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The 50+ Best Virtual Walking Tours Around the World [City & Scenic Tours]

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While COVID-19 meant travel came to a standstill, it also ushered in the golden age of virtual travel! Searches for virtual tours became increasingly popular, which lead to a rise in the quality and availability of some pretty incredible videos. Many of these virtual walking tours are even offered in 4K! Even now that travel is returning, we’re still able to count on technology to visit almost any place on the planet with the click of a button.

We’ve compiled a list of 50+ virtual walking tours that you can experience all around the globe. The great thing about these walking tours is that you can use them while you’re on your treadmill, to relax, as travel inspiration, or as simply an inexpensive way to experience another culture.

50+ Best Virtual Walking Tours Around the World

We’ve separated this list of virtual walking tours into nature and city sections, but we’ve also taken the time to put together a ton of other comprehensive lists. Whether you’re interested in national parks, museums, or educational tours for the whole family, we’ve got you covered!

Nature and Hiking Walking Tours

Walking in nature is incredibly restorative. The good news is that you can get to experience this — even from the comfort of your own home! Check out these nature-centric virtual walking tours.

1. Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah)

Bryce Canyon National Park Hike Utah
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National parks certainly saw an increase in tourism due to COVID-19. But even if you don’t want to deal with the increased crowds at Bryce Canyon, you can still explore the unique red rocks. This virtual 1.5-hour hike takes you through narrow canyons and desert paths and the views only get more stunning.

As the video recommends, this would be the perfect walk to put in front of a treadmill or exercise bike as well!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

2. Giant’s Causeway (U.K.)

Giants Causeway Northern Ireland
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This short virtual tour of Giant’s Causeway allows a great way to take in the beautiful views of this unique landscape. Step around the basalt rock columns at sunset as you listen to the waves crashing below. This is a great way to experience a UNESCO World Heritage site!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

3. Godrevy Lighthouse (Cornwall, U.K.)

Godrevy Lighthouse Cornwall
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Take in the beautiful countryside of Cornwall for a little over an hour as you walk to the Godrevy Lighthouse. Along the way, you’ll stop in at Mutton Cove to catch a glimpse of a seal colony. Bonus: You’re accompanied by an adorable cocker spaniel on your walk!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

4. Great Wall of China (China)

Great Wall of China
Image Credit: Manuel Joseph via Pexels

Walk along the Great Wall of China and learn insider facts about this amazing feat of architecture. While the whole wall stretches more than 3,000 miles across several provinces of northern China, you can explore a few different sections with this 30-minute virtual walking tour.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

5. Havasu Falls (Arizona)

Havasu Falls Grand Canyon
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Being able to hike on the Havasupai tribal lands requires scoring a reservation and sleeping under the stars for a few nights, but now you can experience it virtually instead.  Located in the Grand Canyon, this 40-minute virtual tour leads you between mesas and the red desert — all leading up to the stunning turquoise-green Havasu Falls.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

6. Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park (Washington)

Hoh Rainforest Olympic National Park
Image Credit: Georg Eiermann via Unsplash

This 40-minute video walks you along 2 short nature trails — the Hall of Mosses Trail (0.8 miles) and the Spruce Nature Trail (1.2 miles). The vibrant moss-covered trees really make you feel like you’re walking on another planet. The soothing nature sounds only add to the ambiance.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

7. Indian Beach Trail (Oregon)

Oregon Coast Ecola State Park
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Escape to the Oregon Coast and hike the popular Indian Beach Trail in Ecola State Park. This 1-hour virtual hike lets you walk along the rugged Oregon Coast on a sunny day. You’ll be able to experience the rocky beaches, mossy forests, and some stunning ocean views.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

8. James Irvine Trail in Redwood National Park (California)

Redwood National Park Hiking
Image Credit: Andrew Jenkins via Unsplash

It doesn’t get more other-worldly than walking amongst some towering redwood trees. This trail takes you from Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park to the beach at Fern Canyon. Take a nearly hourly-long hike paired with soothing music and explore these majestic trees.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

9. Juan de Fuca Trail (Vancouver Island, Canada)

Vancouver Island British Columbia
Image Credit: Mathijs Deerenberg via Unsplash

This 40-minute virtual hike takes you along for the first part of the beautiful Coast Trail on Vancouver Island. You will witness endless water views, abundant wildlife, pounding waves, and the occasional views of the Olympic Mountains along this coastal path. The sounds of nature will accompany you and contribute to the sense of relaxation.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

