Prague: Old Town Square OL

Prague, Czech Republic

Explore the heart of the old Prague with all its monuments and colorful facades. Observe a strike of the famous Astronomical Clock from the 15th century. You’ll get to know why the clock master Hanus was blinded by Prague chancellors. Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

Munich: Fascinating River Walk OL

Munich, Germany

Discover the beautiful sights along the banks of Munich's river: parks, palaces, theatres and sandy beaches.

$20.00

Grand European Churches OLT

London, Paris, Florence Telecruise

Learn about some of the most famous churches in the world. Superstructures with incredible tales built hundreds of years ago that saw many marking moments in human history. Go on location with our guides to these medieval landmarks from London, Paris and Florence.

$60.00

Peru: Cooking Class of Local Dishes OLX

Lima, Peru

Lima is known as one of the culinary capitals of the world, and in this cooking class dictated in the kitchen of Vanessa and Marek, two tour guides in love of the local flavors and Peruvian ingredients, the secrets of Ceviche and Lomo Saltado will be unveiled to you , while they tell you the history behind both dishes and all its ingredients, teach you the techniques, and help you the cook these Peruvian classics to impress your guests at any time.

$40.00

Venice: Rialto Market & Red District OL

Venice, Italy

Enjoy a stroll through the Rialto Market, where locals buy fish and local veg everyday. Then, leave the crowds and discover the former red light district of Venice!

$20.00

Rome: Birth of the Roman Empire OLX

Rome, Italy

Do you know the legend of the birth of Rome? Have you ever heard about the She-wolf and the twins, Romulus and Remus? Join this teletour to learn the legend and to see the most spectacular view of the Roman Forum! Starting from the legend of foundation to Julius Cesar, Augustus and Trajan, the emperors whoc marked and extended Roman Empire the most. Ask questions or listen in!

$40.00

Cartagena: The Old Town OL

Cartagena, Colombia

Considered one of the most beautiful clock towers in the world by BBC Travel, Cartagena’s Clock Tower is a must-see. This is probably the most representative landmark in Cartagena, “La Torre de Reloj”. Find out why the Portal de los Dulces is the sweetest part of town. Ask questions or simply listen in!

$20.00

Paris: A Night at the Opera Part 2 AC

Paris, France

Palais Garnier stage and Grand Foyer: as the night progresses, we discover the stage and seating area, and all the details architect Garnier included which made his opera hall one of the most modern of his times. Can you guess how old he was when he built the Opera? You’ll be surprised for sure… Do you know how he dealt with acoustics? You’ll be even more surprised!
Oh but wait, this is intermission, let’s stroll the Grand Foyer and enjoy the view of 19th century Paris on the terrace. Let me introduce you to god Apollo and his muses dancing on the ceiling as well as a few other magic creatures… Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

Singapore: City Centre Walking Tour OLX

Singapore

Join us on a live virtual walking tour of the historically-rich Civic District of Singapore. Located in the city center, this 60-minute teletour will cover the history of Singapore from its founding in 1819 as a trading settlement of the British East India Company, and as a British colony, and the post-war period of Singapore.
Discover the key landmarks of the Civic District and where history comes to life in the form of interesting stories, images and archive photos.

$40.00

Washington: United States Capitol OL

Washington D.C.

From its humble beginnings to the center of a a sprawling complex, the story of the Capitol is also the story of the country. Soaring above the center of Washington on the hill designer of Washington Peter L’Enfant called a pedestal, the Capitol invites all in to understand the country better. Over the past two centuries, it has also acquired stories, from the basement rooms filled with tubs used by members of Congress, to the top of the dome surmounted by a statue of Freedom whose casting was overseen by a man who was anything but free.

$20.00

Beautiful European Castles OLT

Dresden, Munich, Prague Telecruise

Visit 3 European castles in less than 2 hours! Guests will travel hundreds of miles and hundreds of years as they are hosted by a team of expert guides who will each be on location in their own city at their own unique castle. In Dresden you will find the gardens and richly decorated pavilions and galleries lined with balustrades, figures and vases that bore witness to the magnificence of the Moritzburg Palace where expansive festivities and notorious romances took place in the early 18th century. Prague Castle, one of the largest castle complexes in the world, is a fairytale-like fortress that looks down on the city from its prime perch on the left bank of the Vltava river where Czech monarchs ruled, lived, and loved for centuries. Munich’s Residence, built at the edge of the mediaeval city in the 1363 as a citadel was eventually transformed into a magnificent palace for over five centuries and served as the seat of the Bavarian dukes, electors and kings. Its buildings and gardens now extend into the town and were almost all built in different eras. Have a glimpse into some of the courtyards, listen to intriguing stories and find out why the Bavarian kings never wore a crown. Ask your guides questions or just relax and enjoy your Castle Cruise!

$60.00

Worldwide Pantheon Architectural Tour OL

Rome, St. Petersburg, Washington Telecruise

Start at the Pantheon in Rome, discover two other amazing buildings inspired by it: St. Isaac in St. Petersburg, and the Jefferson memorial in Washington DC. Ask a question! Don't just listen in.

