Best Travel Apps in 2020

5. Duolingo

Duolingo is a user-friendly language learning app. It uses a game-like style to teach you new languages. It offers 90 courses in 22 different languages. If you're going to a country that doesn't speak your native language, it's best to learn at least a few important words. (Bathroom, help, water, food, etc.)

4. PackPoint

Enter in the length of your trip, the weather in your destination, and the activities you have planned, and this app will tell you what to pack. It won't sort your outfits for you (I wish), but it'll give you something like this:

7 pairs of underwear

3 pairs of pants

6 shirts

It's easy and takes the math out of packing, so I'm all for it.

3. Roadtrippers

Plan out your roadtrip stop-by-stop. Find fun (or unique) things to do in whatever U.S. destination you choose. You'll be amazed at how easy this makes roadtrips - I'm a huge fan. You simply log on, type in your starting point, your destination, and the places you want to stop along the way. It provides information about local attractions, restaurants, historical sites, national parks, and more. It will also give you the time it takes to get from one destination to the next. Super convenient.

2. TripIt

Speaking of convenient, this app automatically transforms your emails into your itinerary. Go into the app to find your daily schedule, important dates and times, weather, maps, confirmation numbers, and all other important travel information. This makes it easy to find plane tickets, hotel reservations, and more.

1. AirHelp

This question gets asked quite a bit so I'll answer it to start: YES, AirHelp is legit. They are not a scam. AirHelp assists passengers whose flight was delayed, cancelled, or who were denied boarding. They operate on a "No Win, No Fee" basis, so it's always worth a shot. This is only for European flights, but it can really come in handy!

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