|tourism = information
|Information for tourists and visitors, including information offices
|Used on these elements
|Status: de facto
|Tools for this tag
An information source for tourists, travellers and visitors. May include:
- Tourist information centres and offices.
- Map boards, such as town maps, site maps, hiking, and other sport trail maps.
- Informational boards specifically for tourists.
- Informational boards showing details about local history, wildlife, etc.
- Guideposts and waymarkers
How to map
|An office where you can get information about a town or region.
|A place where you can get information about a specific attraction or place of interest.
|A board with information. To describe it closer, have a look at board_type=*.
|A stele for information.
|A information terminal provides information access via electronic methods. Mostly it is combined with access to the internet. (See internet_access=*.)
|A place where you can get information using headphones or a mobile phone.
|A board with a map. To specify the type or shown details, have a look at map_type=* and map_size=* in information=map. To describe the access to the shown routes or the kind of route use the keys e.g hiking=yes, bicycle=yes, mtb=yes, horse=yes or ski=yes.
|Tactile maps are maps for the blind, also known as haptic maps.
|Tactile models are models for the blind representing buildings and surroundings.
|Signposts/Guideposts are often found along official hiking/cycling routes to indicate the directions to different destinations. To describe the access to the shown routes or the kind of route use the keys e.g hiking=yes, bicycle=yes, mtb=yes, horse=yes or ski=yes.
A marker that shows the position of the way of a route. Could be a symbol, a short pole or a painted marking.
Note: 2 variant tag values are in use – route_marker and trail_blaze (see Taginfo comparison for the current number of uses or this tag history on taghistory.raifer.tech as a curve chart):
|All commonly used values according to Taginfo
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