Discover and Share Experiences in Nottingham Like a Local

Old Market Square, Nottingham

Which souvenir shop in Nottingham offers unique gifts at an affordable price? Where can someone get the best panoramic view of Nottingham? What is the best path for a family bike ride around the city?

Touristic questions about Nottingham that can only be answered by someone with local knowledge are not easily found by using a search engine.  askalo Nottingham, the new Nottingham-focused Q&A community offers a platform for all questions and answers about Nottingham. Whether a person is looking for a good restaurant, free parking near the city centre, a good camp site, or a fun nightlife location, askalo Nottingham is the place to ask these questions and receive tips from people with local knowledge.

askalo Nottingham is based on the idea that when people want useful tips and recommendations about things to do and see in Nottingham, they will ask someone who knows his or her way around. The website is for people who want trustworthy and reputable answers to their Nottingham-related questions. The askalo Nottingham community votes for answers they find the most helpful. These votes allow others to identify the best tips and recommendations from the local community. Users also receive points and awards for sharing good answers, which are used to rank and highlight users who have shared good tips about Nottingham.

If a person is looking for a nice hotel for an upcoming visit to Nottingham, he or she can ask for tips or browse recommendations that are already provided by the askalo Nottingham community. Likewise, someone who has stayed at a nice hotel in the city can share their experience with others through the local askalo community. askalo Nottingham offers everyone the opportunity to experience Nottingham in a new way. Anyone who is interested in discovering things to do in Nottingham or helping others get to know Nottingham can find and share local tips on askalo Nottingham.

askalo is also available in other major cities across the UK at askalo United Kingdom.

For more information about askalo, visit the askalo blog

Jesse Wood, askalo


About the author:

Jesse James Woods is the community manager at askalo. He helps the askalo community discover new experiences and share their tips with others on the platform. Jesse loves to travel and is also an avid writer at the askalo blog ( ) where you can read tips and recommendations from around the world.

Posted on 26 September 2011
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