I really love traveling, but with all the information out there I’m always worried that I might miss out on a good deal. That’s why I compiled this list of the best travel websites for girls that love to travel. No matter if you are planning a budget-, luxury or romantic trip, these websites offer options for every type of traveler. Using these websites will make planning your trip super easy and enjoyable.
The great thing about Expedia is that there Bundle and Save option allows you to save money. Instead of booking your flight and hotel separately, you save a good chunk of the costs by booking both at the same time.
I’m not obsessed with much, but Skyscanner is definitely one thing. Their ridiculous cheap airfares make it very hard not to spend every morning checking their website. By comparing hundreds of airlines, they always find you the cheapest flight for your next trip. And if you subscribe to their newsletter, they sent flight deals straight to your inbox.
I admit Couchsurfing is not for everyone, but if you are on a serious budget or just want to meet locals in a new city, then Couchsurfing is great. It comprises a large and friendly community of hosts that accommodate others for free. And if you have doubts, then you can get to know the platform by joining a meet-up first.
Girl, if you haven’t tried out Airbnb yet, you are missing out! Airbnb offers a wide range of privately owned accommodation to choose from. No matter if you are looking for a cute little room, a fancy apartment or a full-on house, Airbnb has it all. And if you register with this link you receive €30 travel credit!
Two years ago, I checked into my first hostel alone, and am hooked ever since. Hostelworld is the perfect travel website for the ones of you that are traveling solo or backpacking because you can easily review hostels and find out which ones offer a great community of travelers.
As part of the TripAdvisor universe, Viator literally allows you to travel with an insider. On the website, you will find thousands of guided tours to partake in while abroad. Prices, as well as offers, differ greatly, so make sure to check reviews and ratings before you book.
In contrast to TripAdvisor, Lonely Planet offers expert insights into today’s top travel destinations. Their travel guides include each and every tourist attraction you need to know about for your upcoming trip.
Okay, this one I have never tried but am dying to book. Air Wander is a flight search engine that finds you inexpensive multiday stopovers. To use AirWander you just put in your departure and arrival destination and then choose from a selection of cities to stop in. The system will then find you the best connection between the three. Instead of having to research it and book multiple separate flights, you get to book it all in one. Amazing!!!
Like I said above, I can’t stand missing a good deal! That’s why Secret Flying is my most important travel website. I check the site every morning (right after I satisfied my Social Media addiction) and end up booking a spontaneous get-away once a month. Their insane offers include for example: USA to Australia for under $500 USD or a 2-night Bahama cruise for 2 people under $300 USD. Crazy? I know! So, get on it now!
Almost as important as the last website, is Groupon when planning a trip. Once you are done booking your flights and accommodation you should check out Groupon to see if they offer any coupons on attractions in your destination. It’s a great way to find fun activities such as water sports, spa treatments or animal excursions for cheap.
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