Backpacking Europe, Couchsurfing with Tinder


Backpacking Europe?

 Maybe you'd like to try this unique method to find great places to sleep. This sounds almost too good to be true, finding girls on Europe Tinder to host your stay?

Backpacking Europe

This sure sounds better than staying in a hostel!!                        What a great couchsurfing idea. Of course, you hope to to be on the couch. We think you might want to give International Cupid  Dating App a try in any country.

 Awesome, it sounds like this guy pulled it off. Backpacking Europe and staying with single girls!!! I want to try this, LOL. 

As he states, he's had good and bad experiences, but what a great concept. I hope we hear more stories about this and that it starts working well for anyone bold enough to try it. 

No Hostel while Backpacking Europe for You

                                                                             If your only other option is a hostel, I think it's  sure worth a try. Hostel can be a bit odd, and just not a comfortable stay.                             Our great travel companion for tinder, Traveling With Tinder will be a great help,

Backpacking Europe

Both parties obviously must be bold, but it sounds cool. This definitely takes couchsurfing to a whole new level. Hopefully we will get some feedback to bring you. 

I've been planning to go backpacking Europe in the next couple years, but I will wait a while. I do not plan to use a hostel. If anyone tries backpacking Europe using the Tinder Dating App, please let us know how this couchsurfing effort goes.

Here's the article:

Lauren Nolen from www.shemazing.net wrote this:

Millennials are using Tinder to find free accomodation across Europe

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There are plenty of ways to save a few quid while travelling – make your own meals, use public transport, work in hostel.

Or you know, just bunk with one of your Tinder matches, whatever.

Penny-pinching millennials have found a secondary use for the popular dating app, and are instead using it to secure free accommodation across Europe.

Sure, it might sound a little odd, even pretty dangerous, but the so-called 'Tindersurfing' trend is becoming more and more prominent among young adventure seekers.

Anothony Botta, a 25-year-old Tinder Plus from Belgium, told Metro.co.ukhow he manages to travel throughout the continent without ever having to fork out for a place to stay.

"I was hosted only by ladies I matched on Tinder. Sometimes for the best, sometimes for the worst. It has been a hell of a journey, meeting very different people, cultures and lifestyles. I learned a lot about myself’ he says, adding that his venture has mixed reviews."

"I have ladies telling me “no, I live with my parents’, “no, I live with my boyfriend”…but what the f*** are you doing on Tinder if you live with your boyfriend?"

"The ladies, at the end, just need to host me. They don’t need to be like supermodels, but a couple of times I couldn’t find a host, so I just thought I’ll match everyone."

Anothony has successfully travelled to 20 cities using this rather unconventional method, and plans to visit New Zealand next.

And while he does not set out to be intimate his hosts, he did say that he could «not deny» that things have gone that way in the past.

So, reckon you'd give this a go?

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Backpacking Europe

That was an interesting article about using a international dating site to find a place to stay. Definitely better than a hostel. The benefits seem huge, for couchsurfing this way.

We've done a great deal of writing on travel, check this out on Thai Flirting.

Backpacking Europe staying with single girls sounds fun. I'm sure it can have its downfalls, but I'm willing to try.

I'd like to learn more about his actual approach and how he asked. I can't wait to be backpacking Europe, and now I'm really excited about it.

Here's a great travel article on South America.

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