Free Chicago Walking Tours – All November – With eAtlas
CHICAGO, November 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – In November, 30 “experiences” specially designed for Chicagoland are available FREE through the interactive tourism app eAtlas. One for each day of the month!
“30 of our growing list of tour and scavenger hunt experiences are free all month for ‘MOVEmber’. We hope these experiences encourage more time outdoors with family and friends across Chicagoland,” he said. declared Jon Matuzak, President of eAtlas.
The eAtlas smartphone app offers tour and treasure hunting experiences, each with multiple points of interest and taking 1 to 2 hours. Each tour is specially tailored and thematic, showcasing art, architecture, food, history, and more.
In addition to making these 30 experiences free throughout November, eAtlas awards prizes to those who participate in the most eAtlas experiences. The first place winner will receive a weekend stay at the Renaissance Hotel with extras – worth $ 700 with meals and more! Visit playeatlas.com for details.
Tour that of Chicago iconic and lesser-known neighborhoods usually cost on average $ 10 a visit to eAtlas. It’s always less than the in-person visits that can cost $ 50–$ 100 a lap.
But in November, the majority of these eAtlas tours and experiences are free, including:
– Workers’ cottages in the old town: Over 30 stunning homes built in the late 1800s
– Lakeview Graceland Cemetery See where that of Chicago the original builders are buried in style
– The Many Lives of Navy Pier: Discover the century-old evolution of Navy Pier
– Chicago Loop Kids Scavenger Hunt! : Kid-friendly scavenger hunt showcasing hidden gems
– Frida and her friends; Gastronomy and art in Pilsen: Highlighting Pilsen’s Mexican Heritage
– Hidden Pullman: Historical visit of the infrastructure of the Pullman district
– Art Deco Architecture, Wabash Arts Corridor Murals, Route 66 … and more
About eAtlas: eAtlas is a mobile tourism app that brings eAtlas Whoa guides! knowledgeable directly on your smartphone. Whoa! Guides share what they love about a place through active guided tours and treasure hunting experiences. Each experience is made up of several points of interest, a mixture of audio and video clips, geographic coordinates, maps, photos and informative texts. As they walk along the Experience route, participants are entertained and informed as each point of interest helps them see a part of the world in a whole new way. eAtlas is available for download via the App Store and Google Play.
Nikoleta Morales, for the eAtlas
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