These handy travel websites will give you travel cravings
Gotcha! You’re looking for handy travel websites to make your journey even better. Am I right or am I right? Well, today is your lucky day because we’ve put those websites on a list for you. Yes! And by travel websites I don’t mean the websites you already know like Booking.com or Skyscanner. No… this list is full of travel websites you probably never heard of. Travel websites to find hidden gems in your next holiday destination, how to figure out the cheapest flights, where you can find free wifi at airports, and even where to find a dog sitter.
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18 X travel websites that you don’t know
Roadtrippers: The perfect website for a road trip in America. Fill in your begin and end points and Roadtrippers will tell you where you can sleep, what activities you can do, and where to find the prettiest spots.
Love Home Swap: The Holiday in real life! On Love Home Swap you swap houses with a stranger for free. There are more than 70,000 vacation homes in 160 countries!
Jet Lag Rooster: Do you always have problems with jetlag? Fill in where you’re going a few days before you fly there and you get an entire sleeping schedule to avoid a jetlag.
TripHobo: Figuring out a trip or finding things to do in a city usually takes a lot of time. On TripHobo you don’t only find Destination Guides, but you can also check out Travel Plans of other members. Handy!
Homestay: Would you like to stay at a local’s place? Through Homestay that’s possible. And on top of that, they usually show you all the insider spots of the city. So fun!
Valable: Would you like a local tour guide? Through Valable you get a glance at all of the tours in every city. Ranging from Street art tours to food and night life tours.
Turo: Don’t feel like travelling with public transportation? Visit Turo, the Airbnb of cars. Rent a car for a more affordable price than at a car dealer.
GetMyBoat: Worldwide you can rent a boat in 154 countries, like Airbnb for boats. Are you not great at sailing? No worries, you can usually rent ‘personnel’ as well. Do you want to snorkel or even go parasailing? You can also do that on some of the boats.
Eatwith: What’s more fun than eating at someone’s house? The perfect way to explore the local cuisine is through Eatwith, and eat with locals in their house.
I Think Diff: Those of you who aren’t born with a real knack for talent can download the app I Think Diff. This dictionary also works offline, very handy.
Overnight: Are you looking for a last minute place to stay overnight? On Overnight you can only book a room the day of. The owner has to reply within 10 minutes, so you’ll know straight away if you have a place to sleep or not.
Trippy: On Trippy.com you can ask and answer. Where ever you are in the world, ask your questions. Whether it’s about bus routes, safety, or a good restaurant, you’ll always get answers.
Sleeping in Airports: Are you the unlucky one that’s stuck with a delay but already at the airport? Have a look on sleepinginairports.com. Here you’ll find a list of where you can discover the best and strongest wifi, where you can charge your laptop and even take a shower.
Roadside America: On Roadside America you’ll learn about all of the bizarre attractions in America. From museums about popcorn, to articles about Andy the Footless Goose and where you can find him.
TrustedHousesitters: Are you going on vacation but don’t know what to do with your pets? Here you can find reliable pet sitters. Handy?
Kayak Explore: Are you unsure about where you want to go, but sure that you want to go somewhere? Fill in the dates, or the temperature you’re looking for, and you’ll see an overview of all possible flights with prices on a map.
Clever Layover: Do you want a layover in Paris or Reykjavik and want to know what the best fly dates and times are? Then you’re at the right address at Clever Layover. It shows you the best deals, dates, and times so you can enjoy your layover to the max.
Rome 2 Rio: Plan your trip from door to door. Or in other words, do you want to leave from Amsterdam and end in Pairs? Through this website you can see exactly how to get there, with what transportation, and for the lowest cost.
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