Are you trying to find the perfect Travel company? Over the last 10 years of travel I have used many companies, some of these experiences have been successful, others not so much. I have complied a list of the companies that I come back to time and time again. I believe in the services they provide and that is why I am confident in recommending them to you.
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Airbnb’s allows homeowners to rent out their homes or apartments to travellers. Airbnb allows you to live like a local with the added benefits of home comforts (If you’re new to Airbnb, click here to get $51 off your first stay!)
Booking.com has wide range of budget accommodation. I like their easy to use interface and no money upfront policy. They are especially good for listings in developing countries. If you sign up to their loyalty program you receive 10% off bookings.
Hotels.com has fantastic loyalty program where if you book 10 nights you receive a reward night. They also have a super easy user friendly website. You also have the choice to pay at the hotel if you wish.
I always start all of my flight searches with Momondo. They seem to search more companies than other comparison sites and they find the cheapest deals.
If you have no idea where you want to go check Google Flights. You can enter in your departure airport and search for the cheapest destinations. This is great when you don’t know where you want to go, you just know you want to go.
I use World Nomads for all of my travel insurance needs. I love that it is a company by travellers for travellers. They provide great cover for a wide range of needs, their customer service is second to none and their prices are competitive. However, they only insure travellers up to the age of 70, so if you are over the age of 70 you will need to find another company
Rome2Rio allows you to find the best and cheapest way to get from one point to another. You will be given all the available routes using buses, trains, planes, boats or cars. It will also give you the cost and the links to buy you tickets.
If you are travelling around Europe take the train! It is the easiest way and often the cheapest. I would also suggest buying rail pass. On my last trip I saved almost $3,000 by using a pass
If you have any questions or concerns about almost any train trip in the world this is the website for you. The Man in Seat 61 has the most in-depth information on routes, times, prices, and train conditions.
On my most recent trip to Europe I used the Eurail pass and saved almost $3,000 on train travel. If you are wanting to have the freedom to travel whenever and where ever you want around Europe without spending a fortune, I suggest you look into the Eurail Pass
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