Hello beautiful travel junkies! Where have you been and where are you going? Today’s travel post is all about the 4 travel apps I always use that you might love too! In this modern world, apps are part and parcel of our everyday lives. So why not travel? Obviously, I use others but these are the ones I use the most!
4 Travel Apps I Always Use
Priority Pass App
I’ve spoken about having lounge access before and I’m a big advocate for it. An annual fee that allows you access to airport lounges worldwide. It’s great when you have a ridiculously early or late flight and need a space to relax. Some lounges open from as early as 4am and there’s nothing better than a hot breakfast. Or, if you need to do some work on the go, it’s nice to have a little quiet and free wifi. Also, a bit of bubbly whilst waiting for your flight won’t go amiss. Time doesn’t exist in an airport, except when you need to get to your gate ;). The app has your digital membership card for ease of check ins. Also, there’s a list of lounges you can access in different countries.
Get Your Guide
I stumbled upon the Get Your Guide app when looking for things to do in Seville and Granada last year. I like how easy it is to navigate the app. It’s broken down into categories: culture, food, nature and adventure. There are reviews for activities and discounted prices. You can create a wishlist if you’re planning a trip, check your bookings and pay for activities in your local currency. I find paying for activities beforehand to be helpful when you’re on a budget.
Jack’s Flight Club
I’ve waxed lyrical about this app and it’s the only 1 I pay for because it’s worth it for me. Not only is it great for finding cheap flights, I got flights to Tokyo for under £400 but it never happened because of Rona! Anyway, I get inspiration of places to visit, especially under the radar ones. There was a recent deal to Rwanda for around £360. I especially like their European weekend breaks drops. It’s where they send cheap flights around Europe for a long weekend. They always knock it out the park with cheap flights for both short haul and long haul flights. There’s a free version where you receive weekly updates instead of the almost daily updates for the paid version.
Finally, an oldie but goodie and necessary life line. I cannot tell you the amount of times Google maps have saved my butt. Did I get off at the wrong stop in Ibiza? Yes, yes I did! Did google maps help me bus and train hop around the South of France? Or did it allow me to download and save maps so I can save my data? Also, yes! I like the different transportation options and how busy a mode of transport is at a certain time. I also use CityMapper however, it only seems to work in Europe which is unhelpful other places.
These are the 4 travel apps I always use that you might love too! What are the travel apps you absolutely cannot live without? Let me know in the comments below.
Thanks for reading and leaveing a comment, until next time, be well! X