coming to fruition," said Lonely Planet’s CEO, Luis Cabrera. "Research suggests that travellers are more inclined to book a trip if valuable destination information is provided throughout the funnel. We sit on top of the largest expert-curated travel data repository on earth, so enabling our partners with that content as a service makes perfect sense."

Lonely Planet Content Licensing offers travel companies a fully customizable content solution fit for the personalized experience expected by today’s travel audience. By filtering points of interest into categories such as do and see’s, restaurants, shopping and bars and nightlife, Lonely Planet’s content offers a diverse perspective on the thousands of destinations it covers. 

It also provides a comprehensive range of themed lists and collections covering everything from adventure travel and festivals to beaches, road trips, or family holidays.

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