Travel Itinerary Template
Easily create a concise summary of your travel plans using our free Travel Itinerary Template for Excel or Word. List your flight, transportation, lodging, meeting times and other activities so that you can get the information quickly while you're on the go. It includes a place to add hyperlinks, so you can link to maps or your flight's check-in page. Save the spreadsheet onto your mobile device (using OneDrive or whatever you prefer) so that you can access it easily. You may also want to print a paper copy just in case.
Travel Itinerary Templatefor Excel and Word
Download⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
License: Private Use (not for distribution or resale)
Authors: Jon Wittwer, Jim Wittwer, and Laura Cutler
This travel itinerary template allows you to keep the many different and important trip details in one place. Details like confirmation numbers, flight times, meeting times and locations, car rental and hotel locations, and more. It is organized in a way that flows nicely with the actual trip: leaving on a flight, renting a car once you arrive, checking in at your hotel, attending meetings and events and then flying back home. It's an effective solution when planning a trip for yourself, your boss or fellow employee.
Create a Vacation Itinerary
We tried to design this to make it easy to customize. For example, if you are going on a vacation instead of a business trip, you could change the "MEETINGS" section to "ACTIVITIES" and then list some of the possible activities you could do while on your trip.
Instead of "Topic" and "Room" as labels you could add "Cost" and "Hours" to note how much an activity would cost and what hours the museum, store, or attraction is open.
Travel Tips and Resources
- Check the Weather!! at wunderground.com - This is a pretty cool travel planner by Weather Underground that will show you the weather during your trip. Use whatever weather app you prefer, but remember to check the weather.
- Tips for Traveling Abroad at travel.state.gov - This is an important checklist to use if you are traveling out of the country.
- Check with Big Brother at tsa.gov - Flying? Check TSA's rules and remember to leave the key-ring pocket knife that you got for Christmas at home.