Travel Podcasts

Japan Blog - Tokyo Osaka Nagoya Kyoto show

Japan Blog - Tokyo Osaka Nagoya KyotoJoin Now to Follow

Listen to sounds from Japan - taiko festival (matsuri) music, funky street sounds from Tokyo and groovy temple gongs.

By JapanVisitor

Tourcaster - Hong Kong Walking Audio Guide show

Tourcaster - Hong Kong Walking Audio GuideJoin Now to Follow

Spice up your stay in Hong Kong with some insight on the drug pushers, pirates, overnight financiers, speculators, government bureaucrats and desperate immigrants that turned this once “barren rock” into Asia’s World City. WALK THE TALK provides an entertaining primer on Hong Kong’s history, culture and current affairs, with stories embracing history (colonial, post-colonial and World War II), architecture and art. You’ll hear memorable anecdotes of the people behind the names of streets, famous landmarks and modern skyscrapers as you tour this amazing town on your own terms. The walk starts in the heart of Hong Kong’s financial district and takes you through some of Hong Kong’s oldest colonial landmarks and to Lan Kwai Fong, Asia’s most-happening party zone. Ready to explore? Great, let’s go! This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com.

By Tourcaster

Tourcaster - Italy - Florence - Palazzo Vecchio Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Italy - Florence - Palazzo Vecchio Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

Although the Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace) today contains the offices of Florence’s Mayor and City Council, much of it is open to the public including the Hall of the 500, the little Study of Francesco I and two of its three spectacular apartments. The vast halls and state apartments are ornately decorated in the style of the late Renaissance. Major attractions inside Palazzo Vecchio include the Room of the Lilies, Eleanora di Toledo's apartments, the Courtyard of Honor with the Putto Fountain, and Michelangelo's statue the Victory. The Quarters of Pope Leo X are being used to house Florence’s City Council and as reception rooms for the mayor and are not open to the public. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster

Tourcaster - Paris - Notre Dame Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Paris - Notre Dame Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

Start your walking tour of this notorious landmark at the center of Paris, or point zero, and make your way through the entire Cathedral. Notre Dame is considered one of the finest example of French Gothic architecture, with the western façade as the most well-known feature. The cathedral is still used as a Roman Catholic cathedral and is the seat of the Archbishop of Paris. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Paris Catacombs Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Paris Catacombs Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

The catacombs were created as a better solution to disposing of the dead in ancient Paris. The cemeteries became much too crowded and raised health concerns, hence the creation of the catacombs and the famed Pere Lachaise cemetery outside the city. Learn the myths, legends, and unexplainable truths, of this historical and cultural treasure. Bones and skulls are in plain site, therefore, this tour is not recommended for children or those who are easily disturbed, and no flash photography is allowed. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Paris - Montmartre Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Paris - Montmartre Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

At the end of the nineteenth century, Montmartre became the center of artistic and bohemian life in Paris. This hill-top community is situated in the 18th arrondissement, on the Right Bank, and is best known for the Sacré Coeur Church at it's summit. Many famous artists such as Dali and Picasso frequented this community, making it one of the principal artistic centers of Paris. The Montmartre is also home to the famous Moulin Rouge, giving the area that extra seductive flare. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Tourcaster - Paris - Pere Lachaise Cemetery Audio Tour show

Tourcaster - Paris - Pere Lachaise Cemetery Audio TourJoin Now to Follow

The world's most visited cemetery is also also the largest in Paris, and is located in the 20th arrondissement. The cemetery somewhat resembles a park, thanks to the architect who designed it and the multitude of artists who created incredible sculptural tombs and vaults. When it was first established by Napoleon, the cemetery was thought to be too far outside the city, so the administrators actually created a marketing plan. The remains of several famous people were transferred to Père-Lachaise, in hopes that the general population would jump at the chance to be buried next to a famous person. The plan worked, making it the largest cemetery in Paris today.This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com

By Tourcaster.com

Gadabout Paris on Audio show

Gadabout Paris on AudioJoin Now to Follow

We've got Paris on Audio. Articles. Stories. Life in Paris. Urban street art reviews. Restaurant reviews. Book reviews. Reviews on events, classes, tours and places. Information on very unique things to see, do and experience. Stories and experiences from expats living in Paris. Audio walking tours of Paris. And more. You name it and we've got it. All from people who have been living in Paris for years and can give the insider tips and information.

Perpignan France show

Perpignan FranceJoin Now to Follow

Perpignan is located in the south of France in the Languedoc Roussillon. WE hope you find our videos informative. They are intended to give you an idea of what the town of Perpignan is like before you visit. See video of our markets, shops and a few restaurants. Perpignan is the capital of the Pyrenees-Orientales the southern most department of the Languedoc Roussillon. Perpignan is located near the Mediterranean Sea and is only about 30kms from the Spanish border. The city retains a distinct Spanish flavour as it was once the capital of the kingdom of Majorca and later Catalonias second-largest city after Barcelona. Perpignan’s height was in the 13th and 14th centuries, when the kings of Majorca held their court here. Today it is a fascinating city to explore.

Herro Flom Japan (Podcasts & Videocasts) show

Herro Flom Japan (Podcasts & Videocasts)Join Now to Follow

An American expat living the life of the typical Japanese salaryman conducts soundseeing tours, introduces indy music and babbles.

By Rich Pav