10. Kuliouou Ridge Trail (Hawaii)

Oahu Forest Hawaii
Image Credit: Jeremy Bishop via Pexels

Take a nearly 2-hour stroll through the Kuliouou Ridge Trail on Oahu, Hawaii. This trail is perfect for people who love walking in a beautiful green rainforest. You’ll get to experience a unique Hawaiian landscape while walking past lush vegetation and rocks covered with moss — all while listening to the leaves rustling and birds chirping.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

11. Macchu Picchu (Cusco, Peru)

Machu Picchu Peru
Image Credit: Chelsea Cook via Pexels

Walk one of the world’s most famous hiking trails — the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu! This 1.5-hour hike features the highlights of the shorter 2-day trek, including arrival by train, walking along the “Royal Road,” and ending at Machu Picchu via the Gate of the Sun.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

12. Moraine Lake in Banff National Park (Canada)

Lake Moraine Turquoise Waters
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Enjoy a short 25-minute virtual hike alongside beautiful Moraine Lake in Banff National Park. This glacially fed lake is world-famous for its bright blue waters. Whether you want to use your treadmill or simply watch this hike, it’s a great way to feel like you are outdoors experiencing some fresh air.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

13. Mt. Everest (Nepal)

Mt. Everest Nepal
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This tour of Mt Everest is pretty unreal, especially since most of us will never be able to experience this climb for ourselves. Over 4 “chapters” you’ll follow 3 climbers as they attempt to reach the peak of the tallest mountain in the world. You’ll have an interactive, 360-degree view of this adventure, making you feel like you’re right there in the thick of the trek.

Note: If you have a virtual reality headset, your experience will be even better!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

14. Nambung National Park (Australia)

Nambung National Park
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You’ll think you’re on Mars as you walk through Nambung National Park near Perth, Australia. This unique locale, called the Pinnacles Desert, is full of red sand and otherworldly limestone formations everywhere you look. This short 20-minute virtual flyover at golden hour is a great way to experience this unique and remote place.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

15. The Narrows in Zion National Park (Utah)

Narrows Zion National Park
Image Credit: Martin Jun via Pexels

Experience the most popular hike at Zion National Park — no wetsuit required! This 35-minute virtual hike will take you through the Narrows at the river bed of the Virgin River. You’ll see the sandstone canyon walls tower thousands of feet above and enjoy the views of the canyons with the sounds of the river to accompany you on the way.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

16. Panorama Trail (Grindelwald, Switzerland)

Grindelwald Switzerland
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Walk around some of the most beautiful peaks of Switzerland, including Jungfrau. This virtual hike will travel along the popular mountain path above Grindelwald and down through the valley. You will pass Aplen cows, stunning vistas, and many charming restaurants along the way.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

17. Positano (Italy)

Positano Italy Beach
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Grab a glass of limoncello and settle in for a virtual walk around Positano, a cliffside village along the Amalfi Coast. This walk begins high up on the hill and you’ll walk down through steep, narrow streets lined with shops and cafes. The walk finishes as you head down towards the beach at the base of the town.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

18. Pyramids of Giza (Egypt)

Pyramids of Giza Camel Ride
Image Credit: Murat Şahin via Pexels

Experience the last wonder of the ancient world thanks to ProWalk Tours. This 2-hour walking route starts at the Mortuary Temple of Khafre, passing by the pyramids of Khafre, Khufu, and Menkaure before ending at the iconic Sphinx. You’ll also be able to experience a virtual horse ride around the plateau.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

19. Son Doong Cave (Vietnam)

Son Doong Cave Vietnam
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Explore the world’s largest cave and learn interesting facts along the way, thanks to this incredible tour from National Geographic. You’ll start by navigating through the Vietnamese jungle before descending into this massive cave system. The tour shows you the 360-degree sights and sounds of this cave.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

20. Sossusvlei Dunes (Namibia)

Namibia Sousselevi
Image Credit: Pixabay via Pexels

Walk up the beautiful sand dunes and deserts in Namibia, with bonus footage of Botswana. See the bird’s eye views atop the 650-foot-high “Big Mamma” Sand Dune at Sossusvlei, explore the salt and clay pan surrounded by high red dunes, and see miles of canyons and coastline. View the starry night sky over the beautiful desert, see the famous trees at Deadvlei, and more.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

21. South Kaibab Trail (Grand Canyon, Arizona)

South Kaibab Trail Grand Canyon
Image Credit: Josh Sorenson via Pexels

The South Kaibab Trail is 1 of the signature hikes of the South portion of the Grand Canyon. Join along with the 1-hour hike and witness some truly awe-inspiring views. The virtual walk offers sweeping vistas of red rock and the canyon at every twist and turn.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

