Nokia teams up with Lonely Planet

Nokia has teamed up with Lonely Planet in a deal which will see the travel guide giant’s content distributed via Nokia Maps. Travellers can get their hands on the Lonely Planet guides via Nokia Maps for €7.99, with over 100 destinations already available and the pair promising more guides on the way.

Users will get all the usual recommendations on hotels, restaurants and bars as well as tips on tourist attractions and nightclubs.

Hopefully there’s some thought been put into the integration between the two – combining turn-by-turn street navigation with Lonely Planet’s guided walks, for example, would be a rather handy match.

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