Uber’s New Feature Makes Traveling Easier, More Exciting, and More Comfortable

As the holiday season of this year has officially started, Uber is aiming to make it easier to plan a trip by rolling out a range of opportunities for travelers. The app cab service recently added features of restaurant reservations and booking tours right through the app.

The New Feature

As part of the new Uber Explore feature, customers can now book tours with Viator and make reservations through OpenTable, as a new way to explore in-destination attractions. These two companies are now integrated into the new feature of Uber. The popular rideshare company first launched its Uber Explore Tab in March this year in Mexico City and over a dozen other areas across the USA.


According to the head of mobility verticals tech at Uber Adib Roumani, Uber Explore aims to take customers beyond a ride. This unique feature is trying to broaden the boundary of travel while easing the burden of planning, putting everything at the fingertips of the customers. With the new thrilling integration with Viator, the largest experiences marketplace in the world, Uber is now offering extensive opportunities for customers to book planned tours, adventurous activities, and amazing experiences. And through the partnership with OpenTable, the company is making sure to deliver travelers hassle-free memorable dining experiences in choices of locations.

Other Features

First launched in May, Uber Travel is another feature that’s getting expanded by the company. Through this feature, customers can store train, car, and flight reservations by linking their Outlook, Hotmail, or Gmail accounts to the app. Now, this feature is available in all the major cities of the USA and Canada, along with over 10,000 cities all around the world. Uber is also rolling out Uber Charter service in more than 20 metropolitan cities of the USA, allowing customers to book a limo, coach bus, or party bus directly through the app.

4 Locations from ‘Emily in Paris’ That People Can Visit

People are raving about one of Netflix’s latest shows, Emily in Paris. It’s about a young Chicago native who works as a marketing executive. She moves to Paris to bring an American perspective to the French Marketing firm. Whether you’re fond of the show or not, there’s one thing that most people can agree on, and that’s the setting and how stunning it is.

Iconic Settings from ‘Emily in Paris’

A scene from Emily in Paris The beautiful shots that were taken over the Seine river in France, along with the rest of the iconic settings shown in ‘Emily in Paris’ truly showcase just how beautiful Paris is. Most of the settings in the show are places that people can visit in real life. You can follow Emily’s footsteps when you’re in Paris next by checking out some of these places:

1. Pont Alexandre III

Pont Alexandre III Pont Alexandre III is one of the picturesque bridges in Paris and it’s one that is considered to be the most beautiful. In the show, Emily’s French marketing firm, Savoir, films a campaign here with one of their clients. The scene shows off the beautiful views from the bridge of the Eiffel Tower and the Grand Palais.

2. L’Atelier des Lumières

L'Atelier des Lumières This is an abandoned factory that was turned into an art space. It opened in 2018, and now the exhibitions include the works of Chagall, Renoir, and Monet in “Journeys Around the Mediterranean.”

3. Panthéon

Panthéon Throughout ‘Emily in Paris,’ viewers were able to spot many of the famous monuments in Paris, like the Panthéon which is a building located in the Latin Quarter of the city. It has many notable French figures that are buried there. These include Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Pierre and Marie Curie, Victor Hugo, and more.

4. Café de Flor

Café de Flor This cafe is located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, and it’s one of the most famous cafes in Paris. It has welcomed some of the most famous philosophers and writers in the world during its prime time. It’s a touristy spot, but also a great place to get an espresso.