With 25 million travelers using our site every month, it’s no surprise that we have some interesting things to share about the way people travel. Each month, our new “Go/No Go Index” digs up data from TripAdvisor.com to reveal recommendations and trends based purely on our users (what they do, write, and ask on the site). It’s all about the data.
This month, our inside scoop is on eating like a local in five amazing world destinations, based on the most-browsed restaurants on TripAdvisor.com by locals and by tourists. The “Go” is where locals are eating, the “No Go” is where everyone else is eating, and “The Best of Both Worlds” is the middle ground, the most browsed eateries by locals and foreigners alike.
So what do you think, travelers? Does this accurately reflect the “Go” and the “No Go” for eating like a local in these cities?
Please note: These restaurants were chosen based on TripAdvisor browsing data, not our editors (who wish with all their might that they could have taste-tested each and every one).