60 buildings that you can visit virtually without leaving home!

Even without leaving home, you can visit and admire the most beautiful tourist attractions in the world. We have prepared for you a list of 60 most interesting and most popular buildings that you can visit virtually.

 

1. Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is a 15th-century Incan city in Peru. Numerous gardens, terraces, fountains and palaces create an amazing landscape. This complex was once inhabited by 1500 people and was a place of worship. Today, it is a UNESCO-listed reserve.

Virtual travel: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Machu-Picchu-Peru/

 

 

2. Mont Saint Michel

Mont Saint Michel

Mont Saint Michel is an island 78 meters high on the Normandy coast of France, in the Gulf of St Michael's Hill. Every year, the island is visited by more than 3 million people, who have to overcome a 1.8-kilometer long dike to get here during the tide.

See 3D model: https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/mont-saint-michel

 

 

3. Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is in the Indian city of Agra. This romantic tomb was built by Shah Jehan of the Mogul dynasty for his wife. More than 20,000 workers took part in the construction, they contributed to the creation of this one of the "7 New World Wonders".

Virtual travel: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Taj-Mahal-India/

 

 

4. Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is a Spanish church designed by the famous Antonio Gaudi. Although the construction of the church began in 1882, it has not been completed to this day. After the death of the architect in 1926, the project was taken over by several other architects. Nowadays, intensive work is underway to complete the building in 2026, the centenary of Gaudi's death.

Virtual walk: https://sagradafamilia.org/visita-virtual

 

 

5. Versailles

Versailles

This palace complex has been the presidential residence and seat of French kings since the time of Louis XIV. The size of the Versailles palace itself is impressive, with a garden facade as long as 640 meters.

3D Travel: http://www.versailles3d.com/en/

 

 

6. Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

This largest religious complex in the world - Angkor Wat - consists of 250 buildings built in the 12th century. Angkor Wat itself is part of the larger Angkor Thom complex.

Virtual travel: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Angkor-Wat-Cambodia/

 

 

7. Sacré-Coeur in Paris

Sacre Coeur

The basilica Sacre-Coeur on the Montmartre hill in Paris is a place of numerous pilgrimages of the faithful.

The virtual panoramas: http://www.sacre-coeur-montmartre.com/english/visit-and-audio-guide/article/panoramic-virtual-tour-of

 

 

8. Athens Acropolis

Acropolis

Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List Akropol was initiated by Pericles. A complex of temples include: Parthenon, Erechtejon, Apteros, the shrine of Artemis Brauronia and Propylejs. The hill itself is only 70 meters high and is built of limestone rocks.

360-step gallery: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Acropolis-Athens-Greece/

 

 

9. Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

Palace of Culture and Science

Still the highest building in Poland, The Palace of Culture and Science was built as a gift from the Soviet people to Poland.

Interactive travel: http://www.pkin.pl/eng/page/virtual-tour

 

 

10. Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza

This Mayan city on the Mexican Yucatán peninsula dates back to the 4th century. In 2007 Chichen Itza was selected by internet users for a new list of seven wonders of the world.

360-photos: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Chichen-Itza-Mexico/

 

 

11. Stonehenge

Stonehenge

The building consisting of 79 stones reaching a height of 9 meters is located in English Salisbury. To this day, both the purpose of Stonehenge and the way it was built as well as the transport of stones weighing up to 40 tons from the quarry, which is 130 kilometers away, remain a mystery.

See the pictures: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stonehenge/history-and-stories/stonehenge360/

 

 

12. Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple

Located in New Delhi, Lotus Temple is the home of Bahai worship, or "the place where the name of God is spoken at dawn. It is the most visited building in the world, it is visited by 8 to 10 thousand people every day.

Watch the panorama: https://www.p4panorama.com/panos/lotustemple/

 

 

13. The Statue of Christ the Redeemer

The Statue of Christ the Redeemer

Located on the 700-meter high mountain of Corcovado Statue of Christ the Redeemer, who has his hands outstretched towards the city, as if he were blessing the earth. Every year, almost 2 million tourists and residents visit this place, climbing to the top of the mountain to take a picture next to the statue "of luck".

360° panorama: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Christ-the-Redeemer/

 

 

14. Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China

China's most famous attraction, which is The Great Wall of China, is an essential stop on every trip to this country. Widely regarded as a world miracle, the Great Wall has more than 2,000 years of history and stretches for more than 3,000 miles in various provinces of northern China, making it one of the most impressive ancient buildings on the planet.

The virtual journey through a piece of wall: https://www.thechinaguide.com/destination/great-wall-of-china

 

 

15. Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

This famous "sail" was built on an artificial island. Burj Al Arab was the first hotel in the world to receive 7 stars, although these are not official standards.

