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Travel Compositor launches AI-powered booking engine for inspirational searches

Posted by Kate Harden-England on Jun 15th, 2023 at 13:26

Travel Compositor launches AI-powered booking engine for inspirational searches

The platform will generate a bookable package in a single flow from the inspiration search to payment

B2B tech provider Travel Compositor has launched 'AI Trips', which claims to be the world’s first AI-powered booking engine to generate an end-to-end bookable package, in a single flow from the inspiration search to payment.

The European company unveiled the “significant breakthrough” booking engine, designed to transform the travel planning and booking experience by using cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology, at an event held in Cancun this week.

'AI Trips' is developed by a team of experts in AI, UX and travel and uses 12 different technologies, based on artificial intelligence, automatic learning, exclusive processes of transformation of text into travel proposals and a dozen different flows during the reservation, depending on the chosen trip. 

It starts with a single inspirational question from the user such as 'I want to take a trip on Route 66 between Chicago and Los Angeles' and from there the system will propose suggestions, take users through choices and selections, and reserve the desired trip including flights and hotel, plus in-destination experiences or services like car rental. 

"We are thrilled to introduce AI Trips to the market. With this platform, we've made an even more significant breakthrough in the way travel agents plan and book their trips,” said Manuel Aragonés, CEO of Travel Compositor.

"Not only do we save time and effort for professionals and travellers themselves, but we will also provide them with personalized experiences that adapt to their preferences and budget."

'AI Trips' will be available to all Travel Compositor B2B customers from mid-July, for a monthly amount. 

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Travel Compositor launches “AI Trips”

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Launch of first ever bookable, complete trips produced by artificial intelligence based on inspirational searches.

B2B tech provider Travel Compositor launches ‘AI Trips’ : the world’s first ever AI-powered booking engine to generate a 100% bookable complete package, including in-destination experiences, in a single flow from the inspiration search to payment.

At an event held in Cancun on June 14TH, the European B2B technology company for retail travel agents and tour operators Travel Compositor, part of the holding company Travel Soft, has announced the launch of a revolutionary travel booking engine, designed to transform the travel planning and booking experience by using cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology.

The booking engine, called ‘AI Trips’, starts with a single inspirational question from the user such as “I want to take a trip on Route 66 between Chicago and Los Angeles”.

From there the system will propose suggestions, take users through choices / selections, and reserve the desired trip including flights and hotel plus in-destination experiences or services like car rental.

The tool is based on artificial intelligence, automatic learning, exclusive processes of transformation of text into travel proposals and a dozen different flows during the reservation depending on the chosen trip.

The platform, which uses 12 different technologies, has been developed by a team of experts in AI, UX and Travel, who have dedicated tireless efforts to create an innovative and user-oriented solution.

“We are thrilled to introduce AI Trips to the market. With this platform, we’ve made an even more significant breakthrough in the way travel agents plan and book their trips. Not only do we save time and effort for professionals and travelers themselves, but we will also provide them with personalized experiences that adapt to their preferences and budget,” said Manuel Aragonés , CEO of Travel Compositor.

The engine will continue to evolve like all Travel Compositor products – where currently they have millions of previously booked iternaries – and will learn from user preferences and feedback, ensuring that recommendations are increasingly more accurate and relevant.

From mid-July AI Trips will be available to all Travel Compositor’s B2B customers – including retail travel agents, tour operators and online travel sellers – who subscribe to the service for a to be confirmed monthly amount in the hundreds of euros, and contains hundreds of XML connections of more than 12 different categories of tourism, travel and leisure products.

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AI Trips, Travel Compositor's AI engine, is now operational in more than 15 countries

Since its launch, it is being implemented in clients at a rate of two a day and there are already more than 25 who already benefit from the latest technology on the market.

Following the launch of 'AI Trips' last month by Travel Compositor, the B2B technology provider for travel agencies and tour operators, the platform has already answered more than 15,000 questions thanks to the combination of 12 technologies and the use of algorithms that are born from user questions.

Among others, it has already been implemented on the websites of companies such as: The Spanish OTA; Central de Vacaciones, the private Portuguese travel OTA; Interpass, The Italian Tour Operators; Amareitalia and Orizzonti, the Jordanian-Turkish tour group; Trave One, The Mexican Tour Operators; It is traveling and Viajes Lili The Argentine Tour Operators; TipTravel and Delphi, the pan-European travel agent network; Evolution Travel and the Italian receptive; Acetours.

