Destinations on Google lets you explore cities and book flights
Google is trying to make planning vacations less of a hassle. To do that, it's launching a new feature today called Destinations on Google that's meant to help you figure out where to go, when to go, and what to do there; it'll also help you get cheap flights and hotels.
GOOGLE GENERATES POSSIBLE ITINERARIES BASED ON ITS TRAVEL DATA
Destinations on Google isn't a new website. Instead, you'll stumble upon it during mobile searches for travel deals and advice. If you search "European vacations," you'll be presented with a grid of major cities, what it'll cost to get to them, and the best weeks to go. Search for travel to a specific country or city, and you'll see an option to open up Google's new "travel guide." Regardless of which way you get to it, these searches will lead you into Google's new Destinations feature, which is where you'll find more info on the location and details on the cost of getting and staying there.
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