Historical places UK

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JKJE
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Historical places UK

Postby JKJE » 09 Aug 2017, 22:46

While i was in UK, I found out that there is many places that is national trust. i think its a good start to check that out to get more intresting zones in whole of The UK area

getingkex
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Re: Historical places UK

Postby getingkex » 15 Aug 2017, 18:47

I agree with this. I think zones in the UK need to placed more with tourists in mind, as most zones are in practice taken by visiting Swedes at the moment.

It's great that North Wales got some more zones at last but I think it would be nicer for visitors to get taken to interesting places to see rather than random locations in Rhyl and Bangor :) Would be very willing to provide a list of suggestions if anyone's interested.

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DIProgan
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Re: Historical places UK

Postby DIProgan » 16 Aug 2017, 12:47

Shouldn't each country's zones be placed with its own citizens in mind, even if they're not all that active at the moment? Although I'm not sure there's a difference between what locals and tourists like.

Munin
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Re: Historical places UK

Postby Munin » 22 Aug 2017, 11:00

If the aim is to get local turfers in UK, then National Trust sites, is not the first place to put zones, more important to be on the look-out for where zones are needed in cities/towns where people live and sprinkle zones there.

If the aim is to give Swedish tourist turfers cool zones to visit on their vacation, by all means go with the National Trust site.

My aim at the moment, as a zone maker in two UK regions, is the first: To make it more interesting for local turfers who happen to download the app.

That said, a good zone suggestion is always a good zone suggestion and I will look at it :)


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