Free interactive travel guide to Madrid. Works offline and has a detailed map.
About our guide
We make great, interactive travel guides.
To make our guides we use the content that is freely available. Open content sites like Wikitravel, Wikipedia, World66 and Openstreetmap are among the best resources for any traveler. Our mission is to make that content relevant for you. So we mix and mash and annotate - and we distill great, relevant travel guides out of it.
We like open content. In fact some of us were involved in World66, one of the first open content travel guides on the web. Triposo's travel guides are very much a re-mix of open content out there.
Currently we're using content from: Wikipedia, Wikitravel, World66, Open Streetmaps, DMOZ and Chefmoz
We're big fans of these projects. If you stumble across some inaccurate information in this guide, we would appreciate it if you correct it on the web site of these projects.
Here are some key features of "Madrid Travel Guide by Triposo for iPhone/iPad":
· Complete background information
· A detailed sights section
· Eating out section with the best restaurants
· Bars, pubs & nightlife section
· Mini guides for day trip destinations
· An offline map
· iOS 5.1 or later
· Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Huge improvement to our maps. They're more detailed, faster and look better - and they work offline.
· Faster downloads of our offline guides.
· Better guides, with more detailed restaurant suggestions, highlighting the dishes restaurants are well know for.
· Integration with Yelp so you can read through reviews of bars and restaurants when you have an internet connection.
· A stream of updates from the community for each city so you see the places that have just been discovered by Triposo travelers.