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Now this is a topic you should have at least heard about from all those television commercials. The Internet is a very useful way to search for those inexpensive airplane flights, bus schedules, and travel packages.

You know the money you may save by finding a "deal" on travel, may just have paid for your computer system. Not only can you find travel bargains, but you can also find out what interesting places you may want to visit after you get wherever it is that you wish to go. You can find out, for example, what time tours are for museums, what kind of restaurants and what is on the menu, special events that may be happening at that time, stores in the area within walking distance, etc.

These are the very same things a travel agent can arrange for you. If you have a question about the place that you want to stay - such as: "Is it non-smoking?" or "Does it have sauna?", etc, you can send an e-mail and ask about these things yourself.

Where do you want to go and how much can you afford to spend? Below are some links to get you started in your airplane flights, bus schedules, and travel packages search.


See ResourceRecommendations. Feel free to add additional resources to these lists, but please follow the guidelines on ResourceRecommendations including ResourceRecommendations#Guidelines_for_Rating_Resources.


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