Favorite Travel Sites
My All-Time Favorite Travel Sites & Apps
Yay! I’m super excited to share my favorite travel sites and apps with you. This is me telling all and hoping that you still need me and my blog afterwards. Just remember the little people, okay? Yes, I 1000% use these sites regularly and know them all to be reputable, reliable companies. I stand by every recommendation on this listing. (Now including content creation resources as well!)
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DK Eyewitness Guides have lots of photos, cool walking tours, even waterproof removable maps sometimes.
Duolingo is fun, easy to use and—let’s be honest—who doesn’t love Duo the owl? 10 minutes a day on the app.
It’s my favorite travel girl group everrr, Wanderful. Grab $50 off annually with promo code WASHINGTONDC.
The Nomadic Network is a cool crowd with lots of meet-ups, both in-person and online. I also present for them!
Bet you didn’t know Google Travel even existed. But it doooes! I like it for attractions info, website, hours, etc.
My two favorite things on Tripadvisor: Their hotel rankings and their travel forums. Both are money.
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Google Flights—duh. If you enter roundtrip info, it populates pricing on a calendar for you. Excellent.
Rome2Rio is my all-time favorite logistical site. All your options and prices for getting from Point A to Point B.
Orbitz is still a goodie for mix-and-match flight bookings from Google Flights and car rentals. Plus—Orbucks.
Viator is hands down my go-to for any and all day tours I plan during my travels. Never had a bad experience.
Use Big Bus Tours to get a general idea of your city and then use it for transportation the rest of the day!
Department of State for travel advisories, visa requirements, country information, laws and customs.
I always check WHO for a gut check or when I have additional questions the CDC site couldn’t answer.
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