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How to travel the world virtually from your couch


When one door closes, a virtual one opens. Create your holiday checklist through virtual travel.
Few things nourish the mind more than discovering this precious world. By experiencing the dizzying views from the summit of Machu Picchu in Peru, to your very first taste of a bowl of koshari in Egypt, travel experiences create lasting memories. In a world so full of wonders, it can be overwhelming to try to explore them all. Fortunately, the marvel of virtual travel makes it possible to visit iconic monuments around the world from the comfort of your home. Virtually explore these wondrous destinations and start creating your future travel check list.

Relive the romance of France

If you want to explore every exhibit in the largest museum of the world, the Louvre, you will need at least three months. That’s the thing about museums, no matter how much time you spend, you always need more. This is where virtual travel experiences can be your best friend. Websites of museums like the Louvre Museum in Paris and the British Museum in London, give visitors a chance to explore their favourite works of art through 360-degree view photos. From Eagle shaped coffins in Ghana to the remains of Louvre’s moat, these engaging VR tours provide realistic experiences.

Explore the grand former hunting lodge of Louis XIII, the Palace of Versailles, and admire the finest impressionist and post-impressionist paintings of all time at Musée d’Orsay. You can even take a tour of the majestic Eiffel Tower and explore its various levels, while also learning intriguing details.

The Louvred, Paris, France

Discover the intriguing wonders of Germany

Germany is blessed with a wealth of wonders which can be explored from the comfort of your home via virtual travel. From iconic mountain hikes, to fairytale castles, quaint countryside and great cities, www.germany.travel will reveal the best of Germany.
 
Learn about the majestic Neuschwanstein Castle in Munich and revive the fond memories of your Scenic cruise through Germany. Witness the Gothic glory of the Cologne Cathedral through immersive 360-degree videos and walkthroughs. Take a breathtaking virtual tour through the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz and give in to the sights and sounds in the virtual tour that will take you close to the real world experience.
Neuschwanstein Castle

Take a virtual stroll through Keukenhof Gardens

A visit to Keukenhof in the Netherlands, famously known as the Garden of Europe, is undoubtedly one of the most treasured travel experiences with more than 80 acres of beautiful flower fields, blooming with over a million vivid tulips. Each year, the flower beds bloom from late March to mid-May, and this year Keukenhof Gardens gives you the opportunity to explore its blooming beauty on YouTube. 
Keukenhof Gardens, Amsterdam

Be serenaded by the world’s greatest musicals and concerts

Thanks to the wonder of virtual travel, it is now possible to watch the greatest musicals of the world from your living room. From the popular ‘Love Never Dies’, to the rock opera ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s very best are available for free streaming on the YouTube channel The Show Must Go On. Whether you’re watching an iconic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical for the first time or reliving the fond memories of your journey to Melbourne with Scenic in 1986 to watch the Phantom of the Opera, you will love this virtual experience.
 
For the lovers of classical music, the BBC is a source of inspiration. Discover a world of concerts, operas and recitals you can stream online from all around the world, and take a global musical tour every day. Watch the Bavarian State Opera one day, the Boston Symphony Orchestra another, attend a concert at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow one day, or an orchestra in an empty church in Stockholm another. 
Scenic Enrich concert at Rastatt Palace
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