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Travel The World From Your Living Room


                                 


Greetings, my fellow travel enthusiast! I know I’m not the only one on the verge of losing my mind during the Covid-19 World shut down. Fret not my friend, lets go on a Virtual World Tour together! Although nothing can replace experiencing these sites and destinations in person, virtual tours and 360-degree panoramas are the best way to escape this current reality and get a glimpse of the world from your living room.

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A Day At The Museum





Google Arts & Culture teamed up with more than 2,500 museums and galleries around the world to bring virtual tours and online exhibits to anyone with an internet connection.
View the Renaissance era art collection of the Medici family at the Uffizi Galleryin Florence, more than two million years of history and culture at The British Museum in London, and 6,000 years of visual art at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
The Louvre, the most famous museum in Paris, offers virtual tours of its Egyptian Antiquities collection, the remains of the building’s moat (the Louvre was originally a fortress), and the gilded vaulted ceilings of the Galerie d’Apollon. Unfortunately, you will have to go see the Mona Lisa in person. 

Natural Wonders





Due to technology like drones and satellites, we can now see some of the world’s most stunning natural wonders in a way that goes beyond the naked eye.
Thanks to Airpano, we can take in the sight of golden sand dunes at sunset in the Sahara Desert and the green glow of the Northern Lights in Norway. Take a virtual tour through Yellowstone’s most populated landmarks like the Upper Geyser Basin (where Old Faithful is located) and Mammoth Hot Springs.
Also, explore five National Parks (Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska, Hawaii Volcanos National Park, Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, Bryce Canyon in Utah and Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida) through the Hidden Worlds of the National Parks film and interactive series from Google Arts & Culture.
Australian sacred site and massive sandstone, Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, offers 360-degree visuals as well as virtual walks accompanied by audio clips of Aboriginal Australians sharing cultural knowledge and folklore of the Yankunytjatjara and Pitjantjatjara people.

Machu Picchu, Andes Mountains, Peru



UNESCO World Heritage site, Machu Picchu is a visual wonder that just has to be seen. You no
longer need to fly all the way to Peru to see it in all its glory. The virtual tour is comprehensive, immersive, and filled with fascinating insights With 360-degree views of the ruins of Inca settlements and lush green landscapes, you can visit every popular vantage point and learn more about the history of the famous site thanks to a helpful voice narrator.


Famous Cultural Landmarks



Google Earth gives you the ability to stand under cloudless skies next to the Great Pyramids at Giza, walk the perimeter of the Roman Colosseum and take in multiple views of the majestic Taj Mahal (the best being an aerial view of both the Taj Mahal and Humayun’s Tomb).

Have you ever dreamed of strolling the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles? 
The site lets you drift your way down the opulent hall that is dripping in gold, marble and crystal chandeliers, as well as explore the famed Versailles Gardens.



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