Hello to you, reader! If you’re reading this, you’re probably not so keen on organising your trips with a travel agency. You prefer to do your planning on your own, don’t you?
Well, that requires quite the effort and skills which can be extremely helped and improved by this list of websites covering different areas of your travel. Of course I skipped the obvious ones like Skyscanner or Hostelworld. 😉
Looking for cheaper transport? What about travelling by bus? If you’re considering it, you should have a look to Busbud, a website providing bus schedules. Busbud also compares bus companies and allows you to book your ticket.
This site is the perfect way to get a list of all the options available to get to your destination; it takes into account flights, trains, ferries, buses, and cars and it also estimates how long your journey will take.
A valid alternative to eDreams or Skyscanner, Skiplagged compares several companies and flights.
Do you always feel a bit dizzy after a long flight? Jet lag Rooster will calculate and organise your sleep schedule and adjust it to the new time zone BEFORE travelling there.
Art lover? Try this website, also available on app, to find museums, culture-related activities, book your tickets and so on.
Wanna travel respecting both environment and people? This website is just your cup of tea, since it provides you with a range of responsible travel’s activities.
If looking for adventure, check peek and find the one that most suits you!
The best way to experience a place is travelling with a local. But what if you don’t know one? Try this guide written by locals or go with withlocals and get to know someone!
Reviews, maps and tips also available offline. Super useful!
Are you both a foodie and a traveler? Want to experience local cuisine? Try Foodspotting and find your dream meal.
You’re using TripAdvisor but you don’t think it’s reviews are trustworthy? Here you have plenty of reviews given by experienced travelers. Enjoy!
Stay with locals and enjoy local culture, you’ll love it.
Both Wimdu and Roomorama are dedicated to vacation rentals, expecially useful when you’re looking for a flat to stay in.
Very similar to Airbnb, except for the fact that it’s free 😉
So.. what you’re waiting for? Pack your things and go!
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