A visit to Victoria, British Columbia, is not complete until a traveler has had a stroll through the city’s Inner Harbor.
London traces its roots back to the era of Roman Britain – thousands of years before the invention of the SUV.
Edinburgh earns a spot on the list of our readers’ favorite walkable cities because of its compact city center and the number of hidden gems.
While Paris may be the “City of Love” for many people, it’s the “City of Walking” to others.
Amsterdam is legendary for its person-focused, rather than car-focused, streets. There’s no shortage of amazing things to do in Amsterdam.
Venice is similar to Amsterdam in a few prominent ways: most notably the absence of cars and the presence of canals.