It can be tough to browse through lists of audio tours on static landing pages. It's not always clear how many tours are available in a given region.
Guides are often not limited to a single city. For example, a tour might start in Amsterdam and end in Utrecht.
It's also important to know the route of a tour. This will give you a general idea of what kind of area you'll be exploring. For example, is it a park, a museum, or a busy street? What will you see on a boat tour?
Questions like "Where can I find a hotel near the tour route?" can also be important.
The founders of the startup tmatic.travel realized that the best way to find audio tours is to use a map. They came to us to help them implement a cartographic interface.
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