No. When we want to say something about HOW we get somewhere, we alway use 'til'.
"Vi går til biografen" means "we walk to the cinema" (with focus being on the fact, that we're WALKING there)
"Vi går i biografen" means "we are going to the cinema" (with the focus on the cinema, not how you get there)
(sorry if this was confusing, I don't know how to explain it better)
Why is "going" accepted here in lieu of "walk"0 and not for "går langs stranden"?