With the London 2012 Olympic Games now just a matter of weeks away, you’ve not got that much time left to experience a London 2012 Olympic Park podcast Tour.
The fantastic audio tour enables visitors to get a real sense of how the Olympic athletes will spend their time at the Olympic Park this summer. It also provides viewers with up-to-the-minute and in-depth information about the Park, bringing greater knowledge and excitement about the forthcoming Olympics.
The podcast tour is narrated by Jonathon Edwards, the Olympic gold medallist long-jumper, who tells the fascinating story about the history of the Olympic Park area and how it has been transformed for the 2012 Games.
Starting from the beginning of their construction in 2007, Edwards provides listeners with the current progress on the Olympic 2012 various venues, all of which are now virtually complete.
This truly unique and absorbing tour is designed to be listened to when walking along The Greenway, the footpath that overlooks the whole of the Olympic Park, where listeners can witness for themselves all the different venues and parklands, which will soon be brimming with action from one of the biggest sporting events London has ever seen.
The Olympic Park podcast Tour is designed to begin at View Tube on The Greenway next to the information board. The official London 2012 website recommends that those embarking on this fascinating tour of what is quickly becoming a legendary Olympic Park, downloads the map that accompanies the tour from the website.
For more information on the Olympic Park audio tour and to download the map, visit: http://www.london2012.com/games/olympic-park/audio-tour/