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Destinations on Google<br>When visiting a new location, travellers often spend too much time figuring out how to get from one attraction to another, and never enough time actually experiencing them. <br>Google's new travel feature, Destinations on the search engines, has a solution. <br>The search giant's latest feature, which was unveiled upon March 8, is designed to help customers plan a holiday through their mobile browser, offering curated itineraries with travel directions, information about attractions, plus [http://brlcad.org/~albertcoder/mediawiki-1.22.7/index.php/AT_T_Starwood_Marriott_working_on_Cuba_deals_ahead_of_Obama_visit Get The Best Special Offers] money-saving flight and hotel information - all in one place. <br>"Destinations integrates a deep understanding of all the locations in the world with Google Flights and Hotel search, so you can see accessible flight and hotel prices immediately, " a Google blog post describes. "So instead of jumping between twelve links or tabs to get the info you need, you can sit back and scroll. "<br>Business Insider tested the new function - which is currently available on cellular in the UK and US - to see how it works. Here's how to use Destinations, and what you can do with it. <br>1. Visit a destination<br>Type the name of a city, country, or continent followed by the word "destination, " or try search terms that more closely reflect the purpose of your journey - for example , "spain surfing" or even "new zealand hiking. " For anyone who is looking at US destinations, you can also lookup by state. <br>If you want to test somewhere new, you can search more broadly. For example , by searching "Europe destinations, " you'll be presented with multiple locations that you can filter by your travel times, interests (such as "architecture" or "beaches"), and the price. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Destinations on Google <br><br>But let's say you are already aware where you want to go. For example: Budapest, Hungary. Once you search for your location, a travel tab appears at the top of Google's search results. <br>Chloe Pantazi/Business Insider<br><br>2 . Find out more about the destination <br>Now you have found your destination. Two tab - allowing you to "explore" and "plan a trip" - will pop up. The "explore" tab on the still left shows you a beautiful photo of exactly where you're thinking of travelling to, followed by a few background information, suggested itineraries, plus must-see sights. <br>[http://www.Groundreport.com/?s=Destinations Destinations] on Google<br><br>Destinations on Google <br><br>Helpfully, Google generates an estimated trip price to show you how a lot it would cost to travel there for any 7-night stay at a decent hotel. There's also a map to show you where exactly in the world you're going, peak [http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/ universal studios orlando discount vacation packages] times (which you might want to avoid intended for cheaper fares), and the kind of environment you can expect. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Scroll down further and you can see the highest and lowest temperatures and average proportion of rainfall per month, as well as how popular a destination is likely to be so that you can plan accordingly. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>3. Check flight and hotel prices at a glance <br>Now you know where and when you want to go, move over to the particular "plan a trip" tab, in which the estimated trip price appears on a graph highlighting the cheapest and most expensive dates of the month to travel. Suggested flights will show up below so that you can book the cheapest itinerary straightaway in case you have a flexible schedule. <br>Destinations upon Google<br><br><br>To input your own vacation dates, tap the pen icon on the right-hand side. You can also fine-tune the number of travellers, and your flight plus hotel preferences. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>4. Book your flight and hotel <br>Simply choose your airline flight from the live prices listed, and book through Google Flights... <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Google Flights <br><br>... after that select your accommodation. Clicking on the hotel will bring up more information in addition to photos and contact details. Once you've decided, you'll be directed to guide your hotel through Google. <br>Destinations on Google<br>; <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>5. Plan what you're going to do on your trip <br>Back in the "explore" tab, you can begin mapping out itineraries like a walking tour of a historic neighbourhood like Buda's Castle District or an architecture pilgrimage, with travel information between each stop included. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Additionally, you can find out read more about sightseeing attractions - with starting times, traveller reviews, and more - and start dreaming of your holiday. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>For a quick walk-through from the new feature, watch Google's movie below.
