This partnership is a solution for travelers who want to make the most of their time in a new city without being weighed down by heavy bags.
Freetour.com, a leading provider of free walking tours in cities around the world, has teamed up with Stasher.com, one of the world’s largest network of luggage storage locations, to offer customers a seamless way to store their bags while they explore a new destination.
With this partnership, Freetour.com customers can now book a luggage storage space at any of Stasher’s thousands of locations in over 600 cities worldwide, including major tourist destinations like London, Paris, and New York, as well as lesser-known gems like Lisbon and Reykjavik.
This partnership is a solution for travelers who want to make the most of their time in a new city without being weighed down by heavy bags. With Stasher’s secure and convenient storage options, customers can explore, shop, and sightsee without any hassle or worry.
“We are excited to partner with Stasher and offer our customers an easy and affordable way to store their luggage while they take one of our tours,” said Alex Dubakova, Freetour.com’s CМO. “This partnership is a great fit for us and we are confident that our customers will love the added convenience and peace of mind that comes with it.”
“Stasher is thrilled to be partnering with Freetour.com and helping travelers make the most of their time in a new city,” said Stasher’s CEO. “Our goal is to make travel as stress-free and enjoyable as possible, and this partnership is a step in that direction.”
This partnership is a great opportunity for travelers to enjoy a worry-free and convenient travel experience, and both companies look forward to welcoming customers from around the world to their network.
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