$60.00

Munich: The Bavarian Fairytale Castle AC

Bavaria, Germany

What a castle - what a name! A true tongue twister, its literal translation means „New Swanstone“. The entire region where the castle is located is dedicated to the white elegant bird, Schwangau - „Swan region“. It is as romantic as out sounds. Not even two hours driving from the metropolitan area of Munich you feel transported into another time. Well, at least in fall and winter. In the summer - normally - it becomes a highly frequented sight, the number one sightseeing attraction in Bavaria. But still. „I want to remain a mystery to myself and everybody else“: Bavarian fairytale king Ludwig II had it built as his personal hideaway. The castle on a high rock at the foothills of the Bavarian Alps in not easy to reach. To get all the way up there it even takes a little bit of hiking. Every step of the way is worth it and tells you at the same time: This king definitely wanted to be by himself. Learn about this mysterious king, his life, his dreams and his secrets on my armchair tour. Join the conversation or just listen in.

$40.00

Washington: Cool Stuff at Smithsonian AC

Washington DC, USA

Find out some cool secrets about the Smithsonian! Ask questions or simply listen in!

$20.00

Antarctica: Attention Penguins! AC

Antarctica

How much do you know about Penguins? Can penguins fly? Can they be eaten by Polar bears? What is they favorite food? Why are they black and white? Who's the fastest penguin? Which one's the smartest? Join in in this tour and I will tell you all about these beautiful birds! Ask a question! Don't just listen in.

$20.00

Bucharest: Biggest Building in Europe OL

Bucharest, Romania

The Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest is a building that has set many records. It is the largest Parliament building as well as the heaviest and most expensive administrative construction in the world. This palace was built at the command of one of the most infamous Communist leaders in history, Nicolae Ceausescu. Its construction led to a complete transformation of Bucharest and the largest scale destruction of a city during peaceful times. Learn about how large sections of the city were demolished to create enough space for this project. Discover which country inspired the Romanian dictator to carry out his megalomaniac vision. Find the links between the Palace of the Parliament and the Keops Pyramid in Egypt. Get social and ask a question!

$20.00

Rome: Best Panoramic Views at Sunset OLX

Rome, Italy

Discover one of the most beautiful Roman public terrace. The Pincio Hill was one of the most popular among the ancient people for its beautiful panoramic view. Napoleon turned it into a beautiful Garden and today it is one of the most popular attractions in Rome.

$40.00

Lisbon: Witness of Great Discoveries OL

Lisbon, Portugal

This tour is dedicated to the area of the city that tells us more about one of the essential periods in the History of Portugal – the Maritime Discoveries of the 15th and 16th centuries.
It was at the mouth of the Tagus river, in the neighborhood that is now known as Belém, that the caravels coming from the new lands moored, bringing the most fascinating and exotic products.
The Tower of Belém was the most important witness of all this period. Let's discover its stories and history but also take a good look at the surroundings of the tower.

$20.00

Florence: Ponte Vecchio OL

Florence, Italy

Discover one of the symbols of Florence, a bridge that has gone through almost 700 years of history, surviving wars and floods! Join my presentation to find out why Ponte Vecchio has become the most favourite place by goldsmiths and silversmiths and what makes it such a unique place in the world!

$20.00

Munich: Art Walk OL

Munich, Germany

Munich is a spectacular city with a long history and one which is filled with exquisite art at each corner. Whether we are talking about the old architecture of Munich's buildings or the statues that adorn its squares or the new art creations exhibited in public places, this German city is a feast for the eye. Join us to discover all these treasures!

$20.00

Paris: The Eiffel Tower Episode 3 AC

Paris, France

Eternal and Modern – The tower today
How can an old piece of rusted iron still fascinate 6 million visitors nowadays?
In this episode let’s uncover the truth about the tower’s magic: did you know that for the past twenty years, the tower starts glittering? How modern is it and what has been kept from the original design? We will see that the tower has had to adapt to modern challenges including sustainability!!
From art to movies and luxury brands, in this last episode, let’s look at the tower from a more poetic perspective and be enchanted again and again… Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

Washington: The Vietnam Memorial OL

Washington D.C.

Dedicated to those who fought and died in the 18 years that the United States fought in this southeast Asian country; it was as bitterly divisive while being designed as the war was argued over back home. No look at this memorial is complete without the stories of those who made it a reality, and a look at the meaning of its features both large and small, including the names of three of the women honored in one of the statue groups. Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

St.Petersburg: Peter & Paul Fortress OLX

St. Petersburg, Russia

Did you know that Peter and Paul Fortress in Saint Petersburg is the place where the history of the Russian Empire started and in a way was put to an end? Join us for a walking tour along the territory of one of the oldest sights of the city to learn some history facts and open a few secrets. Besides this, we will also get to visit the superb Peter & Paul Cathedral. Join in and ask questions!

$40.00

Lisbon: The Upper Town OLX

Lisbon, Portugal

The Upper Town, overlooking the river and the Old City, results from the urban expansion, that happened in the 16th century. Going through the narrow and cobbled streets of the neighborhood, you will discover beautiful façades, old churches and convents and the fascinating elevators and funiculars of Lisbon. Chiado leads the way to the downtown but it surprises thanks to the old and historical shops, Cafés, Theaters and museums.