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@@ -0,0 +1 @@ +Destinations on Google<br>When visiting a new location, travellers often spend too much time figuring out how to get from one attraction to another, and never enough time actually experiencing them. <br>Google's new travel feature, Destinations on the search engines, has a solution. <br>The search giant's latest feature, which was unveiled upon March 8, is designed to help customers plan a holiday through their mobile browser, offering curated itineraries with travel directions, information about attractions, plus [http://brlcad.org/~albertcoder/mediawiki-1.22.7/index.php/AT_T_Starwood_Marriott_working_on_Cuba_deals_ahead_of_Obama_visit Get The Best Special Offers] money-saving flight and hotel information - all in one place. <br>"Destinations integrates a deep understanding of all the locations in the world with Google Flights and Hotel search, so you can see accessible flight and hotel prices immediately, " a Google blog post describes. "So instead of jumping between twelve links or tabs to get the info you need, you can sit back and scroll. "<br>Business Insider tested the new function - which is currently available on cellular in the UK and US - to see how it works. Here's how to use Destinations, and what you can do with it. <br>1. Visit a destination<br>Type the name of a city, country, or continent followed by the word "destination, " or try search terms that more closely reflect the purpose of your journey - for example , "spain surfing" or even "new zealand hiking. " For anyone who is looking at US destinations, you can also lookup by state. <br>If you want to test somewhere new, you can search more broadly. For example , by searching "Europe destinations, " you'll be presented with multiple locations that you can filter by your travel times, interests (such as "architecture" or "beaches"), and the price. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Destinations on Google <br><br>But let's say you are already aware where you want to go. For example: Budapest, Hungary. Once you search for your location, a travel tab appears at the top of Google's search results. <br>Chloe Pantazi/Business Insider<br><br>2 . Find out more about the destination <br>Now you have found your destination. Two tab - allowing you to "explore" and "plan a trip" - will pop up. The "explore" tab on the still left shows you a beautiful photo of exactly where you're thinking of travelling to, followed by a few background information, suggested itineraries, plus must-see sights. <br>[http://www.Groundreport.com/?s=Destinations Destinations] on Google<br><br>Destinations on Google <br><br>Helpfully, Google generates an estimated trip price to show you how a lot it would cost to travel there for any 7-night stay at a decent hotel. There's also a map to show you where exactly in the world you're going, peak [http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/ universal studios orlando discount vacation packages] times (which you might want to avoid intended for cheaper fares), and the kind of environment you can expect. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Scroll down further and you can see the highest and lowest temperatures and average proportion of rainfall per month, as well as how popular a destination is likely to be so that you can plan accordingly. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>3. Check flight and hotel prices at a glance <br>Now you know where and when you want to go, move over to the particular "plan a trip" tab, in which the estimated trip price appears on a graph highlighting the cheapest and most expensive dates of the month to travel. Suggested flights will show up below so that you can book the cheapest itinerary straightaway in case you have a flexible schedule. <br>Destinations upon Google<br><br><br>To input your own vacation dates, tap the pen icon on the right-hand side. You can also fine-tune the number of travellers, and your flight plus hotel preferences. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>4. Book your flight and hotel <br>Simply choose your airline flight from the live prices listed, and book through Google Flights... <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Google Flights <br><br>... after that select your accommodation. Clicking on the hotel will bring up more information in addition to photos and contact details. Once you've decided, you'll be directed to guide your hotel through Google. <br>Destinations on Google<br>; <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>5. Plan what you're going to do on your trip <br>Back in the "explore" tab, you can begin mapping out itineraries like a walking tour of a historic neighbourhood like Buda's Castle District or an architecture pilgrimage, with travel information between each stop included. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Additionally, you can find out read more about sightseeing attractions - with starting times, traveller reviews, and more - and start dreaming of your holiday. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>For a quick walk-through from the new feature, watch Google's movie below.
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Destinations on Google<br>When visiting a new location, travellers often spend too much time figuring out how to get from one attraction to another, and never enough time actually experiencing them. <br>Google's new travel feature, Destinations on the search engines, has a solution. <br>The search giant's latest feature, which was unveiled upon March 8, is designed to help customers plan a holiday through their mobile browser, offering curated itineraries with travel directions, information about attractions, plus [http://brlcad.org/~albertcoder/mediawiki-1.22.7/index.php/AT_T_Starwood_Marriott_working_on_Cuba_deals_ahead_of_Obama_visit Get The Best Special Offers] money-saving flight and hotel information - all in one place. <br>"Destinations integrates a deep understanding of all the locations in the world with Google Flights and Hotel search, so you can see accessible flight and hotel prices immediately, " a Google blog post describes. "So instead of jumping between twelve links or tabs to get the info you need, you can sit back and scroll. "<br>Business Insider tested the new function - which is currently available on cellular in the UK and US - to see how it works. Here's how to use Destinations, and what you can do with it. <br>1. Visit a destination<br>Type the name of a city, country, or continent followed by the word "destination, " or try search terms that more closely reflect the purpose of your journey - for example , "spain surfing" or even "new zealand hiking. " For anyone who is looking at US destinations, you can also lookup by state. <br>If you want to test somewhere new, you can search more broadly. For example , by searching "Europe destinations, " you'll be presented with multiple locations that you can filter by your travel times, interests (such as "architecture" or "beaches"), and the price. