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  • Show HN: I built a web app to open source travel itineraries
    Wanderlog is also really good for this type of thing: I'm a pretty active user of it, but TripGeeks also looks cool. - Source: Hacker News / 4 months ago
  • Can I get some opinions on my Paris Itinerary? I have attached pictures below that goes over my itinerary for 5 days in Paris. It is my first time. Please let me know if I am missing something that I should add or if I should change up a couple things.
    Whoa, they also have a Chrome extension for collecting information during the planning process: Source: 7 months ago
  • Best travel itinerary schedule websites
    I know this post is over a week old now, but I really like Source: over 1 year ago
  • Looking for a great travel planning app
    I used Wanderlog which can suggest you popular locations in a city, if you pay for it you can optimize your itinerary for a day. It has some budgeting capabilities, but it won't suggest you accommodations, flights or transit from a city to another though. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Welcome to r/wanderlog!
    Hey there! I'm Peter -- one of the twin-brother founders of Wanderlog and a member of the team of 8 working on it. We're creating an unofficial subreddit so that folks can share itineraries, ask for suggestions, and ask questions and make suggestions around using Wanderlog ( I realize it'll be pretty quiet in her starting out, but if anyone on Reddit's already using Wanderlog, feel free to... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What are your most used travel apps/websites/resources?
    We used to write down our plans on Google Docs, but now we use Wanderlog - Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What is one product that makes traveling easier for you?
    Not a product, but loving the Wanderlog app lately, especially for planning/budgeting a group trip. Trips are so much easier now! Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Advice on 2-day itinerary
    I included around 5 minutes of buffer time in addition to the predicted travel time between each location. I planned all of this using Wanderlog, which was really helpful! :). Source: about 2 years ago
  • How can I see what the fastest driving route is that goes through n places?
    I only know of Wanderlog but that functionality is premium. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Travel planning idea
    It's been done to death. For example Source: about 2 years ago
  • Happy Hours near Mirage & Clubs for Solo Traveler?
    Wow that's a great list! What did you use to write this? I've been trying to keep track of my stuff in google slides and it's been a nightmare D: I've found a couple options but curious your thoughts. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Are there sites like TripAdvisor that are good for marking places I want to see (and other features)?
    Wanderlog I use it on desktop so I can see my itinerary and on the right see all the places marked on the map. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Re-Entering Workforce After Sabbatical
    Next I wanted to go through Full stack open 2022 and possibly make a personal project something like Source: about 2 years ago
  • Show HN: Calenday, real-time collaborative calendars for trip planning
    I'm curious what benefits you see something like this offering over a more "full-fledged" collaborative trip-planning solution like The biggest thing I see are "upvotes", but to me, the benefits of a full-featured travel-planner outweigh a calendar, especially when it does things like automatically calculate the driving time between stops, etc. - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • How do you start planning a trip?
    Then, I usually start collecting places to visit by reading blogs. I used to just write them down in a Google Doc, but nowadays I used Wanderlog ( - it's like a doc, but combined with a map, which helps a lot for making sense of where things are. I add the flights/hotels there to keep track of them too. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Paul Graham's Twitter thread on Search engines and SEO spam
    - Option 2: Get your customer lifetime value high enough so you can pay for ads. This is tough, since it's a bit of a chicken and the egg problem since most search engines are monetized with ads As the founder of Wanderlog (YC W19), a consumer vacation planning app [1], I definitely remember the idealistic days when I thought the best consumer product on its own would win! But growth doesn't just come, and the... - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • Any form of program or website to plan a 2-3 month long trip?
    I haven't had a chance to use it myself, but might be useful? Source: over 2 years ago
  • Travel planning software: The most common bad startup idea
    This originally was big on Hacker News in 2014: This is really just the latest in a long list of articles about why travel planning startups aren't worth pursuing: - - That being said, we've spent the... - Source: Hacker News / almost 3 years ago
  • Route planning software
    There is a website whose name I can't recall where you can post up your route, but then it can be edited by others. This was great when someone was planning a ride across the US and left it open for "locals" to edit the route to follow interesting roads, etc. I did a search but while I didn't find it, I did find Maybe this will work for what you want to do in Europe? Source: about 3 years ago
  • Has Y Combinator lost its way when the latest company is a Mac only widget?
    This. Having gone through YC, I know that starting with a niche is good advice and advice they likely would have gotten. Looking at the Launch HN [1], I think the question should instead be "has YC lost it's way when its latest company is founded by 4 University of Waterloo students?". When phrased that way, the answer seems obvious, given that YC started out funding current college students in Boston. Having gone... - Source: Hacker News / over 3 years ago
  • Has Y Combinator lost its way when the latest company is a Mac only widget?
    Link back to the Launch HN: I think the question should instead be "has YC lost it's way when its latest company is founded by 4 University of Waterloo students?". When phrased that way, the answer seems obvious, given that YC started out funding current college students in Boston. Having gone through YC in W19 with Wanderlog, I think one of its best parts is how it... - Source: Hacker News / over 3 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of Wanderlog

8 Best Roadtrippers Alternatives for Efficient Trip Planning in 2023
Wanderlog stands out for its ease and adaptability, catering to a wide range of travel types and locations. From road trips to vacations, Wanderlog provides an all-in-one solution to make travel planning easy and pleasant.
12 Best Travel TRIP PLANNER APPs To Have in 2023
Plus, there’s a fun social component: collaborate with friends on itineraries, write your own travel guide, and blog about past trips. Wanderlog is available on the web and on your smartphone, so you can seamlessly plan while at home and on-the-go.
The 8 Best Alternatives to Google Travel Trip Summaries
A free version of Wanderlog is available for desktop and mobile via the Apple Store for iOS and the Google Play Store for Android. This free version has most of the features mentioned above. Some paid-for options are available via Wanderlog Pro if you want access to a few additional features.These extra features include access to your itineraries and maps when offline, road trip route optimization, and unlimited...

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Funding news

    1 Sep 2021
  1. General Catalyst, Abstract back Wanderlog’s $1.5M round for collaborative travel - Twin brothers Harry Yu and Peter Xu grew up traveling all over, an aspect of their lives that continued even into their careers. What they didn’t enjoy was figuring out all the logistics, which has become more difficult during the pandemic: vacations that could be taken quickly now require more planning and even reservations.

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