Most interesting virtual tours and live feeds from around the world

Most interesting virtual tours and live streams from around the world

It’s a beginning of April, 2020, and usually the time when Easter break travel preparations are deep underway, but not this April. The world is in a horrendous agony of COVID-19 pandemics and travel is the last thing that one should think of now. In most countries, even going to the nearby supermarket can be challenging and straight up dangerous, especially for the most critical demographics – elderly and persons with underlying health condition.

Virtual museum and sightseeing tours of Vienna

Virtual Tour

Virtual museum and sightseeing tours of Vienna. With all the insane situation with pandemic caused by COVID-19, people are getting increasingly stressed by staying at home in self isolation or straight up quarantine. Travel plans are being cancelled, and for a good reason – this virus is not something to be taken lightly. We urge our customers and fans to stay home safe and do not travel while current situation last and we try to publish as much travel information as possible.

Top 5 museums to see while in Vienna

Art History Museum Vienna

Vienna is not that big as a city (compared to some other world capitals), but it has more than 100 museums. There are impressive art and historical collections and artifacts which can impress every visitor seeking through cultural heritage. We are listing here top five museums to get you started, you can keep exploring and maybe visit all of them!

Perth: second windiest city in the world

Perth, Australia

All the way in 1829, British settlers established a free settler colony as part of the Swan River Colony. They named it “Perth” after the city of Perth in Scotland, the hometown of Sir George Murray, the British Colonial Secretary at that time.
Perth is a beautiful city, that somehow has a small-town feel. It has several beautiful parks, amazing white sand beaches and nearby islands, the outback around the corner, together with forests and caves. They call it the most isolated city in the world as the nearest city is few thousand kilometers away, but you don’t feel it when you are there, where locals are friendly and laid back.