AI Trips uses advanced machine learning algorithms that analyze and process a wide range of data in real time, from user preferences to information about destinations, weather and local events. This makes it possible to provide customers with unique and personalized trips, offering answers and results tailored to the traveler's individual needs and allowing them to go from a simple question to booking a trip in a few clicks.

Manuel Aragonés, CEO of Travel Compositor, shared his enthusiasm for the results: "We are very happy to meet the deadlines with which we went to market and the results obtained by innovative companies that have signed up quickly. We have planned the arrival of constant versions, which will improve more and more, the performance of the engine, for which I especially thank those clients for their collaboration, because with the searches they are receiving, they are helping us to improve performance day by day''.

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Travel Compositor Unveils AI Trips: The Groundbreaking AI-Powered Booking Engine

Cancun, June 14 – Travel Compositor, the European technology company under the Travel Soft holding company, made waves in the travel industry by announcing the launch of their revolutionary AI-powered travel booking engine. Aptly named AI Trips, this cutting-edge platform aims to revolutionize the travel planning and booking experience by utilizing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence technology.

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The primary goal of AI Trips is to simplify the travel journey for users, making trip planning, inspiration, and booking faster, more efficient, and personalized than ever before. Incredibly, all of this can be accomplished in a single session with just four clicks.

So, how does AI Trips work? With just one question from the user, such as “I want to take a trip on Route 66 between Chicago and Los Angeles,” the system takes the user on a seamless journey from exploration to reservation. This is achieved through the integration of artificial intelligence, automatic learning, and exclusive processes that transform user queries into travel proposals. Moreover, depending on the chosen trip, the platform offers a dozen different flows during the reservation process.

The magic of AI Trips lies in its ability to analyze user questions and preferences, suggesting trips that best suit their needs and desires. The user then selects their preferred trip, and the system guides them through various reservation flows, presenting transportation options, land services, and even last-mile mobility solutions. AI algorithms allow users to modify their choices or add auxiliary services like activities or car rentals, culminating in a seamless payment and reservation process.

To create this groundbreaking platform, Travel Compositor’s team of experts in AI, UX, and travel dedicated tireless efforts to provide an innovative, user-oriented solution. Thanks to their hard work, users can now plan and book their dream trips with just four clicks, eliminating the common complexities and frustrations associated with traditional booking processes.

Manuel Aragonés, the CEO of Travel Compositor, expressed his excitement about AI Trips, stating, “We are delighted to introduce AI Trips to the market. With this platform, we have achieved a significant advancement in the way travel agents plan and book their trips. Not only are we saving time and effort for professionals and travelers alike, but we are also providing them with personalized experiences that adapt to their preferences and budget.”

AI Trips boasts not only efficient travel booking but also a user-friendly and intuitive interface. Travelers can explore different destinations, compare flight and hotel options, and make reservations with just a few clicks from any device with an internet connection. The platform is designed to continuously evolve, learning from user preferences and feedback to provide increasingly accurate and relevant recommendations every month.

Customers of Travel Compositor can now subscribe to the AI Trips model, granting them access to hundreds of XML connections encompassing over 12 different tourism, travel, and leisure products. This ensures a wide and competitive range of options for every Operator, OTA, DMC, Agency Network, and more. Ultimately, AI Trips opens up a world of destinations, guaranteeing travelers the best deals for their dream trips.

The launch of AI Trips marks a significant milestone in both the travel and AI industries. This innovative platform promises to transform the way people plan and book their trips, offering a seamless, personalized, and ultimately satisfying experience for travelers worldwide.

https://www.travelcompositor.com/en/post-travelc-launches-aitrips/

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A lot of generative AI-based travel planning and booking tools are coming out. Which ones will last?

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When OpenAI released ChatGPT last November, there were a few companies that released tools right away or even shared plans to do so.  

Then, there were some more. 

Now, there are so many companies releasing tools and talking about plans that it’s becoming hard to keep up. 

In the early days, a simple experimental integration of ChatGPT with a mapping tool was enough to spark interest to publish a news article . It’s only been about six months, and the landscape has changed drastically. Now, not every new tool gets its own story – there’s not enough time in the day. 

