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Vox City Walks is a unique, flexible and personal sightseeing adventure, that offers you a way to explore a city like never before.

Hop-on fascinating guided walking tours led by friendly local experts, whose personal knowledge of the city will make your experience unforgettable! You can listen to their commentary in English, or if you prefer you can activate your language choice through the app. Then, whenever you want, you can hop-off and enjoy unlimited, multilingual self-guiding with our innovative technology on your own smartphone.

We help you to discover the history, culture and most iconic landmarks in a way you’ve never seen them before – so come and join us, and explore your chosen city #thevoxcityway

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4 days ago

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Excited to get out and explore London's blockbuster buildings at your own socially distanced pace next week? Why not start with the majestic Westminster Abbey, which of course attracted the world’s attention when William and Kate married here in April 2011. (Can you believe it’s almost 10 years since the Royal Wedding, by the way?!).
But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are not the only famous royal names associated with this attractive church, which dates back to 1090. In fact, some 16 Royal weddings have taken place here – not to mention every coronation since 1066! Meanwhile, eight Prime Ministers are buried here, as well as 17 British monarchs and literary icon Charles Dickens. Find your way to the Abbey, plus to London’s other iconic sights, with the Vox City Guides app. For instance, with our self-guided city experience, which includes expert commentary from locals!

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6 days ago

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Rome, city of ancient ruins, centuries-old buildings and... a striking, protruding structure that looks like it was built by a giant in the year 3000? The MAXXI National Museum of 21st Century Art, designed by the late, great architect Zaha Hadid, was actually built in 2010, and its building block-like exterior is a breath of fresh architectural air in The Eternal City. Discover more modern buildings - such as 2003's Jubilee Church, or the Church of God the Merciful Father, which has more in common with the swirls of the Guggenheim in New York City than, say, the Sistine Chapel - with the Vox City Guides app. Choose between 2D and 3D maps, which you can download and use offline. We've also got guided tour itineraries and transport maps!

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1 week ago

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The Rialto Bridge in Venice, with its proud, pretty appearance, is truly a piece of outdoor art. It is a global symbol of the City of Water, and this is no mean feat given its petite size: its length is just 48m! (To put that into perspective, the Golden Gate Bridge is 2,737m...)

This pedestrian overpass, complete with shops, is the oldest of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal. The current structure dates back to 1588 - it was first a pontoon bridge in 1173. It was designed in the traditional Renaissance style - think arches and columns - by Antonio da Ponte, who beat out high profile candidates like Michelangelo to take the job. There are numerous sights a short walk away, including The Church of San Giacomo of Rialto.

Check out the Vox City Guides app to plot your Venice adventure. We've got 3D maps, transport info, and plenty of expert commentary from knowledgeable locals to take the stress out of your visit. Enjoy!

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2 weeks ago

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Looking for outdoor sights in Florence, Italy to enjoy in a socially distanced manner? The gorgeous Piazzale Michelangelo square is a great starting (or ending!) point, as it offers panoramic views of this 382,000-person-strong city. As well as memorable architectural sights - like the skyline-defining Brunelleschi's Dome - the view is underlined by stunning natural beauty, as Florence is nestled within a valley. The main feature of the square, meanwhile, is a bronze replica of Michelangelo's David - perfect if you don't fancy going indoors to see the real thing at Florence's Accademia Gallery. Plot your Florence journey at your pace with the Vox City Guides app today. As well as Florence, we've got detailed maps of Venice, Rome and other cities for you to enjoy. Download while connected to Wi-Fi to avoid data charges. We've even got handy extras like transport maps!

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2 weeks ago

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The Tiber River, which extends 406km, snakes through the stunning natural beauty of Italy and straight through the heart of Rome - before entering the Med’s Tyrrhenian Sea. A walk up and down its meandering edges is a great way to see many of The Eternal City’s most iconic buildings and landmarks, and all without stepping a foot indoors. The city is known for its age-old ruins, but for more modern creations, check out the Great Synagogue of Rome, dating back to 1901 and a stone’s throw from the riverbank, plus the pretty Mazzini Bridge, built 1904. Don’t miss the river’s tiny lone island, Tiber Island either – it has been connected to the city since antiquity! For more intel on the Italian capital, download the Vox City Guides app. From guided tour itineraries to transport maps, we’ve thought of everything!

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