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Destinations on Google <br><br>But let's say you are already aware where you want to go. For example: Budapest, Hungary. Once you search for your location, a travel tab appears at the top of Google's search results. <br>Chloe Pantazi/Business Insider<br><br>2 . Find out more about the destination <br>Now you have found your destination. Two tab - allowing you to "explore" and "plan a trip" - will pop up. The "explore" tab on the still left shows you a beautiful photo of exactly where you're thinking of travelling to, followed by a few background information, suggested itineraries, plus must-see sights. <br>[http://www.Groundreport.com/?s=Destinations Destinations] on Google<br><br>Destinations on Google <br><br>Helpfully, Google generates an estimated trip price to show you how a lot it would cost to travel there for any 7-night stay at a decent hotel. There's also a map to show you where exactly in the world you're going, peak [http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/ universal studios orlando discount vacation packages] times (which you might want to avoid intended for cheaper fares), and the kind of environment you can expect. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Scroll down further and you can see the highest and lowest temperatures and average proportion of rainfall per month, as well as how popular a destination is likely to be so that you can plan accordingly. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>3. Check flight and hotel prices at a glance <br>Now you know where and when you want to go, move over to the particular "plan a trip" tab, in which the estimated trip price appears on a graph highlighting the cheapest and most expensive dates of the month to travel. Suggested flights will show up below so that you can book the cheapest itinerary straightaway in case you have a flexible schedule. <br>Destinations upon Google<br><br><br>To input your own vacation dates, tap the pen icon on the right-hand side. You can also fine-tune the number of travellers, and your flight plus hotel preferences. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>4. Book your flight and hotel <br>Simply choose your airline flight from the live prices listed, and book through Google Flights... <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Google Flights <br><br>... after that select your accommodation. Clicking on the hotel will bring up more information in addition to photos and contact details. Once you've decided, you'll be directed to guide your hotel through Google. <br>Destinations on Google<br>; <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>5. Plan what you're going to do on your trip <br>Back in the "explore" tab, you can begin mapping out itineraries like a walking tour of a historic neighbourhood like Buda's Castle District or an architecture pilgrimage, with travel information between each stop included. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>Additionally, you can find out read more about sightseeing attractions - with starting times, traveller reviews, and more - and start dreaming of your holiday. <br>Destinations on Google<br><br>For a quick walk-through from the new feature, watch Google's movie below.
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<p>Destinations on Google<br />When visiting a new location, travellers often spend too much time figuring out how to get from one attraction to another, and never enough time actually experiencing them. <br />Google's new travel feature, Destinations on the search engines, has a solution. <br />The search giant's latest feature, which was unveiled upon March 8, is designed to help customers plan a holiday through their mobile browser, offering curated itineraries with travel directions, information about attractions, plus <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="http://brlcad.org/~albertcoder/mediawiki-1.22.7/index.php/AT_T_Starwood_Marriott_working_on_Cuba_deals_ahead_of_Obama_visit">Get The Best Special Offers</a> money-saving flight and hotel information - all in one place. <br />"Destinations integrates a deep understanding of all the locations in the world with Google Flights and Hotel search, so you can see accessible flight and hotel prices immediately, " a Google blog post describes. "So instead of jumping between twelve links or tabs to get the info you need, you can sit back and scroll. "<br />Business Insider tested the new function - which is currently available on cellular in the UK and US - to see how it works. Here's how to use Destinations, and what you can do with it. <br />1. Visit a destination<br />Type the name of a city, country, or continent followed by the word "destination, " or try search terms that more closely reflect the purpose of your journey - for example , "spain surfing" or even "new zealand hiking. " For anyone who is looking at US destinations, you can also lookup by state. <br />If you want to test somewhere new, you can search more broadly. For example , by searching "Europe destinations, " you'll be presented with multiple locations that you can filter by your travel times, interests (such as "architecture" or "beaches"), and the price. <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />Destinations on Google <br /><br />But let's say you are already aware where you want to go. For example: Budapest, Hungary. Once you search for your location, a travel tab appears at the top of Google's search results. <br />Chloe Pantazi/Business Insider<br /><br />2 . Find out more about the destination <br />Now you have found your destination. Two tab - allowing you to "explore" and "plan a trip" - will pop up. The "explore" tab on the still left shows you a beautiful photo of exactly where you're thinking of travelling to, followed by a few background information, suggested itineraries, plus must-see sights. <br /><a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="http://www.Groundreport.com/?s=Destinations">Destinations</a> on Google<br /><br />Destinations on Google <br /><br />Helpfully, Google generates an estimated trip price to show you how a lot it would cost to travel there for any 7-night stay at a decent hotel. There's also a map to show you where exactly in the world you're going, peak <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="http://www.hotel-discount.com/discount-hotels-listing-compare-hotels-prices/">universal studios orlando discount vacation packages</a> times (which you might want to avoid