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Many of us have always dreamt of travelling to a foreign location. Unfortunately, due to the current situation, international travel has come to a complete standstill.
But that does not mean you cannot explore any of your favourite dream locations. In this digital age, you can easily travel, explore and discover any famous city, right from the comfort of your home.
All you need for this virtual exploration is a good internet connection and a mobile or laptop. With that in mind, we have compiled a list of 10 international cities that you can explore…virtually.
So fasten your seatbelts, put on your headphones and join us for this exciting journey.
1. New York City
Also known as NYC, this city is famous for various landmarks such as the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park and much more.
New York or the ‘Big Apple’ is also famous for its culture, festivals and its delicious cuisines. Iconic locations like the Statue of Liberty & Times Square make NYC one of the world’s largest tourist hotspots.
The ‘City of Love’ is a global centre for art, culture and fashion. Being the capital of France, Paris is also home to popular landmarks like the Eiffel Tower or the Notre Dame Cathedral.
The world’s largest art museum – the Louvre Museum is also situated in Paris. Located along the River Seine, the city of Paris is filled with beautiful cafes which are known to exude a romantic atmosphere.
Berlin – the capital of Germany has a population of more than 3.8 million. The city is home to several historic landmarks like the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag Building and the Museum Island.
The city of Berlin is home to the world-famous Berlin Opera and the Berlin Orchestra. It boasts of a diverse art scene that includes hundreds of galleries, events and museums as well.
This capital city of Japan exhibits a unique mix of ultramodern skyscrapers and traditional, historic temples. Tokyo is known to offer an unlimited choice of entertainment and culture to visitors.
The city is surrounded by museums and classical art theatres, while the world-famous Imperial Palace sits in the city amid large public gardens.
The capital of New South Wales is also one of Australia’s largest cities. Sydney is famous for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House and is also best known for its yacht-studded harbour and iconic beaches.
Sydney is now one of Australia’s most diverse cities and offers an exciting experience of food, arts and entertainment. It is home to the Royal Botanic Garden and the popular Skywalk – an outdoor platform offering a 360-degree view of the city.
Spain’s central city – Madrid – consists of elegant boulevards and beautiful parks. The city is home to famous landmarks like the Plaza Mayor, the Royal Palace & Armoury and Sobrino de Botín – the world’s oldest restaurant.
The city of Madrid is known for its love of football and also offers an exciting range of delicious cuisines for everyone. The city’s culture is largely influenced by its royal history as it was the centre of the Spanish empire.
Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand, is located at the southwestern tip of the North Island. Popular tourist destinations in the city include the Wellington Museum, Wellington Zoo and the Wellington Cable Car.
The city is surrounded by sandy beaches, a working harbour and several timber houses on hills. Also known as ‘Windy Wellington’, the city is famous for its delicious cuisines, quirky cafes, quiet bars and award-winning restaurants.
Situated along the Moskva River, Moscow is Russia’s cosmopolitan capital. At its centre of the city lies the Kremlin, home to the president of Russia.
Moscow is also home to some of the most famous World Heritage Sites and boasts of elegant buildings that display the unique essence of Russian architecture.
9. Buenos Aires
Also known as the 'City That Never Sleeps', Buenos Aires is famous for its 19th-century buildings, classic museums and iconic opera houses. It is the largest city of Argentina and is located on the western shore of Rio de la Plata.
Buenos Aires is also known for its shopping centres, music festivals and historic monuments. Moreover, the city is home to parks, green spaces and over 250 theatres – more than any other city.
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Built on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon, the city of Venice is undoubtedly one of the world’s most picturesque cities. Aptly named as the ‘City of Canals’, Venice does not have any roads.
Instead, the city is home to winding canals, beautiful bridges and striking architecture. Visiting the various landmarks of Venice, including the Grand Canal and the Campanile tower, are lifelong dreams for many travel enthusiasts.
Register for our ‘Explore the City’ sessions and we will take you on a virtual journey where you can discover famous cities, understand their culture and learn some amazing facts about them.
What other international cities would you love to explore virtually? Go to the comment section below and tell us all about it.
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