Real spatial data, e.g., detailed road networks, rivers, build- ings, parks, are not easily available for most of the world. This hinders the practicality of many research ideas that need a real spatial data for testing and experiments. Such data is often available for governmental use, or at major soft- ware companies, but it is prohibitively expensive to build or buy for academia or individual researchers. This paper presents TAREEG; a web-service that makes real spatial data, from anywhere in the world, available at the fingertips of every researcher or individual. TAREEG gets all its data by leveraging the richness of OpenStreetMap data set; the most comprehensive available spatial data of the world. Yet, it is still challenging to obtain OpenStreetMap data due to the size limitations, special data format, and the noisy na- ture of spatial data. TAREEG employs MapReduce-based techniques to make it efficient and easy to extract Open- StreetMap data in a standard form with minimal effort. Experimental results show that TAREEG is highly accurate and efficient.