OpenCage Geocoding API

Convert coordinates to and from places

Worldwide · Affordable · Reliable · Open Data

SDKs and tutorials for 30+ languages and frameworks

Why OpenCage?

A trusted partner

  • Thousands of satisfied customers worldwide, tens of millions of API requests per day
  • Here today, here tomorrow. Funded by customers, not VCs - since 2013
  • Redundant EU data centers, fully GDPR compliant
  • Independently monitored uptime
  • All API requests via 256-bit SSL encryption (HTTPS)
  • Responsive customer support. Ask us anything
  • Proud corporate member of the OpenStreetMap Foundation

Great product

  • Many open gecoders behind a single API
  • Most permissive licensing in the industry
  • Cache results as long as you like
  • No vendor lock-in, display results on ANY map
  • Worldwide coverage
  • Continual updates - OpenStreetMap has over four million edits/day
Robert Theml
Using open data has many benefits, doing it via OpenCage means one less thing for us to maintain.
Robert Theml · Director · SIXT Share

Less maintenance

Affordable, predictable, transparent pricing

  • Generous free testing tier
  • No credit card required at sign up
  • Subscription and one-time plans
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  • No surge or usage charges
  • No long term commitment. Pay as you go
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Lars Boesen
Great value for money, and a responsive team. OpenCage has been a reliable partner as we've grown MileCatcher
Lars Boesen · Founder · MileCatcher

Customers around the world

Who builds OpenCage? And why?

Our mission: to make using open data easy, dependable, and much more affordable than proprietary geocoders.

Learn about the advantages of open data, the team behind the API, and how we give back to the open geospatial community.


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Data © OpenStreetMap contributors, Imagery © Martin Raifer, cc-by
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