22. Tulip Fields (The Netherlands)

Tulip Fields Netherlands
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A trip to see the neat rows of brightly colored tulips in Keukenhof might be a good addition to your next gloomy day at home. This virtual walking tour through the garden lets you see the flowers from every angle, so you can truly appreciate the size, beauty, and variation of color among the tulip fields. You’ll definitely understand why the tulip fields are a constant draw for travelers from all over the globe.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

23. Tunnel of Love (Ukraine)

Tunnel of Love Ukraine
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The Tunnel of Love looks like something straight out of a fairy tale. If you’re in need of a dose of relaxation, spend 3 hours virtually walking on this abandoned train track that’s surrounded on all sides by bright green foliage and chirping birds.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

24. Virtual Gorilla Trek (Uganda)

Gorilla Trek Uganda
Image Credit: Chris Carter via Pexels

Tag along on a gorilla trek Uganda with East African Jungle Safaris and search for endangered mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. This 360-degree video gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself into the trek — and see gorillas of course!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

25. Wailea Beach Path (Maui, Hawaii)

Wailea Makena Beach Maui
Image Credit: Joanna Kozik via Unsplash

Hawaii is a top destination for many Americans with its year-round tropical climate and seemingly endless stretches of beautiful beaches. But if you don’t want to wade through all of the quarantine and vaccination requirements, you can still experience the islands! The tour takes you from the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort to the Fairmont Kea Lani and along the Wailea Beach Path.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

City Walking Tours

If you’re wanting to experience city life instead, you’ll want to click on these next virtual walking tours!

26. Acropolis Tour (Athens, Greece)

Acropolis Athens Greence
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The Acropolis is a must-see when you visit Athens. Start at the Entrance Gate and see other famous sites including the Athena Nike Temple, the Monument to Agrippa, and the famous Parthenon. These beautiful sites are made even better since they are set high above with a fabulous view of Athens.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

27. Barcelona (Spain)

Aerial View of Barcelona Spain
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If you’re dreaming of visiting Barcelona, this virtual walking tour will only make that desire stronger! Over 2+ hours, stroll over 9 miles while you walk through Barcelona’s gorgeous squares, the beach, and parks. This walking tour is super comprehensive, so you’ll see most of the main sites!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

28. Berlin (Germany)

Berlin Brandenburg Gates
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Settle in for this in-depth 3-hour virtual walking tour through Berlin, Germany. Walk the streets and see the Parliament Building, Brandenburg Gate Arch, and the famous Linden Alley. Listen to the city noise, enjoy the picturesque views, and soak up the outstanding architecture of Berlin.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

29. Bologna (Italy)

Aerial View of Bologna Italy
Image Credit: Anastasia Zhenina via Pexels

In this 1-hour virtual walking video, you will enjoy exploring the streets of Bologna in Northern Italy. This foodie city has so many fascinating medieval historic buildings, narrow streets, lovely arches, majestic towers. Enjoy a leisurely virtual city walk through this charming city.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

30. Buenos Aires Street Art Walk (Argentina)

Street Art La Boca Buenos Aires
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Google Art Project presents this Street Art walk through the La Boca and Barracas neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A foundation was created to promote urban artists, and there is even an audio guide that explains the context for all of the art you see and tell you how it was created. Take this virtual tour at your own pace!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

31. Cappadocia (Turkey)

Balloon Ride Cappadocia Turkey
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Cappadocia, Turkey is a popular tourist destination known for unique volcanic landscapes with mountain ranges, cave dwellings, and balloon rides. This virtual tour walks you around various cities in the region, including Goreme and Uchisar, exploring cave dwellings and city streets along the way. At the end of the tour, you’re treated to an aerial view from a balloon.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

32. Forbidden City (Beijing, China)

Forbidden City Entrance
Image Credit: David Yu via Pexels

If you’ve ever wanted to tour China’s Forbidden City, you’ll love this virtual tour. You’ll pass through all of the top attractions, like the Halls of Harmony, the stunning Gate of Supreme Harmony, and the Imperial Garden during this 1.5-hour virtual walking tour.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

33. Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco, CA)

Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco
Image Credit: Joonyeop Baek via Unsplash

Spend a clear afternoon running across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California, and back. When this famous bridge was built in 1937, it was the longest and tallest suspension bridge in the world! This is the perfect video to put in front of your treadmill to jazz up your at-home exercise routine.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

