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Best Travel Apps that Will Change Your Travel Experience Forever

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Do you remember when you used to just go to the seaside by car and find you accommodation on the spot? Do you get as frustrated as we do because your flight is delayed or canceled, and you waited for hours? Or when you get home and realize that you’ve missed some really important spots in the city that you visited? We live in a digital world and your smartphone is the one thing you just have to take with you when traveling. Why not fill it up with some awesome travel apps and make it even more useful? We bring you the list of best travel apps that made our trips much easier and sure will do the same for you.

Hopper

Hopper is a travel planner that helps you find and book cheaper flights. It gives you the info about ticket price and when it should be expected for it to rise or drop, so you know when it’s the best time to book.

iOS / Android

Best travel apps Hopper

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

Cultural Places

Cultural Places App, our baby, is a multifunctional and multilingual app that acts as a travel guide and as a trip planner as well. Browse it while you’re still at home and add your favorite places to our trip planner and enjoy them later, even in offline mode. Cultural Places gives you an overview of the places and media guided tours through cities, museums and other cultural institutions, as well as audio guided tours through those places. With Cultural Places, you have your favorite worldwide destinations in your pocket — just where you need them.

iOS / Android

Best travel apps Cultural Places

Airbnb

Airbnb is our first choice when it comes to finding suitable accommodation. You can choose anything from a couch, room, entire house to hotel rooms. You can even filter results by trip type – is it more for family fun or for a work trip.

iOS / Android

Best travel apps Airbnb

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

PackPoint

We love lists and we always make a list before packing for a trip. But somehow, we still forget to pack something and then we either go buy it on our destination or just live without it – that was before we tried PackPoint app. It’s an awesome app that gives you a list of recommended items based on where and when you’re traveling. You just enter the requested data and select the items you want to pack, and you can even share the list with your travel buddy – cool, right?

iOS / Android

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

Duolingo

When you’re traveling to a foreign country it’s always nice to learn a few sentences in the country’s language. Duolingo is an app just perfect for that – it offers you beginner-level courses and a fun and easy way of learning. You will learn basic phrases that you’ll need, or you can use it to freshen up your language skills.

iOS / Android

Best travel apps Duolinguo

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

LoungeBuddy

Airports can be a bit hard to survive and you just can’t avoid waiting in the lounge area. But if we have to wait, we prefer to do so in a nice and cozy lounge with complimentary food and drink, showers, comfy chairs, and more. You just have to download the Loungebuddy app, select your airport, day of traveling and pick a lounge and you’ll get your pass. When you arrive at the airport just show your pass to the staff and enjoy.

iOS / Android

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

Google Translate

If you need a quick help language-wise there’s nothing that can beat Google Translate. If you stumble upon a sign that seems important, but you have no clue what it means you can write what you see into Google Translate or just upload a photo of it and the app will read it and provide you with a translation.

iOS / Android

Best travel apps Google Translate

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

Citymapper

Getting around a new city can get a bit difficult, especially if the public transportation system is not well organized. That’s why we use the Citymapper app that provides you with information about all transportation options in a city and gives you the best advice. It covers everything, even the car-sharing option.

iOS / Android

Best travel apps Citymapper

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

HotelTonight

HotelTonight is an app that is perfect when you’re stuck somewhere with no place to stay. It offers you last-minute discounts on empty hotel rooms and it’s very easy to use. You can search by city or attraction or browse the app and book your room within a few seconds.

iOS / Android

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

Couchsurfing

This app is a bit different than any other that we mentioned before, it seems adventurous, but it lowers your accommodation costs to zero. Couchsurfing connects you with locals who have a spare bed/bedroom in the place that you’re visiting. This way of traveling gives you a chance to explore your favorite city from the perspective of locals. It can be a lot of fun, but you have to be extra careful when traveling this way.

iOS / Android

Best travel apps Couchsurfing

Source: iTunes; Screenshot by author

These apps helped us a lot on our trips, and hopefully, they’ll help you, too. Believe us, try at least some of these apps – your travel experience will never be the same.

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