This expansion is a response to the growing demand for free walking tours in France, Portugal, Germany, and Italy.
Freetour.com announce that the site is now available in four new languages: French, Portuguese, German, and Italian. Previously, the site was only available in English and Spanish, and now visitors from around the world can enjoy the benefits of free tours in their own language.
This expansion is a response to the growing demand for free walking tours in France, Portugal, Germany, and Italy. Freetour.com believes that everyone should have access to high-quality tours, regardless of their language or location. With these new additions, visitors can now browse and book tours in their native language, making their travel experience even more enjoyable and seamless.
“We’re thrilled to expand our platform to include French, Portuguese, German, and Italian,” said Ivan Reina, CEO of Freetour.com. “Our goal is to make it easy for travelers to explore new places and learn about different cultures. With these new languages, we’re excited to provide even more opportunities for people to connect with locals and experience the best of each city.”
In addition to the new languages, Freetour.com is committed to providing travelers with a range of benefits, including:
Free tours with experienced local guides: Freetour.com partners with local guides who are passionate about their cities and eager to share their knowledge with visitors.
No upfront costs: Freetour.com tours are free to book, with visitors only paying what they feel the tour is worth at the end.
Sustainable tourism: Freetour.com is committed to promoting sustainable tourism practices, with a focus on reducing the impact on local communities and the environment.
It is important to note, according to the World Tourism Organization, France remains the most visited country in the world, with 82.6 million international tourists in 2022. Spain, meanwhile, continues to be one of the top tourist destinations in the world, with 75.6 million international visitors in 2022, while Germany welcomed 35.6 million international visitors.
The National Statistics Institute (INE) reported that in 2022, Portugal’s tourist accommodation establishments welcomed 26.5 million visitors and recorded 69.5 million overnight stays. These figures showed a significant increase of 83.3 percent and 86.3 percent, respectively, compared to the previous year.
Considering the boom in tourism in these destinations, with these new languages, Freetour.com is poised to continue its growth and expansion, providing even more travelers with access to high-quality, free walking tours in some of the world’s most popular destinations.
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