During this period of home quarantine, you’ve probably gotten bored of sitting in your room and have thought of ways to pass time. Many of us might have even used our computers or mobile phones to connect with friends, scroll endlessly through social media, or watch online concerts from our favorite artists.
Given that virtual entertainment is booming after the lockdown, Google Arts & Culture has a special offer for those who are itching to go outside and travel to their dream destination. The online platform allows users to travel “virtually” to places like museums, palaces, and opera houses. Not to mention, these historic places can also be useful for educational purposes.
Here are some of the famous places you can tour online:
This is the famous home of Louis XIV. Here, you can visit the famous Hall of Mirrors, walk through its scenic garden, and admire some of the best artworks and artifacts in the palace.
Built by Gustave Eiffel, the tower became the symbol of France. Located in Paris, the structure welcomes millions of tourists every year, making it one of the “most visited monuments” in the world.
Explore the Utzon Room of the Sydney Opera House and get to see–via street view–the Tapestry designed by Jørn Utzon. Utzon’s creation was reportedly inspired by the music of Bach and Raphael’s painting, “The Procession to Calvary.”
Enjoy a tour through the summer residence of the Russian tsars, which is located in the town of Tsarskoye Selo–30 km south of St. Petersburg, Russia.
One of the most popular destinations in Scotland is Edinburgh Castle. There, you can visit the Castle Rock, The Royal Palace, The Great Hall, and St. Margaret’s Chapel.
There are a lot of cultural treasures and interesting artifacts you can discover while being quarantined at home. For more information, click here.
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