Mobile devices are widely used nowadays, and their popularity is spreading. Communication, applications, functionalities, and challenges of these devices are increasing every year. Users deal with mobile devices to do many activities under many circumstances. Many applications are developed for that reason, and as the datasets become vast and varied, these data must be organized, analyzed, and processed to be meaningful to the user. Traveling is an important area of mobile applications, and an inconceivable number of facilities can serve the users while they travel. It is important to know the capabilities of this field and study the behavior of mobile users [1]. GPS trajectories have presented unique information to understand moving items and places, calling for regular research and improvement of new computing techniques to process, retrieve, and mine trajectory data, and discover its applications [2].