In most cases, to find out a distance or expected travel time between two points, I use Google Maps (using Chrome, desktop PC). To do so, the typical steps are:
- Type a location (say 'Munich') into the URL-bar in Chrome (which triggers the Google search)
- On the result page, click on "Maps". This opens the map showing Munich
- Click on "route planner". Munich becomes the destination.
- Type the second location, say "Paris"
- If you need to navigate from Munich to Paris, switch the two locations
Five steps for one route - I wonder if there is a shorter way to achieve the same result:
Is there a syntax to make Google show the route planner right from the search query?
My idea is something like
Munich -> Paris (which is, obviously, not a solution).