"Since President Barack Obama announced that the U.S. would ease diplomatic relations with Cuba, the number of people looking to travel to the largest country in the Caribbean has steeply risen. Travel websites like Tripping.com, a vacation rental search engine, saw a 126 percent increase in searches for Cuban properties."
"Pro: niente di più pratico di un sito di affitti. Contro: niente di più ostico di trovare "il" sito di affitti che vi serve a seconda di meta, disponibilità economica e periodo di permanenza. Tripping fa ordine nel mare di portali per domanda e offerta di abitazioni private con un servizio che monitora 1,5 milioni di proprietà in 50mila città."
"While there are many reputable vacation rental sites out there, one relatively new site can save you a lot of time and energy by pulling listings from multiple sites into one place. Tripping.com is to vacation rentals what Kayak.com is to airfares. The site launched in 2011 and has been evolving and adding to its arsenal of properties ever since. Recently Tripping got a sleek new redesign that makes it easier and faster to find a rental that's right for your family."
"If you’re looking to throw the net wide in your vacation rental search, this is your site. With a single search, you can look for properties on more than ten sites, including HomeAway, FlipKey, and Roomorama – three of the biggest. This means that Tripping features more than a million listings in 36,000 cities. So you’ll find great owner-rented properties in marquee cities like Paris and Los Angeles, but also lodgings on the New Hampshire lakes, in Camps Bay, South Africa, and on Vancouver Island. I’m also a big fan of the hard-to-miss “deals” button at the top of the page, which features beautiful rentals from around the world, most for less than $100 per night."