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Tourcaster - Sacramento City Guide show

Tourcaster - Sacramento City GuideJoin Now to Follow

Sacramento is the booming capital of the State of California and the Gateway to the West Coast. This former outpost on the edge of the High Sierras and Gold Rush Boomtown is now the seat of political power in the third largest state in the United States. This is a business town, government town, and the end of the line for anyone that has followed the Sun to where it sets. Sacramento also offers the sights and sounds of a larger city rolled into a smaller, quainter package. Here you will find history worth learning, food worth tasting, and nightlife worth experiencing. Not to mention a vibrant hub of the Arts and Sports. This audio guide offers some interesting information that may help in planning your trip to Sacramento.

By Torucaster.com

Tourcaster - Washington DC - The National Mall Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Washington DC - The National Mall Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

The capitol of the United States is home to all three branches of Federal Government, the headquarters for the World Bank, the IMF, not to mention numerous monuments, national landmarks and museums. The District of Columbia is not of great political importance, but all is a major tourist destination. Visit the center of tourism, and take this walking tour around the National Mall. Spend as much time as you need, as this tour can take any where from two hours to two days, depending on your level of interest. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Galveston.com Video Podcast show

Galveston.com Video PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Video guide to Galveston Island, Texas from Galveston.com & Company.

By Galveston.com and Company

Galveston.com Video Podcast show

Galveston.com Video PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Galveston Island Video Podcast, from the official website of Galveston, Texas tourism, Galveston.com.

By Galveston.com and Company

Tourcaster - Washington D.C. City Guide show

Tourcaster - Washington D.C. City GuideJoin Now to Follow

Washington, D.C., capital of the United States, lies between Virginia and Maryland, resting on the banks of the Potomac River . Actually, "resting" probably isn't the right term. Here in the seat of the American government, many of the locals have important and stressful jobs, including that one guy who lives in the white house on Pennsylvania Avenue. Surprisingly, the capital city isn't that large. Of the five-and-a-half million people in the metro area, only about 600,000 live within the city limits. As a result, the city is easy to get around and rarely crowded. While Washington, D.C. is primarily home to the government, it is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The city is literally filled with historic monuments, national treasures and vast museums. About 20 million people flock to the city each year to learn about the nation's past and discover how the modern government functions. If you are traveling to D.C in the near or distant future, this guide is a great resource for helpful tips about the city.

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Athens City Guide show

Tourcaster - Athens City GuideJoin Now to Follow

Athens is the birthplace of democracy and the cradle of Western Civilization, and is quickly becoming one of Europe’s leading centers of commerce and culture. Over one third of the entire Greek population calls the city of Athens their home. Located between beautiful mountains and the sparkling Saronic Gulf, Athens is one of the sunniest cities in the whole Mediterranean. Home of the Acropolis, Parthenon, and Pathenaic Stadium, Athens boasts a wealth of historical and social monuments. This guide gives an overview of the city and all there is to explore.``

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Madrid City Guide show

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Welcome to Madrid, capital of Spain and international center of culture. After spending half a century slumbering under a totalitarian regime, this city has burst forth into the new century with rejuvenated strides in the fields of art, culture and commerce. And it's not just the museums and landmarks you'll remember. The locals, called Madrilenos, know full well what the city is like after the sun sets. Madrid's vibrant nightlife carries on into the wee hours of the morning. No wonder they invented the siesta! Whether you're here to cut loose, see the sights or just relax, Madrid is just the place for you. This audio guide offers some insight on important facts and places that could be helpful on your trip to the magnificent Madrid.

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - San Francisco City Guide show

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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".

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Classic Florence Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Classic Florence Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

Experience the historical and cultural wonders of Florence. As you walk and listen to Tourcaster’s classical tour of the city you will learn about the architectural mastery of the Duomo. As the 4th largest church in Europe, this spectacular cathedral was built to hold 10,000 people. Enjoy a fresh gelato as you stroll down the Plaza de la Signoria: the center of Florentine government and official ceremonies. Climb the terrace apartment stairs and enjoy spectacular views of the city. End your afternoon by browsing the merchant stands along the Pointe Vecchio before heading to a neighborhood Trattoria for some authentic Tuscan cuisine. From its churches to its galleries and cafes, Florence is overflowing with atmosphere. Take your time and explore. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Dublin City Guide show

Tourcaster - Dublin City GuideJoin Now to Follow

Welcome to Dublin, capital of the Irish Republic. Located on Ireland's east coast, where the River Liffey flows into the ocean, this city continues to ride a massive wave of commerce and growth. Despite its turbulent history, Dublin is a city that is coming in to its own. Dubliners are very proud of the resurgence of their town, and they celebrate this with a vibrant social scene and nightlife that can leave visitors trying to keep up. Despite the no-nonsense approach that seems to pervade Irish culture, you won't find many other cities with such a friendly and welcoming spirit. Listen to this audio city guide to learn a few helpful tips to getting around the city like a seasoned traveler.

By Tourcaster.com