The Best Travel Apps To Use In 2019 (Part 2)

  1. Hostelworld

Hostelworld does all the usual things that you expect an accommodation booking app to do, including searches, filters, and descriptions. This app offers full-screen interactive map, making it easy to work out whether there is any hostel you like near where you want to be, while all-important reviews are only a tap away.

You can get Hostelworld for both iOS and Android.

  1. Airbnb

Airbnb helps you rent individual rooms, couches, or entire apartments from locals. If you stay with local hosts, you will still be able to get the social aspect of a hostel.

Airbnb is available for both iOS and Android.

  1. Culture Trip

Culture Trip is really a chatty friend who provides you the tips of insiders on the local hangouts and many other things to do. This app publishes more than 1000 short articles per month, across a range of topics such as culture, art, film with the aim of giving travelers a quick immersive dive into the city of their choice.

All you need to do is to create a wishlist of cities you want to explore, and this app will serve up everything from bike trails in the U.S. to hotels in Tokyo. Use it before and during your trip in order to have unexpected and fresh looks at cities beyond the usual tourist traps.

  1. Skyscanner

Skyscanner is a favorite travel app for finding cheap flights. It searches millions of flights from over 1,200 sources and suggests you the best options available (maybe the cheapest route, or the easiest one). In addition, the handy chart feature shows you the cheapest time to fly to your destination and sends you notification of price changes.

  1. TripIt

This app helps organize your upcoming trip. You just have to forward your flight, car rental, hotel, and restaurant confirmation emails to plans@tripit.com and it will automatically transfer all the information to your master itinerary and you will be able to view view all your upcoming plans easily at once.