34. Helsinki (Finland)

Helsinki Finland Building
Image Credit: Marlene Leppänen via Pixels

Spend an hour taking a morning walk around Helsinki. This virtual walk begins at the train station, heads to the Helsinki Music Centre, and then back over towards the Hietalahti area towards downtown. Enjoy the city sounds, clean streets, and Scandinavian architecture on this peaceful walk.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

35. Hong Kong

Victoria Peak Hong Kong
Image Credit: Florian Wehde via Unsplash

Hong Kong is famous for its neon-lit skyline, silhouetted against towering mountain peaks. See unique parts of this beautiful and exciting city by exploring the walking and biking paths of Kowloon and Central Hong Kong. Bike through city parks, along the waterfront, and even experience a beautiful sunset.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

36. Ibiza (Spain)

Cala San Vincente Ibiza Spain
Image Credit: Michael Tomlinson via Unsplash

Take a virtual walking tour around Ibiza, in the Balearic Islands. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, you’ll be treated to stunning panoramic views of the sea, picturesque marinas, walled fortress, and charming cobblestone narrow streets. After watching this 1.5-hour tour, you’ll feel like you just went on holiday!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

37. Krakow (Poland)

Krakow Poland Main Square
Image Credit: Jacek Dylag via Unsplash

To start, use the legend at the top to select from your desired language. Then, click through the countless options! There are incredible aerial views of the city and walking tours,  as well as views of iconic buildings and museums. Most options include video or audio commentary, but not all are in English. Still, a fantastic way to experience Krakow!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

38. Manhattan (New York)

New York Times Square
Image Credit: Luca Bravo via Unsplash

If you’ve never been to the Big Apple, this is a great introduction to the borough of Manhattan. It is the city’s historic birthplace, and the most densely populated of the 5 boroughs of New York City. During this 3.5-hour walking and bus tour, you’ll get to take in all the biggest sites at various points throughout the day, including Times Square, Central Park, and more.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

39. Moscow (Russia)

Kremlin Moscow Russia
Image Credit: Artem Beliaikin via Pexels

Moscow is among the most enchanting cities in the world and you can really step inside this beautiful city on this virtual walking tour. Enjoy the famous sites of Red Square and the Kremlin at Christmastime over the course of an hour.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

40. Naples (Italy)

Streets of Naples Italy
Image Credit: Sam van Bussel via Unsplash

No, this tour doesn’t include Italian food. But if you’ve ever wanted to visit Naples, this interactive 360-degree video walking tour is still a treat! You start with a map and overview of your route and then walk through Naples’ historic center. Enjoy the street ambiance and wander in and out of famous buildings.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

41. Old Town Taormina (Sicily)

Cefalu Taormina Beach
Image Credit: Ruth Troughton via Unsplash

Take a wonderful virtual walking tour through Old Town Taormina in Messina, Sicily. One of Italy’s most picturesque destinations, Taormina is perched high above the Ionian Sea on Sicily’s eastern coast. This means that the views from every vantage point are outstanding, and this tour makes you feel like you’re almost smelling the sea breeze.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

42. Paris (France)

Paris France Eiffel Tower
Image Credit: Elina Sazonova via Pexels

Walk around the City of Lights with this almost 6-hour (!) virtual walking tour. This walk includes insightful captions about all the sites you’ll see. You will see the most famous streets, monuments, and parks in Paris including the Pantheon, the Latin Quarter, the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

43. Pompeii (Italy)

Ruins of Pompeii Italy
Image Credit: Andy Holmes via Unsplash

Making the short journey from Naples to Pompeii, this virtual tour of the ancient city ruins of Pompeii is worth the trip. This 2-hour virtual walk through the city really makes you feel like you’re walking through one of the ancient cities of the world. Get lost strolling down the many narrow streets of Pompeii.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

Hot Tip: We’ve only included a couple, but ProWalk Tours also has some other fabulous virtual walking tours of Italy you should check out!

44. Quito (Ecuador)

Quito Ecuador Hills and Roofs
Image Credit: Mauricio Muñoz via Unsplash

This tour is a bit different from the others on this list. In this Airbnb virtual experience, you’ll book a time slot and let a local guide you through Ecuador’s capital via 360-degree photos, videos, and traditional music that will heighten the virtual experience. Your host will also teach you how to make an Ecuadorian drink or dessert to enhance the experience. The cost for this tour is $10 per person.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

Hot Tip: If you’re interested in other tours led by locals, check out our article on the best Airbnb Online Experiences!

