EuroCheapo expands European content

Over There Interactive has added Krakow and Bratislava travel guides to its budget travel website, EuroCheapo, extending its coverage to 21 cities across Europe. The new guides provide expert reviews of “EuroCheapo Recommended” hotels, budget travel articles, and extensive photos for these two increasingly popular travel destinations.

“As Europe continues to grow, so too does EuroCheapo’s reach,” said Tom Meyers, founder and editor-in-chief of EuroCheapo.  “Our readers are always seeking to explore new and budget-friendly destinations. We’re thrilled to add Bratislava and Krakow to our list of European travel guides.”

EuroCheapo’s Bratislava guide (http://www.eurocheapo.com/bratislava/) and EuroCheapo’s Krakow guide (http://www.eurocheapo.com/krakow/) provide expert reviews of budget accommodations, including hotels, hostels and pensions, all visited and recommended by EuroCheapo editors.  In addition to hotel reviews, both city guides provide extensive articles explaining neighborhoods, local transportation options, and budget travel tips.

In addition to launching the Bratislava and Krakow guides, EuroCheapo also announced significant increases to its hotel listings in Paris and Venice.  EuroCheapo’s Paris guide (http://www.eurocheapo.com/paris/) now features reviews of more than 75 budget accommodations while EuroCheapo’s Venice guide (http://www.eurocheapo.com/venice/) provides 45 budget listings.  All reviews were written by EuroCheapo’s France and Italy-based editorial staff.
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