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City Guides by National Geographic Offers A Better Travel Experience To London, Paris, Rome, and New York City

Posted by Andrew Stevens on June 14th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

City Guides by National Geographic lets you explore four of the world's most interesting cities, including London, Paris, Rome, and New York City. Users have access to local tips, current weather, fun facts, and a selection of iconic photos. Use City Guides for a better travel experience in these four cities, with curated point-by-point walks, customizable itineraries, city secrets, stunning photo galleries, and much more for you to view as you explore each location.

The app is free to download providing some free content, but to gain access to the full city guides, users must purchase them in-app for $4.99 per city or $12.99 for all four cities.

TripAdvisor City Guides: The Clue Is In The Name

Posted by Jennifer Allen on February 21st, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

It's getting to that time of year where many of us choose to go on holiday and explore new cities and surroundings. Wandering around aimlessly is all well and good but it's nice to have some structure to a trip. This is where TripAdvisor City Guides hopes to help.

The new app offers a guide of all the best restaurants, attractions, hotels and other sights for 20 different cities. There's plenty of variety with 9 cities in North America covered: Boston, Chicago, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York City, Orlando, San Francisco and Washington D.C. European cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Florence, London, Paris and Rome are catered for as well, plus three Asian cities and Sydney, Australia.

The app works offline so there's no fear of expensive data roaming bills, and thousands of user reviews are available along with self-guided tours created by TripAdvisor members and destination experts.

TripAdvisor City Guides is available now and it's that perfect price point of free.