Multiple large publicly traded travel companies — Airbnb, Uber, and more — have shared how they believe generative AI will change the way their businesses operate externally and internally. Another of them, vacation rental listing platform HomeToGo, is planning to release an AI tool soon meant to help users book accommodation based on specific preferences. 

As far as booking tools go, most companies have a similar goal in mind: a virtual travel agent that can make recommendations and complete bookings based on highly personalized preferences that the customer provides. 

The question that remains is how the many small companies — with limited data and resources — will be able to compete with the large companies that have unfathomable swaths of data and billions of dollars in revenue. Kudos to the ones who jumped on ideas right away because sometimes being first is important. But there’s no way around it — like social media platforms or past travel apps, few will succeed, and many will fail. 

Skift has already covered multiple AI-powered booking tools in the works: Tripnotes , GuideGeek and Roam Around , Priceline , eDreams Odigeo , multiple online travel agency activities, and more.

Here a just few more that have been released or announced recently:

  • Travel Compositor , a booking platform for travel sellers, is releasing an AI-powered planning and booking engine for use by its clients. Called AI Trips, the company said the platform will able users to book an entire trip — including flights, hotel, car rentals, and in-destination ticketed experiences — starting with a simple prompt. 
  • Roamefy , formerly theDIYtrip, an AI based travel-tech startup app meant to help users plan and book travel.
  • AI.Adventures , a website that uses tech from ChatGPT, said it help users with personalized travel planning and itinerary generation. 
  • Iplan.ai is a mobile app that allows users to generate and save multiple itineraries based on location, number of days, and the number of travelers. Itineraries includes photos, maps, and links. 

There are surely more to come. And they’re continuing to get better and better. 

The platforms that succeed will likely need to solve a unique problem or create a recognizable brand. Not every company can “revolutionize” the way travel planning and booking has been done, as many claim they’re in the process of doing. The experts agree that it will change — but exactly who will be behind it is yet to be seen.

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Spain-based Travel Compositor, a provider of booking engine solutions for online leisure travel sellers, announced that it is launching a technology solution for Travel Management Companies (TMCs) called “TC 4 Business Travel” .

Responding to the demand and needs of several of their clients  who work in both the leisure and business segments, Travel Compositor – which bases a large part of its innovation on its clients own suggestions – has worked for more than a year in collaboration with B2B TMC clients who requested this to create a business travel platform unique for its features and solutions which the company describes as ‘holistic’.

Travel Compositor is present in 60 countries around the world and is part of the travel technology group Travelsoft, whose technology is used to sell trips worth around €35 ​​billion a year and incorporates well-known B2B travel technology brands such as Orchestra , Traffics, TravelgateX, TCT and ATCORE.

Taking advantage of the best of its leisure travel solution called Travel C, the platform has added specific modules and features that TMCs can use for when their clients plan business trips. Among others, the new tool will have features such as:

  • Choose from more than 16 booking engines that will allow the pricing and sale of all types of trips, from the classic flight plus hotel but with any type of transportation and any land service in cross-selling, to multi-hotel reservations, commercial routes visiting several destinations by car, unlimited multi-destination trips that will allow  to book a national, continental or intercontinental trips to several destinations in a single session, etc.
  • A very powerful back-office with more than 20 modules including CMS, Business Intelligence, Mail and Whats app marketing, quotes repricing, rebooking, finances, data, inventories for contract loading, extranet, campaigns, promo codes, operations, market-place, rewards and affiliations, users and companies management, etc.
  • White label websites, highly customizable, so that each Operator can offer a specific system and site to each company that fits their needs, including custom booking flow, documentation and rules.
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  • Expense administration
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  Already more than 200 XML providers are ready to be connected at no cost by TMCs that acquire a TC 4 business travel license, including access to specific corporate rates with airlines, railway companies and hotel chains, negotiated by them.

Additionally, Travel Compositor is pleased to confirm that it has reached an agreement to integrate Emburse Captio, the global leader in travel expense management, into the TC 4 Business Travel to allow travelers to update their expenses during the trip by simply scanning them with his mobile phone and that it is integrated directly into each trip file.

The founder and CEO of Travel Compositor, Manuel Aragonés, comments: “We believe that there is a gap in the TMC market for a holistic solution that covers all aspects about travel and all about control  rules and expenses during the trip, that is currently not served by existing solutions, which is why we hope to implement quickly TC 4 Business simultaneously in the 60 countries where we are already present,  through our current clients who work in both segments (leisure and business). I would like to thank the entire team for creating this excellent product and also Emburse Captio for trusting us to become our first external tool integrated within our solutions.”

