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  • July 7, 2014
    TravAbled provides accessible locations with reviews & ratings

    Looking for hotels, facilities, stores or restaurants that are disabled-access friendly? Check out TravAbled offering trusted advice from firsthand travelers that have been on the spot and gathered information, offering a wide variety of travel choices and planning features with seamless links to booking tools. Registered users can search for accessible locations, add comments, photos, […]

  • June 14, 2014
    50 new hotspots to watch out for next few travel years

    If you’re looking for a different travel destination that is unlike the usual ones of Paris, London, Berlin or New York that get so many visitors each year that trips to these destinations can be disappointing experiences filled with crowded tourist sites, overpriced hotels, and bad restaurants, then look at the infographic by LoveHomeSwap. The […]

  • June 11, 2014
    Google Flight Search will offer a destination to you

    Wondering where you should go next? Head over to Google Flight Search and click the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button for a random destination. Google will keep suggesting destinations if you keep pressing that button. You can add price, time limits or destinations in Flight Search tool for personalized results. Google maintains a history of your […]

  • June 6, 2014
    Bid on independent hotel rooms at Stayful

    Thousands of websites online let you book hotels and also compete for the lowest rate. But Stayful determines the lowest price you can use to bid on unbooked rooms at independent and boutique hotels. Displaying the lowest available price, Stayful allows you to bid on the unbooked rooms in the independent hotel of your choosing. […]

  • June 5, 2014
    Get $500 for a missed airline connection, and alike with this plan

    Seasoned travelers and alike remind you to get travel insurance before the getaway that covers missed connections, delays, lost bags, medical and more. Although a lot of government/airline laws & regulations offer compensation, they are limited to lost bags or longer delays, but for most of them, you’re on your own. For example, there’s no […]

  • May 29, 2014
    GeniusFlight lists destinations based on your budget

    When you are about to book a flight, you head over to a travel booking site and they will ask you for your destination before showing you the airfare. In contrast to that, GeniusFlight puts the budget first in your travel search, and suggests international destinations based on how much you are willing to spend […]

  • May 19, 2014
    Deals from TheFlightDeal added

    Excellent flight deals from TheFlightDeal are now added to our travel deals page. Now, you can view the top ten deals from airlines, tour companies and packages from TravelZoo, FareCompare and TheFlightDeal, all on one page. For example, there are some amazing deals on American Airlines flights from U.S. west coast to destinations in Central […]

  • March 7, 2014
    AirHelp will help claim your airline compensation

    Laws in U.S. and Europe allows you to claim money from airlines in case if your flight is canceled or delayed, or when you’re bumped. The airlines will offer vouchers or free drinks on the next flight, but make sure to claim your real money although making them pay up is the hardest part. This […]

  • January 23, 2014
    Travel the world with Somewhere

    Public Instagram photos combined with those from Foursquare and Wikipedia makes it fun to see the world in a different perspective. Head over to this really cool website called Somewhere, an addictive place for travel destinations using Instagram, Foursquare and Wikipedia data. French hacker Benjamin Netter, stumbles upon a beautiful place on the web, like […]

  • November 22, 2013
    Know security wait times at major airports using WhatsBusy (U.S. only)

    Waiting in line at the airport security checkpoints is something no one really likes. And what if we knew what the estimated wait times were? Well, WhatsBusy just does that! For major airports around the United States (only for now), WhatsBusy will mine historical data from the TSA and airlines, and show approximate wait times […]

  • October 16, 2013
    30 most attractive destinations were in summer 2013

    Which cities around the world are most worth visiting? If you want to experience as many must-see places as possible, you should definitely add London, Rome, San Francisco, Istanbul and Budapest to your travel bucket list. All these cities have at least 10 sights that attract the attention of more than half of the visiting […]

  • October 9, 2013
    Refund.me will help claim your airline compensation (EU only)

    We all have have experienced the difficulties of claiming for compensation after suffering a long delay or missed connection. European Union law states that passengers reaching their destination at least 3 hours after schedule can be eligible for up to €600, barring extraordinary circumstances. Since the airlines have to prove these circumstances, they are often […]

  • August 23, 2013
    Predict the best time to book your hotel room with TheSuitest

    Most of the agregator websites like priceline, hotels.com, orbitz, expedia, etc. will display hotel rates but will not tell you if you need to book your room now or later for the best price. Similar to Kayak, that predicts air fares, TheSuitest predicts hotel room rates. All you have to do is enter your destination […]

  • June 27, 2013
    Airports of the world plotted as a map

    You have seen the paper maps and you have seen the online digital maps using cartography methods, but James Davenport created a world map using just airports, runways and helicopter pads. The map is generated using 45,132 runways, which means there are at least 45,000 places to land an airplane! These range from small dirt […]