3 Travel Web Sites You Should Be Using Now

The Internet is an invaluable resource for travelers interested in saving time and money.  With just a little effort savvy surfers can quickly find (and book) the lowest prices on flights, hotel rooms, rental cars, and much more.
Listed below are three of my favorite travel websites.

Booking Buddy
Booking Buddy consolidates numerous travel search engines onto a single page so you don’t have to maneuver from site to site when shopping for flights, hotels, cars, cruises, etc.  (Kayak.com also allows you to search over 140 different sites to compare rates)
http://www.bookingbuddy.com

TripAdvisor
Not only is Trip Advisor incredibly useful when you need to check out a potential hotel (or restaurant) anywhere in the world, it’s also just plain fun to read reviews from people who have actually stayed there.  In addition, book flights, cars, vacation homes, get help with trip ideas, and more.
http://www.tripadvisor.com

Tripit
The “online travel itinerary and trip planner” organizes all your travel information in one place.  As stated on their website, “Simply forward confirmation emails to plans@tripit.com and TripIt will automatically build an itinerary for your trip that you can access anytime, either online or from a mobile device.”
Sounds easy and it is.
http://www.tripit.com

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3 responses to “3 Travel Web Sites You Should Be Using Now

  1. Bad Driver

    Very helpful stuff, as always. I’ll bookmark these sites.

  2. Pingback: 5 Ways to Save Money When Traveling To Europe « Le Stuff

  3. This list to be updated. Very good info though.

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