Thursday, February 22, 2007

Free Audio Tour Downloads For Paris



You can't beat Rick Steves for advice about site seeing in Europe. He makes freelance touring really easy, especially if it's your first time in any given region of Europe. We used his books for most of our trip to France and we had a really fabulous time. I was excited to see recently that you can download audio files to your i-Pod for some of his Paris museum and walking tours. This will help you somewhat avoid looking like a dorky tourist walking around with your guide book open. (Note: You can disguise your tour books by covering them in pretty paper.) Hopefully more downloads will be available soon!

p.s. We took the pictures above at The Orsay museum.

2 comments:

tanya d said...

Thank you so much for this tip! I'm going to Paris at the end of March and this is perfect. I'd love any other Paris tips too, especially food-related. I'll email you soon. Love your blog!

Anonymous said...

If you want to find LOTS of audio tours for all over the world then go to tourdio.com where you can find loads of them.

They don't sell tours, just point you to webpages that do. Lots of the links are free aswell.

Guy.