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Best travel sites and apps of 2017

Best travel sites and apps of 2017 | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

This Huffington Post article outlines twelve of the best travel sites of 2017, popular with travel bloggers and backpackers alike. These apps take care of every part of the travel process, from finding the cheapest flight to planning day-to-day activities. Among the examples include:

 

  • Sygic Travel - lays out attractions by city on a map. Click on each one for a description and a list of tours which can be booked on the spot.
  • Utrip - this site creates a day-by-day itinerary tailored to your interests, factoring in desired destination, budget and factors such as dining, history, shopping and saving money.
  • Roadtrippers - includes an interactive map of restaurants, attractions, hotels, natural wonders and 'weird stuff' along your road trip route.
  • TripIt - keeps details for your flights, hotels, car rentals, restaurant reservations and other travel plans in one clean, convenient place so they can be accessed with ease.
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Vagabond Lifestyles's curator insight, March 3, 8:23 AM
Awesome tools to plan your next trip around town or around the globe.
 
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Travel sites are working on personalisation but do consumers notice?

Travel sites are working on personalisation but do consumers notice? | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

Elements of personalisation are creeping into online travel sites as demonstrated by a recent study by eDigitalResearch. The eTravel Benchmark looks at the digital travel experience across a number of criteria including first impressions, search, booking process and design and usability. Booking.com came out on top for the fifth time running for its performance across all channels - desktop, mobile and mobile application. According to the survey, personalised digital experiences are a growing trend although most consumers aren't really aware that content is personalised with only 20 per cent recognising these features. Click here to download the full study.

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