National Rail 2 for 1

Welcome to our special 2 for 1 offer, in conjunction with National Rail Days Out campaign.

Here, you can download any of our tours for half price, subject to a minimum order of two tours. For further information about each tour pack, scroll down the page.

When you have decided which tour packs you would like, check the box by each one, then click Add to Basket. Minimum purchase is two tours. Prices show below include 50 per cent discount.


Heritage City Highlights: A 50-minute walk taking in the highlights of Bath: the Abbey, Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent, The Circus and the Assembly Rooms.
Across the River: Cross the River Avon and make your way along the serene Kennett and Avon Canal. This walk also takes in verdant Sydney Gardens and amazing Pulteney Bridge.


The Minster Trail: A one-hour audio walk around Beverley, following a route around this Yorkshire town, most famous for its beautiful Minster, with its origins dating back to the 8th Century. It later became an important port and market town, as well as brick, tile making and the cloth industry ensuring the town thrived through the ages.


Around the Royal Pavilion: This walk takes around 60 minutes and takes the visitor past the famous Royal Pavilion and Brighton Dome, as well as around the notorious Lanes, taking in the seafront and Brighton’s piers.
NB: This tour does not include entry to the Royal Pavilion or provide commentary relating the interior of the building.
North Laine and Regency Brighton: A 60-minute walk taking in trendy North Laine and some of Brighton’s fabulous Regency architecture.


Classic Cambridge: A 60-minute walk through the ancient city, taking in classic sights such as Kings’ College, Queens’ College, Trinity College, The Mathematical Bridge and The Backs
City Life and Open Spaces: This 60-minute walk discovers some of Cambridge’s lesser-known attractions, as well as its famous green spaces. See Jesus Green, Midsummer Common, Parker’s Piece, Peterhouse, Pembroke College and the Fitzwilliam Museum.


Heritage Highlights: A 60-minute walk passing by classic city highlights, including the city’s three World Heritage Site locations: Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martin’s Church. Other highlights include the Findon Gate, the ancient city walls, and Dane John Gardens.
The Pilgrims’ Trail: A 45-minute stroll past historic locations and modern attractions, including: Sir John Boys’ House, Marlowe Theatre, the West Gate, Museum of Canterbury, Rupert Bear Museum and Canterbury Tales.


Montpellier: A 60-minute walk around the Regency centre of Cheltenham, including: the War Memorial; the Neptune fountain; Imperial Gardens; the Queens Hotel; Cheltenham Ladies’ College; the site of the original Montpellier Spa; Lansdown Crescent; the Gordon Lamp; Suffolk Square; the Daffodil (former art deco cinema); Cheltenham College; the birthplace of polar explorer Edward Wilson; Montpellier Gardens; and the Town Hall.
Pittville: A 60-minute stroll out to the Pittville Estate, featuring: Royal Crescent; John Dower House; the Art Gallery and Museum; St Mary’s Church; the Everyman Theatre; the Holst Museum; Pitville Park; the Pittville Pump Room; Wellington Square; and Clarence Square.


City Tour: The route passes by some of the most significant historical and cultural highlights of the both the city’s New and Old Towns, including: Princes Street; St Andrew’s Square; George Street; Charlotte Square; Princes Street Gardens; Grassmarket; Edinburgh Castle; The Royal Mile; St Giles’ Cathedral; Parliament Hall; John Knox House; Canongate Kirk; Holyrood House; Holyrood Palace; and Calton Hill.


Ely City: A 60-minute stroll through one of the UK’s smallest cities, which has Ely Cathedral at its centre. Discover the history behind the city’s name, its origins as an island and walk along the banks of the River Ouse.
Ely Cathedral: A 45-minute guided walk around the inside of the Cathedral, giving visitors an insight into the architecture and the history of the building and its chapels. Please note, a separate entrance fee is payable to go in to the Cathedral, except on Sundays, when it is free.


