EuroCheapo.com Makes Geneva and Zurich Affordable for All

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EuroCheapo.com, the expert guide to budget hotels in Europe, today announced the publication of guides to budget hotels in Geneva and Zurich. This marks the company’s first foray into Switzerland, following the success of its guides to Paris, London and other pricey European destinations.

Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich, Switzerland

While it’s certainly easy to overspend in Geneva and Zurich, our editors have uncovered many simple ways to make visiting more affordable.

Switzerland brings many things to mind, including fine chocolates, ski chalets and Roger Federer. “Budget travel” is not usually on the list.

EuroCheapo.com, the expert guide to budget hotels in Europe, today announced the publication of guides to cheap hotels in Geneva and Zurich. This marks the company’s first foray into Switzerland, following the success of its guides to Paris, London and other pricey European destinations.

“Many budget travelers steer clear of Switzerland because they’ve been warned about stratospheric prices,” said Tom Meyers, EuroCheapo’s founder and Editor-In-Chief.

“While it’s certainly easy to overspend in Geneva and Zurich, our editors have uncovered many simple ways to make visiting more affordable. Both cities offer delightful inexpensive hotels that will keep your trip budget in check.”

EuroCheapo’s editors visited, inspected and photographed dozens of hotels and hostels in both cities, selecting properties they felt provided the greatest value, including options for under US $100. Additionally, the site includes articles and blog posts covering insider tips to save on sightseeing, dining, transportation and more.

“EuroCheapo has been devoted to finding Europe’s best budget hotels since 2001,” continued Meyers. “We’re thrilled to finally arrive in Switzerland.”

About EuroCheapo

Founded in 2001, EuroCheapo.com is a free guide to budget travel in Europe. The site’s travel experts inspect and review inexpensive hotels, pensions, B&Bs and hostels in 33 popular and pricey cities. EuroCheapo does not charge hotels to be listed on its website. The site also publishes detailed city articles covering topics that include public transportation, museum passes, budget airlines and cheap eats—all to help readers make the most of their travel budgets.

EuroCheapo has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, public radio’s Marketplace, Chicago Tribune, and Budget Travel magazine, among other media outlets. In addition, EuroCheapo was named one of PC Magazine’s “Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites.”

EuroCheapo is owned and operated by Over There Interactive, Inc. and is based in New York City.

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