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Mobile Apps Slovenia’s Top 50 and Slovenia’s Top 100

The mobile apps Slovenia’s Top 50 and Slovenia’s Top 100 offer a selection of the most popular Slovenian tourist attractions according to the number of visits to the web portal www.slovenia.info. As the names imply, Slovenia’s Top 50 contains 50 attractions while Slovenia’s Top 100 contains 100.

Mobile apps enable guests in Slovenia to see which tourist attractions can be found in their vicinity at any given moment. Once they’ve decided where to go, they can obtain access to all contact information and route planning if they’re travelling by car. Each presentation of an attraction includes high resolution photographs, contact information (telephone, e-mail and webpage), location on the map, a feature which allows them to view the recommended route from the user’s location to the attraction, and a function which allows them to check out local tourist offers.

Both apps also enable users to make a list of attractions according to their current location. If they have access to a GPS device, they can view slotop50app_1information about the distance by road between their location and the chosen attraction. Navigation apps (Apple Maps or Google Map) are also only a touch away! The Slovenia’s Top 50 navigation feature and road map display require a 3G internet connection, while Slovenia’s Top 100 features preloaded maps to save users roaming costs. Slovenia’s Top 100 also records the attractions already visited.

If you’re still unsure about which tourist attraction to visit, we suggest you have a look through the carefully chosen pictures on your tablet. We’re sure this will help you make the right decision!

So install Slovenia’s Top 50 or Slovenia’s Top 100 on your mobile device free-of-charge today!


Download Slovenia’s Top 100

 Android  iPhone  iPad

Source: www.slovenia.info

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