Click each Country to see all tours for each area including pictures, maps, and info about the landmarks, routes, history, and tips from the locals.
All Tours include both walking and driving tours, and even cycling and sailing tours.
Any Port (1)Argentina (1)Australia (6)Botswana (1)Brazil (6)British Virgin Islands (1)Brunei (1)Cambodia (1)Canada (7)Chile (2)China (8)Costa Rica (1)Czech Republic (2)Ecuador (1)Egypt (1)Fiji (1)Finland (1)France (1)Germany (5)Ireland (5)Italy (2)Japan (2)Jordan (1)Mexico (2)Mongolia (1)Nepal (1)Netherlands (2)Netherlands Antilles (1)Philippines (1)Portugal (2)Singapore (2)South Africa (2)Spain (2)St Martin (St Maarten) (1)Switzerland (1)United Kingdom (3)United States (118)There are hundreds of tours around neighborhoods and off-the-beaten-track. You can find tours by interest, i.e. wine tasting, historical sites, etc. Most of the tours offer turn-by-turn directions, but some are more of a general overview. All tours come in QuietGuide format, which is text and images. These are 200-300 pages for you to scroll at your own pace, or jump around using the convenient table of contents or search function. Many of the tours are narrated, delivered in audio/video format. We’d like to hear which you prefer and if there’s a destination on your wish list. So contact us to chime in!Parents and teachers can use our tours to inspire kids to learn about history. See this article.AND – Back-seat driving is now more fun, with a tablet and a QuietGuide. Tip: this silent format won’t distract the driver. Our kids turned into local experts, reading the tour and pointing out the landmarks as we drove. Here’s a demo. Save the tours to your device to explore without Internet or cell network connection. Swipe to see the text and images. Go fast or slow. You control the pace. If the siblings don’t grab it away.
Why travel with Tours4Mobile?Tour author Liesbet Collaert explains, “When traveling it would have been nice to be guided by someone who knows the area and shows step-by-step how I could proceed, offering visual assistance and in-depth information along the way, like Tours4Mobile. Having a local friend showing you the sights is helpful, easy, flexible and encouraging and you can take your own time – adding breaks when it strikes your fancy or skipping parts – while exploring the destinations of your choice.”