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This Map Shows You The Drone Laws For Every Country In The World (Updated Regularly)

6 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

This map is now available in app form! DroneMate is available on the App Store and Google Play.     Many travelers buy a drone to shoot videos of the places they’ll be visiting but when you’re crossing international borders, not being...Show More Summary

25 DIY Travel Journal Ideas That Will Inspire You to Make Your Own

Keeping a travel journal is a great way to document and remember all of your adventures in one place. You can scrapbook instant photos, maps, brochures, tickets, foreign currency, and pretty much any other keepsake you can attach to a page. Show More Summary

Traveling with Crohn’s Disease

Created by Jack & Jenn at Who Needs Maps - The post Traveling with Crohn’s Disease appeared first on Who Needs Maps.

Why You Should Always Listen to Your Intuition on Your Solo Travels

Every woman should travel alone at least once in her lifetime. There is a sense of freedom and confidence that comes with mapping out a new adventure on your own. The ability to set your itinerary, turn off the noise of your day-to-day life, and turn your focus inward is a feeling everyone should experience. Show More Summary

Hit the road with these trending summer destinations

We’re officially into summer vacation here in the U.S., which means it’s time to hit the road. We’ve collected the top destinations people are searching on Google Maps this summer, so you can find travel inspiration whether you want a hike, a city view or a ballgame. Show More Summary

Injured, hunted, lost: mapping journeys of refugee children aiming for UK

Eight-week project by Refugee Youth Service shows danger faced by 22 children, who travelled 11,800 miles across Europe A new mapping exercise has revealed the extraordinary difficulties and dangers faced by refugee children trying to reach the UK. Show More Summary

Apple enables Maps Transit directions in Madrid

Apple this week activated Transit directions in Madrid, Spain, offering users in the area access to local bus, train and metro travel data.

Metropolitan Chicago Accessibility Mapping Project

Accessibility refers to the ease with which one can reach opportunities. It combines measures of mobility and land use and allows us to see what people can get to rather than how far or with what speed they can travel. Though accessibility and mobility are related ideas,

'Terra Battle 2' First Trailer Released, 'Terra Wars' Also Coming to Mobile

Just yesterday we wrote about Terra Battle 2 being in development, but today we have more information along with the game's first trailer. The game will have a new world map that lets you travel alongside your companions and setting up your formations prior to battle. And, according to the developers, the encounters and farewells

Google Maps can be your travel guide this summer

The unofficial kick-off to summer is just around the corner. To give you some travel planning inspiration this year, we looked at historical Google Maps data to find the top trending places of the season throughout the U.S. Follow our summer lists below to head to the hot spots or avoid the crowds–the choice is yours. Show More Summary

This DIY interactive globe helps you quickly browse your travel photos

One of the biggest advantages of mobile photography for me is geotagging. An iPhone has been my go-to location scouting camera for about the past five years now. In an instant I can bring up a map of the world. Then scroll through it to find my images and where I shot them. Show More Summary

You Can Create a Map of Your Love Story With These Adorable Prints

From travel adventures and first homes to life-changing moments like when and where we met the love of our lives, we're always searching for ways to immortalize our favorite memories. With Happy Maps, you can capture the special events...Show More Summary

Travel the Globe on Foot with Denmark’s Walkable World Map

(Image credit: Verdenskortet) Exploring the entire world on foot sounds like an impossible feat, especially considering the fact that water covers nearly 71 percent of the Earth's surface. Even for a mermaid, we'd venture to say that making a trip around the globe without the assistance of modern transportation is asking for a bit much. Show More Summary

All 11,000 Places in the Atlas on One Map

Atlas Obscura catalogues the most unusual, surprising, and amazing places around the world, thanks to the discoveries shared by our intrepid community of travelers and explorers. There are now more than 11,000 incredible hidden wonders...Show More Summary

13 Travel Faux Pas All Tourists Should Know Before Visiting Europe

Fanny packs and maps are just a couple ways tourists stick out like sore thumbs, but there also more subtle signs you may not know that will immediately flag you as a foreigner in Europe. The way you take your coffee in Italy is a major indication, for example. Show More Summary

Tipping etiquette matters, get it right! New interactive map

Tipping etiquette is a fundamental part of travel and one that invokes a wide range of emotion amongst travelers.  It is a socio-cultural behavior that we grow up with, becomes second nature and takes a conscious effort to change or adapt. I broke the Tipping etiquette I grew up in India of the 90’s where […]

Pangea launches contour maps of your favorite coastlines

The 3D maps are created from layers of laser cut plywood Paper maps have often been hung as wall art as a way to show off one’s affinity for a place, whether it’s one’s hometown, a beloved vacation spot, or a fantasy travel destination. Now...Show More Summary

Vintage isochrone maps show 19th-century travel times

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In the late 19th century, travel times became a thing of fascination as modes of transportation improved by leaps and bounds (e.g., Around the World in 80 Days, published in 1873). Great thinkers of the day like Francis Galton even devised isochrone maps, which showed how long it would take to get from a central point to other points of interest. (more…)

Have Homer, Will Travel

We’re super jazzed about a new (and free!) app called ToposText that pairs the entirety of ancient Greek and Roman texts with GIS mapping data, allowing travelers to pull up history’s classics in the places in which they were written. Show More Summary

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