These are the terms of service for any and everyone who uses for booking travel agree to when using this platform.

1. When you book an accommodation, flight, or attraction, provides and is responsible for its own platform – but not the Travel Experience itself.

2. When you book a rental car, or private or public transport, provides and is responsible for its own platform – but not the Travel Experience itself.

3. We work with companies that provide their own local support services (e.g. Customer Support or account management). They don’t:

  • control or manage our Platform
  • represent us, enter into contracts, or accept legal documents in our name
  • operate as our ‘process or service agents’.

We take reasonable care in providing our platform, but we can’t guarantee that everything on it is accurate (we get information from the Service Providers). To the extent permitted by law, we can’t be held responsible for any errors, any interruptions, or any missing bits of information – although we will do everything we can to correct/fix them as soon as we can.

Our platform is not a recommendation or endorsement of any Service Provider or its products, services, facilities, vehicles, etc.

We’re not a party to the terms between you and the Service Provider. The Service Provider is solely responsible for the travel experience.

To make a booking, you may need to create an account. Please make sure all your info (including payment and contact details) is correct and up to date, or you might find you can’t access your Travel Experience(s). You’re responsible for anything that happens with your account, so please don’t let anyone else use it, and please keep your username and password secret.

We will show you the offers that are available to you, in (what we think is) the right language for you. You can change to another language whenever you like.

Unless otherwise indicated, you need to be at least 16 to use the Platform.

You will:

  • abide by our values
  • comply with all applicable laws
  • cooperate with any anti-fraud/anti-money laundering checks we need to carry out
  • not use the Platform to cause a nuisance or make fake Bookings
  • use the Travel Experience and/or Platform for their intended purpose
  • not cause any nuisance or damage, and not behave inappropriately to the Service Provider’s personnel (or anyone else, for that matter).

1. When you make a booking, you agree to pay the cost of the travel experience, including any charges and taxes that may apply.

2. Some of the prices you see may have been rounded to the nearest whole number. The price you pay will be based on the original, ‘non-rounded’ price (although the actual difference will be tiny anyway).

3. Obvious errors and misprints are not binding. For example: if you book a premium car or a night in a luxury suite that was mistakenly offered for €1.

4. A crossed-out price indicates the price of a like-for-like booking without the price reduction applied (‘like-for-like’ means same dates, same policies, the same quality of accommodation/vehicle/class of travel, etc.).

International travel

It’s your responsibility to:

  • carry a valid passport and/or visa if required
  • comply with any entry requirements
  • find out if you need a visa to pass through a country that isn’t your final destination
  • check with the relevant embassy in advance to see if there’s been any change in passport, visa or entry requirements
  • review any warnings or advice from your country of residence/origin before you go to/through a country or region.

By arranging travel to or from any location, we are not guaranteeing that it is without risk – and, to the fullest extent permitted by law, we will not be liable for any resulting damages or losses.

It’s not a common practice, but international law allows ‘disinsection’ of aircraft to kill insects. To do this, personnel might spray the aircraft’s cabin with an aerosolized insecticide while passengers are on board, or treat its interior surfaces with a residual insecticide while they’re not on board. Before you travel, we advise you to find out about disinsection, including where it might happen.

EU: Passengers’ rights under EU Regulation 261/2004

If your flight is delayed or canceled, or you’re denied boarding, you may be entitled to compensation/assistance under EU Regulation 261/2004 if:

  • You’re flying into the European Union (EU)
  • You’re flying out of the EU
  • Your Flight is provided by an EU airline

EU: Airline carrier liability under EU Regulation 889/2002

If there’s an accident that happens within the EU, EU Regulation 889/2002 might apply to you.

EU: Rights of disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility when traveling by air under EU Regulation 1107/2006

EU Regulation 1107/2006 provides for certain rights for people who are disabled or have reduced mobility.