Free travel video journeys to York, Yorkshire, Scotland, Edinburgh, the Scottish Highlands, Cornwall, the Cotswolds, Bath, Greenwich and the Lake District at Windermere. View them all in a Playlist for UK and Playlist for London.
Penzance, Land's End, Mt. St. Michael, Mousehole, and St Ives, the southern tip of England at Land's End, exploring the small coastal villages.
Cotswolds is one of England's most beautiful regions and home to several small towns including Cheltenham, Bourton-on-the-Water and Winchcombe.
Bath is England's second most popular visitor destination was constructed mostly during the 18th century with beautiful cream-colored limestone. travel video
Bath first built by the Romans, attracted by the natural hot springs; followed by Saxons, Normans, 18th century high society and finally, modern visitors.
Bath has been designated a World Heritage Site by the United Nations: there are 4,500 listed historic buildings here, architectural beauty everywhere you look. travel video
In Greenwich we visit the Royal Naval College, designed by Christopher Wren; historic town easily reached in 30 minutes by scenic boat ride on the Thames.
Windermere center of the Lake District, is a wonderful home base. We explore the village, enjoy some boat rides and take a stroll along the shores of Lake Windermere. travel video
Lake District activities include viewing Hardnott Roman Fort, Muncaster Castle, pub lunch, ride a miniature train at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, watch kayaking at Wasswater.
York, England: Castle Museum, narrow lanes, The Shambles, St. Williams College. Fortified walls dating to the Middle Ages are 95 percent intact--the nation's longest continuous stretch.
York, England: Ride on the open-top tour bus with a local guide to soak up the sights of York: the Minster, the great gothic cathedral, then continue our drive around this city.
York walking tour part 1: England's finest example of a medieval town, so well preserved that it has become one of the world's most interesting historic cities.
York walking tour part 2 Continue walking with Yorkwalk to see more of this amazing town, exploring the little back alleys and lanes of York.
Yorkshire is the largest, perhaps most beautiful county in England, famous for the natural scenery of its moors and dales, the broad green valleys and gentle hills dotted with farms and little villages.
In Chester we walk with local guide Thomas Hands viewing Roman ruins, cathedral, encircling wall. Downtown Chester has unusual split-level shops called "The Rows."
Edinburgh: Rose St, Victoria Terrace and Princess St, many pubs and shops. The National Gallery with Impressionist, Baroque and Rennaissance painters. travel video
Scottish Highlands: three hours north of Edinburgh. We see Loch Ness, Caledonian Canal, Cawdor and Eailean Donan Castles, Balnuran of Clava, and Inverness. travel video
IRELAND VIDEOS: Take a look at our page filled with beautiful movies of the Emerald Isle, including Galway, Kinsale, Dublin and Dingle