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8 Premium WordPress Themes w/ Maps Integration

Not all of us need to show big maps on our website. But if you run a local directory or a real estate site, displaying a map on your website would make sense. Here are 8 premium themes with maps integration you should not miss:

directory

Directory Portal: turns your website into an online directory to showcase companies, shops, and other items. It offers geolocation support.

explorable

Explorable: a location-based theme that lets you pin posts on a map. It offers Google Maps integration and localization. This is a responsive theme.

navigator

The Navigator: this directory-based theme is designed for travel blogs and location guide portals. It has draggable and collapsible windows and unlimited color options.

geoplaces

Geo Places: a WordPress theme for city directories. It lets you display items on a map, manage places/events, and customize the homepage.

estatement

Estatement: a WordPress theme for real estate sites. It has various custom widgets and shortcodes. It comes bundled with the Layer Slider. You also get live search functionality.

realia

Realia: a bootstrap-based theme with a fully responsive design and dsIDXPress support. It is responsive and retina ready.

zoner

Zoner: a premium theme with Google Maps and OpenStreetMap support. It has a page builder and 100% responsive design. It has 15 homepage variations and 8 color schemes.

biz

FlatAds: a classified ads theme with Google Maps integration. It is WooCommerce compatible and bbPress ready. The theme uses custom fields for categories. It is ready to be translated.

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Which one of these themes are you impressed with?

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