Sat-nav devices with travel guides on aren’t a new thing, and in fact Lonely Planet has already partnered with Route 66 and Navman, but the newly announced alliance with Nokia may be the global travel company’s biggest to date.
The deal will see Lonely Planet content made available on Nokia Maps 2.0, with travellers able to purchase and download the city guides they want, ready to use when globetrotting.
Over 100 destinations are currently available, with more promised in the future. The guides will help users locate places to eat and sleep, as well as pointing out the main attractions of each city.
Each city guide costs €7.99 (just over £6).