Planning a trip takes research and planning, and with today’s technology Peek.com is changing how we plan what we do when we travel.
Instead of thumbing through guidebooks or searching several different websites for things to do on vacation, this unique website lets you book things to do in 24 parts of the U.S., Europe and Mexico.
It covers museum tours, historic landmarks, day trips, adventure activities, as well and theater and entertainment, kids’ activities and even cooking and craft classes. For those looking for a romantic getaway, they also offer a romantic activities category to help you plan.
Search Activities Based on Location
The possibilities are extensive; however, the site is organized in a user-friendly fashion making it easy to find what you’re looking for without hours of research.
For instance, if you choose a destination like Chicago, it offers links to sights and landmarks, things to do with kids, ideas that take you off the beaten path, and options for food and drink.
For budget-minded travelers, they even offer a category for things to do that cost under $50 as well as details about the most cost-effective way to get around, but all this information just scratches the surface of all they provide.
Peek.com offers instant booking so when you see what’s available you can book it instantly with a lowest price guarantee. This provides the chance to book several high-quality activities to your itinerary at the best price, and all from your electronic device.
They also have a “Our Perfect Days” option which features complete itineraries, insider tips, and other hidden gems. It a great way to save yourself hours of phone calls and lets you book and pay online.
Peek.com is changing the way people plan their trips. They offer the convenience of one-stop shopping, high-quality activities, and an easy-to-use platform that makes it possible to book online via computer, tablet, or mobile phone.
They also offer Travel Guides that provide convenient overviews for anyone visiting a travel destination for the first time.
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