Introducing a Better Way to Tour New York…

Sounds for Sights Debuts with the Release of Two New Portable Audio Walking Tours of Lower Manhattan

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 8, 2005 — Sounds for Sights LLC introduces a better way to trek about New York with their new line of portable audio walking tours.

The company is dedicated to producing captivating yet inexpensive self-guided audio-walking tours that allow the user to explore an area at their own pace and on their own schedule. Sounds for Sights walking tours are an alternative format for those who prefer to have the freedom and flexibility not found with group and bus tours. The tours expertly lead users through the city giving them the confidence to know where they’re going and what to look for without having to constantly refer to a guidebook or map. Sounds for Sights tours are completely portable and offer the ultimate in flexibility. After downloading the tour to almost any iPod or MP3 player, the user is free to choose exactly when to go, where to go, and how long to stay.

Sounds for Sights walking tours offer an exceptional value while still being chock full of fascinating stories and accounts, professionally voiced and recorded, and mixed with just the right level of effects to immerse the user in the experience.

Sounds for Sights makes its initial offering with two tours available today. The first, Lower Manhattan and the Financial District, passes through remnants of early Manhattan settlements, a secret meeting place during the Revolutionary War, and the financial center of New York, Wall Street. The second, South Street Seaport, wanders through New York’s oldest seaport and home of the former, Fulton Fish Market. Additional tours of the Manhattan area will be announced and released in the coming weeks.

For additional information or to obtain a sample, contact David Duran or visit iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Computer.

About Sounds for Sights LLC:

Sounds for Sights LLC was founded in November 2004 to leverage the prevalence of portable audio players for uses beyond listening to music. The company is introducing its first self-guided walking tours of two Manhattan districts today, which will give visitors and residents a better way to set out and explore these fascinating areas. The company is actively seeking to grow its tour portfolio in and out of New York, and continues to develop and innovate new ways for the consumer to benefit from advances in portable technology.

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