With Covid-19 creating worldwide chaos, it can be frustrating to sit at home. Thankfully, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on Europe’s finest landscapes and cultural highlights entirely. There are creative ways to explore many countries and cities until you can visit them in person.
Virtual tours online
Berlin is one of the world’s most interesting and exciting cities and one of Germany’s cultural hubs with a broad range of shows, events and places for a great night out. The popular Schaubühne theater has created an online program with daily performances to bring a piece of Berlin’s culture to your home.
Alternatively, Berlin’s club scene decided to do something to combat the lack of dance parties currently taking place. You can now to listen to exclusive DJ sets and get those feet moving. It offers a unique chance for a party with the whole family.
Visit the city of love’s elegant iron structure, the Eiffel Tour and overlook the French Capital in all its glory. It is an experience even those with a fear of heights can enjoy. Get a taste of the French culture by watching the regular shows La Comédie-Française are putting on or tour the Musée d’Orsay for some exquisite art from the 19th and 20th century.
The diverse city of Londen has many online offers, including famous sights such as Buckingham Palace or the Houses of Parliament. You can also take a closer look at many renowned landmarks by clicking where you want to go from the top of the Londen Eye, with 360° views.
The National Theatre also streams live plays.
If you want to immerse yourself in the culture of Rome, you can visit Musei Vaticani online to get a 360° view of the Sistine Chapel. You can also take an over five hour YouTube HD virtual walking tour to experience the city’s sounds and visuals and learn facts about ancient ruins while seeing famous sights like the Colosseum up close.
Dublin is always a fun experience, even online. There are plenty of bucket list virtual visit tours like strolling across the river Liffey via Ha’penny Bridge, peek into the iconic Guinness Storehouse and admire the famous St.
Patrick’s Church. These virtual tours of Europe are not only a great way to pass time, but will serve as a great inspiration to start planning your next trip.