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Summer is over and it's no longer perfect weather for the beach. Have no fear, there are still so many places to go this fall! No matter what city you live in, there is a place for you to Uber or Lyft and enjoy these crisp days. So, hop into Fall and enjoy the ride!
Summer is one of the busiest times for travel and Uber wants to help make your trip seamless. This summer Uber is expanding their services in 6 popular European countries to better help travelers get where they need to go. From Mallorca to Sicily, Uber has your back with these new options:
In Greece, Uber has added Uber Taxi in Athens and has expanded Comfort, Van, and Taxi options through the gorgeous Greek isles, including Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes and Corfu. These offerings will be bookable both on demand as well as in advance, so …read more
Does taking public transportation feel overwhelming to you? If you are new to subways, buses, or trains, the thought of figuring out how to get your ticket and navigate the seemingly complex rail system can be daunting. It may even seem as if there are some unspoken rules that everyone seems to know but you. We are here to walk you through the unspoken rules of etiquette for taking public transportation so the next time you choose to travel with the masses you can feel more comfortable.
When the doors open, wait. Do not rush into the newly accessible space. …read more
Spring break is coming up, the weather is improving, and wanderlust is kicking in! If you are finding yourself daydreaming about travel but also feeling the pinch of the economy, this post is for you. Money saving and stretching does take some research and a little time, but if you can commit to it, your trip will be better for it. Here are our tops tips for saving money and traveling frugally in 2023.
Rideshares have become a main staple in our transportation economy over the last few years and we tend to take them for granted. Most of the time it is easy to hail an Uber or Lyft, simply pull out your phone, tap a couple of buttons, and voila you have a personal driver at your command. However, some airports have been slow to adopt rideshares, forcing travelers to pay exorbitant fees or walk over 15 minutes, with luggage in tow, to a parking garage.
The Ride Gurus have rounded up the worst U.S. airports for rideshare transportation and while we …