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Travel Informed with GPS!

As you know, digital versions of our INZANOUTS travel guides can be purchased on our website, but they don’t give you the ability to take yourself on a tour using GPS. This is why INZANOUTS has teamed up with GPSmyCity to bring your our content in format that will let you take yourself on a self-guided tour of our cities! You can download any of our articles on their app for free or upgrade for a nominal cost for offline GPS-guided use. Save your data!

First city up is Savannah, Georgia! Established in 1733, the city of Savannah was the colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. Savannah was the first city in North America to be laid out on a system of squares so we that is how our travel guides and GPSmyCity articles break down. Each of these travel articles have a detailed map, summary of points of historic interest, and other significant sites.

On the GPSmyCity app, you will find travel articles about:

Orleans Square to Crawford Square

Franklin Square to Washington Square

Forsyth Park

History of Savannah

Outside Downtown

Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Chatham Square to Whitefield Square

Troup Square to Pulaski Square

Greene Square to Telfair Square

Riverfront Area Between River and Bay Streets

As a gift (and to introduce you to how awesome this is), we are offering free upgrades for some of our most popular articles on GPSmyCity. Beginning today (June 11th, 2018) and ending next week (June 18th, 2018) you can upgrade these 3 GPS-guided travel articles at no cost just to try it out!

Orleans Square to Crawford Square

Franklin Square to Washington Square

Forsyth Park

So how do you get these articles?

A) click on a link for an article above (if you haven’t already downloaded the free GPSmyCity app, you will see a prompt to do so). After downloading the app, you will be directed to the article, where you can choose upgrade to get the GPS-guided version. You can still read it for free if you want, but it will not have GPS and it cannot be saved to your phone for offline use.

B) Or from the GPSmyCity app, you can browse by city to see which articles are available.

Download the GPSmyCity app for Apple here and for Android here.

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