The virtual journey: http://www.tourview.com.au/burj-al-arab-hotel.html

 

 

16. Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal in New York City is the largest railway station in the world. The building was the setting for many film productions.

Visit: https://www.youvisit.com/tour/grandcentral

 

 

17. The Royal Castle in Warsaw

The Royal Castle in Warsaw

Originally, it was the residence of the Mazovian dukes, and since the 16th century, it has become the seat of the authorities of the First Republic of Poland. It was almost completely burnt and robbed by the Germans in 1939 and destroyed in 1944.

The 360-degree panorama: https://www.ai360.pl/panoramy/85

 

 

18. Kremlin

Kremlin

Located on the bank of the Moscow River, the complex has been the seat of the Soviet government since 1917. Kremlin includes many palaces and Orthodox churches.

Kremlin in 360 degrees: https://www.airpano.com/360video/Video-Moscow-Kremlin/

 

 

19. Westminister Abbey in London

Westminister Abbey

Westminister Abbey in London is one of the oldest churches in the world, and its history dates back over 1000 years. Over 3,300 famous people are buried in its interiors, including 17 monarchs and figures such as Charles Dickens and Jane Austen.

The virtual journey: https://strikingplaces.com/tours/westminster-abbey-virtual-tour/

 

 

20. Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa

The 828-meter-high modern skyscraper Burj Khalifa, at the time of completion, was named the highest building in many categories, including height to the top of the spire, height to the highest inhabited floor, to the top of the roof and to the highest top of the building.

See the world's tallest building in 360 degrees: https://www.touristtube.com/Things-to-do-in-Dubai/Burj-Khalifa-360

 

 

21. Guggenheim Museum in New York

Guggenheim Museum in New York

Guggenheim Museum designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, in addition to an interesting block in the shape of an inverted Babylonian pyramid, has an interesting interior. Inside there is a huge collection of paintings by such artists as Picasso, Miro, Klee or Kandisky.

Touring the interior with Google Street View: https://artsandculture.google.com/streetview/solomon-r-guggenheim-museum-interior-streetview/jAHfbv3JGM2KaQ

 

 

22. Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore

Located in South Dakota Mount Rushmore, contains images of four American presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.

Amazing 360-degree pictures: https://www.youvisit.com/tour/mountrushmore

 

 

23. The White House

The White House

The White House is the official residence of the President of the United States for nearly 200 years. The six-story building is open to the public for free.

A virtual video with a guest appearance by President Obama: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10155140995934238

 

 

24. Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

Notre Dame

As a result of the fire on April, 15th 2019 The Notre Dame Cathedral was destroyed enormously, the fire consumed a large part of the roof and interiors.

Seeing the interior before the fire: https://samsungvr.com/view/LsSvbbii1Mx

 

 

25. Vatican Museum

Vatican Museum

The museum was opened in 1787 and contains a collection of works of art gathered by many popes. Here you can see, among others, Rafael's frescos and the Sistine Chapel.

The virtual journey: http://www.museivaticani.va/content/museivaticani/en/collezioni/musei/tour-virtuali-elenco.html

 

 

26. Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

The famous bridge Golden Gate is one of the most recognizable bridges in the world. It is known by many names, e.g. "golden gate", "bridge sinking in fog" or "suicide bridge".

360° galeria: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/San-Francisco-Golden-Gate-USA/

 

 

27. Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

The Queen's official residence, Buckingham Palace, has been the subject of many national celebrations, from anniversaries and weddings to the Queen's annual birthday. Every year it welcomes tens of thousands of people to its gates for numerous events and parties.

The virtual tour: https://www.royal.uk/virtual-tours-buckingham-palace

 

 

28. Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam is a concrete gravity barrier in the Colorado Black Canyon on the border of the American states of Arizona and Nevada. This 220-meter high structure was built between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression.

360 degree panorama: http://www.samrohn.com/360-panorama/hoover-dam-usa/

 

 

29. Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

The symbol of Paris and France, the famous Eiffel Tower was originally intended as a temporary structure for the world exhibition. However, it has been left in place and today this 300-meter-high building is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world.

Journey in Arts & Culture: https://artsandculture.google.com/streetview/tour-eiffel/sAHt5Gv4YGH84Q

 

 

30. Alhambra in Granada

Alhambra

Alhamba is a castle in Spanish Granada. It is a fortified fortress with 27 towers and includes numerous terraces, gardens and courtyards.

The virtual journey: https://www.alhambradegranada.org/en/info/placesandspots.asp

 

 

31. The Capitol of the United States

The Capitol of the United States

The seat of the United States Congress and the meeting place of government representatives. Released in 1863 Capitol has 540 rooms.

The Virtual Capitol: https://www.virtually-anywhere.com/portfolio/uscapitol/

 

 

32. Pompeii

Pompeii

Pompeii used to be one of the largest cities on the Apennine Peninsula, even distancing Rome in this respect. This city-museum was mostly destroyed in 79 as a result of the volcanic eruption of Vesuvius.

The journey through the ruins: https://www.italyguides.it/en/campania/pompeii

 

 

33. Louvre

Louvre

The National Museum of France, Louvre, consists of two main parts, the New Louvre and the Old Louvre. Its collection contains 380,000 works of art, including the famous "Mona Lisa", "Statue of Venus of Milo" and "Nike of Samothrace".

Visit museum: https://www.louvre.fr/en/visites-en-ligne

 

 

34. Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan

Located 50 kilometres northeast of Mexico, the complex of Teotihuacan, is an ancient city-imperium, once very large, but has decayed over time.

See the complex: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Teotihuacan-Mexico/

 

 

35. Schonbrunn

Schonbrunn

The Schonbrunn palace is listed on the World Heritage List, was the summer residence of Empress Sisi.

Panorama: https://www.touristtube.com/Things-to-do-in-Vienna/Schonbrunn-Palace-360

 

 

36. Lincoln Mausoleum in Washington

Lincoln Mausoleum in Washington

The rectangular mausoleum was built to commemorate Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States.

The 3D view: https://historyview.org/library/lincoln-memorial/

 

 

37. The leaning tower of Pisa

The leaning tower of Pisa

With a height of 55 meters The Pisa Tower is more than 4 meters from the vertical. Currently, work is underway to stop the process of continuous tilting of the building.

360-photos: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Pisa-Tuscany-Central-Italy/

 

 

38. The Malbork Castle

The Malbork Castle

Located on an area of 21 hectares The Malbork Castle is the largest castle in the world by area.

The virtual journey: https://muzeumzamkowewmalborku.wkraj.pl/html5/index.php?id=69124

 

 

39. Musée d'Orsay in Paris

Musée d'Orsay

Although this museum is smaller than the Louvre in terms of the number and reputation of its works, it is still popular with tourists. Every year it is visited by 4 million visitors.

The virtual museum: https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/musee-dorsay-paris?hl=en

 

 

40. Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

The design of the steel structure of Statuy of Liberty was made by Gustav Eiffel. The structure itself was made in Paris and transported to New York.

A panorama collection: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Statue-of-Liberty-New-York-USA/

 

 

41. Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

Located on the River Thames The Windsor Castle is the main non-London residence of English kings. It has served this function for almost nine centuries.

The virtual journey: https://www.royal.uk/virtual-tours-windsor-castle

 

 

42. Forbidden City

Forbidden City

Forbidden City It is one of the most visited museums in the world, with nearly 17 million tourists visiting it every year.

Watch the city: https://www.youvisit.com/tour/chinatour/100444

 

 

43. Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi

Ferrari World

In Abu Dhabi an object called "Ferrari World" was created. This amusement park is visited by up to 10,000 people every day and has numerous theatres, simulators, museums, shops and restaurants at its disposal.

View: https://www.virtualworldinternet.com/portfolio/ferrari-world-abu-dhabi

 

 

44. Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

1834 meters long Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the world. It is also one of the most famous bridges in the world and is used in many movie productions.

The 360-degree view: http://www.samrohn.com/360-panorama/top-of-the-brooklyn-bridge-new-york-city/

 

 

45. Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle

The Bavarian Knights' Castle, The Neuschwanstein Castle, is located on the ridge of a high rock among the picturesque scenery. It is, therefore, the most recognizable castle in the world.

360-way video: https://www.airpano.com/360video/vr-neuschwanstein/

 

 

46. Seetha Amman Temple

Seetha Amman Temple

The Seetha Amman Temple is a unique temple that was built on the site where Seetha Mata spent her days in Ravana prison about 5000 years ago. It is also unique because it is one of the few temples dedicated to Seeta.

Panoramas: https://www.p4panorama.com/panos/SeethaAmmanTemple/

 

 

47. Petra in Jordan

Petra in Jordan

Petra used to be the capital of the Nabatean kingdom, nowadays it is no longer a city, but rather a cemetery, because all that remains of the old buildings is dust or ruins.

Widthrough video: https://www.airpano.com/360video/Video-Petra-Jordan/

 

 

48. Big Ben

Big Ben

Big Ben is one of the largest clock towers in the world, with a 13.5-ton bell. It was made in neo-Gothic style and belongs to the Westminster Palace buildings.