Today’s news follows the ever-innovating Travel Compositor’s recent launch of a new booking engine called TC Trip Planner, a patent that allows travelers to create and book trips that combine multiple destinations with road routes, packages and cruises in a single session

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My First Trip to Norway, With A.I. as a Guide

Can artificial intelligence devise a bucket-list vacation that checks all the boxes: culture, nature, hotels and transportation? Our reporter put three virtual assistants to the test.

A train rolls past a small, quaint red wooden building with a quiet road in front of it. In the distance are trees and snow-capped mountains.

By Ceylan Yeğinsu

The assignment was clear: Test how well artificial intelligence could plan a trip to Norway, a place I’d never been. So I did none of my usual obsessive online research and instead asked three A.I. planners to create a four-day itinerary. None of them, alas, mentioned the saunas or the salmon.

Two assistants were, however, eager to learn more about me in order to tailor their initially generic recommendations, which they had spewed out within seconds. Vacay , a personalized travel planning tool, presented me with a list of questions, while Mindtrip , a new A.I. travel assistant, invited me to take a quiz. (ChatGPT, the third assistant, asked nothing.)

Vacay’s and Mindtrip’s questions were similar: Are you traveling solo? What’s your budget? Do you prefer hotels or Airbnbs? Would you rather explore the great outdoors or pursue a cultural experience?

Eventually, my chat sessions yielded what seemed like well-rounded itineraries, starting with one day in Oslo and moving on to the fjord region. Eventually, I locked down a trip that would combine the assistants’ information and go beyond a predictable list of sites.

This time around, my virtual planners were far more sophisticated than the simple ChatGPT interface I used last year on a trip to Milan. Though it offered more detailed suggestions for Norway, I ended up ditching ChatGPT in the travel-planning stage after it repeatedly crashed.

Vacay’s premium service, which starts at $9.99 per month, included in-depth suggestions and booking links, while Mindtrip, which is currently free, provided photos, Google reviews and maps. During the trip itself, each delivered instantaneous information by text and always asked if more specific details were needed. Sadly, only ChatGPT offered a phone app, whose information I found to be outdated (the $20-per-month premium version is more current).

I’m not alone when it comes to turning to A.I. for help: Around 70 percent of Americans are either using or planning to use A.I. for travel planning, according to a recent survey conducted by the Harris Poll on behalf of the personal finance app Moneylion, while 71 percent said using A.I. would most likely be easier than planning trips on one’s own.

I decided to find out for myself in Norway.

A whirlwind day in Oslo

After I landed at Oslo Airport, all three assistants directed me to the Flytoget Airport Express Train , which got me to town in 20 minutes. I was delighted to find my hotel adjacent to the central railway station.

Choosing accommodations had not been easy. I was looking for a midrange boutique hotel, and the A.I. assistants generated many options with little overlap. I went with Hotel Amerikalinjen , Vacay’s recommendation, which it described as “a vibrant and unique boutique hotel in the heart of Oslo.” Its location was the main draw, but overall the hotel exceeded my expectations, blending comfort and style with the 20th-century charm of its building, which once housed the headquarters of the Norwegian America Line shipping company.

For the one-day Oslo itinerary, the assistants were in agreement, packing in the city’s top sights, including the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Royal Palace , the Nobel Peace Center, Akershus Fortress and the Munch Museum. I shared my location and asked each assistant to restructure the itineraries to start from my hotel. But when I gave in to my own research instincts and pulled up Google Maps, I saw that the order they suggested didn’t make sense, so I plotted my own path.

By the time I got to Frogner Park at midday, I had already covered half of the sights, and after walking past more than 200 sculptures by the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland, I was happy to sit down and admire his granite monolith of entwined humans.

For lunch, the assistants recommended high-end restaurants in the bustling waterfront neighborhood of Aker Brygge . But I wanted a quick bite in a more relaxed atmosphere, so I ditched A.I. and walked to the end of the promenade, where I stumbled upon the Salmon , a cozy establishment where I started with salmon sashimi that melted in my mouth and finished with a perfectly grilled fillet. How had my assistants not mentioned this place?

