Whether your guests want to arrive at one of our events from the sweaty glory of the London underground, or make a statement in a private limo, Venueseeker can help them do just that. We are the one of the first companies in the events industry to incorporate Citymapper on to our venue finding page. This is the latest function from the critically acclaimed map app, so whether you are holding a summer ball or office team building exercise, you can entertain safe in the knowledge that even the tipsiest colleague will be able to find their way home.
With an eclectic manifold of venues offered at Venueseeker across the capital, we understand it is important that your events are easily accessible to prevent guests arriving in a fluster. Citymapper can tell you everything from bus times to tube routes, how many calories you’ll burn to how much the journey will cost you. And, with over 150 event spaces, the “Get Me Somewhere” button will ensure your guests won’t end up in Bradford instead of Il Bottaccio (but be warned, our events are so irresistible we have been known to have guests from Bradford pretending to have got the wrong address).
The app was originally developed for commuters in London, but Citymapper is now available in New York, Paris and Berlin and it will continue to add more cities across the UK and abroad this year. It has been a roaring success in London and abroad. Not only have Apple listed Citymapper as runner-up in its apps of the year list but the technology giant is collaborating with the travel app to make an Apple Watch version of Citymapper.
And, if that isn’t enough for get-lost-easily Londoners, then hold your horses: Not only is Citymapper the ying to your yang if you have a poor sense of direction, it is also vastly resourceful. If you are apprehensive about your guests being stuck in the armpits of commuters in the terrifying throngs of Clapham Junction, Citymapper offers alternative forms of transport including jetpack, teleporters and catapult. No one will ever be short of an (imaginary) grand entrance again.