$40.00

Munich: Max-Joseph-Platz OL

Munich, Germany

A large square in the heart of Munich, Max-Joseph-Platz was named after the king Maximilian Joseph. It boasts one of the biggest royal residences in Europe, the Residenz, which was built over 650 years! Discover why Mozart never lived in Munich, although it was on of his life long dreams. Find out where several Wagner’s operas premiered. Join the conversation or listen in.

$20.00

Washington: Lincoln Memorial OL

Washington D.C.

Bookending the National Mall, two and a half miles from the Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial serves as a silent tribute to the President who guided the country through its darkest hours. Since its opening almost one hundred years ago, it has also become a backdrop to history, whether concerts, protests or movies. No trip to Washington is complete without a visit here, and an opportunity to learn some of the stories that took place here – including being hit by gunfire during the second world war. Ask a question or just listen in.

$20.00

Dresden: Germany's Hidden Gem OLX

Dresden, Germany

Rising from the ruins: that really happens in Dresden! Follow me from the history to the present. Why the Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady) in Dresden looks like a huge puzzle today? In Dresden you find the Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady) direct on the Neumarkt (New Market Place) in the heart of the city. The place and the baroque Church is important from the 17th century on, even after their destruction, through the communist time, reunification in Germany, till today. And why the Frauenkirche is so well decorated full of color, gold and pictures? Why the citizens spend so much effort to create such a outstanding protestant lutheran church? Join the tour, discover the Neumarkt/ New Market Place, and hear more about the rebuilding of the church with the money from all over the world. Get social and ask a question!

$40.00

Washington: Smithsonian Castle OL

Washington D.C.

Whose body lies in the Smithsonian Castle and what does the Carousel outside on the National Mall have to do with the American Civil Rights Movement? Find out as your guide regales you with tales of a history making pony ride and how the Smithsonian Institution owes its existence to the illegitimate child of an English Duke! Also learn about the American Bison that once called the National Mall home and why it is called the National Mall in the first place. Ask questions and socialize!

$20.00

London: St Paul's & surroundings OLX

London, UK

Our tour starts outside the spectacular St Paul’s cathedral, London Stock Exchange then beautiful London views from the Millennium Bridge and onto Shakespeare’s Globe theatre and the south side of the River for more amazing views of the City of London.

$40.00

Madrid: The Royal Palace OL

Madrid, Spain

The magnificent baroque palace was built after the fire of the old Alcazar of the Hapsburgs in 1734 on the same site. It is the largest in Western Europe. It houses more than 3000 rooms, some of which can be visited and admired.
The Royal Palace is now King Philip VI official residence, but he does not live there. However the building is used by his Majesty for official occasions, such as gala dinners, welcoming new ambassadors, the military Paschal or various Royal receptions. The interiors are richly decorated with frescoes, delicate fabrics, marble, paintings, porcelain and houses an exquisite collection of clocks.
The experience of visiting Madrid's Royal Palace is unique in Europe .

$20.00

Florence Walk: the Duomo Square OL

Florence, Italy

The incredible history of the Dome construction in 30’! Learn how Brunelleschi - the greatest architect of Renaissance - built it without using a single scaffolding to support it and how this dome became a model for St. Peter’s Dome, St.Paul’s Dome and even Washington Building! The stunning beauty of the Duomo square with its Duomo (Cathedral), Belltower and Baptistery will leave you speechless!Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

Buenos Aires: The Best Concert Hall OL

Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Teatro Colón is the Crown jewel of the city of Buenos Aires and the Best Opera house in the Americas. Do you know that when it was built in 1909 Argentina was one of the richest countries in the world? the Teatro Colón elevated Buenos Aires to the level of the great capitals of the world and suitable of the title “Paris is South America”. Did you know Teatro Colón is today the biggest opera house in classic style and remarkably famous for its acoustical performance? The Acoustical Society of America ranks Teatro Colón as no. 1 acoustics among all opera houses in the World. Join our teletour to discover this masterpiece! Ask questions or listen in!

$20.00

Washington: Library of Congress AC

Washington D.C.

Do you know which library has the largest collection in the world? There is a debate between the Library of Congress, United States with its estimated catalogued size at 164 million plus and the British Library, United Kingdom with its estimated catalogued size at 150 million plus. Find out why World Atlas says the
U.S. Library of Congress has the British Library beat and also learn about the underground tunnels connecting The Library of Congress to some of its important neighbors! Ask questions and socialize!

$20.00

Rome: Pantheon & Piazza Navona OLX

Rome, Italy

The best-preserved roman monument ever! Would you like to live the experience of entering into a roman temple as if you were an ancient Roman? Do you want to try…well, the Pantheon is there for you! And it has been there for 2000 years. Join the conversation or just listen in.

$40.00

Bucharest: Little Paris OL

Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest, the capital city of Romania, has a very rich and surprising heritage when it comes to architecture. Join us and discover why Bucharest became known as Little Paris at the end of the 19th century, the buildings that remind people of the famous French metropola and how the French influenced Romanian history and culture.