Next on my list was the Nobel Peace Center, the Opera House and the Munch Museum. The assistants had not recommended prebooking tickets, but fortunately, I had done so, learning, in the process, that the Peace Center was closed, a crucial bit of information that A.I. did not relay.

It was chilly for mid-June, and as I walked along the harbor promenade toward the Munch Museum, I spotted small floating saunas, which my assistants had not included. I went back to the ChatGPT phone app for recommendations. Even though I was eager to try a floating sauna, where people warmed themselves and then plunged straight into the frigid waters of the Oslofjord, I took ChatGPT’s suggestion and booked the Salt sauna, which is where I headed after spending a few hours at the Munch Museum, with its extensive works by the Norwegian artist and its sweeping views of Oslo’s harbor.

At the Salt cultural complex , a large pyramidal structure on the water, I was relieved that swimsuits were a requirement. In Scandinavia, saunas are usually taken naked , and earlier, I had asked ChatGPT for the etiquette at Salt, but it failed to give me a definitive answer. After sweating it out with around 30 strangers in Salt’s main sauna, I dipped into a cold-water barrel tub and then tried the smaller sauna options, which were hotter and quieter. It was the perfect ending to a long day.

Waterfalls, lush valleys, raging waters

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Each of my assistants had different ideas on how to reach the fjord region. ChatGPT suggested taking a seven-hour train ride and then immediately embarking on a two-hour fjord cruise, which sounded exhausting. Mindtrip suggested taking a short flight to Bergen, known as the “gateway to the fjords,” and setting out on a cruise the next day, which was perhaps more efficient, but would also mean missing one of the most scenic train rides in the world. Vacay also recommended a train ride.

After conversing with the assistants, I decided on a shorter train journey (six hours) that would deliver me to Naeroyfjord , a UNESCO World Heritage site with lush valleys and thundering waterfalls. But to figure out the logistics for transport and accommodation, I needed live train timetables, which I found on my own, and information on hotel availability that none of the assistants had.

At this point, I was desperate for human guidance to navigate the region’s expensive and limited accommodations. This is where the pictures and reviews on Mindtrip were useful, helping me to understand that I would be paying premium prices for the spectacular setting of a mediocre hotel.

The train ride from Oslo to Myrdal was breathtaking: rolling hills, mountain villages, fjords, waterfalls. But nothing prepared me for the majestic one-hour Flam railway ride that followed. Vacay had described it as an “engineering marvel” with a breathtakingly steep descent as it passes picturesque villages, dramatic mountains, raging rivers and pounding waterfalls, complete with a dance performance featuring a mythological spirit known as a huldra.

The next morning I boarded a Naeroyfjord cruise, recommended by Vacay, on an electric, 400-person vessel. I was surprised by the serenity of the fjord. Later I learned from a tour guide that I had been lucky to visit when there were no large cruise ships. It was hard to imagine an ocean liner maneuvering through the narrow, windy fjord, but when I asked ChatGPT, it told me 150 to 220 cruise ships squeezed through the fjord each year, a detail that I felt the travel assistants should warn travelers about.

The cruise ended in the village of Gudvangen, where rain made me cancel a hike to a waterfall and instead try my hand at ax-throwing in the Viking Village Njardarheim. The assistants had told me that there were buses that left town every four hours, a time frame that had worked with my original hiking plan, but now I was stuck. Thankfully, I took note of the A.I. disclaimers to check all information and found an alternative shuttle bus.

On my way to Bergen, I decided to stop in the town of Voss, famous for extreme sports like skydiving and spectacular nature. All the A.I.-suggested hotels were booked, but a Google search led me to the lakeside Elva hotel , which had delicious farm-to-table food. I suspect it didn’t make the A.I. shortlist because it was new.

I ended my trip in Bergen, which, despite being Norway’s second-largest city, maintains a small-town charm with its colorful wooden houses and cobblestone streets. With only half a day to explore, I followed Mindtrip’s short itinerary, starting with a hearty lunch of fish and chips at the bustling waterfront fish market and ending with a funicular ride up Mount Floyen for panoramic views of the city and fjords. The A.I. dinner suggestion at the Colonialen was perfect: cozy vibe, live jazz and locally sourced dishes.

The bottom line

None of the A.I. programs were perfect, but they did complement one another, allowing me to streamline my travel decisions.