City Tour: The route passes by some of the major cultural, historical and architectural highlights of central Glasgow, including: George Square; City Chambers; Gallery of Modern Art; Merchant City; Glasgow Savings Bank; Italian quarter; Ramshorn Kirk/Theatre; Tollbooth Steeple; Provand’s Lordship; St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art; Glasgow Cathedral; Necropolis; University of Strathclyde; Glasgow Royal Concert Hall; Willow Tearooms; Glasgow School of Art; Blythswood Square; and Nelson Mandela Place.


Fish Trail: A one-hour audio walk around Hull, following the route of the famous Fish Trail, originally created in 1992. Walkers follow a series of fish sculptures around the streets of Hull, gaining an insight into the area and the workings of a modern working port.


City of London: Our London MP3 walking tour for the City of London takes around 90 minutes to complete, passing by some of the ancient city’s most historical monuments: The Tower of London; Tower Bridge; London Bridge; Monument; Leadenhall Market; Lloyds Building; Swiss Re Building; Threadneedle Street; The Bank of England; Mansion House; Royal Exchange; The Guildhall; The Museum of London; St Paul’s Cathedral; The Millennium Bridge; The Tate Modern; and The Globe Theatre.
South Bank: Our London MP3 walking tour for the South Bank takes around 60 minutes to complete, passing by some of the capital’s most significant cultural and historic monuments: London Bridge, Southwark Cathedral, Borough Market, The Golden Hind, The Globe Theatre, The Tate Modern, Bernie Spain Gardens, The Royal Festival Hall, The National Theatre, The London Eye and County Hall.
City of Wesminster: Our London MP3 walking tour for the City of Westminster takes around 90 minutes to complete, and follows a route past some of the capital’s most famous landmarks: Trafalgar Square; Downing Street; The London Eye; Big Ben; Houses of Parliament; Westminster Abbey; St James’s Park; Buckingham Palace; The Mall; St James’s Palace; The Royal Academy of Art; Piccadilly Circus; Leicester Square.
London Bridge: A 90-minute audio walk around the London Bridge area, featuring: London Bridge; Southwark Cathedral; Borough Market; The Menier Chocolate Factory; The George Inn; Guy’s Hospital; The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garrett; The London Bridge Experience; The London Dungeons; Winston Churchill’s Britain at War Experience; Hays Galleria; HMS Belfast; City Hall; Butler’s Wharf; Tower Bridge; The Tower of London; and Trinity Square Gardens.


Highlights of the Medieval City: A 40-minute walk through the ancient city, taking in sights such as the Radcliffe Camera, the Sheldonian Theatre and Merton College.
Christ Church and the River: This walk discovers the delights of Christ Church college, and the beautiful water meadows that surround it. Discover some of the city’s best picnic spots!
Outside the Medieval City: Find out about the Oxford Martyrs, the Inklings and much more in this 30-minute walk around some of Oxford’s grandest streets.

Manchester (Trafford)

Old Trafford, Trafford Park and The Quays: This is a must for fans of sport, industrial heritage and the arts. The trail passes by the home of Manchester United and Lancashire County Cricket Club, as well as crossing the Bridgwater Canal and the Manchester Ship Canal. Tour highlights also include the Lowry Centre, the Imperial War Museum North, the famous Swing Bridge and the Kellogg’s building.


Town Trail: The one-hour route passes by some of the most significant historical and cultural highlights of the historic town: Shakespeare’s Birthplace; Rothermarket; Harvard House; the Garrick Inn; New Place; Nash’s House; Hall’s Croft; Holy Trinity Church (where Shakespeare is buried); Avonbank Gardens; Swan Theatre; Royal Shakespeare Theatre; Bancroft Gardens; Canal Basin; and the Gower Memorial.


The Grand Tour: A 60-minute walk through the ancient city, discovering its Roman roots, and passing by iconic sights, such as King’s Manor, the Multiangular Tower, the Yorkshire Museum, York Mansion House, Mulberry Hall, York Minster, the Treasurer’s House, St William’s College, Holy Trinity Church, and the city’s most famous street, Shambles.
Around the Walls: As the name suggests, this walk takes you along York’s famous city wall, which encircles the city, giving great views on either side. The route also passes by York Castle Museum and Clifford’s Tower.