Lonely Planet’s expert recommendations are coming to…
Looking to get top travel tips with just a tap on your screen? Lonely Planet will soon be bringing its expert recommendations to Apple Maps.
Lonely Planet has announced plans to provide curated content through a new Apple Maps feature, which was revealed at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference this week. Launching later this year through software updates for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, users will be able to access initial collections for San Francisco, New York,Los Angeles and London.
As travel plans remain uncertain, the collections feature solo and outdoor activities that can be enjoyed while national lockdowns lift. They will feature insider tips so users can check out the most iconic architecture, spectacular day hikes and scenic running routes in their destination.
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The collections will begin with San Francisco, where travelers can discover the city’s public art and vibrant street murals, its most idyllic parks, and most prized food trucks, all through Apple Maps. From there, the collections will extend to other top cities, where users can learn about New York’s cult-status coffee shops, where to find LA’s finest ice cream shops, or how to enjoy London’s best free experiences.
We’re excited to announce our collaboration with Apple Maps. Starting with San Francisco, then followed by other cities, Lonely Planet will offer a series of curated places to help you discover your neighborhood and beyond. Available on the redesigned Apple Maps app this fall.
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“Lonely Planet has always focused on the needs of travelers and we constantly seek ways to improve and ease their experiences. We reach hundreds of millions of travelers each year through our printed guides, online and through our own mobile products and we are thrilled to offer one more way for people to discover the world around them,” says CEO Luis Cabrera.