$20.00

Lisbon: Fascinating Alfama Quarter OLX

Lisbon, Portugal

Alfama is the oldest neighborhood of Lisbon!
Inhabited by many peoples and cultures, it is nowadays a mixture of influences and so it became one of the most fascinating places to walk around the city.
During this tour, we will see the Cathedral and Saint Anthony's Church, cradle of the most popular and cherished Saint of Lisbon! We will also walk through some amazingly narrow streets and finish at Casa dos Bicos, an unique monument, today a museum of the only Portuguese winner of the Nobel Prize of Literature, José Saramago.
Here, on the hill of Alfama, the viewpoints dazzle our eyes with white churches, flashy orange rooftops, blue and white tiles, colorful façades, the crystal blue river and if we are lucky even the famous yellow tramways! From the top, not only do we have beautiful views , but we can also better understand the narrow and labyrinth structure of Alfama. Going downhill, we emerge ourselves on the little maze like cobbled streets until we get closer to the old city wall, across the former jewish neighborhood.

$40.00

Berlin: The Most Famous Avenue OL

Berlin, Germany

Walk along the most important avenue in the former Eastern part of Berlin: Unter den Linden. Explore the many historical and significant buildings that are lining up this street: from the oldest university, the tallest structure in the city to the beautiful Brandenburg Gate.

$20.00

Rome Walk: Piazza Venezia OL

Rome, Italy

Wedding Cake or monument? Both! There's a huge monument in Rome that is so white and so much decorated that has earned this funny nickname. But what it really is?Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

Paris Food: Snails & Croissants (AC)

Paris, France

Well we're probably not all gourmet chefs but we certainly love eating and talking about food! Join me on a tour of the most iconic and savoury French dishes: from frog legs and Snails to crêpes and croque-monsieur... which you can make at home! And by the way, how many different types of cheeses do you think there are in France? What's the secret of bread and croissants?
And let's not forget dessert: "éclairs", "tarte tatin" and more... A teaspoon of history and 10 oz. of pleasure for a yummy tour of French food? Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

Rome Walk: Capitol Hill & Colosseum OL

Rome, Italy

Explore Rome on foot from the Capitol Hill to the Colosseum. Do you know the legend of the birth of Rome? Have you ever heard about the She-wolf and the twins, Romulus and Remus? Join this teletour to learn the legend and see the most spectacular view of the Roman Forum! Then learn all about the lives of gladiators. Ask questions and be curious!

$40.00

Madrid: Puerta del Sol OL

Madrid, Spain

There is no gate at the Puerta del Sol or the sun´s gate. However, the square is facing the east, where the sun rises. Once outside the city walls, it was on the way to the important cities of Alcalá de Henares and Guadalajara, as well as the road to the Hieronymus Monastery and Sanctuary of our Lady of Atocha .
Puerta del Sol is the kilometer 0 where all the national roads depart and it is the historical center of the city. It has witnessed important historical events, such as the Uprising of the people of Madrid against Napoleonic troops on May 2nd 1808, later painted by Goya the Revolution La Gloriosa in 1868 or the Proclamation of the 2nd Republic.
Today Puerta del Sol is the city's crowdest place and people still gather under the 19th century clock before midnight to celebrate the New Year.

$20.00

Munich: English Garden Surfers OL

Munich, Germany

Created at the end of the 18th century, the “English Garden” is one of the largest urban parks in the world. It was designed to resemble an English style country park. Don’t be surprised when you spot a group of surfers trying to catch a wave on one of the streams in the park! Ask your guide about the the Japanese tea house and the German beer garden. And of course don’t forget to add the Chinese tower to the list. And picture a Bavarian brass band playing live music on the second floor of the Chinese tower! Enjoy a tour of this kaleidoscopic park!

$20.00

Ushuaia: The End of the World Train OL

Ushuaia, Argentina

Are you a fan of steam locomotives? Do you enjoy history and nature?
During this tour we will be visiting the southernmost train station in the world which was built to commemorate the old convicts train who used to ride it to transport wood from the nearby forest. You will see the locomotives and the mountains of the Andes surrounding it. Get social and ask a question!

$20.00

London: Westminster Classic Sights OLX

London, UK

Our tour starts in the heart of London in Parliament Square, we will see Westminster Abbey, our Coronation church, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, many famous monuments then a short walk up the Mall and St James’s Park to see several Royal Palaces and Buckingham Palace.

$40.00

Paris Superheroes for Telekids AC

Paris, France

You’re dreaming of Paris? Let’s discover Paris in the company of the Aristocats, Ratatouille and Ladybug. Enjoy an unusual family armchair tour of Paris iconic views with your favorite heroes! Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

Ushuaia: City at World's End OL

Ushuaia, Argentina

Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world so it was difficult to populate. There were many attempts to bring Argentinians down to Ushuaia and one of them was the creation of a Penal Colony in the late 1800s. Did you know prisoners built most of it? Join this tour to learn interesting stories of famous criminals and life of convicts. Get social and ask a question!

$20.00

Ushuaia: Natives & Whalers OL

Ushuaia, Argentina

Tierra del Fuego Island was first spotted by Magellan in 1520, but it wasn’t until the mid 1800s when missionaries and whalers got interested in this part of the world. Do you know why? Did you know whale oil was very important in the 1800s? Do you know where the British got theirs? The southern part of the island was inhabited by a group of natives who lived in a very strange way…would you like to know more? Join this tour and find out how life was for the natives and how it changed with the arrival of missionaries and sailors. Get social and ask a question!