Overall, Mindtrip — with its polished, dynamic interface that allowed me to cross-check details with maps, links and reviews — was my favorite. While it gave some good recommendations, Mindtrip needed more prompting than Vacay, which offered a wider variety of suggestions in more detail. Unfortunately, Vacay doesn’t save chat history, which I discovered halfway into my planning after closing the website’s tab on my browser.

The biggest drawback was the absence of phone apps for Mindtrip and Vacay, which led me to rely on ChatGPT’s basic A.I. assistant when I needed on-the-spot guidance. Mindtrip, I’ve since learned, is planning to debut an app in September.

Still, there were times when I desperately craved the human touch. Before setting out on a trip, I always contact friends and colleagues for recommendations. This time, as part of the A.I. experiment, I refrained from reaching out to a Norwegian friend until after my trip, only to find out that we had both been in Oslo at the same time.

That’s one element of travel that I doubt A.I. will ever master: serendipity.

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  • Layla, Wonderplan, and PLAN by ixigo are AI travel planning apps with customizable itineraries.
  • iplan.ai offers detailed itineraries for popular tourist cities based on interests and budget.
  • Curiosio plans road trips on all continents, while Trip Planner AI helps with activity selection and cost estimation.

You can tell a travel agent your preferred dates, the place you want to visit, and your budget, and expect a full itinerary of what to do there based on your preferences. But can AI do the same job?

These free travel planning apps use AI and machine-learning tools like ChatGPT to prepare an itinerary for you in a few seconds, and we took them for a spin.

Layla describes itself as an AI trip planner, meaning you can use it to decide your vacation destination, create itineraries, and find suitable hotels and flights.

If you are uncertain about your destination or would like suggestions, you can ask Layla for advice regarding your trip. Otherwise, enter your destination and ask Layla to create your itinerary. Within a few seconds, you'll get a detailed plan for your trip.

As Layla is a chatbot, you can enter a prompt to ask it to change your itinerary. For instance, ask it to focus more on outdoor activities or include local restaurants. If you're unsatisfied with the activities planned on any particular day, you can give instructions and ask Layla to regenerate that part only.

Once you've perfected your itinerary, you can share it with your friends via a URL or add it to your bucket list.

2. Wonderplan

Wonderplan is a wonderful AI tool for planning your trip. To create your itinerary, Wonderplan first asks you to enter your destination country and city, your budget, the number of days you'll be staying, and your interests.

It then creates a travel plan within a few minutes, displaying various places to visit, their descriptions, and the time usually spent at each location. Although Wonderplan doesn't show the trip map, it does provide a link to Google Maps for each place.

It also displays different types of accommodation available (like Airbnb, hotel, or hostel) and their respective costs. Similarly, there are details about transportation, food, and activities. This way, you can estimate the potential cost of your trip.

In addition to your itinerary, Wonderplan also shows essential information about the country you're visiting. These include the currency conversion rate, electricity plug type, languages spoken, weather, and popular conveyances.

3. PLAN by ixigo

PLAN by ixigo starts by asking you about your dream destination. Then, it provides an option to describe the type of experience you want to have. This is just like a ChatGPT prompt, so you can enter anything you wish.

For example, you can specify the duration of your stay, your interests, the kinds of activities you're looking for, whether you have a family with you, and so on.

But if you can't think of any prompts, PLAN by ixigo provides a few trip ideas, so you can always select those. PLAN by ixigo then shows a day-wise plan, showing what you can do in the morning, afternoon, and evening.

However, if the suggested itinerary doesn't sound appealing, you can again enter a prompt to edit it.

4. iplan.ai

While iplan.ai doesn't mention which AI or machine-learning algorithm it uses, the results are fantastic enough to gloss over that. The app works beautifully on phones to give you a full itinerary for any one city at a time, depending on how many days you have there.

The app first asks you to name the destination city. As far as we checked, iplan.ai works best for popular tourist cities, not offbeat or obscure travel. Next, note how many days you will be there, and then choose your free time each day—a cool step to ensure a better itinerary if you already have some plans, but not a whole days worth.

Tell iplan.ai if you're traveling solo, as a couple, with family, or with friends, and then choose your interest among topics like history, art and culture, nature, entertainment, shopping, food, sports, relaxing, etc. Finally, choose between an economy, normal, or luxury budget.

After a few minutes, iplan.ai gives you a day-wise itinerary for your trip. It's plotted on a map so you can see all the locations, and each point of interest has a brief description along with estimated travel time.

