Guides, Routs, Culture, History
Since tourism is a way to transfer unique experiences and impressions, smart tourism makes this transfer easier.
There are problems in this area. This is when tourists cannot find the necessary information or do not know where to go for the cultural and historical code
Here the concern of destinations is to help tourists in finding the right tour or to post such information about the cultural and historical heritage that tourists should know or they are looking for.
This is especially true for museums and other historical sites, as well as various tours.
In this section, we have collected examples of how various destinations solve the problem of access to cultural and historical information and help tourists to receive it in full. What technologies and methods of smart tourism are used in this case.
Official audiouguide for Almaty city.
Contain information about 198 objects in 4 languages. Assists in self-guided city tour. Works automatically by Quar codes and geolocation. More.
Historical routes in Genoa
The official site visit Genoa offers various historical itineraries. Here you can also find route maps that you can download to your smartphone, as well as use QR codes for more information. More.
Porto – Accessible Itinerary Map
The map shows the historical route with directions for accessibility. More.
London – Free maps
The official site offers not only route maps for free, but also many other maps – metro, buses, trains, attractions, etc. , including accessibility maps, walking, cycling, etc. More.
Geneva – Museums
The official website offers several cultural and historical itineraries and a selection of various cultural institutions, such as museums. More.
A free self-guided tour is also offered , that is, you can download a map with a description of the route and walk on your own. More.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced the release of five new virtual tours with detailed 3-D imagery. This is about the tomb of Meresankh III, the tomb of Menna, the Ben Ezra Synagogue, the Red Monastery and the Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Barquq.
The section is constantly updated. If you have interesting historical routes, guides or solutions, please send us a link, we will post them here.