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Robinson GreigFreelance UX Designer

What are the best tools for planning a trip?

How do you go about finding new places to explore in a new city or country? There has to be something out there that's better than TripAdvisor, etc.
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    Google Trips

    Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place

    Ivan DimitrovGrowth Hacker @ pCloud Β· Written
    It shows you the best places to visit and creates an agenda if you need one!
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    Ian RumacAndroid Developer @ Undabot Β· Written
    Google trips is amazing! Instead of switching between emails and maps and googling stuff I need, I can just use one app that has it all - automatically gets tickets and hotel bookings from my email, downloaded an offline map, pinpointed the most important things on it and it even suggests stuff you can do. It's awesome.
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    Tabiko

    Human bot hybrid assistant for traveling in Japan πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

    Krishna PrahasithCo-Founder & CTO @Tabiko ; BITSian Β· Written
    Krishna Prahasith made this product
    One interesting way is to plan your trip by chatting with expert travel agents or maybe a bot, rather than going through a huge list of online sites. Tabiko does it for Japan travel.
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    Eightydays.me BETA

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

    Aleh TsikhanauEightydays, Inc CEO Β· Written
    Aleh Tsikhanau made this product
    I love my job!
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    Pana

    On-demand travel concierge

    RebeccaSenior BI Engineer Β· Written
    I love Pana. Their concierge service is above and beyond. If you travel more than once a month and have to book your own trips, it's worth it. I had no idea how much time I was spending booking but Pana was a big eye opener. Their free app is great too and definitely makes planning much easier, especially for groups.
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    Flamyngo

    Create a city guide with help of your friends.

    Maarten GravenFounder, Flamyngo Β· Written
    Maarten Graven made this product
    Biased as a founder... but hey, our community thinks it's a great app for getting the suggestions coming in from friends and then explore the city with the free Flamyngo app which works offline! 🌴
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