The app has both free and paid plans. With a paid account, you can share the trip plan with your friends and access it offline. Another limitation of iplan.ai is that you can't get an itinerary for a multi-city trip. For now, you'll need to make a plan for each city you're visiting, one at a time.

Download: iplan.ai for Android | iOS (Free, Paid)

5. Curiosio

The easiest last-minute travel plan is to get into a car and drive. Curiosio specializes in helping you plan an itinerary for a road trip to several major countries on all continents. It doesn't cover every single place, but the existing collection is impressive enough.

Curiosio uses its own AI engine, Ingeenee, which is trained on several crowdsourced travel-based resources, such as Wikivoyage, Wikipedia, Wikidata, Freebase, DBpedia, GeoNames, OSMNames, and OpenStreetMap. Through this dataset, it can chart an itinerary that meets your requirements across various parameters.

You can set options for a round trip or a one-way trip with starting and finishing points. If there are any places you want to visit on the way, add them in. Then set the number of travelers, dates of the journey, what vehicle you're using, total budget, and whether you want to visit places that spark curiosity or are obscure. The AI will usually give you multiple plans and routes for these options.

The itinerary includes a map of your route and a day-wise breakdown of where you'll be going and what you'll be seeing. Each point of interest is clickable to find more information about it. There are easy ways to share your itinerary with co-travelers, print it out, or even export it to Google Maps. Curiosio is one of the best road trip planners for your next adventure .

6. Trip Planner AI

Trip Planner AI plans a perfect trip to your dream destination. Begin creating your itinerary by entering the city you wish to visit and traveling dates. You can add multiple destinations here.

Then, select the kinds of activities you prefer, the number of people, and whether you're traveling with friends or family. Trip Planner AI asks you about your dietary preferences and budget.

As an optional step, you can specify the place where you'll be staying so that it creates an itinerary accordingly. If you haven't decided on your lodging yet, you can explore hotels suggested by Trip Planner AI.

Finally, Trip Planner AI generates a detailed itinerary, a map, and basic information about the city you're visiting. For each destination, it provides the details of the place, expected traveling time, and cost. Though it provides a complete plan for your trip, you can manually add or remove activities from your itinerary. You can also invite your friends to edit the itinerary and download it as a PDF.

7. Vacay Chatbot

Vacay Chatbot is not a dedicated itinerary maker but an AI chatbot that acts like your travel advisor. So, you can ask it to give travel recommendations, compare different destinations, and, of course, create an itinerary. If you've previously used AI chatbots like ChatGPT, you'll find this trip planner easy to use.

Just enter a prompt specifying your destination and trip details and ask Vacay Chatbot to create an itinerary. You can include details like your trip duration, budget, preferences, number of travelers, etc. The more details you provide, the better your itinerary will be.

One of the downsides of using Vacay Chatbot is that it doesn't provide a map for your trip. However, you can use these apps to plot your itinerary on a map .

All these travel planning AI apps urge you not to use the itinerary as-is and only treat it as a template or guide to begin planning your trip. This is because they currently have several limitations, like databases that aren't recently updated or require specific prompts from the user.

A real human travel agent will still give you a more customized itinerary, but it will cost you a few bucks. If you want a free base guide, more basic travel planning apps are a good starting point.

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  • Places of interest
  • Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center
  • Central Museum of the Air Forces at Monino
  • Peter the Great Military Academy
  • Bykovo Manor
  • Balashikha Arena
  • Balashikha Museum of History and Local Lore
  • Pekhorka Park
  • Ramenskii History and Art Museum
  • Orekhovo Zuevsky City Exhibition Hall
  • Malenky Puppet Theater
  • Noginsk Museum and Exhibition Center
  • Saturn Stadium

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    Travel Compositor launches AI Trips. AI Trips is a Travel Booking engine that revolutionizes trip planning and booking with artificial intelligence. At an event held in Cancun on June 14, the European technology company, part of the Travel Soft holding company, announced the launch of a revolutionary travel booking engine, designed to transform ...

  3. Travel Compositor launches AI Trips

    Travel Compositor launches AI Trips. AI Trips is a Travel Booking engine that revolutionizes trip planning and booking with artificial intelligence. At an event held in Cancun on June 14, the European technology company, part of the Travel Soft holding company, announced the launch of a re

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