Your London Walking Tour includes walks to Hyde Park, the Prince Albert Memorial, Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Green Park, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Parliament Bridge, the London Eye, the Globe Theatre, Millennium Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral, and to the Tower of London to view the moving artwork "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red," then ends near Tower Bridge.
A 60 minute walk through seven quaint Oxfordshire villages so beautiful that they were used as filming locations for the hit BBC TV Series, "Midsomer Murders." With this video, you could be instantly "walking" in seven of the most scenic villages in Oxfordshire! And, if you're a fan of "Midsomer Murders," you should recognize many of the places you pass during this 1 hour video. Available as a DVD or HD Download.
Your 60 minute walk through four quaint Cotswold villages begins in the village of Chipping Campden, then continues through the village of Broadway, and on through the village of Upper Slaughter, where your walk takes you briefly into an old church lovingly decorated by villagers with flowers from their gardens. Your walk ends in Lower Slaughter, arguably one of the most beautiful villages in the Cotwolds. Available as a DVD or HD Download.
A 60 minute walk through 5 more picturesque Cotswold English villages beginning with the charming village of Snowshill. Your walk continues through the village of Stanton, then the picturesque village of Bourton-on-the-Water followed by the idyllic village of Bibury is next on your walk. And last, your 60 minute walk takes you into arguably the most scenic village in all of the Cotswolds, Castle Combe. Available as a DVD or HD Download.
This video will take you on a one hour walk to sixteen filming locations used in the hit BBC Television series about Sherlock Holmes. Filmed in widescreen using professional High Definition Television cameras and camera stabilization equipment, the camera seems to float as it transports the viewer through 16 different locations in London and Dartmoor.
A 30 minute walk in two of London's best kept secrets - London's "Little Venice," a section of the Regent's Canal just north of Kensington Gardens with numerous narrowboats decorated with elaborately-painted panels featuring harlequin designs. The second section of your walk begins in Islington, on the New River Walk beside a tranquil stream and over a narrow wooden bridge and through the beautifully landscaped park.
This 30 minute Virutal Walk begins in the village of Eynsford, Kent, a "picture postcard" village, from there it's a beautiful walk through the countryside and past several farms, then on to a narrow footpath, canopied by lush green trees beside the River Darent. This walk ends as you arrive in Shoreham, a "cracking little village," known for its ale houses, and where it's not at all unusual for a horse and rider to slowly amble down the street.