Personally, I would rather see POIs as more useful.
Hmm that got me thinking, would we be able to create bespoke maps for each site, with say the Top 5 things to see?
I appreciate this could open up a giant can of worms, and lead us down paths that stray from our core function, but would that be of interest to the community.
There are a lot of sites that on first thought wouldn't need a top 5 if we limit ourselves to the core zone.
As much as I love Olomouc's Holy Trinity column I would struggle, to pick out a five things at a stretch I could get to three and one of those would be look at it!
But on something like Yellowstone National Park (Grand Prismatic Spring, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, West Thumb Geysers, Old Faithful) or the Works of leCorbusier (Villa Savoye, Notre Dame du Haut Ronchamp, Chandigarh, Unité d'habitation Marseille, Not bothering with Maison Guiete:)) I think it may be useful to know what the proper highlights are.
Or is that just something we should limit to the narrative of reviews?
Basically should we design a map for travellers to use to whilst in situ to pick out the best of a site, or should we leave that to travellers to construct form other resources and keep our focus strictly on pinpointing the core zone?