Over the past few decades, travelling has become quite easy with all the in-flight entertainment and spacious leg room. However, people travelling on a budget are always confused about having the right amount of funds to sort out lodging, deciding places to visit, places to skip, delicious food which does not rip their pockets off and other stuff.
Travelling on a budget is not as difficult as it seems if you make full use of your smartphones. Here are the three best travel apps you need to download in your phone, right away!
Tripadvisor is an American travel and restaurant website company providing relevant reviews. From Asia to Europe, it helps you find out the best hotels and flights for you in comparatively lower prices.
Their Things To Do section sorts out all the best sights near you along with their ticket prices and timings. And if you scroll down, you’ll find plenty of reviews to help you decide what’s best for you and what’s not. Claiming to be world’s largest travel site, tripadvisor has bragged over 500 million unbiased traveller reviews.
This app is your lodging assistant. Book the comfiest resort or hotel near airport or any prime location, at cheap prices, straight from your office or home. You just need to enter your dates of stay, the number of person staying and the purpose of your travel. It will bring out the most suitable place for you.
It also offers plenty of discount deals so don’t forget to subscribe to their newsletter.
3- Air bnb
Being an online marketplace and hospitality service operated by an American company, Air bnb is another app to sort out your lodging problems. It rents holiday cottages, apartments, homestays and hostel beds for a short term.
It also suggests things you should do during your stay at a particular place, themed restaurants you should eat from and lets you reserve your spot.
Are you planning a trip on a budget? Don’t forget to make full use of these apps and save a few bucks. 😉