A world of melodious travel is just a few taps away, as Booking.com are announced as the Official Travel Partner of the Eurovision Song Contest for the second year in a row.
From a road trip to explore Piemonte’s picturesque landscapes and legendary vineyards to discovering the food, culture and architecture that makes the city special, there are tons of great things to do in Turin to make new memories in between the Eurovision Song Contest’s iconic live shows.
As Official Travel Partner and as part of its mission to make it easier for everyone to experience the world, Booking.com is committed to helping Eurovision Song Contest fans everywhere make the most of their music-inspired travels, wherever that may take them. Whether it’s living it up like a pop star in a swanky suite or kicking back in a trendy apartment that’s just steps away from all the action, with more than 28 million listings in hotels, homes and other unique places to stay, there is a perfect option for every music lover.
Arjan Dijk, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Booking.com said:
We are so excited to be coming on board again as the Official Travel Partner for the Eurovision Song Contest. As access to live performances and travel are opening up again in many parts of the world, Booking.com is looking forward to playing a role in making it easier for millions of Eurovision fans to come together and celebrate the world’s biggest and most beloved live music event, as well as its message of unity and inclusion, whether that’s in-person in Turin, from the comfort of their own home or a unique vacation stay.’
Martin Österdahl, Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest, added:
We are delighted that Booking.com is returning as the Official Travel Partner for the Eurovision Song Contest. As the world begins to start travelling again this is a perfect time to partner the world’s largest live music event and one of the world’s leading digital travel companies to help fans experience—in-person—the languages, music, and culture they discover through the Eurovision Song Contest