News | Distribution(ICYMI) GoEuro goes into new markets, adds new languagesThis article was originally published onBy Martin Cowen | July 25, 2018 Multi-modal search and booking engine GoEuro has added three new destinations and six new languages as it heads towards its mid-2019 target of covering all of Europe.The new countries are Ukraine, Norway and Finland. GoEuro has deals in place with Ukrainian Railways, Nettbus Norway and VR Group. It promises to add more suppliers throughout the year.The Berlin-based business says that it now has "one of the biggest inventories of destinations, modes and transport providers within Europe all integrated into a single platform". It has a presence in 36 markets, 15 of which have a full product offering. It has users in more than 120 countries.The new languages are: Ukrainian, Russian, Norwegian, Finnish, Turkish and Hungarian.Naren Shaam, Founder and CEO of GoEuro, said:“We believe travel has become needlessly complex; there are thousands of transport providers, ticket options, prices and other variables. That has the positive benefit of creating choice for consumers, but it also can create confusion. In contrast, planning and booking tickets should be straightforward, whether you’re booking from Italy to travel within the UK, or whether you’re travelling within your home market.”Share this quote See also: Malte Cherdron, chief operating officer of GoEuro, interviewed this March as part of [email protected]Click here to see the [email protected] playlist comprising more than 40 short interviews with a global line-up of travel tech experts.