Thursday, March 17, 2011

Michelin Guide Europe 2011 for iPhone

Now available the new Michelin Guide Europe 2011 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, a digital edition that offers information on the best European restaurants in 44 cities spread over 20 countries. In total, the guide offers a selection of more than 1,700 restaurants, basically the same information that offers the paper guide and this year celebrates its 30th edition.

Michelin Guide Europe 2011 for iPhone has a similar structure to that of the 2011 Michelin Guide for Spain and Portugal for iPhone, is a brief description of the premises, the type of cuisine on offer and a letter online, presents the chef and assessment Michelin's inspectors have given the setting, the information is supplemented with maps detailing the location and route to be followed to the restaurant.

Digital Michelin also offers tourist information showing most emblematic places of European cities, is an ideal guide for tourists or persons engaged in the business world, through Europe visiting major cities and want to enjoy the best restaurants each destination. The relationship of cities is as follows: Belgium (Antwerp and Brussels), Greece (Athens), Germany (Cologne, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg and Munich), Austria (Salzburg and Vienna), Switzerland (Geneva, Bern and Zurich) , Hungary (Budapest), Norway (Oslo), Czech Republic (Prague), UK (Birmingham, London, Edinburgh and Glasgow), Denmark (Copenhagen), Ireland (Dublin), Netherlands (Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam) Finland (Helsinki), Poland (Warsaw and Krakow), Portugal (Lisbon), France (Lyon, Toulouse, Strasbourg and Paris), Italy (Milan, Rome, Florence and Turin), Sweden (Stockholm and Gothenburg), Luxembourg (Luxembourg) and finally Spain (Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid).

In the Michelin Guide Europe 2011 to iPhone can also determine the recommendations made by the inspectors through the Bib Gourmand label, badge which indicates the good value for money of the establishment. Schedules, the average price, contact information and the ability to book a table at the restaurant, are other options to consider.

As in other new applications launched by Michelin, digital phone facilities to manage favorites, comment on restaurants and share opinions across social networks like Twitter or Facebook.

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