New 'Virtual Tour Guide' App For Driving From Toronto To Niagara Falls
TORONTO, Sept. 5 2014 /CNW/ - A new app that acts as a virtual tour guide when driving from Toronto To Niagara Falls officially launched this week.
It's the latest audio tour released by GyPSy Guide – an app for iPhones and Android devices that tells drivers where to find the best sights, attractions and viewpoints on some of the world's top road trips. The tours play automatically as you drive and use your phone's GPS technology to tell you about the most interesting places to see.
The apps also reveal unique stories about each destination, providing the same in-depth level of detail you would get from a real-life tour guide. The Niagara Falls tour was created by professional tour guide and sometimes stand-up comedian Joel Dombrowski.
As you cruise along the highway, the Toronto To Niagara Falls audio tour fills you in on the most interesting details about these iconic falls. It also outlines some of the best attractions to see once you arrive.
A few of the more than 100 points of interest covered by the Toronto To Niagara Falls audio tour include:
- Fascinating, little-known facts about Niagara Falls
- A mini road trip along the Niagara River towards Lake Eerie
- Historic attractions from the War of 1812
- A tour of the charming town of Niagara-on-the-Lake
- Some of the most infamous stunts going over the Falls
Plus, the drive back to Toronto features all-new commentary and trivia. GyPSy Guide has you covered for the entire trip.
For more information about GyPSy Guide's Toronto to Niagara Falls audio tour, please go to: http://www.gypsyguide.com/apps/Toronto-to-Niagara.php. The tour apps are available in the App Store and Google's Play Store for $4.99.
About GyPSy Guide
Guide was created by Rick Bulich, an experienced tour guide. He made the app for travelers who prefer road trips to guided bus tours, but don't want to miss any of the best attractions or viewpoints along the way.
"When I go on vacation I like to drive myself, to enjoy the freedom of deciding where to stop and for how long," said Bulich. "But like every other tourist, I love hearing all those fun and unique stories from the places I visit. I love the idea of a tour guide. I just don't want to ride on a bus with a bunch of other people."
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