Navigate the world's small places with our latest iOS update

We are happy to announce that during our Scotland Jamboree we released a new version of our iOS apps that gives travelers like you a fresh new way to explore many of the small towns and beautiful, remote sites scattered across the globe that traditional guidebooks often leave out.


Our mission is to build a travel guide that you can use anywhere on the planet. Since people travel to many locations that are outside the major cities and towns, we’ve focused on making this version of our app the ultimate source of information about the many fun, authentic small ...

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Around the World in 80 Dishes - nr. 4 Ice Cream in Rome

Number 4 on our list is

4. Ice Cream in Rome


La Gelateria Frigidarium

Centuries ago, people flavored snow with syrups to make ice cream. We’ve come a long way since then and naturally, Italian gelato is at the forefront. Often handmade in small batches, gelato is less fatty and kept at a lower temperature giving it a softer and more intense flavor. What better way to observe the hustle and bustle of Rome than to sit outside a gelateria with perfectly creamy gelato? For those lucky enough to enjoy this sweet treat in Rome, make a point of ...

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Around the World in 80 Dishes - nr. 3 Salumi in Parma

Our number three dish is

3. Salumi in Parma

I Tri Siochètt

In the rolling countryside of Parma, Italy, you’ll find this quaint osteria serving the best Italian cured meat for miles around. I tri Siochètt serves up a variety of Italian cold cuts, ranging from traditional Parma ham to deliciously fatty salami and salty, rustic bresaola. Come in for a glass of wine and some antipasti or take some to go. At I tri Siochètt, enthusiastic eaters will find some of the world’s best cured meats.

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Around the World in 80 Dishes - nr. 2 Zabaione in Turin

Next on tour of the best Italian dishes is

2. Zabaione in Turin

Caffe al Bicerin

Zabaione is the Italian version of eggnog (or eierpunsch or advocaat) and consists of creamy egg yolks, sugar and sometimes a dash of wine. Caffe al Bicerin has been perfecting Italian drinks for centuries and their zabaione is no different. Freshly whipped by hand and served with lady fingers, this heavenly concoction is not to be missed. A stop off at Caffe al Bicerin for a zabaione in Turin is a must for anyone with a sweet tooth.

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Around the World in 80 Dishes - 1. Pizza in Naples

Here at Triposo, we think that one of the very best ways to experience a new culture is through its cuisine. When we travel, we make sure to get an authentic taste of the local delicacies. In this series, we’ll cover 80 of the best dishes and drinks in the world, ranging from pizza in Italy to tagine in Morocco to mojitos in Cuba. Join us for this series that promises to give you a little taste of the wider world of food culture and get you revved up to travel and try it all yourself!

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Top 10 - Haggis Worldwide (with a surprise Nr. 1!)

The Triposo Team is going to Inverness, Scotland next week for our next Jamboree. To celebrate we thought we'd share with you our top picks for eating haggis around the globe - and there's a surprise number one entry!

Haggis is considered the national dish of Scotland thanks to poet Robert Burns’ poem "Address to a Haggis". Whether you eat yours with "neeps and tatties" (mashed turnips and potatoes) and a glass of whiskey, or deep fried, for a true taste of Scotland try haggis at one of these top restaurants.

10. Cafe Gandolfi

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Top 10 Tequila Bars in the U.S., Just in Time for Cinco de Mayo!

Believe it or not, Cinco de Mayo isn’t just about drinking one too many margaritas and practicing your high school Spanish. The holiday originally started in Mexico as a way to commemorate the Battle of Puebla during the Mexican Wars of Independence. Though it’s not actually a national holiday in Mexico and is primarily celebrated in the Puebla region, it has taken on significance in the U.S. as a day to appreciate Mexican heritage and culture.

Regardless of its history, Cinco de Mayo is a great excuse to get more familiar with the cuisine of Mexico, not ...

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The Triposo Terrible Tourists Survey: Bad Behavior Abroad Revealed!

One of the best parts of travel is the chance to get out of your comfort zone: try new things, meet new people and have exciting experiences. Of course, it’s possible to take it a little too far. So we over here at Triposo recently conducted a survey to find out more about how people behave when they travel abroad.

Our survey covers everything from travel etiquette and manners (like hogging the arm rests and asking to switch seats incessantly) to drunken misbehavior and foreign fraternization. We talked to more than 700 respondents from 62 countries to find out ...

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Announcing: Triposo 2.0 for Android

Exciting news today for all you Android users: Triposo 2.0 is live! In this version, Triposo has updated the app with a bunch of great new features, like live event listings, social reviews and an improved layout for tablets and bigger devices.

The new app features include:

  • Local events listings to help you find more spontaneous fun while traveling
  • Improved phrasebooks to help you communicate effectively, even when you’re out of your element
  • Redesigned location and place screens to make it easier than ever to find what you’re looking for
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If you love Shakespeare these places should be on your bucket list

Now that Shakespeare's 449th birthday is approaching we decided to check for the most Shakespearian paces to visit. We attempted to automatically identify cities and towns for which the England's dramatist produced, directly or indirectly, a noticeable increase in attractiveness for tourists. We believe that visiting the places that are linked to a famous local is a great way to explore a town - so we may work in adding that option in your favorite travel app in the future. But before we get there: here is the Shakespeare list:

London

London, UK, the long-time home of Shakespeare. The ...

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