elegraph Travel Guides app



Want to make the most of your holiday? Let our award-winning experts help you explore the world’s leading destinations with this must-have app. Selected by Apple as one of their “best new apps” after its launch earlier this year it currently includes New York, Amsterdam, Rome, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Malta and St Kitts among its destinations, with Barcelona, Edinburgh and Venice among those to follow.
Our resident experts have personally reviewed every attraction, restaurant, bar, beach and shop to bring you only the very best the destination has to offer. Built with offline access and solely reliant on GPS to track your movements, there is no risk of expensive roaming charges.
Once you have downloaded them – and some 15,000 of you have this week already done so – you can use the apps to navigate around the destination with the Telegraph as your guide.

Short, insightful reviews written especially for the app, easy-to-use interactive maps and simple categorisation will help you ensure your next choice is the right choice.
We won’t just leave you at the door either – each recommendation comes with tips and insider knowledge about the local delicacies to order, how to get the best table, how to beat the queues and how to save money. As well as hand-picked recommendations, our experts have created customised itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip.
All the key information – such as phone numbers, prices, websites and booking advice – will also be at your fingertips. Every location is plotted on your iPhone’s map, so you can see where you are and quickly get where you need to go and all the information is constantly reviewed and updated.
Over the coming weeks we will be adding new destinations and new functionality, but we also want to hear from you. Where do you want this app to take you? For this is your passport to a better trip.

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