Mobile Athens 2005 (Bluetooth)

  • Rechtzeitig zur Olympiade:


    Navigieren Sie in Athen von Tür zu Tür mit Ihrem Symbian Mobiltelefon


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    July 5, 2004 - NEW! Olympic editions of ROUTE 66s navigation kits: ROUTE 66 Mobile Athens 2005 for Symbian Series 60 Smartphone & ROUTE 66 Navigate Athens 2004 for Pocket PC
    ROUTE 66s navigation kits for PDA are indispensable tools when you try to find your way around by car or by foot in an unknown metropolitan area like Athens. The fuzzy address search engine helps you quickly find your addresses by accepting short SMS-style text input. As soon as your PDA has been connected to the GPS receiver and your exact position is known, turn-by-turn voice instructions in no less than 14 languages (including Greek) and on-screen directions will guide you to your destination. If, for whatever reason, you miss a turn and go off course, then your route is immediately recalculated. This way you can easily find your way


    to all Olympic sites:



    Agios Kosmas Olympic Sailing Centre
    Ano Liossia Olympic Hall
    Athens Olympic Sports Complex
    Faliro Coastal Zone Olympic Complex
    Galatsi Olympic Hall
    Goudi Olympic Complex
    Helliniko Olympic Complex
    International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos
    Marathon
    Markopoulo Olympic Equestrian Centre
    Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre
    Nikaia Olympic Weightlifting Hall
    Panathinaiko Stadium
    Parnitha Olympic Mountain Bike Venue
    Peristeri Olympic Boxing Hall
    Schinias Olympic Rowing & Canoeing Centre
    Vouliagmeni Olympic Centre


    to many tourist attractions like:



    The Acropolis Museum
    The Ancient Agora of Athens
    The Port of Piraeus
    The National Archaeological Museum
    The Canal of Corinth


    and to many other points-of-interest like hotels, restaurants and subway stations.


    In summary, with the Olympic editions of ROUTE 66s navigation kits it will be hard to find a good excuse to arrive too late for a sudden press conference by Tim Montgomery or the golden medal ceremony of the Womens 400 m hurdles!