With these incredible 3D tours, you can travel virtually anywhere you like even when on lockdown.
With the dreaded virus galloping across the country we are asked by the government to stay at home. Rightly so, as this will save lives and protect the NHS through these unprecedented times.
One of the things we all find we miss the most is visiting new places. Especially now, with the weather picking up, we'd like to get in the car and go for a little road trip. As we know, it's not quite possible at the moment but there is a solution that you might quite like. You can visit some famous destinations for free, from the comfort of your own sofa. It'll save you a bit of travelling. Your kids won't constantly pester you with 'are we there yet?', and you won't have to stop at services to stretch your legs.
Ok, let's go then...
Probably one of the most incredible and most visited locations in the world, which is also the home to our very own Royal Family. With 15 million tourists visiting the residence of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace is by far the most popular tourist attraction in the UK. And you can now visit it from the comfort of your own sofa by clicking the link below. With no queueing!
Virtual tour around Buckingham Palace
Located in Wiltshire, Stonehenge is one of the most iconic British monuments. Shrouded in mystery, this pre-historic formation of stones, is one of the wonders of the world and perhaps the oldest of its kind manmade structure in the world. Thanks to English Heritage you can transfer yourself to Wiltshire and have a virtual stroll across this mystical site.
Click here to launch the 3D tour around Stonehenge.
But why limit yourself to visiting the locations in the UK? Let's pop across the border to France and virtually visit one of the most famous museums in the world. Home to some of the most famous masterpieces, including Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo, the Louvre Museum is the world's largest art museum and a historic monument in Paris. With 9.6 million visitors a year it's one of the most famous tourist destinations that you can now visit without leaving your sofa.
Click here to virtually Visit The Louvre
And while you're visiting France why not explore the Château de Versailles? Constructed in 1624, the palace has 700 rooms, with The Hall of Mirrors, King's Grand Apartments and the Museum of the History of France being the most famous of them, you can spend hours exploring this incredible landmark. Grab a cup of tea, pop Classic FM on the radio, and take a virtual stroll through the building that in the words of Louis XVI was designed 'to inspire envy in every king and awe in every noble .'
Click here to visit the Palace of Versailles.
The Great Pyramids of Giza is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. These unique buildings, that served as royal tombs built on the sands of the largest desert in the world, have absorbed the imagination of explorers and inspired storytellers from all corners of the world. The Pyramids of Giza have been standing tall for over 4000 of years yet they continue to amaze. Channel your inner Indiana Jones, Lara Croft or Hercule Poirot, and explore the most enigmatic of the wonders of the world from your own living room.
Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt