The Bluebrolly Audio Guides have moved to iAudioguide

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The Bluebrolly Audio Guides have moved to iAudioguide

Everyone at BlueBrolly and iAudioguide is passionate about travel. When we travel to a new city we really want to get under its skin. We don’t just want to see the Top 5 attractions and hear a catalogue of dusty dates. And we all agree that there is no better way to achieve this than on a walking tour with a knowledgeable guide.

However sometimes a city tour isn’t always all that we would wish for. The content may not be that good, the walk leaves at an inconvenient time, it’s raining when you were thinking about doing it, you don’t like being in a crowd.

We thought it would be really exciting if you could download exactly the kind of walk you would like to hear and take it with you to use when you would like.

We decided that we have the expertise and enthusiasm to bring you the best of a city (with our own particular mix of history, local colour and architectural comment), but with the benefit of having the freedom to use the tour as and when you please.

So that’s exactly what we have done! We really hope that you enjoy our London Audio Walks as much as we have enjoyed creating them, and we welcome your thoughts and comments using the “Contact Us” option on the menu above.

Update: The original BlueBrolly team is now working on different projects, and the former website of bluebrolly.com was lost and registered by someone else, who uses it to show paid links. But luckily the nine original BlueBrolly audio tours are still available iAudioguide (and on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Amazon and more). Check out how to listen here:

Soho, Chinatown and Theatreland
Westminster and Parliament Audio Guide
Jack the Ripper London Audio Guide
Shakespeare London Audio Guide
Greenwich Audio Tour -The Prime Meridian
Covent Garden Audio Guide
London Churches and St Paul’s Cathedral Audio Guide
The full London Audio Guide, 80 tracks in two parts

October 5th, 2014|