010-11379-00

Garmin City Navigator Europe NT - Alps + DACH

Garmin City Navigator Europe NT - Alps + DACH

Description

The Garmin City Navigator Europe NT - Alps + DACH contains detailed map coverage of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Northern Italy and Eastern France.

Features

  • Displays Points Of Interest Throughout The Region- Restaurants, Lodging, Attractions, Petrol Stations, Shopping, And More
  • Includes ATM/Cash Stations Throughout The Region
  • Includes Motorways, National And Regional Thoroughfares And Local Roads
List Price
$99.99
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$77.34
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Travel the Country
Everything you need to travel the Germanic states is included in these highly detailed street maps. Load City Navigator Europe NT Alps + DACH directly to your device and navigate turn by turn to any address or intersection. Route to points of interest including restaurants, petrol stations, lodging, attractions and more. Coverage includes detailed maps of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Northern Italy and Eastern France. Powered by NAVTEQ, a world leader in premium-quality digital map data.

  • Includes detailed information such as turn restrictions, roundabout guidance, speed categories and other navigation features.
  • Gives turn-by-turn directions on your compatible device.
  • Contains traffic data for compatible devices that use traffic receivers.
  • Enhances pronunciation data for compatible devices that speak street names (example: "Turn right on Main Street.").
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