Denmark’s 700 km west coast consists of some of Europe’s finest beaches and is scattered with historical traditional fishing villages, WW2 bunkers and nature, un-touched since the last Ice Age.
All 11 municipalities along the west coast joined forces to create a unified tourist destination. Read here about the tourists digital habits, and why Vestkysten (The West Coast) decided they needed an app.
Opdag Aarhus (Trnsl. Discover Aarhus) is the app for citizens and visitors of Denmark’s second-largest city. Read about the vision of the city council and their search for a platform that could reach people and tell them about the ‘publicly available and free experiences’ the city could offer.
Mols Bjerge National Park, Denmark
One of GeoGuide’s longest serving clients want their visitors to ‘use and protect’ nature. In this case study they tell us how they reach their visitors with practical information, and why they needed an app in the first place.