No matter if it’s just a short city break, a week away in France or even a once in a lifetime roadtrip across America, a lot of planning goes into making a trip a smooth and enjoyable one. The first thing I do is get out a map of the area as well as general guide book on the area, then we as a family decide roughly where we want to go and what we want to see, after that we hit the internet with force. Our first stop is usually tripadvisor, airbnb, lonely planet, couch surfing, travel blogs and forums to name a few, with so much information is can be hard to keep on top of it or take it all in and with all those open tabs it can become a mess, the worst is finding a useful page or thread and then losing it in the chaos of planning never to be found again, well that’s where Tripcipe comes in as you can gather all your information from any website with one click and clip it onto a map for easy access and organisation and you can even take your plans with you on the road with it's offline mobile app.
|Tripcipe travel boards|
|John and Baby G in Amsterdam|
We have just started using the free plugin to plan our trip to Spain and the South of France next month and it's so easy to use, every time I come across something I clip it to my map, meaning I can close that tab but still have all the information stored for when I have another 5mins free from running around with my two young kids. Once you have collected all your information you can then plan day to day as well as collaborate with others, share information, follow each other and build a community plus share ideas and itineraries and I have already stumble across some inspiring trips that I am keeping in mind for the future such as amazing places to eat across Vancouver and a hipster guide to Berlin. It's really great coming across a tool that is actually useful, saves you time and is also inspiring (if not somewhat addictive for a travel addict such as ourselves)
|Us...of on another adventure|