Your favorite travel web sites?

Your favorite travel web sites?

What I would be really interested in knowing is what are travel sites to do feel the Best of the Best, that is, ones that you always use and rely on when planning travel. You can list them so that I may add up to my collections.
Thanks for your help.

Edit by TT: This is not a link drop thread and not for posting your affiliate codes either. If you like a site please specify what you like about it. If a post consists of only links I will remove it. I am also going to require at least 2 non spam posts on the forum from now on, before you can post in this thread.

Sorry to hijack this post, but I want people to read it before posting.


Air Travel websites

I like to first refer to www.airlines17.com. you might come across some unusual air routes for travelling from one airport to another. The site gives many such options and once you select a route, it also links you to the airports that fall on the route and airlines that fly on that route.

I like

I like www.whichbudget.com.  It shows you which budget airlines fly between two locations.  So if I am in Munich and want to go to Istanbul, I can find out if there is a budget carrier that flies that route, then link to it and book.

Your favorite travel web sites?

Corporate travel sites are ok, but the more I travel, the more I find that they lack information. One of the sites I found in internet is travelervideos.com. It has a good video library and you can make a selection from there. I think it’s a good collection for all travel lovers.

favourite websites

One of my favourite websites is not exactly traveling, but it is inwrought with my St. Petersburg travels and was of great help for me when I searched for a hotel and wanted to get some info abt St. Petersburg, Russia:  http://www.hotels-of-saint-petersburg.com/

a useful travel website

i travelled a lot. all the journeys i have taken injected glittering memories into my life.

there is a useful travel website helps me a lot. for those who want to plan a happy, comfortable, enchanting journey, it is highly recommended that you visit http://www.travelintelligence.net first.

And I am planning a trip to Morocco. Is there anybody has ever lived in the Hotel Can you give me some advices?

online travel guide

My favored online guide for my Marrakech travels is none other than the Virtualtourist.com. Information are very comprehensive, reliable, and updated.

OTI

Well this website of course (yes, the website you are on right now).

Why:

Lots of good information here and I am spending some time keeping it running, so I gotta be in love with it somehow. 

OTI also

toptraveller wrote:

Well this website of course (yes, the website you are on right now).

Why:

Lots of good information here and I am spending some time keeping it running, so I gotta be in love with it somehow. 

I like this website of course! Why? cause I do not know other travel website till now... hihi...

I have to admit to using

I have to admit to using Travelocity a good deal. Why? They're dependable. They've been around for awhile so I don't have to worry so much about them going belly up two days before my vacation. The prices they offer are competitive. They send nifty little trip reminders and solicit your opinion after your trip to make sure you were pleased. And they're easy to use, which is a real bonus to a computer dunce like me.

shawn wrote: What I would

shawn wrote:

What I would be really interested in knowing is what are travel sites to do feel the Best of the Best, that is, ones that you always use and rely on when planning travel. You can list them so that I may add up to my collections.
Thanks for your help.

Edit by TT: This is not a link drop thread and not for posting your affiliate codes either. If you like a site please specify what you like about it. If a post consists of only links I will remove it. I am also going to require at least 2 non spam posts on the forum from now on, before you can post in this thread.

Sorry to hijack this post, but I want people to read it before posting.

One of the most informative travel sites is Rick Steves. On his site he has "Graffiti on the Wall". What is good about this is that it is always updated by travelers who come back recently from cities warning you of problems or giving you some good tips for that time period. I always check this site before any travelling in Europe.

http://www.ricksteves.com/graffiti/graffiti_menu.htm