Guides by Lonely Planet

Guides by Lonely Planet

By Lonely Planet Global, Inc.

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2016-01-28
  • Current Version: 1.10.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 167.76 MB
  • Developer: Lonely Planet Global, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 1,387 Ratings

Description

Get to the heart of a destination with Guides by Lonely Planet. Packed with offline maps, must-see sights, neighborhood guides and audio phrasebooks and backed by advice from on-the-ground experts, our city guides are the ultimate resource before and during a trip. With a currency converter, neighborhood guides, transport info, and 'near me' functionality, Guides is a trustworthy travel companion that will help you make the most of your experience. • Explore city guides curated by our experts • Navigate with easy-to-use offline maps • Discover a city's Must see sights, or dig deeper with collections • Speak like a local with phrasebooks in 18 languages • Get into and around the city with transport info • Uncover the vibe that's right for you with neighborhood guides • Save places with simple bookmarking • Find the perfect activity with powerful filtering • Travel confidently with essential tips Our writers live and breathe each city they visit, reviewing every place that makes it into our carefully curated guides. This version of Guides includes the following 219 cities, with more to come soon: Abu Dhabi, Addis Ababa, Adelaide, Agra, Akureyri, Amman, Amsterdam, and Savannah, Ankara, Antalya, Antigua, Antwerp, Athens, Atlanta, Auckland, Austin, Avignon, Banff Town, Bangkok, Barcelona, Běijīng, Beirut, Belfast, Belgrade, Belize City, Bengaluru, Berlin, Bilbao, Bishek, Bogotá, Bologna, Bordeaux, Boston, Bratislava, Bruges, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Buenos Aires, Busan, Byron Bay, Cairns, Cairo, Calgary, Canberra, Cape Town, Cardiff, Catania, Cebu City, Chandigarh, Charleston, Chéngdū, Chiang Mai, Chicago, Chişinău, Cincinnati, Cluj-Napoca, Coimbra, Colombo, Copenhagen, Dakar, Darjeeling, Darwin, DC, Delhi, Denver, Dhaka, Dubai, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Dundee, Edinburgh, Edmonton, Évora, Florence, Frankfurt am Main, Fremantle, Fukuoka, Geneva, George Town, Ghent, Glasgow, Göreme, Granada, Graz, Guatemala City, Haifa, Halifax, Hamburg, Hángzhōu, Hanoi, Havana, Helsinki, Hilo, Hiroshima, Ho Chi Minh City, Hobart, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Hyderabad, Innsbruck, Istanbul, İzmir, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jakarta, Jerusalem, Johannesburg, Kaohsiung, Kathmandu, Kochi (Cochin), Kolkata, Kraków, Kuala Lumpur, Kuta & Legian, Kyiv, Kyoto, Lahaina, Las Vegas, Leh, Lihu'e, Lima, Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Los Angeles, Luang Prabang, Luxor, Madrid, Managua, Manila, Maputo, Marrakesh, Marseille, Melaka City, Melbourne, Mexico City, Miami, Milan, Minneapolis, Montréal, Moscow, Mumbai, Munich, Muscat, Nagasaki, Naples, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City, Nice, Osaka, Oslo, Ottawa, Palermo, Palma de Mallorca, Panama City, Paris, Perth, Philadelphia, Phnom Penh, Portland, Porto, Prague, Puerto Vallarta, Québec City, Reykjavík, Richmond, Rīga, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Salzburg, San Diego, San Francisco, San José, San Salvador, San Sebastián, Santa Barbara, Santiago, Sarajevo, Seattle, Seoul, Seville, Shànghǎi, Siem Reap, Singapore, Sofia, Split, St Petersburg, Stockholm, Strasbourg, Suva, Sydney, Syracuse, Tainan, Taipei, Tallinn, Tangier, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tirana, Tokyo, Toronto, Ulaanbaatar, Valencia, Vancouver, Varanasi, Venice, Victoria, Vienna, Vientiane, Vilnius, Warsaw, Washington, Wellington, Xī'ān, Yangon, Yerevan, Zagreb, Zürich Questions? Feedback? We're always listening at AppSupport@lonelyplanet.com Happy travels!

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  • A great resource

    5
    By texmessage
    I especially love the downloadable maps feature. You never know what kind of cell coverage or WiFi you’ll get, and it’s much less nerve wracking to have the info right there with you.
  • Good start

    5
    By RePhSt
    I’ve had the opportunity to travel around the world and I’ve used another pocket size book/guide (won’t mention name) and I love every bit of it, before my trip, during my trip and even after. However they didn’t have the book I needed for my next trip (Japan). My local Barnes and noble recommend Lonely Planet and so far I’m impressed. I leave in a few weeks and I’m feeling confident about having the book and app for my trip. Any questions that I may have had, lonely planet has answered already. Questions that I didn’t even think about they already answered. Thank you!
  • Very good content, UX can be improved

    4
    By Drawsomethingmaniac
    I really love this app. Lonely planet has such great content and I constantly find myself going to places that are not filled with tourists but where locals actually hang out. There are excellent off the beaten path places and wonderful food options. For that I’m eternally grateful! The only complaint I have is for the map functionality - since I constantly struggle with data when I travel, I always download the offline map, and that’s when it gets tricky. Sometimes the map doesn’t respond until much later, sometimes it crashes the app, and more frustrating is when it doesn’t tell me which direction I’m headed. I use this offline map called Planet Earth to supplement when I navigate offline which have worked out fine. But it would be so much better if the Lonely Planet app can nail that aspect too. Thank you for the hard work and I am a huge fan!
  • Best app for travelers, missing minor adjustments

    4
    By shb103
    I absolutely love the LP app — it’s clear, concise, beautiful, and packed with info for travelers. One thing, however, drives me insane: My lists of what I want to see in a place. Minor adjustments would make the app incredibly more useful on the go. 1. Once I select the attractions I wanna see, please let me sort my list based on alphabetical, by neighborhood, or by themes. 2. Instead of adding and deleting things from my list, how about a “done” option with private notes and photos, so at the end of the day we really end up with a feeling of mission accomplished. 3. Use AI to see the sites I’ve added and suggest best routes for walking, driving, or ride pub transportation, tweeked for how much time i want to spend sightseeing. Suggest other top sites and viewpoints I may not have included on my original list. Looking forward to seeing changes coming to the app! All th best Solly
  • Awesome!

    5
    By Pedjak
    Such a great app to use. It’s educational, fun and easy to use.
  • Lonely planet is the best tour companion

    5
    By Klh-mo
    Lonely planet provides the best tips for truest discovering the unique aspects of a city rather than a typical tourist view. Love the city guides.
  • Good

    5
    By dbmmint
    I like it ! But I want it have more towns information.
  • Know before you go

    5
    By MohinderSingh
    I always like to know the city to as much as I can before visiting it and this app helps me do that.
  • Hong Kong savior!

    5
    By Fabio Costa
    This guide was a very helpful on a recent trip with my daughter to Hong Kong. Loads of tips, great restaurant recommendations and sightseeing. Just wished the map and location tool was precise and more responsive.
  • Best travel app I’ve ever tried!

    5
    By Joha789751
    I discovered this app on the last day of our trip to Vienna, I only wish I had found it sooner, it saves the effort of having to use multiple apps to find things to do/see, great places to eat, and how to get around in a new city!

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