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Making the Most of Leisure Time in Germany: Regiondo.com Presents Over 7,500 Activities at One Click

MUNICH, Germany, October 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


• The biggest marketplace for leisure activities helps tourists plan their trip and book local adventures all over Germany

Planning a vacation abroad can be time consuming and complicated. Germany's largest online marketplace for leisure activities Regiondo (http://www.regiondo.com) aims at simplifying the process by gathering over 7,500 offers from local partners on a unique platform. Whether travelers are looking for a guided city tour, a jumping dinner, a helicopter tour, a massage or a trip to the zoo Regiondo.com makes all available offers bookable with just one click.

All activities can be browsed through by city, distance, theme and price. The simple online booking system makes the process of buying a ticket quick and easy, saving users the time of making phone calls or emailing back and forth with the providers. Furthermore, reviews of prior customers help locating the most fitting offer. Once booked, users will receive their tickets optionally by e-mail, ready to be printed out, or by mail, making the trouble of queuing up at the ticket counter history.

About Regiondo:

Regiondo (http://www.regiondo.com) is Germany's largest online marketplace for leisure activities gathering over 7,500 offers from local partners. Whether travelers are culture lovers, sports enthusiasts, music fans, families or outdoorsman. Regiondo.com makes all available leisure and tourist activities bookable at one click. Following the principle that search, selection and payment of adventures should be as easy as possible, the platform aims at saving the users' precious time during the planning process. Managing directors of Regiondo are Oliver Nuetzel and Yann Maurer. The Regiondo GmbH was founded in 2011 and has its headquarters in Munich.


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