$20.00

Top 10 Fastest Land Animals AC

Terra

Let's explore together the fastest animals in the world. Learn about how they reach such high speeds and why they need such a superpower to survive! Ask questions and join the chat!

$20.00

Berlin & Washington DC OLX

Berlin, Germany and Washington DC, USA

Multi-destination telecruise. Get social and ask a question!

$40.00

Berlin: Television Tower OL

Berlin, Germany

The Television Tower in Berlin is probably the most recognizable structure in the city. This is also because it is the tallest by far. It was built during the Communist regime in East Berlin and captured the imagination of the public. Join us to find out all these incredible stories from our local guide.

$20.00

Washington: Jefferson Memorial OL

Washington D.C.

Dedicated to the third President of the United States, the Jefferson Memorial overlooks the Tidal Basin and the White House. Outwardly simple in its classical elegance, its features large and small tell of the man often regarded as the greatest thinker to inhabit the White House. While its beginnings were mired in controversy, and there even was a protest on the day that construction began, today, the memorial attracts millions of visitors drawn by its location, architecture and meaning – and a statue that was swapped out a few years after being placed. Ask questions and join the conversation.

$20.00

Cartagena Walking Tour & Clock Tower OLX

Cartagena, Colombia

Walk through the street of the most beautiful Colombian city at night... ask questions or simply listen in!

$40.00

Rome: Vatican City Walk OL

Vatican

Discover curiosities in the world's smallest independent State. Why is the Vatican City so small? How many people live there? Where does the Pope live? Did you know that the State of the Church in the past (a past which is not so far!) was much more widespread? So what happened? Ask questions and socialize!

$20.00

Peru: Lima's Bohemian Neighborhood OLX

Lima, Peru

Barranco, known as the romantic and bohemian district, it is also home of Lima’s artists and poets. In this virtual tour we will see its colorful street art and learn about the history of this exclusive 19th-century beach resort for Lima’s high society and European immigrants, who were in part builders of the Limenian identity. Get to know some of its historic figures, culinary traditions and more.

$40.00

St. Petersburg: St. Isaac’s Cathedral OL

St. Petersburg, Russia

333 ft high and 300,000 tons weight, St.Isaac’s Cathedral is among the biggest churches in the world. In XIX century, to build to build such a huge construction the architect had to use state of the art technologies and even establish a whole new industry. Join us for a tour to learn more about the unique techniques and extraordinary materials that made this building survive all the turmoils of the past 150 years. Just ask questions and socialize!

$20.00

Dresden: Royal Castle & Elbe River OLX

Dresden, Germany

The Residential Castle in the heart of the old city centre of Dresden has been the center of power for the Saxon electors and kings for 600 years. Well, fashion, needs and style has changed over time. The four-wing castle was originally built in the 14th century, were nobility and knights needs space for jousting and tournaments. Where do we find today these parts at castle? In between time, the castle was destroyed by a fire in 1701. It was rebuilt under August the Strong with decorated staircases – the stages of the baroque splendor. Why did they need such wide steps? Today the courtyard with the colonnades has been covered with a modern transparent roof construction. So, lets see how the combination between the preserved historical parts of the castle with the 21st century architecture works for you! And what's inside? The unique treasury of the rulers of saxony, called the Green Vault! What a name for a treasure chamber that housed the biggest green diamond in world. So join the tour and find out. Ask questions or listen in!

$40.00

Ushuaia: Gate to Antarctica OL

Ushuaia, Argentina

Antarctica is the last unspoiled continent in the World and home for the largest colonies of penguin. If you want to visit, Ushuaia is the gate to do it, do you know why? Would you like to learn about the difference between the north and the south pole? Did you know Antarctica is ruled by the Antarctic treaty? Do you know what that means? Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

Rome: From Antiquity to Modern City OLX

Rome, Italy

This tour is a journey throughout the history of Rome, from the ancient times, to Renaissance to a modern city. We start from the Capitol hill and go down to the Venice Square to discover how Rome developed throughout the centuries.

$40.00

Paris: The French Revolution OL

Paris, France

Get one of the best views over Paris AND full understanding of the French Revolution in one tour!
The Tuileries Garden and Place de la Concorde happen to offer some of the best views over the City of Lights but they are also the best place to talk about how and why the French got rid of their kings and queens. How and why did the French get rid of their kings? What was the « bloody reign of terror »? Was the guillotine a real improvement? Did Queen Marie-Antoinette actually said « Let them eat cake »? Relax, enjoy the view and the stories!

$20.00

Venice: Saint Mark's Square OLX

Venice, Italy

This is the ideal tour for those who would like to discover the highlights in Saint Mark's Square. The purpose of this experience is to guide you through through the discovery of the charming buildings of this area of the city, including the Basilica of St. Mark, the Doge's Palace, the Bell Tower, the Clock Tower and the ‘Procuratie’ and of course the Bridge of Sighs.
We will focus on those details that you probably would never notice while exploring this area on your own, unveiling the signs that the time left on each one of these amazing and unique masterpieces.
The tour will take place early in the morning, when the city is still sleeping and the square is empty, so you'll be able to feel the incredible atmosphere of the stunning and fascinating heart of Venice.

$40.00

Dresden: New Town & Students Quarter OL

Dresden, Germany

Discover the new and lively part of Dresden, where the students live and go out to socialize.

