Visit A City

4.7
15.3K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Planning your trip should be simple and fun with Visit A City App.
It’s free and it works offline.

You’ll be getting:

* Free access to 1000+ travel guides created by experts.

* Access to your plans and maps online and offline.

* Easy navigation between the locations based on your personal plan.

* Detailed guides which will help you find what to see and what to do.

Try it out, we guarantee this is one App you will surely enjoy.
Updated on
Sep 12, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.7
15.3K reviews
A Google user
March 21, 2020
On the surface this app looks great. I planned my itineraries, but didn't book anything with the app. However, once I got to my destination I found out almost all the information was wrong. It couldn't pinpoint my location (I have an international plan) and instead of informing me of that, it would just show me in a wrong location. I couldn't adjust it either. Then every single one of the times to get from place to place was wrong. This app ended up being a huge disappointment.
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A Google user
June 1, 2019
We recently used Visit A City to plan 3 back to back trips - Portland, Seattle and Vancouver. It was a great tool that we could share and put things each other liked on each day and discuss. The mapping function is indispensable - especially if you've never been to the city and don't know where things are located in relation to each other. The "Go" function integrated seamlessly with Google Maps and we were able to use public transportation exclusively in Portland and Seattle.
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A Google user
October 7, 2018
So it's okay. It helps that it shows you where you are going in a nap view and you can search for things to add to the itinerary. You can reorder things relatively easy. I like that I can see about how long it takes to go to each place. However, when you add to the itinerary there is no way to change where they put it until it's added so you keep having to rearrange stuff and when you share it, it only shows 1 day at a time. It's also irritating that you can only out in the amount of time at a place but not the time you'll be there. It just auto times it based off of when you start. Overall, is okay for now but I'm trying to find something better.
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