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Basetrip

All the travel information you need about any country

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Eightydays.me BETA

A site that plans your multi-city travel in a few clicks

Usually people dream about travelling in terms of categories: "Why don't we fly to Paris?!"

Paris is cool! And what about visiting London, Nice, Amsterdam, Barca, and back to home for the very same cost!

Pay less - get more: Pay $200 for 5-city trip instead of $200 for a usual round-trip.

Syed Irfaq R. ⚡️- Founder & CEO, Lukonet
Recently started using this App and found it very useful. Locations are limited to Europe and North America right now, but hopefully they'll cover other regions too.
Anna Zhyhar- Product Manager
Eightydays.me app gives travelers a better idea for their trips :)
Aleh Tsikhanau- Eightydays, Inc CEO
Thanks!
Travel + Leisure
Want to go to Europe but don't know where to start? There's an app for that.
Lifehacker
If you're visiting Europe for a while, it's fun to visit several cities in one trip. Eightydays helps you plan a multi-city trip quickly by picking a route and finding travel for you.
INSIDER
The INSIDER Summary: * Eightydays is a new app that helps you planning a European trip. * The travel plan includes flight information and Airbnb rates for a multi-city trip. Want to go to Europe but don't know where to start? There's an app for that.
Frugaltravelguy
Even the most seasoned travelers can occasionally feel overwhelmed when faced with a multi-city trip through Europe. There are so many options to explore, and depending on where you start and finish, many viable paths. While making your decision and weighing your options, it may be helpful to consult a database of potential journeys, which is where Eightyday… See more
MAN MAN
Het werkt eigenlijk heel simpel. Je gaat naar de site van Eightydays en je vult de periode in waarin je graag weg wilt. Dan kies je een stad waaruit je graag wilt vertrekken en waar je ook weer terug wilt komen aan het einde van je vakantie.
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Journy

Tastemaker-driven concierge to plan your perfect trip

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
My and @suzywillow used Journy to plan our trip to Lisbon late last year, super useful as someone who hates planning trips and messy logistics. They pair you with a concierge that recommends places to visit, things to do, and restaurants to go to, based on your preferences and budget. They literally plan your day for you.
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Journy is awesome. Me and my girlfriend used it in Lisbon last year. They pair you with a real life human (crazy, huh?) that plans your trip, hour-by-hour. They'll select the restaurants, sites, and other activities based on your requests. As someone that hates to plan trips, it's super useful and only $15/day.
Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt ✌️
Haven't used it personally but heard great things!
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Guides by Lonely Planet

Explore city guides curated by experts.

Ben Tossell- newCo
Lonely Planet is an amazing company for travellers and this app is no exception. I wish they had more places on there but what they do have is pretty awesome. I expect nothing less from LP
Guillaume Broder- Mobile Developer
A really great app with nice guides and all the best places to see. You an also download the guide to read offline which can be really helpful.
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All New Spottly

World's first picture-based travel guide

Edwyn Chan- Founder @ Spottly
I built this to quickly find places cool places to go without having to spend loads of time reading reviews
Nyaundi brian- Software Developer
You get to see lots of awesome pictures from the best places like restaurants in the city you'd want to visit, try it
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LeDaveed

Quality meets integrity: the Patagonia of luxury bags

LeDaveed's bags are truly thoughtful in design, sourcing, and production. They include features such as roller luggage attachments, weight-balanced shoulder straps, and padded laptop compartments to simplify the lives of busy professionals. LeDaveed's Nixburg leather uses 80% less energy and water than average, and is a byproduct of local farms.

Inc.com
Twice in the past month, I have had the privilege of exploring and experiencing Eastern Canada's fast-developing startup ecosystem. In Toronto, where I went in June to host a breakfast to expand my syndicate, Gaingels, to the city, a host of strong accelerators and funds have begun to develop an exciting new hotbed.
Monocle
Andrew Dale, a 30-year-old former banker from Toronto, founded his high-end leather-bag brand, LeDaveed, in 2016. He shares the story of how he left big...
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What websites and apps do you use to plan travel?

LukeFernandez
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"Love Google Trips. It's so handy, especially love that you can download everything."
Google Maps 4.0 - New material design brings bold graphics and fluid motion
"Offline maps, save my favorite places (I use as places to see) syncs favorites with Google Trips"
Skyscanner - Compares millions of flights to find you the cheapest deal
"Best thing Skyscanner brought to travel was 'Flexible? Search Everywhere' I had wanted this feature forever and nobody did it: search for f… See more
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