If you want to see some examples of travel writing, look in good-quality magazines (ie. a cuisine or house-and-garden-type magazine, not Woman's Weekly). There'll often be an article about 'how I explored Italy's wine trails' or 'Sunning myself in the Maldives', or themes to that effect. They're usually written in the first person, contain rather a lot of florid adjectives, and are generally targeted towards marketing/recommending a specific location, activity, hotel or restaurant. Travel articles generally mix a bit of personal experience with a lot of subjective impressions of the place, and a bit of history or info about it.
That sounds disparaging, but I'd love to write travel articles--at keast if someone was willing to pay for me to sun myself in the Maldives, which sadly nobody has yet seemed inclined to do.
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