Stay Inside, Because Google Earth Offer Tours of the Most Famous World Heritage Sites out There

Due to the coronavirus situation right now, life has suddenly changed, and it will remain this way a few more weeks. We know that social distancing can be hard for some people. We do not know when we will be able to go out, for now, so we are simply…staying inside, doing pretty much nothing. Google Earth has come with an offer. It is straightforward now to explore the world – virtually. They offer digital tours of 30 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Staying inside has never been better!

Now it is the perfect time to explore areas with such historical significance. All of these sites are known for giving communities a sense of pride and identity. We can see how beautiful the places really are directly from our couch. So take this: no more luggage, no more huge sums of money spent, no more tiredness.

With the help of this platform, you can see the greatest wonders of the world, like Stonehenge, The Mill Network in the Netherlands, and other historical technologies. If you think you’re up for it, you might want to visit India’s Taj Mahal. Or the Catedral de Sevilla in Spain. If you’re up for some history, try visiting the Palace of Versailles in France, or the Great Sphinx of Giza in Egypt. How about Slovakia? The amazing Domica Cave? There are so many places out there to visit, and they are all only one click away.

You should keep in mind that exploring World Heritage Sites is this great virtual opportunity that’s provided by this platform. If you feel like “taking a walk,” there are also tours of 31 national parks.