Transport expert David Gough talks about how to get around on a virtual bike tour, and the ways in which your journey can be improved by taking advantage of the fact that the city is almost a complete blank canvas.
1 / 9 David Gough explains how to take advantage of this fact when on a city tour.
2 / 9 In this clip from the ‘Tourist Experience’, David Grough takes a virtual tour of a London city, as he rides through the streets.
The video shows him riding his bike through the centre of London, and then cycling through some of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
David’s journey through London’s CBD and Victoria Embankment is a great example of how cities can be recreated for virtual tours.
“A virtual tour is very important because we can make the journey that we would like to take a lot more comfortable,” he says.
This video shows David riding his virtual tour around the iconic sights and sights of London.
David takes a real-life virtual tour through the city, with the view of Victoria Emboundment and the Royal Albert Hall.
As he cycles through the historic landmarks and squares, he says: “I love seeing the sights and the people who live in this city.”
The views from David’s virtual tour are a great reminder that London can be quite a different place from when you first arrive.
Read more about how virtual tours can improve your experience on this website: The ‘Tourist Experience’ clip shows David taking a virtual bicycle tour through London.
The ‘Virtual Tourist Experience – The City of London’ clip from David Goug’s blog shows him taking a bike tour around London, with a view of the Eiffel Tower and the Houses of Parliament.
You can also watch the ‘Tourists Experience’ on Vimeo below: The video below shows David and his partner riding around the Houses and the Ewells in Hyde Park, as well as the Euston Station, London’s Docklands and Westminster Abbey.
The videos above also show how David has recreated London’s historic sights, such as the Houses at Westminster Abbey and Eustons Palace in Westminster Abbey, and Westminster Bridge.
What’s more, this clip shows how David and partner ride their virtual tour along the Thames to the Houses, London Bridge and the Embankments.
He explains that when you are in a virtual city, it’s important to be aware of the environment you are on.
If you have to do anything with the city and the surroundings, you need to know how it works.
Here are some other ways that you can improve the way you ride in virtual tours: