Posted on Monday, November 23rd, 2009 by Shachar Pessis
Duffel – Organizing a trip can be quite stressful. There are so many things to think about and plan ahead, not to mention the relevant errands one needs to take care of (such as booking a flight and accommodation, car rental, etc.). In addition, you need to set a sight-seeing outline well before your arrival because time is of the essence on vacations, particularly if these are short term visits.
One resource that will help you organize your trip is Duffel, “a trip planning dashboard that organizes and helps you visualize your travel research.” To be honest, I felt the site required too much of an effort on my part and I wish their platform had been more intuitive and simpler overall. Just the thought of clipping and collecting my travel preferences got me tired. On the other hand, what I do appreciate about duffel is their feature of ‘ready-made’ visual trip plans. I found these extremely valuable since they provide you with useful recommendations you can actually implement in your next vacation. The best way to start exploring duffel would be by checking out their list of popular cities. This brought me to Rome, Paris and Tokyo.