Got cabin fever? Travel the world through these peaceful livestreams
Life seems pretty monotonous as we’ve spent most of our days within our four walls at home. Cabin fever has surely gotten to us and we’re all longing for the opportunity to travel again.
While we can’t completely go back to normal just yet, there are ways for you to travel virtually — and no, they don’t involve watching vlogs on YouTube. These sites offer unique experiences of the mundane from how the daily commute looks like in different countries, to the peaceful sounds of forests around the world.
Drive & Listen
This website takes you on a virtual car ride around 38 available cities. Viewers can even listen to local radio stations, or choose to turn on Street Noise for a more immersive experience. Explore the sights and escape to somewhere completely new with Drive & Listen.
Find solidarity with other people stuck indoors as they let you into what their world looks like through their window. Take in breathtaking views and listen to calming music with WindowSwap. You may even submit your own footage if you wish to share a part of your world as well.
For all the art lovers and history enthusiasts, here’s the cure to your cabin fever. The Louvre has a selection of free virtual tours available on their website. The virtual exhibits take you into the halls of the Louvre with high quality scans of the artwork and descriptions for each piece.
Become one with nature and find your inner peace with Tree.fm. If your mind feels crowded, listen to recorded sounds from forests around the world to calm you down. The website also works in partnership with Ecosia to help plant trees and restore wildlife.
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