VR travel has been around for quite some time and is becoming popular due to the COVID-19 epidemic negatively affecting tourism.
Due to COVID-19, most international tours have been canceld. However, we still have the opportunity to travel the world through the Internet. There are many museums, galleries, and national parks just a click away. Here are some of the most interesting virtual reality travel experiences for you.
Admire the world’s most famous works of art through VR travel
Le Musée du Louvre in Paris, France
The Louvre is known as the largest museum of art and history in the world, located in the center of Paris, on the banks of the Seine. If you can’t see the sparkling glass under the stars, try exploring the antique collection on display here. One of them is the globally famous painting of the artist Leonardo Da Vinci – Mona Lisa. Virtual tours include a journey to see the exhibition “The Advent of the Artist”, admire the Egyptian antiques, explore the ruins of the Louvre, and see the Galerie d’Apollon. Just hearing it might be enough to arouse the curiosity of visitors in the Covid-19 period.
British Museum, London, England
The famous museum is located in London, England. This place has links with Google Arts and Culture, along with over 2,000 other leading organizations to host virtual reality tours.
In this tour, you can completely go back in history and click on any of your favorite antiques, read through their history and gain additional knowledge, information about the museum and the items are displayed through a tour guide’s online depiction.
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The museum is home to masterpieces emanating from the heyday of the Netherlands, so it is not difficult to understand when this place is always a must-list destination for visitors. Virtual reality tours give you the opportunity to explore 11 exhibits, giving you the opportunity to interact directly with the many works in the museum and learn about their chronology.
If you’re a fan of history and antiques, don’t let the coronavirus affect your desire to fly to the Netherlands.
Guggenheim Gallery, New York City, USA
Guggenheim is an iconic location of New York City, United States. Come here, visitors will have the chance to be stunned before the strange architecture of the gallery. Although we are currently in the center of a pandemic, you still have the opportunity to visit this famous gallery through Google Street View, the solution that gives you the ability to “move” around the corridors of the building.
Not stopping there, virtually visiting the gallery is also an opportunity for you to see three famous portraits, of Catherine Opie, Ivan Navarro and Juice Sucker, without risking flying to the US at the time.