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Along with having a photo gallery, each attraction has a small description, plenty of reviews and a map. The "Tribe" feature tells you what type of travelers enjoy that attraction the most (Outdoor Enthusiasts, Local Culture, Adventure Travelers etc.). See More
Rather than provide a long list of attractions, TripExperts only show the best attractions in a specific area based on expert reviews. This makes it much faster to find quality attractions, rather than searching through hundreds of less interesting options. See More
Google Flights allows to search for train connections and suggests when travel by train is a good alternative to air travel for your destinations. You can search train connections for 56 destinations and nearly 400 routes across Germany and Northern Europe. See More
There are a large number of complaints against Kayak questioning their honesty. It's frequently reported that after booking on the site and enter your credit card information, you will be told to call Kayak as something went wrong. You are then given a higher rate, or sometimes charged the higher rate without being told. See More
Kayak searches hundreds of travel sites to find all the possible flights to ensure you don't miss out on the best options. They have the most comprehensive results out of the competition. One of the biggest advantages of Kayak that most of their competitors don't have is the choice of where to book after you have found what flight or hotel you want. This means you are not locked into a single vendor and can compare the various booking fees etc. See More
Kayak has a feature called "explore" that lets you answer the question "Where can I go for how much?" Explore is a fantastic tool for initially planning out your trip while finding the cheapest flights. From CN-Traveler: You punch in parameters for a trip and how much you're willing to spend to fly there, and your options magically appear on a map. You could punch in, for instance, that you want a maximum-four-hour nonstop flight in January to someplace where there's a beach and the temperature is between 70 and 90 degrees and they speak Spanish, and you don't want to spend more than $500 on airfare; Kayak will spit back your options. See More
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