As you know, I partner with GPSmyCity to turn my articles and guides into GPS-guided apps that you can take with you on trips. And GPSmyCity guides are now available on a subscription basis on the App Store and Google Play.
How does it work?
GPSmyCity turns my articles into a helpful map that gives you easy-to-follow directions to each of the locations mentioned in my post. This will help you keep track of my tips and suggestions about each not-to-miss destination on your travels. The app works on or offline so you don’t have to pay for an expensive data plan to stay connected to your itinerary. It’s like a map that doubles as a guide book.
There are guides and articles for hundreds of cities around the world on GPSmyCity. You can read any of them for free directly on the app. If you like it and you want to use it, you can upgrade to the GPS-guided version to guide you around the city. It’s the cheapest travel guide you’ll ever buy.
Check out my new GPS guides:
Like that? Try it for free!
To celebrate the release of my new GPS guides, the cool people at GPSmyCity are offering GnomeTrotting readers a free one-year premium subscription that will give you access to any and all GPSmyCity guides and articles. From May 22 to May 29, you can claim your free subscription using the following code:
To claim this one-year premium membership, you will have to download the GPSmyCity app, proceed to the Account screen to register a GPSmyCity user account, and then go to More and Feedback to send us an email that includes the above code.
Your premium membership will be activated and you’ll get full access to all travel articles and walking tours for over 1,000 cities worldwide.
Thanks for your continued readership and enjoy your travels!