Resources for Every City
Find. Eat. Drink. (Free) If you're a connoisseur of all things food and wine, this app will help you soak up the finest flavors a new city has to offer. Find. Eat. Drink. lets you explore both chef and sommelier recommendations for restaurants, markets, and cafes in more than 200 cities in the US and abroad.
Peek Tours & Activities (Free) If you're in the mood to treat yourself, booking a guided tour is a great way to relax and let an expert lead the way. Peek helps you cross off items on your own personal bucket list, connecting you with tours and activities like snorkeling, horseback riding, touring a vineyard, or skydiving. The app even quizzes you on your preferences to improve its recommendations.
Wanderu (Free) For those of you planning a trip within the states on a budget, Wanderu offers a super-efficient way to book the cheapest bus or train tickets to your destination. The app's slick interface beats the Greyhound website any day, and best of all, Wanderu doesn't charge an extra fee for booking.
DogVacay (Free) Unless you plan to take your pooch with you on your jetsetting adventures, it's probably time to make other plans. You can hire one of DogVacay's host of professional dog sitters through this app and have them send you photos and videos each day of your pup. Pet insurance comes with any reservation, offering you extra peace of mind.
Triposo (Free) Triposo offers great comprehensive guides for most major cities around the world. After you install the app, you choose the country you plan to visit and an offline guide will begin to download, complete with top destinations and restaurants for the major cities, as well as a currency converter.
Hitlist (Free) Are you a big planner? Then this app might not be for you. But if your travel dates are flexible and you're keen on saving some cash, you should go ahead and brainstorm the top cities you want to see, enter them into Hitlist, and wait for the app to tell you when the cheapest lastminute flights become available.