Top 15 Most Popular Travel Websites

When people decide to leave the comforts of their home and venture to other locations there is usually a reason behind it. Whether the cause to travel was a last minute whimsy or had an actual purpose, it makes one think about all of the reasons why people travel. While Google Flights and Skyscanner return results almost immediately, Momondo is much slower—prices often take more than 30 seconds to appear. Vacation rentals are an especially good value for groups because they generally offer more space and amenities for prices similar to or less than hotel rates.

Several senators are weighing the best legislative path to address what they view as misleading practices for airfare, hotels and other expenditures from websites such as , Expedia, and among others. Google Flights allows you to set certain parameters when you search.

Although many services let you modify your search options, let’s just say that Google Flights is particularly good at it. CruiseSheet can also help you find great last-minute deals on cruises — deals that have just been put online and ones where prices have dropped.

Yet that can outweigh $100 or more in straight savings, as well as added benefits (like upgrades and better flights) you can get from a travel agent. These deals usually feature travel that no one wants, like flights with multiple layovers. Is an online network of independent hotels and hostels.

GasBuddy tracks gas prices all over the country, so travelers can use the site — or its free mobile app, since you’ll be on the road when you need it — to find the most affordable gas station prices along their route. The granddaddy of travel crowdsource sites is trying to become a one-stop shop for all your travel needs and, we have to admit, once you weed through the pop-ups, its efforts in the airfare search department are pretty impressive.

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