$20.00

Berlin: Holocaust Memorial OL

Berlin, Germany

The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, or Holocaust Memorial for short, in the historic center of Berlin commemorates the approximately six million Jews who were murdered under the rule of Adolf Hitler and the National Socialists. The memorial, which was designed by Peter Eisenman, consists of 2,711 cuboids concrete steles. It was built south of the Brandenburg Gate and was inaugurated in May 2005. The memorial and the associated information center are looked after by the Foundation Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe. Ask questions or listen in!

$20.00

Washington: Korean War Memorial OL

Washington D.C.

Often called the forgotten war, the Korean War remains in the shadow of World War II and the Vietnam War. Nonetheless, the sacrifices made by the millions of troops from around the world that fought there are owed recognition. Begun as an explicit counterpoint to the recently opened Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, the final installation acts more as a continuation of the former’s message. The Korean War Memorial ensures that this war is forgotten no more. Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

St.Petersburg: Nevsky Prospect OLX

St. Petersburg, Russia

The Nevsky prospect - is the central avenue of Saint Petersburg. In 2019, CNN Travel included the Nevsky as one of the top 10 most beautiful avenues of the world. And we cannot agree more. Join us for a tour of the oldest and most beautiful part of the avenue to know why it’s called the Street of Tolerance and the Street of Banks at the same time. Socialize!

$40.00

Washington: US Supreme Court OL

Washington D.C.

Do you know about the highest court in the United States? You might think that you do, but join this teletour to find out why the highest court in the land is actually a basketball court! We’ll also share stories about some of our current and past Supreme Court Justices and a little history about how court used to be conducted in a basement before the Supreme Court Building was built. Ask questions and socialize!

$20.00

Jewish Heritage OLT

Prague, Buenos Aires, Madrid Telecruise

Learn about the history and extraordinary influence of the Jewish communities living in 3 different cities from Europe and South America: Prague, Madrid and Buenos Aires. Go on location to the historical landmarks linked with the Jewish heritage in all these places.

$60.00

Madrid: The Main Square OL

Madrid, Spain

A city market originally located outside the walls, it was designed as a regular square in 1617 by Royal architect Gómez de Mora and burnt several times, the worst in 1790. It presents two significant buildings: the city Bakery and Butchery.
The Madrid Main Square or Plaza Mayor was the venue for theatrical plays , tournaments, bullfights, carnival celebrations , even inquisition trials and executions.
A red hearted space built for the glory of the Spanish capital and its Catholic Monarchy .

$20.00

Paris: A stroll around the Louvre OL

Paris, France

We all know the world famous Louvre Museum and its many treasures but have you ever taken some time to stroll the grounds around it? From the quiet hidden Palais Royal gardens to the stunning pyramid of the Louvre and the elegant Tuileries garden, this tour covers one of the most elegant district in the city of lights. Join us, enjoy and feel free to ask questions!

$20.00

Paris Walk: The Eiffel Tower OL

Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower on location. Needs no introduction... Join, ask questions and socialize!

$20.00

Berlin: Monumental Gendarmenmarkt OL

Berlin, Germany

Discover Gendarmenmarkt, the exquisite square built in 1668 in the center of Berlin. Find out the incredible stories behind the architectural ensemble featuring the Berlin concert hall and two identical and symmetrical structures: the French and German Churches.

$20.00

Rome: Colosseum & Gladiators OLX

Rome, Italy

The Colosseum was built by the Romans, but what happened to it after the Roman Empire collapsed? It has always been there, as a silent observer. Did you know that it become a fortification? That people lived and worked in there? And what about the Colosseum during the World War II? Or the Constantine Gate standing next to it? Join the conversation or just listen in.

$40.00

Washington: Martin Luther King Statue OL

Washington D.C.

The newest of the major memorials in Washington D.C., this 35-foot statue of the civil rights leader looks out over the Tidal Basin to the Jefferson Memorial. Based on a line from King’s most famous oration, the statue greets visitors from around the world. While controversial in its design and execution, it has quickly become a most-see site when visiting the nation’s capital, in spite of having been edited after installation. Listen, learn and ask some questions!

$20.00

Washington: The Roosevelt Memorial OL

Washington D.C.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the longest-serving President of the United States, and guided the country through two great calamities. It is therefore only right that he also has the largest memorial. In stone, water, and bronze, it tells the story of this President. Follow us as we help retell the story, along with the stories of two of his companions: Eleanor Roosevelt and Fala the dog. Ask questions and join the conversation.

$20.00

Dresden: Beautiful River Walk OL

Dresden, Germany

Germany's most beautiful view over the Elbe river is in Dresden. Most of the sights of Dresden are right in the old town and can be seen from the banks of the Elbe. Take a walk with our Teletourguide along the banks of the Elbe over the Augustus Bridge into the old town and discover with us the cityscapes that have inspired painters and artists from all over the world.
Dresden's old town silhouette is one of the most beautiful in Germany. Funny stories about architecture and history are told. Discover a beautiful piece of
German cultural history. Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

Lisbon: Rooftops & Narrow Streets OL

Lisbon, Portugal

Welcome to Lisbon's old town!
Here we are on the hill of Alfama where the viewpoints dazzle our eyes with white churches, flashy orange rooftops, blue and white tiles, colorful façades, the crystal blue river and if we are lucky even the famous yellow tramways! From the top, not only do we have beautiful views , but we can also better understand the narrow and labyrinth structure of Alfama. Going downhill, we emerge ourselves on the little maze like cobbled streets until we get closer to the old city wall, across the former jewish neighborhood.

