The companies I mention here are the same ones we use on our travels. We have tried them and they work well, they are usually the ones that offer the best quality price, and some of them have benefits for our readers.
If you don’t know where to start organizing your trip, read this article with 15 steps to plan your trip on your own.
Start organizing your trip
Sometimes it’s not easy to start planning the trip of your life and you wonder how to do it? Where to start? And where to go!
Maybe you’re the kind of traveler who wants to travel with all planned or maybe the one who doesn’t want to plan anything except the first flight and from there go on the adventure. Maybe you’re planning a round-the-world trip, or a family trip or with friends or a weekend with your partner.
In either case, we have created this website to help you, so that you can find the best flights, hotels and what you may need in the simplest and easiest way possible.
There are more than 300 articles on this website so we know that sometimes it is not easy to find the information you are looking for. That’s why we’ve selected those topics that we consider to be the most important.
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Below are some of the travel websites we use most when planning our trips, searching for flights, hotels and so on. These resources will help you improve your experience by arranging a trip on your own.
Flights at the best price
Skyscanner is usually our first choice when we looking for flights. It is a very easy to use and very visual comparator.
Kiwi.com is another flight comparator. It has very good prices and shows options that sometimes do not go out on Skyscanner.
Rumbo, we look at it from time to time to compare prices, once we have the dates to travel. Sometimes it surprises you and has good deals.
With Lastminute it happens to us as with Rumbo, we look at it just in case it has a good offer. There are times when you are surprised and have flight bargains plus hotel.
Accommodation for all budgets
Booking.com is always our first choice to make reservations for our accommodations, both hotels, hostels or apartments.
Airbnb is a very good option to rent an apartment or a house with your friends and share expenses.
One of the ways to travel by paying almost nothing is with the exchange of houses. We tried it and we liked it very much.
Couchsurfing is the way to travel without spending money on accommodation and meeting local people.
Guided tours in English
Get Your Guide
Civitatis is a Spanish company with guided tours in Spanish, English, Italian and French around the world.
GYG is the page you look at when you haven’t found your excursions in Civitatis or Tiqets
Tiqets is usually our second option or the page we look at to compare the prices offered by civitatis.
The best company to rent a car on your travels. Prices are the cheapest and there are many vehicle options.
Essential on your travels
World Nomads Travel Insurance
The best travel insurance we’ve ever used.
24 hours emergency assistance. Provides cover from 130 countries.
A router to have internet on your travels.
You rent it before you leave and return it upon arrival. Very easy.
Amazon is the web to find everything. you are looking for a guide for your trip, a suitcase, a backpack. Here you will find it
The card without commissions to travel and not to get more expensive. You can take money out of a cashier, pay without additional fees.
Spanish company for sending emails, very easy to use and well priced.
Get $10 for enforcing yourself here.
The best quality price hosting we have found. Very good technical service.
The best cache plugin on the market. Easy to set up and that will make your website fly.
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