Cardiff

    Civic pride, regenerated docklands, spacious parks This walk gives you just about everything you could ever wish for from a city walk – fabulous architecture both old & new, seafront and river, two great parks, lots of independent shopping.  BEST FOR ‘Architectural Inspiration’ Ancient Buildings & Structures (pre-1740) Cardiff Castle Victorian & Edwardian (1837-1918) The […]

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    Letchworth

    The best of the countryside and the city? Or a planning cul-de-sac? Letchworth is where the Garden City Movement began – the belief that cities can be planned to engender healthier, happier lives and offer the best of both town and country. The debate rages on to this day; but whatever side you take, Letchworth’s […]

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    Sheffield: City Centre circular

    Attitude, character and great architecture old and new Sheffield is a water city. It owes its name to the River Sheaf (‘a clearing by the river’), one of five rivers that run through the city; and it owes its historical wealth to the water mills, powering cutlery and steel industries from the fast and steep […]

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    Cambridge

    Flat, featureful and not just for clever clogs This walk takes you past many of the classic university sites of the city, but also to places that you will never have seen before, even if you live here or studied here. In half a day you will feel like much more than just a tourist! […]

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    Plymouth

    Farewells, welcome homes and new beginnings Plymouth more than lives up to its moniker of ‘Britain’s Ocean City’, with estuaries, sea views, steep hills, naval defences and dockyards creating a walk of immense variety and interest. WALK DATA Distance: 9.1 Kms (5.7 miles); or 11.8kms (7.4 miles) if you take the  Devonport Park, Blockhouse Park & Central […]

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