45. Singapore

Singapore Skyline
Image Credit: Zhu Hongzhi via Unsplash

This hour-long virtual walk throughout Singapore lets you experience the hustle and bustle of this metropolitan city. The walk starts at Suntec City Mall, goes to Marina Bay Sands, and crosses the famous Helix Bridge. From this vantage point, you’ll be able to see a stunning view of the Singapore skyline at sunset.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

46. Tokyo (Japan)

Tokyo Japan Nighttlife
Image Credit: Andre Benz via Unsplash

Take a walk through 1 of the most famous parts of Tokyo under the night sky — Shibuya — known for its various street musicians, microbars, and bustling nightlife. During this 45-minute virtual walk, you’re sure to be mesmerized by the architecture and the vibrant metropolitan area.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

47. Tremé Neighborhood (New Orleans, LA)

This 45-minute tour is a super informative introduction to Tremé — the first African American neighborhood in the U.S. As the birthplace of jazz, there is much to learn and experience in New Orleans beyond the French Quarter and this is a great start!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

48. Tuscany (Italy)

Hills of Tuscany
Image Credit: Aliona & Pasha via Pexels

From the opulent art galleries of Florence to the postcard-worthy cypress alleys, Tuscany is a traveler’s dream. During this 4-hour virtual walking tour, explore the rolling hills and ancient olive groves as well as the charming towns with narrow alleys and stunning architecture.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

49. Ubud (Bali)

Rice Terrances Ubud Bali
Image Credit: Nick Fewings via Unsplash

This 3-hour virtual walking tour will take you through the city of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. Ubud is where traditional Balinese culture is evident in every corner of the city. Enjoy the views at the Campuhan Ridge Walk, discover local markets with colorful handicrafts, local delicacies, street food, and see the famous Ubud Monkey Forest — all while motorcycles zip by you!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

50. Vancouver (Canada)

Vancouver British Columbia Bridge
Image Credit: Jeffrey Eisen via Unsplash

Vancouver is a beautiful city surrounded by nature.  Enjoy this hour-long virtual walking tour through Vancouver, Canada. You will see Vancouver Waterfront, walk along the Canadian Trail, and more. Be sure to stick around so you can enjoy the spectacular Vancouver skyline at night at the end of the tour!

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

51. Venice (Italy)

Streets of Venice Italy
Image Credit: Mitja Juraja via Pexels

If you have 1 hour, you can see experience the magic of Venice! From the canals sparkling at sunset to the famous plazas and bustling marketplaces, Venice is the city of romance! This walking tour is a relaxing way to immerse yourself in 1 of the most beautiful cities in the world.

To start your virtual walking tour, click here.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, there are virtual walking tours of all shapes and sizes to fit your mood, activity, and interests. While we can start to travel again as restrictions lift, there are still many benefits to taking a virtual tour.

Just to name a few, you won’t have to leave the comfort of your bed to experience beautiful national parks or walk along the Oregon Coast, and you can enhance your workouts by walking along the Great Wall of China or to the top of Mt. Everest. We hope you enjoy your explorations!

Explore more of our virtual tour guides at the links below:

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you do a virtual walk?

It’s simple to do a virtual walk. Simply click on any of the links above and watch along! You can also choose to place the video in a place that will help enhance your workouts — like a treadmill, VR device, or exercise bike. Just make sure to watch your surroundings if you’re actually walking along in person!

How do you plan a virtual walk?

If you’d like to plan a virtual walk for a group, make sure to send them a link to the walk you’d like to complete together. This way, you can enjoy the same sites and sounds as your group!

Once everyone is ready to go, just set up your video on a treadmill, exercise equipment, VR device, or your smartphone and start walking!

Are virtual tours free?

There are literally hundreds of free virtual tours available for every possible interest — national parks, forest walks, desert walks, city walks — you name it! There are also paid options that might be more interactive, such as conversing with a local guide or paying a small donation as a tip.

Are online walking tours interactive?

There are many options for interactive virtual walking tours. Be sure to check out our list above for some of these options. Typically searching for words like “interactive” or “click” will help you narrow down your search for these interactive walking tours.

What’s the best walking tour?

The best walking tour is whatever matches your interests the best. For example, if you’re in the mood for a relaxing nature walk, a tour that will walk you along the Oregon Coast may be best. But if you’re missing the hustle and bustle of a city, a walking tour around Barcelona may be the best choice for you. The good news is that we have tons of great options for you to choose from in the article above.

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After having “non-rev” privileges with Southwest Airlines, Christy dove into the world of points and miles so she could continue traveling for free. Her other passion is personal finance, and is a certified CPA.

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