Tourlane, a Berlin, Germany-based planning and booking service for customized, exclusive multi-day trips, raised $47M in Series C funding.
The round was led by existing investors Sequoia and Spark Capital with participation from previous investvors DN Capital and HV Holtzbrinck Ventures.
The company, which has raised $81M in just over 13 months, intends to use the funds for further international expansion plans, hiring and product development.
Founded in 2016 by Co-CEOs Julian Weselek and Julian Stiefel, Tourlane works directly with service providers and offers customers flights, accommodations, tours, activities, and transfer options all in one place.
By visiting the site or using the app, users are connected online to qualified travel experts who will personally assist them during their first consultation, the booking process, and the actual trip. Everything from the flights to the accommodation to all on-site activities is being taken care of.
The platform provides real-time pricing, availability, instant trip visualisation, and drag-and-drop adjustments to make multi-day trip planning easy.
The company employs more than 200 people.