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My business is listed in a small town. Can it be moved to the listings of a nearby, more well known city?

We understand that sometimes you want to balance the charm of your small town with the allure of your big city.

We make every effort to list properties in relevant search results. Therefore, if your property is in a small town or village which is officially recognised as part of a larger or well-known location, it is likely that it can be displayed in TripAdvisor searches for both destinations.

In some countries, small locations (villages, hamlets, etc.) are physically located outside the geographical boundaries of a nearby city or town but are officially linked with that larger town. Their official address includes both the smaller location name and the larger town name. Government Officials and Destination Management Organisations recognise these small locations as being part of the larger town or city.

We are happy to review the details of properties located in small villages, hamlets, etc. that are officially linked with a larger conurbation so that they may appear in the listing for the main city or town, as well as their own village or hamlet.

If you would like for us to review the listed location of your business on TripAdvisor, please contact us through the owner support page indicating the small location and the larger town or city where you would like your property to appear.

Our editors will review any proof of location that you can provide, and make a determination on a case-by-case basis.

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