The startup claims to have created the world’s largest collection of curated itineraries, culling them from sources like the New York Times and Fodors. It then guides travelers through building an itinerary, featuring information, reviews, tips, a scheduling interface, and easy tools for making changes. CEO Anshuman Bapna said that Mygola interviewed hundreds of travelers, and many said that they hunt for a good “default trip” to start with. However, many travelers don’t want to stick to a rigid schedule, or circumstances out of their control prevent them from sticking to one. Maybe your car breaks down, or you unexpectedly find yourself drinking with the second-string Irish national rugby team and unable to make your planned museum visit (this never happened to me, I swear). Get the full story at VentureBeat