ThereArePlaces.com Now Available On the BlackBerry

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TeleMapics LLC, a privately held business focused on travel, tourism and location based services, announced today the launch of a wireless version of its rapidly growing international travel website www.thereareplaces.com. The new site is designed for the Blackberry® family of wireless communication devices.

The new wireless site is available at http://www.thereareplaces.com/fon. It has been formatted to display quickly and clearly on color-capable Blackberry® devices ranging from the slimline 7100 family to the 7290 series featuring larger screens.


The information available on the Blackberry® version of the site includes, the Best Places to Visit at the World’s most popular tourist destinations. The selected destinations include most European countries, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, with Canada and Mexico thrown in for good measure. Each section opens with a map pointing out the subject area’s hot spots. As you scroll down the page, there are concise descriptions of the leading vacation destinations within the designated country or area, along with several colorful photographs. Suggested itineraries are also provided for the world’s top 10 destinations.

“Our new Compact Travel Guides designed for the Blackberry® are a great way for a person to get started planning a trip abroad” said Mike Dobson, President of ThereArePlaces. “Our Guides provide just enough details about a country’s leading tourist destinations to help you make sure that it is the right place for your vacation. If you have more time to browse, visit our comprehensive travel site on the Internet at www.ThereAreplaces.com for more destination information, or our Travel Planning Guides, which can help you to travel well and safe.”

ThereArePlaces is not a travel service provider. The company does not sell travel goods, make travel reservations, or provide ticketing services. As put by the Company’s president “Our commitment is to provide travel advice that might help you to take the journey of a lifetime.”