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Garmin cityXplorer mapping update

Garmin cityxplorer

Garmin cityxplorer

Garmin the global leader in satellite navigation, have released the latest Garmin cityXplorer mapping update for London. If you’re heading for the capital for some world-class sport this summer, trust cityXplorer pedestrian maps to help you navigate to all the key sites.

The maps designed for Garmin’s sat navs will enable you to navigate the big city during the busiest time London has seen for many years, helping you feel like a local in an unfamiliar city. The enhanced pedestrian navigation¹ gives you directions that let you walk or use public transport to get you where you need to go, estimated times of arrival and key locations like parking, restaurants, hotels, fan zones and sporting venues.

The 2012 cityXplorer London, has all the latest facilities on your sat nav – plus thousands of new points of interest (POI’s), new landmarks, bus routes, walkways and hundreds POI’s covering sporting events in the city. You can use the maps in the car, on foot or on public transport.

Another great aspect of the cityXplorer London map is that there is no need for a GPS signal for the map to work: you can preview your city tour from the comfort of your hotel room, or even while on the underground metro, before setting out on foot.

cityXplorer can also be used to enhance your Garmin sat nav even if the city is outside your preloaded base map. For example, you may be planning to come to London but only have mapping for the US or a single European country. Simply upload cityXplorer London, use your sat nav like a handheld GPS, and enjoy finding your way around all the great locations London has to offer.

Just for peace of mind POI’s like hospitals, police stations and Embassy’s are also included, helping to ensure you have every aspect of your trip covered.

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