Original Press Kit
The series trademark
Discover the city: includes easy-to-use maps, inspirational 'off the beaten track' audio walks and scene-setting movies, essential info, and an audio phrasebook
What's hot and what's not: get the low-down on over 250 of Amsterdam's cafés, bars, clubs, hotels, shops, and sights
Travel planning on-the-go: create the perfect trip with a customized itinerary, tailor-made to suit your own interests
Produced in association with travel gurus Lonely Planet, Passport to... is an innovative range of new titles for PSP.
Who doesn't enjoy jetting off somewhere nice for the weekend? Yet the thrill of landing in a new city can often be tempered by the often random task of finding somewhere suitable to go and while away your hard-earned break.
For every hot exhibition, cool cafe and trendy hotel, there is a myriad of lost opportunities. Well, now there's no need to worry about what might have been thanks to Passport to... the truly unique interactive tool exclusive to PSP which is designed to help you squeeze the most out of your stay.
Produced in conjunction with travel experts Lonely Planet, Passport to... is a range of six standalone interactive travel guides focusing on some of the hottest destinations in Europe, namely Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Paris, Prague, and Rome.
Each guide has been carefully crafted to bring you details of the sights, bars, restaurants, shows, and sounds to suit your needs, as well as a range of essential information ranging from local history to tips on how to keep your money safe.
As well as details and images of over 250 locations of interest on each UMD, Passport to... introduces a host of welcome additions to the urban warrior's travel kit.
Not only can you benefit from following one of Lonely Planet's trusted city itineraries, but you can also create your own tour using the interactive planner. Use this in conjunction with the comprehensive city maps to create a bespoke circuit to suit your mood.
If you fancy going behind the scenes and discovering what really makes the city tick, fire up one the audio tours and let one of our guides talk you through the sights and sounds you will encounter on your travels.
After checking out the sights, find the perfect spot to put your feet up and relax thanks to handy interactive maps which link through to selected bars, restaurants and clubs.
Best of all, each guide will evolve over time thanks to innovative online features available at the series' official website www.PSPpassport.com (Site no longer active).
As well as useful information on each city, including updates on local events, sample itineraries, and weather information, you'll be able to read tips on places to see and things to do by other users as well as official downloads from the Store such as additional itineraries and much, much more.
Interesting enough according to what I found out that none of the Passport To series was ever sold in stores. But given away for FREE by the local tourist bureaus.
They can be found on eBay for around $20 each.