We’ve asked a few brands to create inventive boards that’ll inspire Pinners, and we’d like to have even more. Create place boards that reflect your business: the best hikes, the tastiest burgers, homes for sale or a street art walking tour.
We’ve collected a bunch of place boards on this special feed to help you get ideas as you make your own.
You’ll find boards like:
- East Coast Beach Crawl from the Travel Channel
- Gastronomic Travel from the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
- Top 100 Hotels in the World from Conde Nast Traveler
- The World’s Best Festivals from Fest300
- Tour #UMich from the University of Michigan
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the UK from VisitBritain
- Vibrant Street Markets from AFAR
- A Chicago Pork & Whiskey Tour from Thrillist
- America’s Best Hot Chocolate from Fodor’s
- Loved by Parisians and Loved by Tokyoites from Airbnb
Creating a board of Place Pins is simple. Just toggle “Add a map” when you create a new board or edit an existing board’s settings. After that, you can map all of your new and existing Pins to the board.
We’ve partnered with a group of businesses to automatically include location info on their Pins. Pins from Airbnb, Atlas Obscura, Booking.com, Citysearch, Foursquare, Hotels.com, Jetsetter, OpenTable,Roadtrippers, StreetEasy, Trulia, UrbanSpoon and VirtualTourist will have places attached to their Pinterest content.
Learn how to get place data to show up on Pins from your site on our developer site.
Many of these partners also have the Pin It button next to their sites’ images, so Pinners can easily save places they want to go.
Place Pins are our first effort to make Pinterest more useful for travel. It follows other ways we’re making your Pins more actionable in real life, including Product, Article, Movie and Recipe Pins. We hope you find Place Pins helpful!
Happy (Place) Pinning!
— Vikram Bhaskaran, currently saving ideas to Fort Greene Flaneur