The Great West Way has unveiled a new video.
The work features drone footage offering a bird’s-eye view of many of the destinations on the touring route, as well as popular attractions and the different modes of travel visitors are encouraged to use.
The new video tours the route between London and Bristol, from boarding at London Paddington Station, to journeying along the Kennet and Avon Canal.
On the Great West Way, visitors can walk the Wiltshire landscapes, drive across the Clifton Suspension Bridge and travel by plane from Bristol Airport.
The new Great West Way video showcases popular tourist attractions, destinations and events that are on the route, including Windsor Castle, Salisbury Cathedral, Stonehenge, Bath, Hampton Court Palace, and Kew Gardens.
Fiona Errington, head of marketing, Great West Way, said: “Those that have travelled the Great West Way know what stunning landscapes and wonders there are to explore.
“One of our objectives when we commissioned this video was to bring the Great West Way to life for those that are unaware of what is located on the route.
“I believe this video does just that, it showcases what’s at the very heart of the route, the many forms of transportation that allow visitors to slow down and enjoy their surroundings, and the breath-taking destinations and attractions, that create a quintessentially English trip.”