As many may have heard, recently Maps.Me got ready-to-use itineraries for the largest cities in the world. Now, the developers of the service have gone further. In cooperation with Rostourism and Russia.Travel portal, Maps.Me launches walking routes in Russian cities hosting the FIFA World Cup 2018.
In total, routes are designed for 11 Russian cities. Namely for Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad, Volgograd, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Saransk, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi and Yekaterinburg. For each of them, the routes will cover the most interesting sights, as well as objects related to soccer: stadiums, places of issue of fans' passports and more.
Of course, the routes will be available in several languages. So far, you can try them out only in Russian and English, but by the start of the World Cup translations in Spanish, German, French, Italian and Portuguese will be available.
To use the routes, you need to download them from the official website. Of course, you also need to install the current version of the Maps.Me app for Android or iOS. After installation, the routes will be displayed on the maps, even without Internet access.