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Thai - SurvivalPhrases show

Thai - SurvivalPhrasesJoin Now to Follow is an innovative and fun way of learning the Thai language and culture at your own convenience and pace. Our language training system consists of free podcast audio lessons, accompanying PDF guides, and a vibrant user community. Stop by today to learn more!


Child Passport show

Child PassportJoin Now to Follow

General requirements for child passport

By Sunny

Lonely Planet Travelcasts | Quiz show

Lonely Planet Travelcasts | QuizJoin Now to Follow

What do you know about the world? Find out with our weekly Travelcast quiz.

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Four Disney fans go in-depth with Disney in a light, fun and humorous way. Sponsored by and


Amateur Traveler Video (small) | travel for the love of it show

Amateur Traveler Video (small) | travel for the love of itJoin Now to Follow

The Amateur Traveler video edition is a video travelogue and partner podcast to the popular Amateur Traveler audio show.

By Chris Christensen

Tourcaster - San Francisco City Guide show

Tourcaster - San Francisco City GuideJoin Now to Follow

Standing on a hilly peninsula in northern California, San Francisco defies the conventional model of most major cities. For one thing, it's not a big city at all, at least not in terms of size. About 800,000 people reside in only 49 square miles, sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay. Contributing to the unique feel of the city are her breathtaking hills, which rise up to dizzying heights and reward you with stunning views of the city and the water below. If the hills and the bay are the face of San Francisco, then its heartbeat is the vast diversity, both ethnic and cultural, that enriches the feel and flavor of the city. Listen to this audio guide to get an overview of the city and helpful tips for when you get to visit the "city by the bay".


Rugby Walks show

Rugby WalksJoin Now to Follow

A short series of guided walks around this historic town in the heart of England - the home of Rugby Football and the famous Rugby School the setting for the classic 19th century novel Tom Brown's School Days.

By Jane Markham

Tourcaster - Paris - St. Germain des Pres Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Paris - St. Germain des Pres Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

The St. Germain des Prés neighborhood is one of famous patisseries, cafes, churches and gardens. Situated in the 6th and 7th arrondissements, and bordered by the Seine, this once suburb is home to the oldest church in Paris, St. Germain des Prés. Boulevard St. Germain was fashioned in the 19th century, and connects the Pont de Sully to the Pont de la Concorde. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit


Tourcaster - Hungary - Budapest Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Hungary - Budapest Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

While walking between the wise old houses of Budapest (capital of Hungary) discover its interesting sights, most of them part of the World Heritage. The guide is always with you and not only presents you the sights, but also gives you useful tips, for example where to eat a typical Hungarian "Gundel pancake". The Budapest audioguide includes also a lot of bonus surprises: - How to Get There - a short e-book that explains the public transportation system of Budapest, and gives you tips on how to get to each of the sites in the audioguide. - Hungarian Lesson - an audio and written lesson to help you learn basic Hungarian words and phrases you may need during your visit, including the name of specific Hungarian dishes. - Hungarian Folk Tale - an audio recording of a Hungarian folk tale, giving you a better understanding of the Hungarian mentality. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit

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Tourcaster - Paris City Guide show

Tourcaster - Paris City GuideJoin Now to Follow

Paris is the City of Light, the epicenter of fashion and art, and where every girl wants to go to fall in love. Possibly the most well-known and visited European city, Paris is an enchanting dichotomy of old world traditions and modern innovations. Split into two sections of land by the Seine, the Right Bank includes the grands boulevards and the city's most monumental buildings, such as the Louvre. The Left Bank is cozier, known for its bars and restaurants, and the hip, bohemian crowd that wander the streets. It is no surprise that Paris is the most popular tourist destination in the world. If you are one of the 30 million people that plan to visit Paris, either now or in the future, here is some pertinent information about the city to help you along your journey.