$20.00

Lisbon: The Main Square OL

Lisbon, Portugal

Praça do Comércio or Commerce Square is the widest and the most impressive square in town!
It is located by the Tagus river and for many centuries it was the visit card of the portuguese capital, as the main harbour was located nearby.
We also call it Terreiro do Paço , because of the Royal Palace (Paço) built here after the discovery of the seaway to India in 1498.
Standing here, our eyes reach the highest hill of Lisbon with the Saint George’s castle, Bairro Alto, the Arch of Rua Augusta, as well as the equestrian Statue of Joseph I.
Ready to feel the greatness of this city from.the Commerce Square?

$20.00

Lisbon: Jeronimos Monastery & Sweets OLX

Lisbon, Portugal

On this tour we will take you to the Jerónimos Monastery, a remarkable monument with an amazing history and a unique architectural style, only to be found in Portugal.
We will imagine the Arrivals and Departures of the caravels at the old beach of Belém. We will observe the portals and the delicate details of this monument.
And not to be missed is the Old Factory of the Pastéis de Belém, where the custard tarts are still made following the original recipe.

$40.00

Prague: The National Boulevard OL

Prague, Czech Republic

Explore a vivid boulevard where students fought for our freedom in 1989. Enjoy colorful architecture of the boulevard where the intellectuals and artists still gather. Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

Florence Walk: Signoria Square OL

Florence, Italy

One of the most beautiful squares in the world, a true open air museum boasting wonderful masterpieces of sculpture! In the shadow of the awe inspiring Palazzo Vecchio, the ancient residence of the Medici Family, we will discover how these statues were actually political statements of power. From the amazing Perseus to Michelangelo’s David and the Abduction of the Sabine women, you will be surprised to know how much a statue can tell! Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

Munich: The Most Beautiful Square OL

Munich, Germany

Many historical landmarks are located in Odeonsplatz, an area in Munich where many of the buildings look Italian. Learn about the one built to celebrate the birth of an heir to the Bavarian throne. Join the tour and socialize!

$20.00

Munich: Kingdom to Nazi-Dictatorship OL

Munich, Germany

The King’s Square, Konigsplatz, was built in the 18th century under King Ludwig I, who was a great supporter of all things Greece and a nonconformist. He wanted the square to be the main entrance to the city of Munich, the center of arts, the Athens of Isar River - hence the presence of classical buildings. Learn why the king abdicated. Guess who held their propaganda events in the square in the 1930s. Ask your guide where the art stolen by the Nazis was stored. Learn more about the dark history of the Third Reich. Join the conversation or listen in.

$20.00

Singapore: The Amazing Story OL

Singapore

Find out about how Singapore transformed from a small fishing village to become a big cosmopolitan city and powerful global player. This teletour aims to share knowledge and the main sights from the old and the new Singapore.
While exploring the city centre, the guide will cover the history of Singapore from its founding in 1819 as a trading settlement of the British East India Company and as a British colony, followed by the post-war period of Singapore.

$20.00

Paris: The Eiffel Tower Episode 2 AC

Paris, France

Against all odds, Eiffel made it! And his tower is a success, but how long will it last… the answer is: 20 years, that is the plan.
Well, that was the initial plan… How come it is still standing today?
In this rather eventful episode, the tower will survive a planned dismantling, two world wars and go through such dire straits that it will be used as a giant billboard… not to mention Mr Lustig, who set up the most incredible scam using the tower! Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

Bologna: Former Jewish Ghetto OL

Bologna, Italy

The history of the Jewish community of Bologna is a long and controversial one, closely connected with the history of the city itself.
We had one of the most ancient Jewish settlements, an early chair in Hebraism at the University, some important Jewish printeries and a renowned school of talmudic studies. On the other hand Bologna was also one of the first cities to adopt the papal edict which marked the beginning of the jewish ghetto's time.
The history of Bolognese Jews is tormented, alternating periods of integration and connection and times of hostility and segregation. This fascinating story is written in the narrow streets and alleys of the former jewish ghetto, and in this tour you will discover it.

$20.00

Munich: BMW Headquarters OL

Munich, Germany

The BMW area, near the Olympia park in Munich, consists of the BMW factory, the BMW Four Cylinder headquarters, and the BMW World, the distribution center and show room. Whether a car enthusiast or not, the BMW area is a must see in Munich. Learn about the evolution of BMW products, from aircrafts to motorcycles and luxury cars. Sneak a peek into the world of the future through exhibits of cars not yet on the market. The BMW complex is a blend of history, technology, innovation and culture. Join the tour!

$20.00

Nuremberg 1930s Nazi Rally Grounds AC

Nuremberg, Germany

Discover the story of the grounds where 6 major Nazi rallies were organized during the 1930s in Nuremberg. The site stretches across 11 square km. Find out what happened to them and what they are used for nowadays.

