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Royal quarantine: virtual tours of the most famous castles in Europe

Virtual entertainment is now really booming. Every day more and more people go to quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus. Therefore, the need for informative and interesting entertainment in addition to watching films is increasing. Writes about this Travel and Leisure.

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Google Arts & Culture offers a huge number of amazing virtual tours that are perfect for people hungry for travel, for students in need of educational materials - for anyone who doesn't know what to do in quarantine.

And if you are a member of any of these groups, you will be glad to know that there are virtual tours to museums, national parks, famous sights, even some of the most iconic castles and palaces in Europe.

If you were eager to visit Versailles or make a trip to the vast property of the royal family in Buckingham Palace, or to walk around the territory of the Catherine Palace in St. Petersburg, you are in luck: all this can be done online.

Palace of Versailles

This is perhaps the most impressive virtual tour of the entire collection. Google Arts & Culture has created a truly extensive collection from the Palace of Versailles - the famous home of Louis XIV, King of the Sun. Not only can you enjoy a video tour of the palace itself (or broadcast in virtual reality) - Google Arts & Culture has also collected some of the finest art and artifacts in the palace. You can go to the famous Hall of Mirrors, stroll through the vast squares and even find places that you have not seen before even in the photo.

Visit the online tour by link.

Buckingham Palace

As with the actual visit to Buckingham Palace, only parts of it are available to the public on the online tour. Google Arts & Culture has designed a detailed virtual tour of Buckingham Palace and State Rooms with dozens of beautiful dresses from famous designers. The reception was originally held during London Fashion Week 2018 and is now available to you.

Visit the online tour by link.

Edinburgh castle

If you were hoping to visit some of Scotland's historic castles, Edinburgh is a great place to start. This ancient fortress is located on top of Castle Rock overlooking the capital of Scotland. And now you can take a walk through the famous territory without getting up from your sofa.

Visit the online tour by link.

Schonbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn Palace is one of the most visited places in Austria. Now it will become even more popular among virtual tourists around the world. This World Heritage Site located in Hitzing (Vienna) was a summer palace for many rulers of the Habsburgs. You can not only get acquainted with some of the most famous works of art in the palace, but also take a walking tour of Street View.

Visit the online tour by link.

Catherine Palace

There are no art collections or indoor excursions on this particular tour. But you have the opportunity to see one of the best attributes of this historical Russian palace in St. Petersburg - the magnificent blue, white and gold facades of the building. This rococo palace was once the summer home of Catherine the Great - one of the most famous Russian rulers.

Visit the online tour by link.

Royal Palace in Caserta

This historic Italian palace was once the home of the King of Naples and is one of the largest palaces built in Europe in the XNUMXth century. It is also one of the largest royal residences in the world. The collection includes several photographs of the castle and tours of the streets and the interior of the palace.

Visit the online tour by link.

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There are even more collections and castle tours around the world. For more information about tours, the incredible archives of works of art, as well as history and more, visit Google Arts & Culture website.

ForumDaily also gathered many interesting events for you online:

  • you can go to one of 11 virtual tours of New York.;
  • if you have long wanted to visit the best museums and theaters, now you can do it without leaving your home - just go at this link.;
  • get free access to online courses at US universities you can here.;
  • about how to usefully spend two weeks at home during quarantine, read in this publication .;
  • here - 50 free courses on a wide variety of topics;
  • 20 fascinating webcasts from oceanariums and zoos can be viewed at link.

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