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My favorite travel websites

Even though I’m kinda busy lately, I’m wandering around the internet. If you don’t have time to travel for real, than you have to do it on the internet. I have a lot of favorite travel websites I use for my wandering moment. They’re really useful for travel tips and for booking hotels and flights, so that’s what I’m going to share with you today!

Booking.com: Maybe this is a bit of a confession, but I always book my hostels/hotels on booking.com. I wander around on other sites like Wimdu & AirBnB (see down below for more explanation), but I never booked a stay on those sites. Booking.com is a site with a lot of choices in hostels and hotels. The prices vary from cheap to really expensive. Most of the times I book my hostel for the first night(s) and while traveling I book the other ones. It’s such an easy website to use and also with great deals. In this article you can read how to use booking.com for a budget trip.

Tripadvisor: This website is like the biggest travel guide ever. It’s the Lonely Planet on the internet with reviews on it from people who experienced the ‘trip’. On Tripadvisor I check the different travel tips and to do’s from the place I’m going to (or just what I said, wandering to go to). I also check the reviews for tours, because I want to see more than just the city. Because of the reviews, it’s easy to choose which tour I have to pick.

Spotted by locals: On this website you’ll find 61 city guides with insider tips by locals from that specific city. When you visit a city and you want to do something less touristic, this is an amazing website with tips to become the local while traveling.

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Wimdu & AirBnB: Even though I always use booking.com to book an accommodation, I also wander around on Wimdu & AirBnB. I think I’ll use one of those websites soon, because of the different experience instead of a normal hostel/hotel.

Skyscanner & Paperflies: For every flight I use Skyscanner to look for the cheapest flights, but I use both sites are great for finding cheap flights. Skyscanner has a great ‘everywhere’ button and Paperflies has categories to find flights in. Both sites are great to use for finding the best tickets.

Travel blogs: I follow a lot of travel blogs on Bloglovin’. I love to read those blogs, because those blogs are having tips about places I want to go. Before I leave I also search on those blogs for tips what to do and maybe for places to eat.

What are your favorite travel websites to use for wandering?

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