Your TOP choice for Paris travel, which integrated iPhone GPS, Offline Map, Hot Places (Attractions, Restaurants, Shopping, Nightlifes, Activities) into a single in-hand iPhone application.
With the product, you can know where you are, and what's hot near you, even you cannot connect to any mobile network.
Paris is the capital and largest city in France, situated on the river Seine, in northern France, at the heart of the Île-de-France region (or Paris Region, French: Région parisienne).
Paris receives around 28 million tourists per year (42 in the whole Paris Region), of which 17 million are foreign visitors. Its museums and monuments are among its highest-esteemed attractions; tourism has motivated both the city and national governments to create new ones. The city's most prized museum, the Louvre, welcomes over 8 million visitors a year, being by far the world's most-visited art museum. The city's cathedrals are another main attraction: Notre Dame de Paris and the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur receive 12 million and eight million visitors, respectively. The Eiffel Tower, by far Paris' most famous monument, averages over six million visitors per year and more than 200 million since its construction. Disneyland Paris is a major tourist attraction for visitors to not only Paris but also the rest of Europe, with 14.5 million visitors in 2007.
The Louvre is one of the world's largest and most famous museums, housing many works of art, including the Mona Lisa (La Joconde) and the Venus de Milo statue. Works by Pablo Picasso and Auguste Rodin are found in Musée Picasso and Musée Rodin, respectively, while the artistic community of Montparnasse is chronicled at the Musée du Montparnasse. Starkly apparent with its service-pipe exterior, the Centre Georges Pompidou, also known as Beaubourg, houses the Musée National d'Art Moderne.
Art and artifacts from the Middle Ages and Impressionist eras are kept in Musée Cluny and Musée d'Orsay, respectively, the former with the prized tapestry cycle The Lady and the Unicorn. Paris' newest (and third-largest) museum, the Musée du quai Branly, opened its doors in June 2006 and houses art from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.
Many of Paris' once-popular local establishments have come to cater to the tastes and expectations of tourists, rather than local patrons. Le Lido, the Moulin Rouge cabaret-dancehall, for example, is a staged dinner theatre spectacle, a dance display that was once but one aspect of the cabaret's former atmosphere. All of the establishment's former social or cultural elements, such as its ballrooms and gardens, are gone today. Much of Paris' hotel, restaurant and night entertainment trades have become heavily dependent on tourism.
The key features of this application includes:
Totally offline, totally free for extra data/roaming fee charge, easy to use, and easy to find where you are.
NO NEED FOR INTERNET CONNECTION WHILE USING THIS MAP. You can browse the map and use GPS feature without turn 3G or Wifi on.
We provides thousands of hot places, including ★Attractions, ★Restaurants, ★Shopping, ★Nightlifes, ★Activities.
We also provides detailed information for the places with ★Address, ★Phone, ★Price, ★Open Hours, ★Transport...
Search places online, and place can be stored locally for further usage.
Browse place information (stored locally) offline.
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- June 13, 2014 Initial release