Sponsored Post – Sygic Travel
The most difficult thing about attempting to explore a city on a layover or planning short trips or a weekend getaway are the logistics. Rightfully so as getting your bearings in a city, you’ve never visited before is challenging.

I don’t know about you but when I look at map points of interest often appear closer to each other than they actually are. 

To make matters worst, if you start miscalculating the distance between the points of interest it will most certainly have a ripple affect the one thing you can’t control…time.

So naturally, when you start feeling that you won’t have enough time then you may opt to stay in the airport, hotel or pay more for a direct flight.

So when my good friend Danielle from The Thought Card told me about another app that will help ease the stress navigating a city in a short time, I couldn’t wait to check it out, feature in Landing Gear and share it with you!

Introducing Sygic Travel

Sygic Travel is a trip planning tool that allows you to create your daily itinerary and get your own travel guide…for free. So pick your sights and create your itinerary for the day or for 2 days, a week etc…

Once you’ve entered the place of landing (Airport, Train Station etc) or your Accommodations (Hotel, Apartment, Airbnb) and added some points of interest (sites, restaurants, tours, museums, cafe’s, bars etc) Sygic Travel will create an itinerary that lists your selections in order based on the distance from and back to your you landing point or accommodation and the distance between each selection.

The list also factors is the duration of your selections (tour, museum) and the type (restaurant, cafe, bar). Sygic Travel have hand-picked the best things to do all over the world and presented it on a map with beautiful photos and short descriptions which Sync’s across your devices

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But even better, Sygic Travel Premium

“Sygic Travel Premium gives you more detailed and practical information sourced from Fodor’s Travel, allows you to download unlimited offline maps with worldwide coverage and use the app offline. You’ll also get offline walking guidance.”

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In this video, we show you how to use Sygic Travel

Sygic Travel Premium Giveaway

Trust me Sygic Travel has quickly become a staple in my travel app arsenal and I want to give you a chance to score a premium account so I’ve teamed up with Sygic Travel to give away 3 premium accounts. If you like the app’s free version. I know you’ll love premium. Download and enter to win!

Download: Android or iOS 

About Me:

Short Trips, Mini Breaks, Weekend Getaways & Stopovers
Using the latest travel apps, technology, and gear, I take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love. All in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing I retell and share those stories with my readers and viewers. 

I'm Christopher Rudder and welcome to Rudderless.

Read more about me here: Being Rudderless With Christopher Rudder
ad here: Rudderless Travel gets nominated for the Leibster Award 

Read more about my full-time profession here: A Consultant for Special Needs Students, AND a Travel Blogger!
and here: Special Needs Resource Educator - Children's Services


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