Top 10 Virtual Travel Destinations for Instant Positive Relaxation

Has this summer totally ruined your plans for going on a sunny vacation or seeing famous spots all over the world? The fall has just begun, and with all the COVID restrictions you might need to keep your travels on hold for a while. However, there are no barriers to virtual traveling that has another benefit—it is free! Using online street views, you can enjoy virtual trips anytime and get inspired by them without even leaving your home. Here, we have gathered for you the top-10 world-famous landmarks to visit online.

1. Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt

If you want to visit this great historical landmark and see one of the biggest mysteries of Egypt on the inside, you can fully rely on websites providing a 360-degree view. Choose an adventure instead of procrastinating, and you will see how your everyday routine gets bright and sunny.

2. Taj Mahal, India

The city of Agra has never been so close! The white-domed mausoleum of the Taj Mahal tells the story of love, faith, and wealth of the Mughal emperor who made his way into the history and hearts of tourists. Arabic architecture is one of a kind, and we highly recommend checking out this landmark in a 360-degree view.

3. Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Japan

If you’ve always wanted to meditate in a Buddhist temple, you have to visit Kiyomizudera online. Traveling is the best way to study history, architecture, and life. If you don’t have time for it, ask a history buff to write an essay for me and get your work covered while you enjoy the views from the wooden stage that made this temple in Kyoto world-famous. Add a cup of green tea and repeat “om mani padme hum”, and you will immediately feel more positive and relaxed.

4. Colosseum, Italy

Rome might not be as busy in times of quarantine as it was before, still, you can take a virtual tour to Colosseum whenever you want without being afraid of the crowd. Especially when lighted up during nighttime, the amphitheater will put you into the atmosphere of glory and take you away from everyday troubles.

5. Palace of Versailles, France

Do you think that the period of quarantine is the best time to visit the principal French royal residence?  You might be right! Using a 360-degree view, you can stroll around the deserted chambers and walk in the royal garden that looks as magnificent as the palace itself.

6. Sydney Opera House, Australia

Because the quarantine has changed the way we get to the art, now you can access many of the opera house content online. From a virtual walk around one of the most famous buildings in the world to performances and behind-the-stage talks, you can get it all on the web.

7. Hollywood Boulevard, LA

If an actual trip to LA is not in your plans right now, you can still admire its iconic street with its museums, shops, and footprints of stars. Explore the Walk of Fame using street view and check how many of your favorite celebrities you can spot here.

8. International Space Station

In case you are fascinated with the idea of space trips, check out the view provided by the International Space Station. Find out how it looks on the inside and imagine yourself being an actual astronaut. You can check the view from the Earth orbit and get a little more dreamy in the middle of an ordinary day.

9. Machu Picchu, Peru

If you are not a fan of crowded cities or space equipment, you will like visiting the ancient city of the Inca online. The ruins of Machu Picchu hold many secrets of how the city might have looked when people lived there. The citadel also opens a magnificent view over the Andes that will help you get rest from reality.

10. Tikal, Guatemala

If you like ancient sites like Machu Picchu, you will also fall in love with this one. An ancient citadel in the rainforest, Tikal is one of many temples and palaces built by the Maya in Guatemala. You can submerge into the history of America anytime using online models and real-time views of this grand monument.

Top 10 Virtual Travel Destinations for Instant Positive Relaxation was last updated September 15th, 2020 by James White

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