Travel Agents? Who needs them when you have the internet? Your smartphone is actually the best tool to help you plan and organize your travels, whether for business, holiday or quick weekend trips.
From booking airline tickets, getting around, translating language or budgeting, there is a variety of apps to choose from depending on your travel needs.
But today, let’s focus on some of the apps designed specifically for planning the perfect itinerary for wanderlusts like you.
Make planning for your holidays a breeze by using TripHobo, an itinerary planning app that is perfect for DIY travelers.
All you need to do is enter your destination and the app will suggest a variety of hotels and attractions that you can choose from. It offers insider travel tips, the top tourist attractions, the best restaurants, must-do activities and the best local transport system to choose. You can personalize your own schedule of activities or explore other traveler’s itineraries. Sharing your trip plans with friends and family is very easy too and you can access them offline even without internet connection.
Sygic is another must-have tool for every traveler. As soon as you enter your destination and travel date, a large map pops up showing you the whole city with small icons for top attractions that you can click to get a short description, important info, customer rating and a “+” button if you want to add it to your itinerary.
Aside from things to do, you can also search and book for tours, hotels, flights and car rental services within the app.
For travelers who love the all American road trip adventure, Roadtrippers is the perfect app for you. Just enter you starting point and destination and the app will map out the route for you, including scheduled stops and interesting things to see and visit along the way.
You know how challenging it is to split up the travel costs when you’re traveling with a bunch of people. With Travefy, you can plan custom itineraries, share it with your travel buddies and collect money for deposits, reservations, etc. The app features an “Ask People to Pay” button where you can split the fees and receive payment through cash or Paypal.