Learn how to create a travel itinerary
If you’re an avid traveler, you are filled with FOMO and want to make sure you will have no regrets. You want to know every hidden gem and see all the iconic places. You spend hours researching, saving the links from different places, and sharing them with your crew. Then you have to create a spreadsheet to share with the people you’re traveling with and we all know how annoying that can be.
Passero will cut your trip planning time by half and allow you to keep all your travel ideas neatly in one place.
We all know that the Passero app is helpful for travelers, but many people ask how to use it? We broke down its use into four simple steps.
Let’s discuss these steps.
Once you log in, you start by creating a journey. Have fun with the journey name and indicate the purpose of the trip so when you invite your friends, they know what the trip is about.
Start adding ideas for the trip to the idea board. You can add duration, price, description, location, and a link so all your friends can check it out and not bother you with endless questions!
Create different folders to keep them organized: Stays, Experiences, Restaurants, Bars, and anything else you like!
Based on your saved ideas, sometimes Passero will add recommendations that match your preferences to help you do less work.
If you’re traveling with your friends or family, you often have to discuss with them before booking anything. To make what could be an annoying process much simpler, Passero offers a survey feature custom-designed for making travel decisions.
Once you have an idea of what your trip is going to include, you can start building your itinerary.
Use Quick Add to create custom events such as flight arrival, hotel check-in, etc. You can also click on “Bring in page” so you can open up the idea board on the left and start dragging saved ideas into the itinerary.
You can even download the itinerary in PDF form in case you don’t have internet access on your trip.
Make sure you invite your crew to the journey by clicking the add button on the idea board and itinerary so they can add their own ideas and see the itinerary for the trip.
Here’s what Passero has recently kicked off to make trip planning even better.
Passero will add recommendations to your idea board once you have a few saved. It helps the tool understand your preferences and give you curated recommendations that you will like.
These recommendations often come from the team’s or other travelers’ itineraries and include hidden gems that you might not find easily on the web.
Passero has started working with travel partners to offer tailored deals to its travelers. If your trip fits the criteria (destination, size of the group, # of days, etc.), Passero will send you deals from the partners that you could take advantage of.
Travel hacking doesn’t need to be so hard now. Passero is working towards a future where you are matched with travel deals without lifting a finger.
Passero has many itineraries that you can add directly to your journey board. Request to download and Passero team will add the itinerary to your journey board within 12 hours. You can customize it however you like. Passero’s travel itineraries will include ideas for where to stay, what to do, and what to eat.
Creating a travel itinerary is fun and engaging on Passero. Need more help? You can reach out directly to the team at email@example.com and ask!
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