Suggestme Launches Personalized City Maps

Suggestme’s website allows travellers to create their own personalised maps of a city – containing key sights topped up with hotspots suggested by both locals and fellow travellers on social media, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The maps are then printed on tear-proof and waterproof paper, ready to be used in the harshest conditions and guaranteed to last for the duration of a trip.

Henk Jan Bijmolt of Suggestme said: “Our research shows that tourist maps are used on average 22 times a day so they take quite a beating and can fall to pieces quickly – but our maps are super-durable and will last long after travellers come home.

“What’s even better is that our maps don’t contain lots of redundant information either. The social media element of our website allows the traveler to know which are the most talked about places online at a certain moment in time.

“The combination of a personally designed city map with online interaction printed on tough paper is the best of all worlds – it really allows the individual to get the most out of their city trip by offering a bespoke solution.”

Suggestme maps are printed on super-tough A3 paper with information on both sides. The front features the map itself with important landmarks and personally selected hotspots, while the back has extensive information including addresses and opening times each selected map point. Suggestme offers a personal map service for the following cities in Europe and America: Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, New York, London, Stockholm, Boston, Prague, Rome, Paris, and Istanbul.

Maps can be sent to Europe, America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

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