Looking for great deals? Look no farther. Every day, Tom Parson's
brings you great deals on travel of all varieties. While you can
subscribe to the magazine to gain access to extra members only
deals, the vast majority of this site is free, free, free. A great
new feature is their quick
fare finder. Pop in your departure city and destination, and
voila - great fares!
The online home of Conde Nast Traveler has information for the
budget traveler, the spare-no-expense traveler, and everyone in-between.
There are deals are listed daily and lots of contests to win great
travel vacations. Their travel ideas are interesting, and can
appeal to the luxury minded traveler as well as the more,ah, adventurous
types. Especially nice are the articles,
articles, articles - more than three years of excellent travel
writing, all available full-text.
One of the biggest names in online travel is still one of the
best. Flight and fare information, hotels and condos, car rentals,
vacation packages, cruises, city guides, maps and bargains - this
site has it all. It's one stop shopping for everything travel.
Expedia's guide information (see above) comes directly from Fodor's.
If that isn't enough of a recommendation, you should also check
out the rants and raves. Lots of opinions on restaurants and hotels.
Fodor's rates them, and everyone else rates them too.
One of the most comprehensive travel sites on the web. Lots of
information on places to stay, eat and play, but what really makes
this site fantastic is the travel newsletter. Used to be that
every day a new newsletter came out at this site. Now, I find
they've moved their daily updates to the MSNBC
The familiar Yahoo interface makes this site fast and easy to
use. The main destination information is from Lonely Planet, but
links to the Yahoo index lead one to other web resources. A nice
feature allows you to search for vacation information by activity,
from archaeology to wine tours.