I am trying to get the exact same hierarchy structure of this site: https://theculturetrip.com/
To me it seems they have this category hierarchy:
-Continent ——-Country ————–City -Food and Drink -See and Do -Art -Literature -etc.
If you click on a continent you will land on a page with posts in that continent sorted by the categories above (food and drink, art, literature, see and do).
Then if you click on a country you land on a page with posts in that country sorted by the same categories above (food and drink, art, literature, see and do).
Then if you click on a city you will land on a page with posts in that city sorted again… by the same categories above (food and drink, art, literature, see and do).
If you instead of clicking on a city you click on a category such as food and drink, you will be taken to a page where all the food and drink posts for that city appear (BUT NOT ALL FOOD AND DRINK POSTS IN GENERAL).
So my question is, is the category hierarchy they used as I described above? Or is it like this:
-Continent -Food and Drink for this Continent -See and Do for this Continent -Art for this Continent -Literature for this Continent -etc. ——-Country ——-Food and Drink for this Country ——-Art for this Country ——-Literature for this Country ——-etc. for this Country ————City ————Food and Drink for this Country ————See and Do for this Country ————Art for this Country ————Literature for this Country ————etc. for this Country
This would lead to hundreds if not thousands of categories due to all the cities and countries this would need to be created for. Or would this rather be done by creating different pages for every single one of these?
I want to set my site up in the same exact way as this, but i just dont know how best to build the relationships.
Can somebody help with a solution here?