If you are a solo traveler who is constantly trying to plan new trips, certain travel websites can help tremendously.
Traveling is a privilege to many, and having the funds to do so can be quite difficult.
The websites below will show you how to travel at the cheapest rate, while also allowing to do all of the handy work for you.
If you are having trouble finding how to get to Point A to Point B, this site is perfect. Rome2rio gives you detailed and laid out option for transportation, whether you want to fly, take a train, bus, or drive yourself.
The website also shows how much it will cost with each method of transportation, and how long it will take.
Rome2rio also offers detailed options on accommodations and rental cars.
Whether you are an avid traveler or planning out your first traveling experience, this website will be perfect for you.
RoutePerfect gives you the option to plan your travel down to a T.
RoutePerfect also gives you the option to show what kind of personality you have. For instance, if you are into beaches, you can give a rating of 1-10 next to beaches, as well as nightlife, great food, etc.
You can customize how strict your budget is, how often you want to stay in each city, and what you want your accommodations to be like.
Use Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights all around the world.
They have access to over 1200 trusted airline and travel sites and are always finding you the cheapest deal, without you having to do all of the handy work.
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RyanAir is perfect for someone wanting to travel Europe on a strict budget.
There are always flights for as low as 9 euros, and they even have promotions going on for 1 euro.
Remember to read the small print, meaning, weigh your luggage, buy checked luggage ahead of time if necessary, and check in and have your ticket printed before you get to the airport.
Budget airlines such as RyanAir have many hidden fees, which could explain why the actual plane ticket is ridiculously cheap.
Staying hotels seems to be a thing of the past. If you’ve never heard of Airbnb, or have never used it, you’re in for quite the surprise.
I would highly recommend everyone trying out Airbnb at least once, so you will be able to see the many benefits associated with booking an Airbnb over a hotel.
It’s a much more affordable way of visiting countries around the world, and can sometimes even be as cheap as staying in a hostel.
Travel tip: Always clear your history, cookies, etc., as airline sites have a way of seeing how often you are looking up a specific flight and can increase the flight simply because of you checking deals for that flight so often.
Do you use any of the above websites for your traveling needs? What other websites would you recommend using?
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