Which app/website do you use the most for your travel planning?

Eg. Which sites would check to decide what places in a city to visit, what time to visit, which local restaurants to try out etc?
7 recommended
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    A marketplace to buy and sell fashion

    Ben Lang
    Ben LangCommunity @NotionHQ, angel investor · Written
    Google Trips is a great fairly new product from Google for organizing all your travel info and discovering places when you go.
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    The New TripAdvisor

    World's largest travel site. 600M+ unbiased traveler reviews

    Product Pearson
    Product PearsonProduct Manager @ Property4Media · Written
    I rely heavily on TripAdvisor before I travel anywhere. I can get reviews on hotels I am thinking of staying in. I can see great places to eat that have good reviews and can see photos of the type of food they have on offer and how it looks. It's also superb for checking out the top attractions so that when you visit a new city or country you can check out the top landmarks and be sure you didn't miss out anything, as it's always safely stored in the top 10 places to visit. I don't tend to do any booking directly on TripAdvisor, and instead use it as a research tool.
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    Markus Huber
    Markus HuberSecoroco, Blutvoll Media Agentur · Written
    Markus Huber made this product
    Not exactly what you're looking for, but maybe helpful. Pollunit simplifies the decision-making process with your friends. For example: Where should it go? When should it go there? Who has time? What is your favorite holiday destination?
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    Hostel World
    Product Pearson
    Product PearsonProduct Manager @ Property4Media · Written
    Hostels have improved massively over the years. Some that you stay in now are just as good as budget hotels if not better. The only reason they are listed as hostels is because they have communal areas for self catering etc. Hostelworld is ideal for finding the best places to stay if you want to travel on a budget and not spend out too much on accomodation.
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    Foursquare 10

    Your ultimate city guide, in your pocket

    Björn Antonissen
    Björn Antonissen🇳🇱 Freelance Designer & Developer · Written
    Foursquare is great to find restaurants. You can also find things to do.
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    Cheap flights, cheap hotels, and travel Search

    Brian Leonard
    Brian LeonardProduct / Growth / Marketing · Written
    I love Hipmunk for finding flights and hotels once you have decided on where you are going. Slick UI and lets you visually see the length of time of flights + price alert notifications.
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    Skyscanner 7.0

    Find and book great deals on flights, hotels, and car rental

    Brendhain Reid
    Brendhain ReidSaaS Operations | Customer Success · Written
    Skyscanner compares flight prices from all airlines and deal-websites (Expedia, Travelocity, Orbitz). You can use this to take spontaneous trips or to find good deals on flights (especially if you don't have a specific destination in mind. Best search options: 1) You can set it to find the month with the cheapest available flights to any desired destination. 2) You can set it to search all departure airports within a few hours of your city. 3) You can set it to search for the cheapest country to fly to. For example, if you wanted to travel to South or Central America next winter (but don't really care where as long as it's warm)... it will search all of the included countries and find you the cheapest flights!