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Smart TUSCIA

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iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Travel
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"Smart TUSCIA" is the application of the province of Viterbo and intuitive practice of which you can not do without.
UPDATE: improvement texts made more readable, added other municipalities.
The application once downloaded free of charge can also work off line.
"Smart TUSCIA" will be divided into categories where they will find the major points of interest:
- Cultural (museums, churches, archaeological sites, Etruscan ruins, Roman, medieval villages, castles, stately homes etc.).
- Natural (lakes, beaches, parks, nature reserves, etc.).
- Commercial (hotels, bed & breakfasts, restaurants, bars, crafts, etc.).
- Events (festivals, exhibitions, festivals, etc.).
- Itineraries.
Each point of interest is also available georeferenziale map with GPS tracking function. Also it can also work as a navigator.

"Smart TUSCIA" is an application available in Italian and English. It aims to work as a guide tristica interactive variety present in the territory of Tuscia and as a proposal of tourist activities to be carried out on site.

There are descriptions, photos, contacts, information on transport, medical care, and so much more: this is everything that makes a person a tourist!

The application was developed based on the experience of the developer (residing in the territory).

You like? Download "Smart TUSCIA."

List of common features:
- Viterbo,
- Acquapendente,
- Bagnaia
- Bagnoregio
- Bolsena
- Bomarzo
- Calcata,
- Capodimonte,
- Caprarola
- Martha,
- Montalto di Castro,
- Montefiascone
- Monte Romano,
- Nepi,
- Tuscia
- Ronciglione,
- San Martino al Cimino,
- Soriano nel Cimino,
- Sutri,
- Tarquinia
- Tuscania,
- Vulci.

"Smart TUSCIA" is constantly updated to meet your needs. For suggestions you can contact the author of the app.

This is a smartphone application born from the thesis project "Smart TUSCIA. New technologies applied to tourism marketing" by Davide Rossi laurenado degree in Public Communication and Enterprise c / o Sapienza University of Rome.