First of all, I’d like to thank all my readers, followers, subscribers for the support and comments I have received so far. It’s almost one year since I’ve started this blog to document my past and current travels. Most of my blog posts are personal stories about my travels while some can be viewed as guides. Blogging is my hobby and it brings me happiness and frustration at the same time, as all the best things in life usually do (including cats and chocolate). I hope that you’ll continue to follow my travel stories and that some of them might inspire you to travel to a place you’ve never been before or to simply travel.

Secondly, I’ve got a big announcement! Some of my blog posts have been turned into travel article apps for your IOS devices! Exciting, right? But let me explain everything first. A few months ago I was approached by GPSmyCity to host a giveaway for their Self-Guided City Walks app. Naturally, I accepted and you, my readers, had the chance to win several  self-guided walking tours apps for your mobile phones, tablets, etc. So when GPSmyCity offered to turn some of my blog posts into travel article apps I was curious and I’ve decided to accept their proposal.

The travel article apps are individual apps that can be downloaded for free and used offline which means that you can access them whenever wherever. Whether you’re on the plane, in a shop or walking down a street you can access a travel article app without paying for the Internet on your device. You can also upgrade the travel article app for a small fee and then you get an offline map showing the points of interest you’ve read about and giving you a route to them if you are in that city. Doesn’t that sound great? You don’t have to carry around heavy guidebooks and maps anymore when you can read about a city and walk down a suggested route simply by downloading a multi-purpose app. What’s even better this is the newest technology on the travel app market.

Evora, Portugal


Some of my blog posts have been turned into such travel article apps. Don’t worry, you can still enjoy my posts here on this website for free! But if you really like some of my posts you can access them now offline as travel article apps. If you download them you can use them as your inspiration/guide/idea for exploring a city. So all the sights that are mentioned in a post are shown on the map in the travel article app and you get a GPS navigator showing you the way to them. So you can’t get lost! How cool is that? To see how they look like and to try out this new technology I’m giving you the chance to download some of my upgraded travel article app for free! I’m offering you my three travel article apps! All you have to do is click on the links below and follow the instructions. You can get my travel article app for Monaco, for the viewpoints in Vienna or for the Portuguese city of Evora 🙂

I’m giving away free travel article app (upgraded) which means that these travel article apps come with an offline map and a GPS navigator.

This giveaway is valid for one full week commencing today (Monday June 27) and lasting until Sunday (July 3 ).


 The Views of Vienna 

Monaco (Oct 2015)

Wines & Roman Temple (Evora)

To get your free upgraded app you need to click on the link for the article(s) you are interested in. Then follow the instructions to download the GPSMyCity app. You will then be taken to the page for the article app – click on Upgrade and the app will be automatically linked to an offline map and the GPS navigator.

IMPORTANT  download the GPSmyCity app after clicking the article link


Thanks to GPSMyCity for providing free updated apps for the period of the giveaway



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