AAA Digital TourBooks is an online travel guide. This online guide has the same trusted information as the printed TourBooks, which have been used for generations, but is now in a digital, convenient, and easy-to-use format.
This online travel guide contains travel information such as features hotels, restaurants, things to do, events, nightlife, shopping, recreation, sports, arts, family and kid travel, and must-see places.
You can access all AAA Digital TourBook guides at TourBook.AAA.com.
No, the online guidebooks are available to everyone, whether or not you’re a AAA member. However, only AAA members can take advantage of the member benefits and hotel savings offered within the guides.
Yes, all pages are printable using your browser or PDF viewer software. We recommend you download the AAA Digital TourBook first prior to printing.
To download a TourBook: Open the TourBook and click the down arrow in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. In the upper right-hand corner you can print specific pages or save direct to your desktop.
Yes, the AAA Digital TourBooks include a link in the Table of Contents to find AAA office locations.
Yes, all of the states are represented in the 35 TourBook titles; in addition, Caribbean, Mexico and Canada are represented in these titles. Visit TourBook.AAA.com to see all of the available TourBooks.
The Mexico and Caribbean guides are available in digital format, but there is currently no digital guide for Europe. For travel information about international destinations, visit AAA.com/TravelGuides.
Not at this time, but you can search destinations in Africa, Asia, Europe, South America and more at AAA.com/TravelGuides.
Check with your local AAA branch office for printed AAA TourBooks.
You’ll need to check with your local AAA branch office to see if this service is available in your area.
Yes, the digital guidebooks include all of this helpful information.
All properties that have earned the AAA Diamond designation are listed in the AAA Digital TourBooks.
Follow the instructions in your confirmation email to modify or cancel a hotel reservation made through the AAA Digital TourBook.
Use the contact information provided in your confirmation email for help with hotel reservations.
No, but you can search campgrounds online at AAA.com/TravelGuides/Campgrounds.
Chrome is the preferred internet browser for the AAA Digital TourBooks.
If you think internet connection will be an issue while you’re on the road, we recommend downloading the AAA Digital TourBooks you’ll need in advance of your trip. That way you’ll have access to the books even if you lose internet connection.
If your Kindle or Nook device is connected to the internet, you’ll be able to view the AAA Digital TourBooks, but you cannot download the digital books to these devices at this time.
Not currently, but you can access the digital TourBooks via your internet browser on a mobile device, tablet or desktop computer. Visit TourBook.AAA.com to see all available titles.
Yes, just click on the menu in the upper left corner of the screen to jump to the Table of Contents and other sections. There is also a slider at the bottom you can use to jump to any page within the digital guide.
Yes. Select the magnifying glass icon in the lower right-hand corner to search for any keyword within the book.
Yes, each page of the AAA Digital TourBook has a unique web address, so you can use your internet browser to bookmark any location within the book.
In the Table of Contents, each City Listing (i.e., Orlando) has a link to the Attractions.
From the Table of Contents page, select the name of any city to jump to its page or simply type the name of the city in the search option.
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