I miss traveling, do you? With those days in quarantine, we had to readjust and put that dream trip on standby, didn’t we? But to help you pass the time, and who knows, even to upgrade your planned trip, we have gathered and researched seven virtual tours of famous places from around the world that you can visit without leaving your home!
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Yes, you can! Until Disney parks reopen, you can visit them without leaving your home. The CoasterForce and iThemePark help you to have an incredible experience through Youtube. On the Visit Orlando website, you can take virtual tours and explore the entire complex and find videos about parks, shopping malls, lodging, among others. >> click here to find out a virtual tour.
Discovered in 1911 by an American, Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, is a curious and enigmatic city built with huge stone blocks on top of a mountain. Considered one of the seven wonders of the world, it is one of Peru’s most famous tourist destinations and perhaps Andean America. Every year, it attracts thousands of tourists who want to see the Inca citadel up close. You know how to explore the place through Google Arts & Culture and who knows how to prepare for your next trip.
Owner of 7 oases, 80 pyramids, 7 UNESCO world heritage sites, and ancient civilization, Egypt is undoubtedly one of the most beloved destinations for those who enjoy archeology and history. And don’t stop there, some of the world’s most famous monuments, like the Sphinx and the pyramids of Giza, are also here. In addition to Google Earth, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities of Egypt, provided virtual tours in museums and archaeological sites around the country, in 3D models. Visiting Egypt has never been easier!
The latest virtual tour that is made available by the Egypt is the tour of Abu Simbel Temple. This was made available on 22 February 2021. Check it out here.
Who has never dreamed of walking through the streets of Paris, visiting the Eiffel Tower, and visiting the famous Louvre museum? If you can’t go to Paris, Google Earth takes you there! The tool allows you to get to know the city in an incredible way and the main tourist attractions, such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Palace of Versailles.
Rio de Janeiro
Famous for its beautiful beaches and hospitable people, Rio de Janeiro is one of the country’s main tourist destinations. For those who want to know some of the city’s incredible beaches, like Ipanema and Copacabana, Google Arts & Culture will help you with that! You can also explore several museums, such as the National Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Modern Art, and also get to know famous sights through Airpano, a tool that offers 3D aerial panoramas of the city.
Imagine walking through the canals of Venice, discovering the Galileo Museum’s scientific instruments that make you travel back in time and explore all the angles of the Tower of Pisa. Cool, isn’t it? Google Arts & Culture has amazing collections that help you learn more from Italy. To complete, you can still walk through the stone labyrinths of the Colosseum with Airpano.
With a Caribbean feel, Maceió is that destination that conquers our hearts without any effort! The campaign “Maceio to you,” launched by the state of Alagoas, offers a virtual tour of the natural pools, historical buildings, attractions, and more.
That is it for now, folks. Thank you for checking Camnob Travel site. We hope these 7 virtual tours can entertain you while we all ride this Pandemic out.