Take a GPS guided tour of Lecce with me!

Just imagine coming across a really great travel article full of juicy information that only a local tour guide might help you discover. And then of course there’s the added problem of having to pinpoint exactly where all those wonderful places are on your map.

The solution has now been found by GPSmyCity, who has created GPS guided travel articles. These are travel articles which have GPS coordinates embedded in the article and a map of the route the author described in his/her article. And at GPSmyCity you can literally find thousands of these articles to include more than 700 major worldwide cities.

Once you have downloaded this app to your phone, it will show you where you are on the map and guide you through each location listed, without the need of having to connect to the internet!

You can upload any travel articles from GPSmyCity for free wherever you are and if you decide you want it to be a GPS guided travel article, all you need to do to upgrade is pay a small fee of $1.99.  IT WOULD BE LIKE HAVING ME AS YOUR PERSONAL TOUR GUIDE!

As a way of introducing you to this great concept, I’m offering a FREE upgrade app of my article ‘Italy underground: 2,000 years of buried history in Lecce’ from Monday 12th June to Sunday 18th June, packed with information on the best sights to see and local crafts to experience in this fascinating southern city.

Here’s what to do:
Use the following links Italy underground: 2,000 years of buried history in Lecce to download the app first (the first time users will be prompted to do so) and afterwards, once you have launched the downloaded app on your phone, (currently available on iPhone and iPad), the article page will open automatically. From there, you can proceed to ‘upgrade’ the giveaway article for free.
This is a great opportunity to let me lead you on a personal tour of Lecce in Puglia, also known as ‘the Florence of the south’ without the need for a map or to ask for directions! And if you know anyone who is about to venture there and explore this captivating city, please share this post with them!

Basilica di Santa Croce, Lecce

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