the audio guide for young travelers

Dedicated to little travelers, in the name of mini-trips to discover the cities of art. Is called: Ocarina in tour and it is an unusual one audio guide for children, inserted inside the MP3 player designed to meet the needs of the little ones 0+. A playlist with 5 audio stories to know Milan, Venice, Florence, Rome and Naples. The tracks were made by Ocarina in collaboration with art and entertainment historians in three different languages: Italian English French.

In this project, Ocarina appears as a “Cicerone” preparing children for visiting the cities, among the most beautiful streets and monuments, sometimes even unknown, intriguing, stimulating and transmitting the local atmosphere and popular culture. A great deal of attention was paid to the story of anecdotes and to the creation of the soundscape through typical songs, noises of the city and popular voices, with the aim of raising children’s expectations, involving them and making them live a complete hearing experience.

A way therefore to travel from home, to familiarize yourself with the city in which you are or that you are preparing to visit. In the coming months Ocarina plans to expand the project to other European capitals such as Paris e London. The 5-track playlist can also be purchased in the audio section of the site.

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Produced since 2015, Ocarina has quickly become an iconic toy. A music player that goes beyond the toy device, faithful toecological approach, which involves all the choices, both of production – 100% made in Italy – and of activities and pedagogical orientation, inspired by the Montessori method. Several collaborations with schools, hospitals, associations and museums such as the Guggenheim of Venice and the Quai Branly Museum Paris.


Source: Living by

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