A Perfect Day in Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn is so much more than just another suburb in New York City. Today, the Borough of Homes and Churches feels more like a city in its own right, known for the distinct diversity of its neighborhoods, for its cultural… Continue Reading →

Hipmunk LOVES Women Who Code

Since 2011, Hipmunk has supported the Women Who Code organization and  this May, we welcomed a growing number of female developers to our SF office. During the evening our VP of Engineering, CTO, and several engineers divulged interview insights with… Continue Reading →

Travel Smackdown Vol. 2: iPhone vs. Android

Do Android users relax more than iPhone Users? Are iPhone enthusiasts prone to planning while Androidists take the laissez-faire attitude to their vacations? Given that we use our phones to order food, find a dog walker and even monitor the… Continue Reading →

Top 5 US Craft Beer Destinations

Since yesterday was #NationalBeerDay, that got us thinking. How can we book a better beercation? According to Conde Nast Travel writer Amy Plitt, there are a handful of American cities that are killing the craft beer game. Lucky for travelers,… Continue Reading →

#HipHacks Find Cheap Flights with ITA Routing Language

By:  Hipmunk Staff Raise your hand if you like the travel booking process. If your fingers aren’t reaching to the sky because you associate the planning process with wrangling pop-ups and price gouging, you’re not alone. Hipmunk allows you to tailor your… Continue Reading →

Hipmunk Tails Vol. 2

This week the Hipmunk is ready for a winter wind-down. There’s nothing like curling up with a good book by the fireplace to recharge when it’s cold outside. In addition to a healthier vegan diet, the Hipmunk is dropping romance… Continue Reading →

Hipmunk Tails Vol. 1

Happy 2015! The Hipmunk is starting this year as it does every year with a resolution to scurry around a bit more and shed a few pounds. The plan is to couple exercise with a strict vegan diet of nuts,… Continue Reading →

Fun in the Phoenix Desert Sun

By Elaine Schoch When we explored moving to Phoenix, I did a lot of research on housing, schools, the year-round heat, and of course, fun things to do in Phoenix. While we ultimately decided to stay in Denver I discovered… Continue Reading →

Richmond: Rich in History and Activities

By Alyssa James Richmond often evokes images of the Confederacy and Civil War. But today, Richmond blends history and innovation, monuments and microbrews, urban and countryside. If the city isn’t already on your list of places to visit, it should be… Continue Reading →

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