I’m excited to share with my readers that GPSmyCity is doing a giveaway to 10 lucky readers! This is happening just in time for fall, which is peak travel season here in Nepal, so it’s perfect timing for a lot of my readers who are heading on vacation this season. But “What is GPSmyCity?” you might ask. Here’s everything you need to know…
What is GPSmyCity?
GPSmyCity is a travel app. Normally, it’s a paid subscription, but this is your chance to get a year subscription for free! Yay!
The app features articles from travelers like me, and it connects it to a offline map with step by step instructions on how to do your own tours around the city. Kind of like a digital guide. You can follow along to each of the locations while reading information about them as you go. It makes traveling to a new city really simple.
Bonus, most of my articles about cities in Nepal are on the app, so you can easily access them while offline.
How do I get free membership for a year?
Don’t worry, you don’t have to like, follow, or share a million different things. This is a simple giveaway without having to jump through hoops. Just follow these instructions…
- Download the GPSmyCity app
- Proceed to the Account screen to register a GPSmyCity user account
- Go to the “More” screen
- Go to “Feedback”
- Email them with this claim code: 32160828
- The first 10 people to use the code will get a free subscription for a year!
What’s the catch?
I hate to break it to you… but there is none. My articles are on GPSmyCity, so occasionally I get to do a giveaway for my readers. This helps GPSmyCity get more exposure and people who haven’t tried it yet get a chance to fall in love with the app!
What cities does it cover?
Not traveling to Nepal? No problem! The app is good for cities all over the world.
If you are coming to Nepal, then you can find articles from me on the following destinations…
Kathmandu, Pokhara, Bandipur, Palpa, Pharping, Bhaktapur, Dhulikhel, Panauti & Patan
I also have some fun budget friendly posts about NYC and the other countries I’ve visited. But don’t worry, there are tons of authors who write about cities all over the world, so there’s no shortage of information!
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Michelle Della Giovanna
Writer at Full Time Explorer
I’m just your average New Yorker who quit her job in the fashion industry to explore the world. Come find out what it’s like to trade in five-inch heels for squat toilets.