A walking audio tour guide in English in Santa Barbara featuring 6 highlights.
This guide is 4 credits.
Chumash Indians populated this area before the conquistador Ortega arrived in 1796. He must have thought he had found paradise itself! Known as the American Riviera, Santa Barbara is beloved for its temperate weather nearly 75 degrees year round and for the sapphire ocean and caramel mountains that provide a spectacular natural backdrop. The red tile roofs and gleaming arches are symbols of the prevalent Spanish colonial architecture: here, of course, enhanced with the ubiquitous Santa Barbara charm! Come along on this three-mile walk that takes you from The Queen of the Missions to the historic, wood-planked Stearns Wharf.
Author: Nancy Shobe
Nancy Shobe is an acclaimed travel writer and author who specializes in the California Central Coast and Southern areas. A Santa Barbara resident for nearly 20 years, Nancy knows the nooks and crannies of the city and can help you effortlessly navigate around. She has an adventurous spirit coupled with a wicked sense of humor and a passion for trekking and touring.
Coverimage: Big Smile by Damian Gadal (CC BY 2.0)
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State Street 119
93101, Santa Barbara
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This audio guide consists of 6 audio items 1 text items
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