Sightseeing has been a big part of the fun of flightsimming for me for more than 30 years now. Initially, I expected the MSFS Bush Trips would fit that need, but in view of their inflexibility (fixed plane, time, weather, hidden flight plan) combined with the numerous bugs (I found me prepared for VFR at midnight!) and usually lacking until nil documentation of the routes I lost interest in them (yes, I know there are a few tricks to handle some issues, but still).
This way I was curious when Migman’s World Tour hit my eyes. That’s basically flight plans for interesting spots of the world, which alone perhaps wouldn’t be worth mentioning. However, they come with comprehensive pdf documentation of every trip to prepare your flight, which you can read and see offline in advance, contrary to the Bush Trips Navlogs. During flight those docs can be referred to on a 2nd machine/tablet without cluttering the screen, that’s what I prefer, or using an in-game pdf viewer like Sky4Sim Pad.
Besides, you’re not bound to that strict Radials/Timer Bush Trip navigation which of course IS VFR but at times draws your attention from enjoying POIs and stuff itself.
Remark: You don’t get a badge should you need one.
Disclaimer: I am in no way retated to Migman but just a customer.