Experience a new way
of hearing the world.
Road Trip: IRELAND
A thrilling cultural travel app for
the Wild Atlantic Way driving route
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In-App Purchase Available
A ‘Tour-de-Force,’ You Might Say
Not just the only audio tour app for the Wild Atlantic Way, this multi-award-winning 4-part series resembles no other audio guide for motorists. Across 7 counties, we bring you
A Laser Focus on Culture & Heritage
Traditional Music In Exclusive Performance
Riveting Local Voices, Life Stories & Folklore
Original Narratives That Give More Than Just Facts
The Real Deal, in Real Time
Your “deep drive” to the soul of Ireland’s
west coast provides all the feels.
In a Time of Social Distancing
In Ireland the story is everything, because it connects
the storyteller with the place he belongs to. We
connect you with the storyteller.
Ireland’s Last Traditional Matchmaker, Willie Daly, with Hopeful
Surfer on Ireland’s Atlantic Shore
To Tour on Your Terms
Traveling under your own steam with our audio tour app in tow means you decide where and when you want to go, at your own pace, in any direction. We take ‘self-drive’ vacations and holidays up a notch!
Of One-of-a-Kind Narrative Journeys
Our delightfully deep and wide-ranging content is
unique among today’s audio tour apps, which explore
a handful of subjects in a relatively cursory way.
Statue in Grotto at St Brigid’s Holy Well
How It Works
Created for motorists, Cultural Roadmapp engages GPS to automatically play mini audio documentaries as you approach stops along the tour route. Simply download the app while on wifi to avoid data charges, connect your smart device to your vehicle’s sound system via Bluetooth or USB (charging) cable, and drive!
Latest GPS and geofencing technology
Leading historians and folklorists
Hidden-gems scavenger hunt
Favourite sights, pubs, and eats
Stirring poetry and drama
Awards for Cultural Roadmapp
2020 Travel & Hospitality Award
‘Best Cultural Tour Operator – Ireland’
2018 Interpretive Media Award
2018 Digital Media Award (Silver)
‘Best Use of Mobile’