Travellers tap into Munich city guide ahead of UEFA Champions League
Football fans from around the world who have travelled to magnificent Munich for the UEFA Champions League can tap into the best of the city on their mobile devices via a simple, state of the art tool that is quick to download and easy to use.
Munich.City.Mobi, which launched three years ago, is a free city guide showcasing world famous attractions in Germany’s third largest city. The directory lists everything visitors to the city need to know about the eclectic destination during their stay.
Home to historical sites, museums with artisitic masterpieces and galleries, Munich combines folklore and age old traditions with designer boutiques and modern life.
The charming yet sophisticated city is well known for its music and cultural scenes – one of which is the popular annual event, Octoberfest.
Commenting on the guide, Kelly Footit, head of development at World Group said: “Munich.city.mobi is one of our leading UEFA-focused city guides. These include Gdansk; Poznan; Warsaw; Wroclaw; Donetsk; Kiev and Lvov.
“Sporting events are increasingly driving visitors to destinations so it we decided to create a set of guides to ensure sports fans’ travel experiences are that little bit smoother. Now sports tourists can focus on their primary reason for travelling and plan their secondary touring details while on the move.”
The Munich mobile guide – created by leading mobile web development company World Mobi Limited – is available free of charge at Munich.City.Mobi. This clever pocket sized buddy can be run using a mobile or smartphone browser. It is also accessible on desktops.
The mobile guide includes extensive information ranging from accommodations, to restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and transport. In addition there is emergency information to hand. Other innovative features include a currency converter and translating tool while web links and contact details are provided for all the featured services.
Designed specifically for the needs of travellers on the go, the guides load efficiently and reduce download costs for the user.