Hope you’re all doing well and are enjoying your summer.
I’m excited to share this different blog post with you. While it is really exciting travelling frequently internationally, it can sometimes be stressful. I always have to remember the times of different planes or trains as well as memorising reservations and appointments I have in each place I visit. During my latest trip I left the house at 9am and reached my final destination 12 hours later with various taxis, trains, tubes, flights and car journeys to plan on route.
It is at times like these when the app Tripsmash comes into its own, keeping a log of all the information you may need on your journey. Once you have planned your trip on the app, you can actually sit back, enjoy the journey and let it guide you on the next steps. Tripsmash displays all of your upcoming trips with all of your transport and accomodation details so you don’t have to worry about remembering a reservation number or seat allocation. You can also create a detailed plan of your daily travel itinerary, including where you are staying and eating. It even shows you the reviews of any restaurants you are planning on visiting.
I really like the fact that you can share your plans with friends or family travelling with you. You can simply invite them to the app and then start to coordinate your transport, meals, lodging and activities together. There is even a chat option so you can ensure everyone can contribute to planning the trip.
Downloading Tripsmash will really reduce the stress of travelling and exploring new locations. Rather than worrying about constantly double-checking all the small details, you can actually get out there and experience new food, people, languages and cultures.
If, like me, you are a frequent traveller, or just get a bit nervous when it comes to a new trip, I would definitely recommend this app. It is free to download on the web, iOS and Android.
If you want to have a look at some of the features of the app then scroll down for some photos. And once you have taken your travels using Tripsmash, please send me your exciting stories. See you in my next post 🙂