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Flamyngo

Create a city guide with help of your friends.

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Foursquare 10

Your ultimate city guide, in your pocket

Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
I use FourSquare a lot when travelling (not so much at home), especially going to the USA. The wealth of data they have is just huge. So much useful things on there.
Sezgin Hergul- Product Marketing @ GetResponse
Alternatively, if people are active on Foursquare in your city, you can also see this type of information inside the app too.
Karri Saarinen- Design at Airbnb. YC alumn.
My favorite tool for looking up places. Only app I actually trust the recommendations.
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Journy

Tastemaker-driven concierge to plan your perfect trip

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
My and @suzywillow used Journy to plan our trip to Lisbon late last year, super useful as someone who hates planning trips and messy logistics. They pair you with a concierge that recommends places to visit, things to do, and restaurants to go to, based on your preferences and budget. They literally plan your day for you.
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Journy is awesome. Me and my girlfriend used it in Lisbon last year. They pair you with a real life human (crazy, huh?) that plans your trip, hour-by-hour. They'll select the restaurants, sites, and other activities based on your requests. As someone that hates to plan trips, it's super useful and only $15/day.
Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt 🤞
Haven't used it personally but heard great things!
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Guides by Lonely Planet

Explore city guides curated by experts.

Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
Lonely Planet is an amazing company for travellers and this app is no exception. I wish they had more places on there but what they do have is pretty awesome. I expect nothing less from LP
Guillaume Broder- Mobile Developer
A really great app with nice guides and all the best places to see. You an also download the guide to read offline which can be really helpful.
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TripScout

Self-guided city tours from local experts

TripScout produces high quality audio guides and offline maps with a quirky twist that I really appreciate - they cover the highlights you'll obviously want to know but also slightly more obscure points of interest. I don't get to travel as much as I'd like to anymore but have also found the guides to be fun armchair traveling - I can learn about cities I'd like to visit someday. 

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Maply

Waze for things to do 🗺

Maply is a crowdsourced map for discovering breaking news and local events.

Austin Business Journal
Four entrepreneurs visited me for a half-hour each during my first Capital Factory Office Hours on June 16. The startups they founded comprised: * A company that supplies robots to clean pool debris; * A map app that shows what's happening in an area - live artist shows, parties, food trucks, etc.; * A stock-trading game app that teaches players how to inves… See more
Missouribusinessalert
The entrepreneurs who founded Maply as undergrads at the University of Missouri will be plunging into the startup full-time in June. The creators of the location-based app for discovering and sharing events have raised $300,000 of seed funding and are relocating to Austin, Texas, in hopes of accelerating their company's growth.
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Beacon Me

An emoji-laden discovery platform for travelers

Beacon Me is an emoji driven discovery platform that visually connects travelers with the world around them. We use emoji to highlight local places and businesses. This design eliminates the need to guess if you’re looking at a restaurant, a bar or a dog park. You're in control so that you can travel better, and experience more.

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All New Spottly

World's first picture-based travel guide

Edwyn Chan- Founder @ Spottly
I built this to quickly find places cool places to go without having to spend loads of time reading reviews
Nyaundi brian- Software Developer
You get to see lots of awesome pictures from the best places like restaurants in the city you'd want to visit, try it
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Voyagr

Enables Voyagers to experience, capture and share adventures

Voyagr is a iOS mobile app that enables voyagers to experience, capture and share adventures. We strive to create a positive, fun online community by connecting people with common passions and encouraging the exploration of our world.

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Cool Cousin

Plan a trip with recommendations from matching locals

Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
Local people suggesting their favourite city spots.
Chris Messina- Product designer & entrepreneur
I used this app recently on a trip to London and found that the recommendations were pretty great — as seen through a local influencer's eyes!
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What are the best tools for planning a trip?

Robinson GreigFreelance UX Designer
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"Google trips is amazing! Instead of switching between emails and maps and googling stuff I need, I can just use one app that has it all - a… See more
Tabiko - Human bot hybrid assistant for traveling in Japan 🇯🇵
"One interesting way is to plan your trip by chatting with expert travel agents or maybe a bot, rather than going through a huge list of onl… See more
Eightydays.me BETA - A site that plans your multi-city travel in a few clicks
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