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Garmin Eastern Europe Maps

Mar
8
2006

Garmin announced they now have new NAVTEQ maps which cover more of Eastern Europe. Portions of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, and Croatia are now available. The data can be purchased on SD card when it becomes available later this week or on certain new GPS receivers such as the newer Garmin Nuvi GPS systems.

“We are pleased to offer this enhanced map coverage for those who live, work, and travel in Eastern Europe,” said Gary Kelley, Garmin’s vice president of marketing. “Through our relationship with NAVTEQ, we are able to offer consumers some of the most detailed and up-to-date maps available anywhere.”

7 Responses


  1. Hello! I have Garmin streetpilot 310, I want to know how much cost may be Baltic software (maps). ! I want to buy it. thanks

    Oleg - May 10th, 2007
  2. where I can find free europe gps maps

    PETRICA - March 11th, 2008
  3. I am looking for gps maps of Israel for my garmin nuvi350.

    michael lewis - March 19th, 2008
  4. I found Russian sites saying that Garmin GPS could be used in Russia. I am going to spend five months over there. Do I buy a unit here, and the map card in Russia? Thank you,

    irene - April 26th, 2008
  5. irene – GPS works anywhere in the world, however you need to find maps of the region you are going to be in to do much with it.

    Tim - April 27th, 2008
  6. HI I AM ABOUT TO PURCHASE A GPS FOR BIKE AND CAR AND AS I TRAVEL BETWEEN WESTERN TURKEY ( FETHIYE MULGA ) AND THE U.K. FROM TIME TO TIME OVERLAND I WOULD LIKE A SYSTEM THE IS SUITABLE FOR BOTH BIKE AND CAR BUT INCLUDES MAPS FOR BOTH EASTERN, WESTERN AND DOOR TO DOOR MAPS OF THE UK THANK YOU DAVID

    david jones - January 12th, 2009
  7. Are there any Turkish maps available that are compatible with a Garmin Nuvi 255 (in English) Im told there are, but havent been able to locate any! Im fed up with getting lost in Izmir!

    Bill Glanvill - March 1st, 2009



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