Posted on: January 18, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

first_imgThe newest edition of the Monrovia Visitors Map is now out, making way-finding and navigating around the capital city a whole lot easier for business visitors and tourists in 2014. The first 5,000 copies of the 2014 edition are available now throughout Monrovia. Seven full color maps of metropolitan Monrovia, including Congo Town and Paynesville, make up this pocket-sized essential guide, which features over 100 hotels, bars, restaurants, suppliers and shops, as well as Government agencies, hospitals, embassies, places of worship and other essential information for visitors. From bakeries to building suppliers to beach resorts, the Monrovia Visitors Map shows the best of the city. The 2014 edition is the biggest yet, featuring all of Bushrod Island for the first time, as well as Mamba Point and Central Monrovia, Sinkor, Airfield, Old Road, Congo Town, Paynesville, ELWA, and the RIA Highway. There are also detailed maps of the Broad Street business district and Tubman Boulevard in Sinkor as well. Produced in partnership with the telecom operator Cellcom, over 10,000 printed copies of the Map are given away for free in Monrovia throughout the year.Along with the printed edition, the Map is also available to download for free from which has a both a high- and low-bandwidth version. The new high-bandwidth webpage now has a brand-new interactive feature with additional information on featured businesses. “Over 10,000 tourists were recognized as visiting Liberia in 2013—an increase of more than 70% over the past few years. Whether people are visiting for business or pleasure this map will help them find the best that the city has to offer” says Larissa Clark, Business Development Manager for the map.”It’s an exciting new edition that reflects the growth of many fantastic service providers that visitors need to find easily whether it’s a place to sleep, eat or shop during their visit to Monrovia – whether they stay a week or six months!” says Matthew Jones, Co-Founder of the Monrovia Visitors Map.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img

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