Time to take a breather from your streaming binge: Netflix walking tours, "From Screens to Streets," will bring you right to the heart of your favorite show.
No, Netflix, we're not still watching...we're packing! We've been dreaming about the Emily in Paris filming locations, and now we're about to take a stroll through the City of Light in Ms. Cooper's tres chic shoes.
Bridgerton filming locations have left us in awe of England's rich history, and now we can take a step back in time. There's no telling whether or not a hunky duke or viscount will be there waiting, but here's hoping.
If you're looking to get some mileage out of your passport—hey, we've declared it's Solo Travel Week, after all—read on!
Netflix walking tours: 'From Screens to Streets'
From "Screens to Streets (opens in new tab)" will satiate your appetite for a European getaway.
The streaming service teamed up with Sandemans New Europe to present three different tours that highlight specific areas and series throughout the summer. They're all free, but booking is required, and languages and dates differ for each tour, so do be sure to select the proper preference when you select the one you'd like.
The capital of Spain is rich in film and television culture, which you'll learn all about while on the two-hour tour. Expect to pass iconic locations such as Gran Vía, Plaza de Chueca and more. The shows highlighted throughout the event include:
- Money Heist
- Cable Girls
We're in Paris, bebé! While strolling past spots like the Panthéon, Notre-Dame and Pont Neuf, you'll learn all about the city's take on film. The shows highlighted on the two-hour tour include:
- Emily in Paris
- Notre-Dame, la part du feu
UK-bound? Perfect, you'll get a taste of English film history and take a look at cinematic hotspots like St. James's and the West End. The two-hour tour focuses on the following shows:
- Antomy of a Scandal
- The Crown
- Enola Holmes
- Top Boy
For questions and booking, visit the "From Screens to Streets" website (opens in new tab). Catch you in Europe!
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