World’s Best Virtual Tours That you can Take Today

Worlds' Best virtual tours

Every traveler knows the difficulties that the past year and a half has bought to us due to the coronavirus pandemic, but even so people and technology have come together once again to create something amazing.

Virtual tours have become an amazing source of entertainment and learning when it comes to traveling, mostly because we can’t go anywhere why wouldn’t places come to us on the screen.

Here, you will find a list of the World’s best Virtual tours that you can check out Today from the warmth of your home and couch.

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San Diego Zoo

Red panda in San Diego Zoo

Who doesn’t like a Zoo, especially learning about one of the best and most interesting zoo’s in the world? The San Diego zoo offers live streaming of its many animal areas, allowing people to visit their animal friends virtually without any issue.

Great Wall of China

Spring time at Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China offers a virtual tour that will bring the longest structure ever built by a human to you in a matter of seconds. This virtual tour offers a great view of the Great Wall of China.

UNESCO and Google have teamed up to create a Google Heritage on the Edge where you can check out virtual tours with text guides of some of the most iconic sites in the world.

The Louvre

Louvre museum at night in Paris

Now you can without any crowds and waiting check out one of the most popular and interesting museums in the world, The Louvre. In this virtual tour, you can check out The Louvre.

Eiffel Tower

View of eiffel tower from river

The second if not the first most popular attraction in Paris next to The Louvre, the Eiffel tower also offers virtual tours on top of the Tower without any lines, steps, and jet lag of traveling there.

London's National Gallery

Paintings in London national Gallery

London National Gallery is one of the largest and most interesting galleries in the world, with almost endless possibilities on what to see in virtual tour.

If you wish to explore more there are 10 Virtual museums around the globe picked by Google.

Sanctuary of Christ the Redeemer

Aerial view of Rio de Janeiro

One of the biggest and most well-known attractions Sanctuary of Christ the Redeemer also has its virtual tour that was created by Google.

You will be situated at the top of the Sanctuary of Christ the Redeemer right next to the statues where you can see an aerial view of the city which is amazing.

Pyramids of Giza

People in front of pyramids in Egypt

Pyramids of Giza are cultural and historical masterpieces that have been standing there for about 4,500 years as resting places of pharaohs.

This virtual tour made by Google offers something amazing, you will learn everything that you need about the Pyrmadides and more, so once everything is over you can visit them in person.

Taj Mahal

Font view of Taj Mahal in India

This symbol of eternal love and staple of India is considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings ever created, with that begin said, it was just a matter of time before virtual tours were created of this great landmark.

The interactive tour includes a pathway around the Taj Mahal, reflecting pool, gardens, and more.

Petra, Jordan

Aerial view of entrance to Petra in Jordan

One of the oldest cities in the world, Petra has one of the best virtual tours that you will ever see. This tour includes a voice guide that will bring you and teach you everything you need to know about Petra and its most iconic monuments.

The virtual tour will lead you through a narrow gorge called the Siq, passing tombs, temple ruins, an Enormous Monastery, and Al Khaznah, the famous building whose elaborate facade is carved into the gorge wall.

Colosseum, Rome

Rome colosseum in a paint format

Colosseum, seating between 50,000 and 80,000 people, now with virtual tours can seat even more of them daily without any issues.

This tour will lead you inside, around the various level of the Colosseum, or if you wish you can also go airborne with these 360-degree images.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Entrance to Angkor Wat in Cambodia

The city of temples and the largest religious monument in the world that was originally built as a Hindu temple has its own virtual tour that will help you explore all of the temples that you can see in Angkor Wat.

To be more specific it will bring you to five towers of Angkor Wat itself, the pink sandstone Banteay Srei, and Ta, where nature has reclaimed the ruins. Similar to the Petra tour Angor Wat has a great presentation and the tour will teach you everything that you need to know before you visit this travel destination.

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Hello! I’m Sara, a Croatian native. I’ve traveled all over the world and have knocked out some amazing cities and countries off my bucket list.

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