Friday, June 19, 2015

Vblogs (Video Blogs) that share the world with us

YouTube allows anyone to travel without leaving home, for example You can tour France ... in this virtual presentation ... all you need is an Internet connection and a computer. Learning the language is helpful but enjoying France visually is still very good. More than 40 million people visit each year and many know little or no French.

There are also many travel related sites, for example those of you who watch Public Television in the United States or Canada know Rick Steves. Rick posts new content all the time about Europe's top destinations and tips to help you have a smarter, happier trip on his YouTube Channel. Don't miss a thing. Subscribe at 

The Travel Documentary Channel  is an online series that describes travel in general or tourist attractions without recommending particular package deals or tour operators. 

If you prefer a hint of the past in your online adventures then Travel Film Archive on YouTube may be the place to start. You can travel back in time and around the world with The Travel Film Archive. The Travel Film Archive is a collection of travelogues and educational and industrial films -- many of them in color - that show the world the way it was between 1900 and 1970. Their holdings include archives of the renowned travel filmmakers Burton Holmes, Andre de la Varre, and James A. FitzPatrick, as well as footage shot by many other intinerant cameramen.

Another interesting site is Travel videos of the world all free Videos include but are not limited to Italy, France, England, Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, Budapest, Prague, St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Greece, Spain. USA, South America, Canada, Egypt, and Asia. The travel movies are entertaining, educational and show how to get the most out of your trip. Most episodes are 10-15 minutes in length, and all of the movies are free.

Someone named Mathew Karsten who became a world traveler in 2010 has a website dedicated to the best travel video sites on YouTube. Check it out here
Some of the channels he recommends are:

 Fun For Louis His name is  is Louis Cole. he make a Daily Video blog of my life!  Heenjoy travelling the world with friends, having fun and inspiring others!

Sona's Travels  Sonia says that traveling is about an attitude, not about a checklist. Each city has it's own vibe, pace and energy. Come along with me as I show you the little nooks and corners that have made my trips special for me. And because every traveler needs to be prepared, I bestow on to you the tips and tricks I have gathered over the years about everything you need when traveling: packing, etc. She puts out a new Video Blog every Thursday

Travel with Kristen Sarah The videos you’ll find on Kristen’s channel help you experience a place through her eyes, and it’s often pretty damn funny. She also publishes interesting how-to videos. 

Davids Been Here   David roams the planet with a camera, giving you quick & simple facts about the many locations he visits. He’s got over 1300 videos on his channel, so depending what country you’re interested in, odds are high that David’s been there.

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