Travel website

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– Categories:
– Travelogues and blogs
– Review websites (e.g., TripAdvisor, Expedia)
– Service providers like airlines and hotels
– Online travel agencies
– Fare aggregators and metasearch engines

– Blogs and news sites on current travel discounts:
– Focus on offering advertised specials
– Best for flexible consumers
– Not detailed search tools
– Last-minute sales highlighted
– Bargain rates collected and published

Travel and tourism guides:
– Digital versions of traditional guide books
– Provide advice on destinations and attractions
– Offer information on accommodations
– Convention and visitor bureaus sponsor many
– Cities promote tourism through dedicated sites

– Social travel websites:
– Pair users with destinations
– Based on others’ travel experiences
– Focus on connecting travelers
– Enhance travel planning
– Offer personalized recommendations

– Homestays:
– Specialized travel websites organize homestays
– Examples include Airbnb and CouchSurfing
– Provide unique accommodation experiences
– Offer cultural exchanges
– Facilitate cost-effective travel options

Travel website (Wikipedia)

A travel website is a website that provides travel reviews, trip fares, or a combination of both. Over 1.5 billion people book travel per year, 70% of which is done online.

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