Postcards & Passports

Find Your Way Around with GPSmyCity

This post was most recently updated on April 5th, 2018

How do you find your way around when you’re visiting a new city? Do you pick up a souvenir map in the hotel lobby and hope it will show you where to go? Perhaps you will rely on the internet to search for tourist attractions. But how do you know where you want to go? And how much data will you use up that way? What if there was a way you could have access to the itineraries or suggested walking routes of seasoned travellers at your fingertips?

There is a way! And you can have access to an unlimited resource.

GPSmyCity’s new subscription service

It is now possible, with GPSmyCity, to purchase an annual subscription for all of their travel articles and walking routes for over 1000 cities worldwide. This is a new business model for GPSmyCity, and it makes a lot of sense to me. You used to have to purchase each walking route individually at a few dollars each, and you can still do it that way if you prefer. But now, you can find your way easily with access to everything (unlimited) for one year for only $18.99. If you want access to only the travel articles, the cost is even lower: $12.99 per year.

What exactly are you purchasing? If you’re not familiar with GPSmyCity, there are literally thousands of captivating travel articles equipped with navigation technology that will turn your mobile device into your personal tour guide. It uses your GPS technology, so you don’t need to use up your mobile data at all. In fact, you don’t even need a phone plan for a foreign country in order to use GPSmyCity on your phone! GPSmyCity travel articles will guide you through the areas of your interest so easily, you won’t have to worry about how to find your way to each site or point of interest.

Arrive in Paris, France, for example, and open your GPSmyCity app. You will find a chocolate walking tour, a Paris museums walking route, and a tour of the Luxembourg Gardens (and at least 25 more exceptional options for exploring Paris).

When we were in Paris, we used this walking route for Montmartre and this one for the Covered Passageways. Both had interesting facts and background information and were super easy to use. Plus, they saved us time. Who can’t use more time when you’re exploring a new city? GPSmyCity will help you find your way through Paris, too! (or Rome, or New York City!)

How GPSmyCity helps you find your way

All you have to do is download the GPSmyCity app (found on iTunes and GoodlePlay) to your mobile device free. Then choose a city you want to explore and find the list of available walking routes and travel articles. Which ones most appeal to you? Download those free if you just want to be able to read them. Pay for the GPS-embedded article if you want it to guide you through the city. Better yet, sign up for an annual subscription. For about the price of a single travel guidebook, you’ll have access to EVERYTHING for an entire year.

You don’t have to just use GPSmyCity for your foreign travels. Use it to explore your own city better, too. You’ll find information about restaurants, new art galleries, and so much more. Think you already know everything there is to know about your hometown? Check what GPSmyCity has to offer — you might be surprised!

Great News — A Giveaway! (Giveaway now closed)

You may already know that I have many of my own travel articles published on GPSmyCity. (If you didn’t know, I’m so embarrassed that I haven’t made that clear!) You can actually use my articles to guide you (via GPS) to the same destinations I’ve visited. It will be almost as if my voice is in your head as you follow my footsteps and re-create my experiences. Not just mine, of course, but literally 1000’s of wonderful articles written by travelers like me who have been there!

For that reason, GPSmyCity and I have partnered to offer an amazing giveaway of a free annual subscription (value $18.99 each) to ten of my lucky readers.

  1. All you have to do to enter is comment below the destination you’d like to explore with GPSmyCity walking routes and articles. (This is a mandatory entry)
  2. If you want an extra entry, find your way to my instagram account @postcardsandpassports and follow me, then include your IG account name in your comment on this blog.
  3. And if you want lots of extra entries, subscribe to my blog on the form in the left sidebar, and I’ll be super happy — so delighted I’ll give you 5 extra entries. And you’ll be happy too, because I only send a few emails a month with great travel stories. Mention in the comments below that you subscribed, please.

Oh, and my giveaway ends Saturday, March 31, 2018 at midnight PST — so don’t delay entering!

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30 thoughts on “Find Your Way Around with GPSmyCity

  1. Evelyn Strelen

    San Francisco, USA


    (I already signed in for your newsletter and I’m already an instagram follower my dear Tami 🙂 )

    Cool giveaway, and cool that I don’t have to be an US citizen

  2. Karin Schumacher

    Hopefully GPS MyCity is available in Berlin, Prague, Vienna or Budapest, where we are going in October.

    1. Tami Post author

      It definitely is! There’s a wide variety of walking tours and articles you can use from those cities. And lucky you for getting to travel there! Can I hitch a ride in your suitcase?!

  3. Joe C

    I would pick New York City, I live outside Philadelphia, in South New Jersey, yet never visit New York, about 2 hours away.
    My instagram account is stockman99
    Joe C

  4. Maureen

    Sounds like a great app. I’m interested in using it in Copenhagen this summer. Please enter my name for a free annual subscription.

  5. knycx.journeying

    More and more apps that are useful for our travels and thanks for introducing this app to us. I am visiting Rio de Janerio and I would love to use gpsmycity for it! @ knycx.journeying

  6. Rosanne

    I’d like to explore with GPSmyCity walking routes and articles for Washington DC, Chicago, Denver, & Tucson

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