Virtual Walks in Italy

Available as High Def Downloads or DVDs
  • Take a 60 minute virtual walk in beautiful, historic Florence, Italy - the birthplace of the Renaissance. During this one hour walking tour, you'll walk to Piazzale Michelangelo, the Duomo, the Baptistry and its Gates of Paradise, Piazza della Repubblica, the Piazza della Signoria, the Loggia dei Lanzi, the Fountain of Neptune, the Piazzale degli Uffizi, and the Ponte Vecchio, famous for its gold shops.

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  • Take a 60 minute walking tour to five of the most famous sites in Rome, the Eternal City. Your one hour walk will visit the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and ends with a complete tour inside the Coliseum.

    It's the next best thing to "being there."

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  • Take a 60 minute virtual walk on your treadmill or Nordic Track in the five timeless villages that make up Italy's Cinque Terre, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and made famous by PBS Travel Guru Rick Steves. Like pearls on a necklace, these five centuries-old seaside villages, set against some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the world, make up Italy's amazing Cinque Terre. Available as a DVD or HD Download.

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  • In all the world there is only one Venice! And this NEW Walking Tour of Venice is as close as you can get to actually being in this incredible city without boarding an airplane. In addition to touring most of the major sites in Venice on a crisp Autumn morning, you'll enjoy walking the narrow alleyways that open into beautiful campos and piazzas, some which are crowded with people while others are almost completely empty.

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  • This 50 minute Virtual Walk begins in the picturesque town of Anacapri, set atop the famous island where you walk down a small street lined with shops and intimate sidewalk cafes. Further on, the path narrows and begins to hug the side of the cliff, with the blue Mediterranean Sea stretching out below you. Some of the most spectacular scenery awaits you along the walkway ahead. Available as a DVD or HD Download.

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  • This 57 minute Virtual Walk is in historic medieval Viterbo, Italy, a city frozen in time. Filmed in widescreen, the camera transports the viewer through the medieval back streets and alleyways of a city still much like it was in the 13th century. Home of the pope for two decades in the 1200's, the city is essentially unchanged for eight centuries. Available as a DVD or HD Download.

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  • This 30 minute Virtual Walk begins high in the Valle dei Mulini, the famous "Valley of the Paper Mills," overlooking the villiage of Amalfi and the blue Mediterranean. As you wind your way down the hillside and past lemon groves into the little village of Amalfi and into the piazza by the cathedral, you pass dozens of residents and tourists, all enjoying the Italian scenery. Your 30 minute Amalfi walk ends as you reach a small beach.

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  • This 30 minute Virtual Walk in Rome begins on the exclusive Via Veneto, forever linked to "La Dolce Vita." As the Via Veneto curves gently and sweeps downhill, you pass luxury hotels and restaurants with their unique glass-enclosed "outdoor" cafes. The second section of your walk begins on the Ponte Sisto which spans the Tiber River, and continues through the colorful narrow streets surrounding the Campo de' Fiori.

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  • This 30 minute Virtual Walk begins in a fashionable residential area on the outskirts of Rome and follows the Via Appia Antica on the original basalt stones which have witnessed over two thousand years of history. You are walking the same stones walked by Roman centurions - a truly historic walk! You almost feel a part of ancient history, as you walk between stately cypress trees which are so much a trademark of the Roman countryside.

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