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A travel website that helps people move around Europe has just raised $70 million

GoEuro, a travel platform that allows customers to search and book trains, buses and flights across Europe, has raised $70 million (£54 million) in a bid to accelerate product development and growth. The funding round, led by Silver Lake Kraftwerk and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, is one of the biggest European funding rounds of 2016 so far. It comes less than a year after GoEuro raised a $45 million (£35 million) round and total investment in the company now stands at $146 million (£113 million).
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