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Eightydays.me

AI-powered technology that plans your multi-city travel

Syed Irfaq R. ⚡️3Founder & CEO, Lukonet · Written
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.
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Tripomatic 3.0

Itinerary planner for independent travelers

Kunal Bhatia22Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
When I traveled to India for 3 weeks, I used Tripomatic (now called Sygic Travel) to plan each day. I got quite a few recommendations on what to go see when I started planning. It's really helpful with the map feature, and you can organize your trip however you want. The route mapping is really helpful, and it can help you decide how many things you should do in a day. You can share and collaborate with your friends too. http://www.sygic.com/travel
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Google Trips

Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place

Tom BieleckiCofounder, PrintToPeer · Written
I was genuinely surprised with how well the Google Trips apps was thought out. The recommendations are great as well as the offline-first experience, but also the integration into other Google apps.
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Kunal Bhatia22Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
The travel guides in Google Trips are an awesome place to start. I helped my parents plan travel to Europe in half the time it normally takes me time to research things to do. They have suggested itineraries and you can customize things when you're there. A tap of the magic wand when you're on your trip, and you can find cool things to do nearby.
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Pana

On-demand travel concierge

Kate42Community @ Product Hunt · Written
Pana is awesome because they basically plan your trip from arrival to departure for you and send you the itinerary. You just get to enjoy. It's like a travel-specific butler for the 21st century.
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