Stuck at home with nowhere to travel? Wondering when you will be able to visit those bucket-listed places? Yearning to somehow reach those destinations and explore those exotic locations?
During the Corona outbreak, it might sound impossible to visit your dream destinations. You may find it hard to not step out and explore the world like you once used to. Well, we have a cool idea for you. Let’s help you travel and explore some amazing places around the world from your home!
Museums Across The World
Museums have never failed to amaze us with their world-class art, rich history and the marvellous interiors. Come, let’s visit some of these beautiful museums and take a trip to the glorious past.
The British Museum in London has two million years of preserved human history and culture of various continents. The artefacts and other records here may not be humanly possible for you to reach now in person, but you can still visit this vast collection virtually.
Take a virtual tour here: British Museum
You can travel to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence to marvel at some of the masterpieces and other great works of art. From the works of Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci to the extensive modern art collection, Uffizi Gallery is a delight to the eyes.
Take a virtual tour here: Uffizi Gallery
The Vatican Museums located in the Vatican City of Rome is one of the best places you can visit to dwell in the artistic flavour across the world. Boasting of the world’s largest art collection, these museums are not to be missed!
Take a virtual tour here: Vatican Museums
London National Gallery
To know more about European art and artists, take a virtual tour of the National Gallery in London. The works exhibited here are as old as the 13th century classical paintings. The galleries here are divided into sections based on centuries, showcasing work of art up to early 20th century.
Take a virtual tour here: The National Gallery, London
India in itself is abundant in history, art, culture, heritage, natural landscapes and manmade wonders. Taking a trip to some of the Indian states would be a journey into the rich traditions and the breathtaking beauty these places have to offer. Let’s visit some of these places.
The land of Maharajas, rich traditions, finger-licking delicacies and royal palaces and forts; Rajasthan is a traveller’s paradise in every sense. Rajasthan is also home to some of the World heritage sites that include Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort, Kumbalgarh Fort and the Palace on Wheels.
Take a virtual tour here: Rajasthan
From majestic temples and parks to the impressive stories of the legends, Gujarat is rich in its history and cultural heritage. Some of the must-visit attractions here include the Buddhist Caves, Lila Gumbaz, Jami Masjid, Modhera Sun temple and Rani ki Vav.
Take a virtual tour here: Gujarat
From grand temples and forts to beautiful hill stations and beaches, Tamil Nadu has a lot to offer worth exploring. Some of the best attractions in Tamil Nadu include the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai, Thiruvalluvar Statue in Kanyakumari, the stunning waterfalls at Courtallam, the Murugan temple in Palani and the Velankanni Church in Velankanni.
Take a virtual tour here: Tamil Nadu
Travel has no limits. Though now you cannot travel across the world to your dream cities, here are two attractions picked for you to travel virtually. Get ready with your favourite snack, let’s take you to these international attractions.
Thomas Jefferson Memorial, USA
Being a key landmark of Washington D.C., the Thomas Jefferson Memorial is not to be missed on your virtual tour. Representing the Southern compass point of the city’s monumental plan, the memorial also has other peculiarities which can be witnessed as you take a tour.
Take a virtual tour here: Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Trevi Fountain, Italy
Located in Rome, the Trevi Fountain is one of the most famous fountains in the world. Interestingly, throwing coins into the fountain is considered auspicious. One coin thrown symbolises a return trip to Rome, two coins represent seeking love and throwing three coins symbolises wedding bells. Though you cannot throw coins now, you can still marvel at this beautiful attraction sitting at your home.
Take a virtual tour here: Trevi Fountain
Take these amazing virtual tours and don’t forget to write to us about your virtual experience!