Creating a plan for a trip or journey is more difficult. If you search on Google, It will help you discover new ideas using the local tourism websites and other sites like TripAdvisor, Yatra etc. But the experience often ends up as a stress than a pleasure.
To help the users and to smooth the process of planning a trip, Google has introduced a new travel tool called the “Touring Bird”.
The idea of “Touring Bird” emerges from the Area 120 lab where Google employees are giving a free hand to develop their own product ideas. It helps travellers to compare and book tours, tickets from multiple providers – all in a single place.
Currently, only 20 locations are listed, this includes Boston, Chicago and New York, London, Paris and New Delhi and more will be added in coming months. Right now Around 400 local contributors have added their information for more than 25,000 activities.
Google’s touring Bird offers lots of information like “Top Sights” and “Tours and Activities”.
Likewise, look at the area with the expectation of free visits offered by neighbourhood guides, and another for the most ideal approach to explore a city as per your interests. These include notable locales in every city, thoughts for getting out of the way, places for history buffs, and recommendations for a scope of food and drink experiences.
Touring Bird is the most recent effort by Google to smooth out the trip planning arranging process for travellers. Other than progressing moves to heat more travel administrations into mobile search, the web giant has taken off Google Destinations and Google Trips. What’s more, obviously, there’s the ever-valuable Maps, Earth, and Street View tools that take into account considerably more planning.