$20.00

Prague: The 18th Century District OL

Prague, Czech Republic

Enjoy a stroll through a district that hasn’t change much since the 18th century. Starting with a magnificent view of Prague, we will walk down the picturesque street lined with houses of beautiful facades with the unique signs until we reach a main square of the area with its dominant, a Baroque Church of St. Nicholas. Explore the area that inspired many artists throughout the centuries. Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

NYC: The Magnificent Train Station AC

New York, USA

Explore one of the most daring projects anyone ever completed, learn about the largest private investment that would benefit the public and how the French saved the day. Discover how the 4th largest building in the world enjoyed a brief existence in NY and how many people traveled every year through the monumental train station. Join the conversation or just listen in.

$20.00

Paris: A Night at the Opera Part 3 AC

Paris, France

The dark side of the Opera House: behind the gold and the marble, another show might be going on backstage… what about the little dancers who can barely make a living with their art? Have you heard about a secret room called “Foyer de la danse”?
Guess who is lurching in the dark, near the underground lake?
Are you suddenly hearing voices from the past? Let me tell you why… Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00

Capitol Hill: Rome & Washington OLX

Rome, Washington Telecruise

Explore Rome on foot from the Capitol Hill to the Colosseum. Do you know the legend of the birth of Rome? Have you ever heard about the She-wolf and the twins, Romulus and Remus? Join this teletour to learn the legend and see the most spectacular view of the Roman Forum! Then discover how the US capitol in Washington DC was inspired from the ancient Roman Republic. Ask questions and be curious!

$40.00

Art around the world OLT

Prague, Munich, Florence Telecruise

Explore some of the most spectacular art created around the world on our telecruise. Travel to 3 different locations within 90 minutes and listen to the stories shared live and on location from our guides about the art - paintings, statues, buildings - that marked their cities.
Every time we introduce new destinations and art works on this telecruise so join us to learn more about the world!

$60.00

Prague: Scenic River Walk OL

Prague, Czech Republic

Take a stroll along the shores of the beautiful main river that crosses through Prague - the Vltava. See the spectacular architectures and views while hearing the fascinating stories about the famous people who lived here.

$20.00

Vatican City & St. Peter's Square OLX

Vatican

2000 years of history in 30'! The biggest Church in the world wasn't built in a day. To build such a huge and massive church you need geniuses and time. But what do we mean with “huge”? Just to give an example, the dome is 436 ft, more than the Statue of Liberty! Join the conversation or just listen in.

$40.00

Spy Tales OLX

Madrid, Lisbon Telecruise

Everybody loves a good spy story. Discover the role the spies played in shaping major historical events unfolding in Madrid and Lisbon, as well as the connections between these two locations.

$40.00

St.Petersburg: Walk along Neva River OLX

St. Petersburg, Russia

Come join Anna as she walks along the banks of the beautiful Neva River. You’re going to cross the famous Palace bridge to the Vasilyevsky Island to enjoy the panoramic view of the water and the historic buildings. You’ll walk along one of the oldest embankments of Saint Petersburg where the founding father of the Russian Empire Peter the Great used to roam himself.

$40.00

Madrid: The Old Town OL

Madrid, Spain

Madrid is the only European capital that has Islamic origins. At first, it was just a fortress with its governor and a citadel grew around it, with a square in between, for military parades, market and other uses.
Remains of Jewish and Muslim houses as well as important parts of city walls are witnesses of a rich past. The advocacy of the Madrid patroness La Almudena , reflects this military origin.
The Christian conquest brought not only a larger city and new walls , but a new status in which the three religious groups cohabitated. As a result we have several churches with Islamic patterns in their brick, wood or plaster work. The city became the Spanish capital in 1561 opening a gate to the Modern era.
Discover the Old Town in Madrid and its fascinating secrets.

$20.00

Washington: National Archives OL

Washington D.C.

It’s been 15 years since Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage) launched his search for the legendary Knights Templar treasure with his treasure in the original 2004 film National Treasure. The hunt includes a stop at the National Archives where he stole one of the United States’ true National Treasures—the Declaration of Independence. Find out more about the real National Archives and some of the other treasures that are stored here! Ask questions and socialize!

$20.00

Prague: Charles Bridge& Kampa Island OLX

Prague, Czech Republic

Walk over the medieval bridge, stroll the narrow streets of the romantic Kmapa Island and enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the Prague Castle. You’ll see where the executions took place and what secret ingredient was used during a construction of the bridge. Bridge is decorated with 30 groups of Baroque statues, while the Kampa Island will remind you of Venice. Socialize and ask a question!

$40.00

Peru: Treasures of Downtown Lima OLX

Lima, Peru

Discover the heart of the capital of Peru, Lima’s downtown, with this virtual immersion and visit a Unesco site, where historic buildings, colonial houses, and 17th century churches coexist with chaotic traffic, souvenir stores, street vendors, riot police, and maybe one or two protests. Join and be surprised by the most vibrant and busy place in the whole city.

$40.00

Prague: Wallenstein Garden OL

Prague, Czech Republic

Walk through the large garden that was owned by a military general in the 17th century. He let it built on a spot of 24 houses and two factories they had to be demolished first. Explore the huge grey artificial grotto with all its hidden creepy masks and faces. Socialize and ask a question!

$20.00