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Tourcaster - Italy - Florence - Piazza della Signoria Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Italy - Florence - Piazza della Signoria Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

Great Discoveries self-guided audio tour provides today’s tourist with the most enjoyable and informative way to visit the Piazza della Signoria. While the Piazza del Duomo has historically provided the focus for the city’s religious obsession, Piazza della Signoria has always been the civic heart of Florence. Facing directly on the square are the Loggia della Signoria, with its three arches, and the dominant Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace), the seat of the city’s governments since 1302. Close by lies the entrance to the most exalted of Florence’s spectacular museums, the Uffizi Gallery. Piazza della Signoria houses several notable pieces of public sculpture and is a meeting place for the city’s thousands of annual visitors and Florentines alike. This magnificent square unfolds like an open-air gallery in which even the statues allude to episodes of the city’s civil history. Our carefully researched tour guides you along and identifies the Piazza’s most important buildings and statues, insuring that you will clearly understand each item’s historic and artistic significance. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com.

By Tourcaster

Rencast - Renaissance Festivals and Faires show

Rencast - Renaissance Festivals and FairesJoin Now to Follow

Renaissance festival interviews and news.

By Allen Huffman

Tourcaster - Italy - Venice - Piazza San Marco show

Tourcaster - Italy - Venice - Piazza San MarcoJoin Now to Follow

Piazza San Marco is as overwhelming as it is exhilarating; overwhelming for its size and the hordes of tourists it holds, and exhilarating because as squares go this one is nearly perfect in its shape and architectural details. Grandiose buildings and monuments define its boundaries, on its western side stands St. Mark’s Basilica, a uniquely Venetian Byzantium-Gothic building that was completed in 1094. Next to the Basilica stands the luxurious Doge Palace constructed in 1419. At the end of the square towers the tallest structure in Venice the Bell Tower. Several museums also are found on the Piazza, including the Library of Sansoviniana, and the Correr Museum. The symmetry and beauty of St. Mark’s and its Bell Tower can leave even the most callused traveler dumbstruck. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com.

By Tourcaster

Tourcaster - Old Amsterdam Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Old Amsterdam Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

Leave your wooden shoes, tulips and bicycles at home! Instead press play on your mp3 player and let our audio tour guide you through Amsterdam. The old Amsterdam audio tour will guide you through the old historic centre of Amsterdam. The tour consists of history, architecture, culture, nightlife, gastronomy, recommend place to goout and inform you on local trivia. It can be best described as ‘on the beaten track, with off the beaten track information. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour visit www.tourcaster.com

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Tourcaster - U.S. - Stroll San Francisco Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - U.S. - Stroll San Francisco Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

33 audio tours of every major neighborhood and landmark in San Francisco including Nob Hill, Union Square & the 1906 Earthquake, the Cable Cars, Chinatown, the Embarcadero, Golden Gate Bridge, the Castro, Haight-Ashbury, North Beach, the Presidio, Golden Gate Park, the Barbary Coast, the Presidio and on and on and on. Includes custom map. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com.

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Tourcaster - Paris - Da Vinci Audio Tour Part II show

Tourcaster - Paris - Da Vinci Audio Tour Part IIJoin Now to Follow

This second part of the Da Vinci tour takes place inside the Louvre, taking a closer look at masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, Madonna of the Rocks, and the Winged Victory of Samothrace which is not mentioned in the book, but a definite must see. Insert this part of the tour after stop #5 in Part I, or at a later time, it is up to you. The Grand Galerie is such an extensive exhibit of art, you could quite easily spend all day within the Louvre. The beauty of this tour is that you are in control, and can take the tour at your own pace.This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Cape Town - Waterfront and Robben Island Part I Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Cape Town - Waterfront and Robben Island Part I Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

Nestled between Table Mountain and Robben Island, at the center of Cape Town harbour, is one of Cape Town's most visited destinations. Explore the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, and enjoy shopping, wine tasting, and activities for all members of the family. There is a visitors centre in case you are in need of information for accomodations of restaurant recommendations, and this is also where the Robben Island ferry docks. This is Part I of a two part tour. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Georgian Dublin Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Georgian Dublin Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

Georgian Dublin transformed from a medieval provincial port into a bustling yet intimate city. Founded by the Vikings, Dublin has become a city where medieval cathedrals and classical buildings co-exist harmoniously. With over four million visitors a year, the third most visited city in Europe, Dublin is out to prove that it has much more to offer than just pubs. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

On the Road with eTravelogue show

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On the Road with eTravelogue is a weekly travel program containing insider tips, must-have information, and interviews with attractions suggested by YOU, the eTravelogue community. Chock full of road trip itinerary ideas!

By eTravelogue.com

killbot, DESTROY!! VideoCasts show

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A videoblog of various events, interesting encounters, music, etc. from Nagoya, Japan. Check out www.arekkusu.com for more stuff!

By Alexander Hadjidakis