Business tourism, in addition to being an important source of economic benefits, is an excellent way to showcase a region and its heritage. If the first objective of a business trip is obviously professional, it is also often the opportunity to discover a city or a region. With JOOKS, take advantage of your run to let you be guided to the must-sees of your destination. In this article, we have put together our best routes in the cities most frequented by business travelers.
The British capital has a lot to offer and is regularly ranked as one of the most popular cities for business travelers. The City district is a major financial and business center and provides a large number of services for companies. But beyond the economic aspect, London is full of emblematic sites that it would be a shame to miss. For those who are in a hurry, our route The essentials in 5km will take you to discover the capital's must-sees, from Big Ben to Trafalgar Square. If you have a little more time, the longer 10km version will allow you to go deeper into your visit.
Bangkok is an ultramodern city and a hub of commerce in Southeast Asia, attracting more and more investors. Attracted by the stability of the infrastructure, the tax advantages but also the quality of life, many foreign companies decide to settle there. The business travelers are thus more and more numerous to invest in the Thai capital. And since in Thailand, work and pleasure are inseparable, take advantage of your stay to explore the city along the water with our Bangkok and its canals route, from the banks of the Chao Phraya to Jim Thompson's house.
If Paris is THE world tourist destination par excellence, the French capital is also one of the must-see places for business travelers. Paris has a lot to offer business travelers: an excellent public transportation network, a large hotel capacity, modern conference facilities, a wide range of dining options, and a rich cultural heritage. Our route The heart of Paris will beat in you... will take you to meet this exceptional heritage, from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre Museum.
As a major hub in the Asia-Pacific region, Sydney is the embodiment of a business that places a premium on quality of life. The Central Business District is located on the waterfront and invites workers to combine productivity and well-being. Join the throngs of runners who take their lunch break to stroll through the district and discover the historic heart of the city on our Essential Sydney route. It will take you past iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House, George Street and the Museum of Sydney.
Often overlooked in favor of the more colorful Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo is nonetheless the best business city in Latin America. The economic heart of Brazil, the megalopolis hosts three quarters of the country's trade shows and conventions and generates nearly one fifth of Brazil's GDP. But São Paulo is also home to numerous historical monuments, parks, museums and an incomparable gastronomy. Explore the cultural side of the city with our Paulista Megalopolis route, which will take you from the São Paulo Museum of Art to the Praça da República, through Avenida Paulista - one of the city's largest and most famous thoroughfares.
Although it is one of the smallest countries in Europe, Luxembourg does not lack ambition. For several years, the Duchy has been seeking to enter the top 50 destinations for business tourism and it has given itself the means to do so: hypermodern infrastructures, a multilingual and multicultural environment and quality services. All of this in a setting worthy of a fairy tale, with a capital city surrounded by the Alzette River, perched atop a rocky peak. Our Must-See route will guide you through the most emblematic places of this ideal place to combine business, culture and relaxation.