Top video formats for city guides


We have been researching the web for the best videos that could be used to build an interactive city guide and here are some of our top picks.

Urban List’s Top 10

We love the use of animation and the punchy music
Urban List Video

Bondi Harvest: Day Tripper

Guy Turland is the ultimate food and lifestyle presenter, doing a bit of BBQ between two surf sessions.

Tastemade: Day of Gluttony

Tastemade have many formats involving exploring a city via its food. The concept of Day of Gluttony is simple: 24 restaurants tested in 24 hours in one city!
24 Toronto Restaurants in 24 Hours

Vienna: Interactive City guide

This is a brilliant idea from the city of Vienna, the YouTube video embed below is pretty cool but for a true unique interactive experience visit the site, pick your presenter or click to get more information on each place visited.

Proper interactive videos by Unique Guides

Full use of interactive feature allow you to jump from place to place or get more information without interrupting your viewing.
Unique video guide

Video Path: Berlin

If the video itself is not that exciting it is a great showcase for Video Path’s interactive features.

Joel Dale: Prague is beautiful

Although not really a guide, our friend’s Joel’s use of movement and cinematic effect provides a deeply enjoyable and immersive experience.

Lonely Planet’s Visual Portraits

No words needed for this city visit!