intended for cheaper fares), and the kind of environment you can expect. <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />Scroll down further and you can see the highest and lowest temperatures and average proportion of rainfall per month, as well as how popular a destination is likely to be so that you can plan accordingly. <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />3. Check flight and hotel prices at a glance <br />Now you know where and when you want to go, move over to the particular "plan a trip" tab, in which the estimated trip price appears on a graph highlighting the cheapest and most expensive dates of the month to travel. Suggested flights will show up below so that you can book the cheapest itinerary straightaway in case you have a flexible schedule. <br />Destinations upon Google<br /><br /><br />To input your own vacation dates, tap the pen icon on the right-hand side. You can also fine-tune the number of travellers, and your flight plus hotel preferences. <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />4. Book your flight and hotel <br />Simply choose your airline flight from the live prices listed, and book through Google Flights... <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />Google Flights <br /><br />... after that select your accommodation. Clicking on the hotel will bring up more information in addition to photos and contact details. Once you've decided, you'll be directed to guide your hotel through Google. <br />Destinations on Google<br />; <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />5. Plan what you're going to do on your trip <br />Back in the "explore" tab, you can begin mapping out itineraries like a walking tour of a historic neighbourhood like Buda's Castle District or an architecture pilgrimage, with travel information between each stop included. <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />Additionally, you can find out read more about sightseeing attractions - with starting times, traveller reviews, and more - and start dreaming of your holiday. <br />Destinations on Google<br /><br />For a quick walk-through from the new feature, watch Google's movie below. </p>
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Destinations on GoogleWhen visiting a new location, travellers often spend too much time figuring out how to get from one attraction to another, and never enough time actually experiencing them. Google's new travel feature, Destinations on the search engines, has a solution. The search giant's latest feature, which was unveiled upon March 8, is designed to help customers plan a holiday through their mobile browser, offering curated itineraries with travel directions, information about attractions, plus Get The Best Special Offers money-saving flight and hotel information - all in one place. "Destinations integrates a deep understanding of all the locations in the world with Google Flights and Hotel search, so you can see accessible flight and hotel prices immediately, " a Google blog post describes. "So instead of jumping between twelve links or tabs to get the info you need, you can sit back and scroll. "Business Insider tested the new function - which is currently available on cellular in the UK and US - to see how it works. Here's how to use Destinations, and what you can do with it. 1. Visit a destinationType the name of a city, country, or continent followed by the word "destination, " or try search terms that more closely reflect the purpose of your journey - for example , "spain surfing" or even "new zealand hiking. " For anyone who is looking at US destinations, you can also lookup by state. If you want to test somewhere new, you can search more broadly. For example , by searching "Europe destinations, " you'll be presented with multiple locations that you can filter by your travel times, interests (such as "architecture" or "beaches"), and the price. Destinations on GoogleDestinations on Google But let's say you are already aware where you want to go. For example: Budapest, Hungary. Once you search for your location, a travel tab appears at the top of Google's search results. Chloe Pantazi/Business Insider2 . Find out more about the destination Now you have found your destination. Two tab - allowing you to "explore" and "plan a trip" - will pop up. The "explore" tab on the still left shows you a beautiful photo of exactly where you're thinking of travelling to, followed by a few background information, suggested itineraries, plus must-see sights. Destinations on GoogleDestinations on Google Helpfully, Google generates an estimated trip price to show you how a lot it would cost to travel there for any 7-night stay at a decent hotel. There's also a map to show you where exactly in the world you're going, peak universal studios orlando discount vacation packages times (which you might want to avoid intended for cheaper fares), and the kind of environment you can expect. Destinations on GoogleScroll down further and you can see the highest and lowest temperatures and average proportion of rainfall per month, as well as how popular a destination is likely to be so that you can plan accordingly. Destinations on Google3. Check flight and hotel prices at a glance Now you know where and when you want to go, move over to the particular "plan a trip" tab, in which the estimated trip price appears on a graph highlighting the cheapest and most expensive dates of the month to travel. Suggested flights will show up below so that you can book the cheapest itinerary straightaway in case you have a flexible schedule. Destinations upon GoogleTo input your own vacation dates, tap the pen icon on the right-hand side. You can also fine-tune the number of travellers, and your flight plus hotel preferences. Destinations on Google4. Book your flight and hotel Simply choose your airline flight from the live prices listed, and book through Google Flights... Destinations on GoogleGoogle Flights ... after that select your accommodation. Clicking on the hotel will bring up more information in addition to photos and contact details. Once you've decided, you'll be directed to guide your hotel through Google. Destinations on Google; Destinations on Google5. Plan what you're going to do on your trip Back in the "explore" tab, you can begin mapping out itineraries like a walking tour of a historic neighbourhood like Buda's Castle District or an architecture pilgrimage, with travel information between each stop included. Destinations on GoogleAdditionally, you can find out read more about sightseeing attractions - with starting times, traveller reviews, and more - and start dreaming of your holiday. Destinations on GoogleFor a quick walk-through from the new feature, watch Google's movie below.
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