Put on your walking shoes and Download the Past through an informative and entertaining walking tour of Turin, Italy's first capital city. You'll discover the Majesty and Magic of Baroque Turin, with Amedeo Castellamonte, Chief Architect to the Dukes of Savoy and their Madame Royale, as your guide. As you explore the city's fabulous palaces and piazzas, long kept secrets of Italy's first royal family will be revealed along with Torino's historical past, its underground secrets and its place as a source of black and white magic, with many enticing tidbits along the way. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com.
Lima is the, highly-populated Shangri-La caught somewhere between the Amazon and the Andes. A bustling metropolis and the industrial center of modern Peru. Lima is also a destination for adventure loving travelers with a taste for something off the beaten path; a bit exotic, a bit dangerous, a bit different. Lima offers a rich mix of history, an over-abundance of wildlife, and crystal clean beaches. Walk in the steps of Ancient Incas and famous Spanish Conquistadors. Search for lost cities and undiscovered treasure, unlock the secrets of the Nazca Lines, and maybe you will find your very own private El Dorado. This audio guide offers helpful information and tips to getting around this city like a seasoned traveler.
Take a walk through the history of the Sacred Heart from the phenomenon of the Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, to mosaic of St. Michel and Joan of Arc. End this tour with one of the most spectacular views of Paris, atop the Sacré Coeur Dome. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Said to be the most isolated capitol city in the world, Perth is situated between the Indian Ocean and Darling Mountain Range. Explore the many gardens, restaurants, and museums that Perth, the City of Lights, boasts. The Western Australian Art Gallery is home to the states premier art collection, and the Kings Park offers a breathtaking view of Perth and the Swan River. From Lawson Flats, to St. Mary's Cathedral, you can absorb all this city has to offer. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com
Nestled between pristine Lake Geneva, the towering Swiss Alps and the Jura Mountains, Geneva is located among some truly breathtaking scenery. Home to the European headquarters of the United Nations as well as the International Committee of the Red Cross, it is the diplomatic center of Europe. And like all European cities, Geneva is saturated with history—it was the cradle of the Protestant Reformation and the safe-haven for thousands of religious and political exiles. Geneva is known to be one of the most international cities in the world. Over forty percent of its inhabitants are foreign-born and represent over 180 different nationalities. Located in the small country of Switzerland, Geneva has long been the cross-roads of Western Europe. It is but a short distance from Geneva to any other major Western European city. This audio guide will let you in on some key facts and sites to visit when in this truly beautiful city.