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• Available in 15 languages. • 100% free and offline (no roaming charges) • Best mobile travel guide 2013 - ACS Awards Winner.
This app offers you complete offline city guides for: Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan, Bologna, Naples, Tuscany, Sicily, Sardinia, Verona, Turin, Lombardy, Genoa and other travel destinations in Italy.
Features of the Italy Travel Guide by Hikersbay: • Top cities & regions in Italy • List of attractions with multi-language descriptions and photos • Currency converter & local prices comparison (71 curriencies) • 14 days weather forecast with offline mode • Travel reviews & social recommendation • Multiple languages supported (15 languages) • Best Trips, Adventures, and To Do • Cheap hotel booking and car hire
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With this app you get access to FREE guided walking tour around the most important and characteristic places in: Piedmont, Stresa, Lake Maggiore. The range of free services may vary.
Italy, the land of Michelangelo, Raphael, Donatella and the likes; is the great artistic hub of the world! The artistic allure has been so great that it has attracted travelers from far and wide and still continuous to do so till date. Such powerful architectural beauties standing tall through the age’s makes one really wonder the geniuses of it maker. Starting with The Pantheon, Santa Maria del Fiore, Duomo of Milan, Colosseum, Villa Giulia, Etruscan Museum the list goes on. These amazing sites are now a part of the country’s rich varied heritage and there in world history course books too. Not only this ,the place have hosted students from all over ,those keen to study its renaissance architectural movement that has been a prime inspiration of neoclassical architecture. In short the country has lots to offer to the many that have an eye for beauty.