All cities offer popular walks and routes which we can go through, learn more about the culture, the nature of the area and also, to spend a pleasant day, respecting the environment. We have chosen some of the world’s best city walks that have been selected by BootsnAll.
It is one of the few places where we can go in just a few hours from one ocean to another in less than a day. This route runs along the Pacific coast and ends in the Tasman Sea, it takes about 6 hours and through it we can tour some of the landmarks of the city, as Mt. Eden or Maungakiekie.
The longest river in England, offers a pleasant walk of 294 miles from Cotswolds countryside and runs through central London, before continuing almost to the coast. Most walkers, made a short stretch of section from Greenwich to London Bridge (12 miles) through the city icons such as the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London, the Big Ben and the Cathedral of St.Paul ‘s.
Interestingly, the remains of the old city walls of Istanbul, it is a place rarely visited although still standing almost all of its original length, it remains one of the most complex fortification systems of the world, thanks to its double wall effect, which can still walk much of their length.
The most famous landmark of Cape Town is a popular destination for all visitors thanks to its incredible views. One of the most common route is the one that rises to the top of the mountain, located at 1086 meters, which can be reached in a walk of about 2-3 hours.
The most popular walking tour of Prague has become an option to consider for most tourists. The route crosses the Old Town, the Charles Bridge to Prague Castle, where we can also admire the Cathedral of St. Vitus, not forgetting the Powder Tower and the Astronomical Clock.
We cannot forget one of the world’s most famous parks, Central Park. Located in the heart of Manhattan, it has an extensive network of walks and paths that border lakes, forests and even a zoo.