My 3 Favourite Travel Apps 

If there’s one thing I do plenty of these days, it’s travel. I think it kind of comes as a given for anyone who wants to work in the field I do. I mean, don’t get me wrong it’s like I go off to New York (yet) but I do seem to spend a lot of my time running for trains to here and there. 

So I thought today I’d share with you guys the apps I use which help get me from A to B with as minimal stress as possible! 


This app is fantastic for anyone whose arrived in a city for the first time And need some help with getting around. I would say however this app isn’t that brilliant as it only does major cities, which is a bit of a bummer. 

The Trainline 

Out of all of my travel apps I use this one the most. I use The Trainline to buy my train tickets, and it seems not a week goes by when I’m not travelling it’s well used. Also, the introduction of their mobile tickets is perfect if I’m running late to the station as is their train updates. 

Google Maps 

Aah, good old Google Maps it needs no introduction. When I first started going to Manchester I had this app up there with running water. It’s brilliant for when I’m lost and trying to find someone new. I couldn’t coordinate myself without it! 

And that’s my three favourite travel apps! I hope this post has been useful for any of you travelling soon! 


Author: Chelsea Thompson

Liverpool based Scriptwriter, Script Reader and Script Consultant. Offering feedback and helpful advice to all budding writers out there! As a fellow writer I know just how hard nailing that first draft can be, so instead of suffering in silence lets grab a cuppa and suffer together!

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