My "Go To" Travel Websites

I Find Myself Using Them All The Time - Maybe You Should Too

Author: The Traveling Professor/Thursday, September 24, 2015/Categories: General Travel

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Here are the websites The Traveling Professor uses on a regular basis:

Airlines:  For planning itineraries, I always use matrix.itasofware.com  In fact, I have a 7-page guide showing you how to get the BEST air itinerary:  http://www.travelingprofessor.com/Portals/0/How%20to%20Find%20the%20Best%20Airfares.pdf.  I also use www.seatguru.com for finding the best seats on airlines.

Trains:  Don't use www.raileurope.com but use Captaine Train (see https://www.captaintrain.com/en) to avoid all those extra fees charged by RailEurope.   Captaine Train also offers more discounts for seniors and other categories.  If booking in Italy, I go to www.trenitalia.com directly.

Hotels:  To be honest with you, I don't usually use websites to find hotels.   For my tours, I MUST inspect each hotel personally.  But when traveling domestically, I always use the Hotels Tonight app for great hotel deals.

Weather:   I check the weather, regardless of which city I am in, on my iPhone.

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