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Are you considering a walking holiday or city break in Europe? Find free ideas & advice...
This UK website, we hope, will inspire you to arrange your own self-guided trail or tour in a beautiful part of Europe... Have a look at the VIDEO JUKEBOX! As walkers and TV producers we have many suggestions and films found on the silver feature page buttons.
~ If you walk fairly regularly back at home and perhaps have already tried somewhere abroad, then we are going to encourage you to step out a bit further afield. Maybe you are retired now and want to forget the working world and explore a bit more, even if it's from your armchair!
A self-guided trail can cost very little after you have paid for travel and accommodation, and often becomes a real adventure. You tend to notice what's around you far more when you are on foot, both in the city and out in the country. If you are with a partner or friends, you've no doubt found walking stimulates so much more conversation.
We (Debra and David Rixon of Grindelwald Productions) are not only a mature married couple but are producers of an entertaining TV and DVD series "Footloose in Europe". Naturally we want to sell you a DVD but we are genuinely interested in promoting the best way to discover and enjoy a country's most beautiful places, and that is of course to walk the trails, pathways and streets. We are healthy, but by no means super-fit and we want to share our experiences. Organised trails might be off-putting to some, for fear of keeping up with fellow walkers on a long hike and not having the right gear. For us walking is all about enjoyment, and not how many gruelling miles you put in each day. Our friends have dubbed us EasyJetsetters, although we have no wish to share our experiences on low-cost airlines here! Many of our travelogue films contain a city trail, combined with sensible scenic hikes. Our most recent films contain touring and walking. About Us
NEW DVD OUT NOW ~ A CLASSIC TOUR OF SCOTLAND!
Lively, informative & entertaining, packed with stunning views and features from many top visitor attractions in Scotland. We journey 600 miles, stopping at Glasgow, Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond, Glencoe, Fort William, Skye, Inverness, Pitlochry & Edinburgh.
... runs 150 minutes, visit the feature page.
~ Available on Amazon UK ~
See a preview on YouTube
As this website develops you might like to follow us on Twitter and get news, updates and competition results. Every 2 months you could win a Free DVD!
Competition prize for November / December 2015 worth £11.99
A chance to win our brand new ~
A CLASSIC TOUR OF SCOTLAND DVD!
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~ At the end of these two months you could win the new DVD of our motoring and walking tour, featuring some of the most popular destinations in Scotland. Over 2 hours of dramatic scenery, two vibrant city visits and many interesting stops on an eventful 600-mile journey.
And of course, any of our titles can be ordered by mail with a cheque
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Apologies if you have arrived on this website by accident looking for the 1984 Kevin Bacon movie or even the Footloose(2011) release... sorry you are not going to find the fan site here...
Instead why don't you watch us!:
See Debra and David's feet in action on a variety of top European hiking trails and city destinations from their DVD series...
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We are currently planning new travel films ~ take a look at:
Our top DVD release ~
FOOTLOOSE IN THE
is available on Amazon!
or order by mail
You can follow where we have been in our films... click on the GoogleMaps icon or find a link at the bottom of our feature pages (silver buttons).
Our footloose website has .tv as a domain which is actually associated with the island nation of Tuvalu in the South Pacific...
click on their flag and find out more:
|Choosing a trail|
|Before you Go|
|Wayfinding in Europe|
|Buy Our DVDs|
|East European Cities|
|Classic Tour Scotland|
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