Google’s combining all its travel planning features under a site called Trips

Google is combining its travel-related products (the Google Trips mobile app, Google Flights, the Google hotel search, and more) under a unique home page appropriately called Trips. Now, when you visit google.com/travel, you will first find Travel that allows users to plan their trip by searching for a destination to find flight options, hotels, travel guides or vacation packages. And once you have booked your trip, either through the Google tool or not, you can use Travel to view all the booking receipts to describe your itinerary, confirmation codes and travel information and present them together with the weather reports of your travel dates. [19659002] Trips' exploration routes had been dispersed through several Google products in recent months, but now they can be found in a unified site. For example, when you have a reservation for a hotel or a restaurant, searching for that business in Google Maps will show your reservation date and time, and clicking on it will display the confirmation receipt. Maps also offers an Exploration tool to show you things to do nearby, and this will also be incorporated into the Trips homepage when you are planning your trip.

Also, if you track the prices of flights in a Google search, the page will also show updates for any changes that occur. According to Google, Trips will soon show the hotels they have seen in case they still need to make reservation arrangements.

The new Trips home page is now available on the web, the company did not specify how this will affect Google Trips. Mobile application that is currently used as a competitor of TripIt to show off-line travel itineraries. However, he did say that these Travel features will be available through Google Maps in the coming months.