Imagine…you’re in Amsterdam and you’re after a vegan cafe.
You’re visiting Edinburgh and want to find a hot-desk space you can cycle to.
Want to spend the weekend in Bristol? Discover the city’s coolest microbreweries?
From April 2018, there’s a new guide in town – the pebble guide city series.
As an intuitive, free-to-use web-app, each pebble guide pulls together ethical cafes, restaurants, bars and eco-hotels, plus urban farms, farmers’ markets, street food, bike paths and green spaces, as well as makers and crafters you can visit – and answers the most basic of Google queries:
‘What is there to do in ____?’
Eleven categories make it easy to find the best spots in each city no matter what your passion is – the lists have been curated by local experts and pebble magazine to highlight what’s ethical, eco and sustainable, backed by essential info and Google Maps.
Search for the most important thing in life – free Wi-Fi, as well dog-friendly, bike-friendly or vegan focused spaces and hot-desking spots.
While a city guide is nothing new, what the pebble guide series is doing is connecting the dots between micro-breweries and makers, vegan cafes and volunteering opportunities and so on – to give residents and visitors a modern, mobile way to experience everything good in each city and meet people who care about the same things.
Plus there’s bespoke itineraries for each city – either seasonal and topical ideas for half day adventures (Rainy Day cake tour anyone?) or sponsored itineraries from suitable events and brands.
The first city in the series is Nottingham in April.
Followed by Bristol in May, Brighton in July and Norwich in September.
The pebble guide city series is part of pebble – an award-winning magazine and community that launched in November 2016.
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