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The PlanetWare Travel Encyclopaedia, the largest, searchable source of
travel attractions data on the Web, is now on-line at The PlanetWare site helps travellers search
for travel gems related to their special interests, provides
visit-decision details and serves as a one-stop source for making
judgements about the relative merits of tourist attractions.

One highlight of the PlanetWare Web site is the over 5 000 high-quality,
artistic photos which help users select destinations visually.
PlanetWare permits travellers and students to incorporate these images
in non-commercial printouts, if credit is given.

The PlanetWare Travel Encyclopaedia offers 10 000 pages of free data
including all photos, complete details of a featured city (currently 550
attractions of London, England), checklists of the top-rated
attractions, suggested walking and driving tour sequences, plus names of
the 8000 towns profiled by PlanetWare. An additional 100 000 pages
giving detailed e-scriptions, hours, addresses are available by monthly
subscription at a cost comparable to that of a single paper tour guide
book ($20/month).

The interactive PlanetWare maps pinpoint sites or present details of the
clicked site. PlanetWare allows subscribers to search for attractions in
150 special interest or hobby groups. Users can find every skiing
opportunity, walking trail, collectible museum or architectural style.
Keyword searches work whether or not the searcher types accented
characters. English or American spellings are equivalent enabling a
search for “theater” to locate “theatre.”

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