Virtual tour: https://edition.cnn.com/2017/03/05/vr/big-ben-london-clock-vr/index.html

 

 

49. The Colosseum in Rome

The Colosseum in Rome

The Roman Colosseum, "Amphitheatre Flavius", is a masterpiece of oval shape. In its giant arena, there used to be bloody gladiatorial fights.

360-photos: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Italy-Rome-Colosseum/

 

 

50. Pena Palace in Sintra

Pena Palace in Sintra

Pena Palace was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This colorful monument was recognized as one of the seven wonders of Portugal and as the most beautiful palace in the world by European Best Destination magazine.

View: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Pena-Palace-Portugal/

 

 

51. Pyramids of Giza

Pyramids of Giza

The famous Pyramids in Giza have almost perfectly mathematical dimensions. To this day, the precision with which they were measured and made is surprising, as it is worth adding that single stones weigh from 2 to even 15 tons.

Panoramas: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Egypt-Cairo-Pyramids/

 

 

52. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

The name of the building comes from the founder and first president of the UAE, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. It was he who chose the location and had a significant influence on the architecture and design of the mosque. It is also here, as requested by the Sheikh, that the building is the last resting place of the donor of his name, who died in 2004.

The virtual journey: https://www.p4panorama.com/Gallery.aspx/grand-mosque-abu-dhabi-360-virtual-tour/

 

 

53. Ashford Castle in Ireland

Ashford Castle

This magnificent and grand castle from the 13th century is now the site of a five-star hotel. Each of the 83 rooms is individual and modern, but has retained its original features.

View: https://www.virtualvisittours.com/ashford-castle/

 

 

54. The Blue Mosque in Istanbul

The Blue Mosque

Built since 1609, the mosque was built by the order of Sultan Ahmed. It is one of the most wonderful examples of the so-called "classical period" of Islamic art in Turkey.

360° pictures: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Mosques-Istanbul-Turkey/

 

 

55. Tikal

Tikal

Tikal is a Mayan city located in Guatemala, which is estimated to be between 200 and 800 AD. Since 1979 it has been listed as an archaeological site by UNESCO.

Watch the panorama: https://www.airpano.com/360photo/Tikal-Guatemala/

 

 

56. Atlantis The Palm in Dubai

Atlantis The Palm

This amazing facility was erected on a palm-shaped artificial island, Jumeirah Island in the Arab Sea in Dubai. In addition to exclusive rooms, there is also the largest aquapark in the region with fantastic slides.

Interactive travel: https://www.virtualworldinternet.com/portfolio/atlantis-the-palm-dubai

 

 

57. Duomo Cathedral in Milan

Duomo

The cathedral, also known as The Cathedral of the Birth of St. Mary in Milan is a huge Gothic building. Its size is only inferior to that of the Basilica of Rome.

Pictures: https://www.duomomilano.it/en/photo360/the-duomo-view-of-the-cathedral-from-the-right-nave/38/

 

 

58. The Arc de Triomphe in Paris

The Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe stands in Charles de Gaulle Square in Paris. This monument at the end of the Champs-Élysées was created to commemorate those who died for France during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars.

The virtual tour: https://www.touristtube.com/Things-to-do-in-Paris/Arc-de-Triomphe-360

 

 

59. Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence

Santa Maria del Fiore

"The Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Flowers" in Florence impresses not only with its dimensions (153 meters long and 90 meters wide) but also with a huge dome towering over it weighing 40 thousand tons.

The cathedral from outside and inside: https://www.photojpl.com/santa-maria-del-fiore-cathedral-or-duomo-of-florence-at-night-virtual-tour/-/EtULlL5Tu2/

 

 

60. Ogrodzieniec Castle

Ogrodzieniec Castle

These majestic ruins are located among huge limestone peaks. Ogrodzieniec Castle was originally built in the 13th and 14th century and then destroyed during the Swedish invasions in the 17th and 18th century.

The 360-degree panorama: http://www.samrohn.com/360-panorama/ogrodzieniec-castle-poland/

21/03/2020     Wojciech Andruszkiewicz
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grażyna
#34
grażyna
3 months ago
SUPER ,21 z nich widziałam w realu ,a resztę może kiedyś................
Tościk
#33
Tościk
3 months ago
mega fajne
Anonim
#32
Anonim
3 months ago
Fajne
Spoko
#31
Spoko
10 months ago
W dniu dzisiejszym świecie i w ogóle nie ma problemu z tym nie możemy się umówić na spotkanie...
józek
#30
józek
1 year ago
bardzo fajne
rozsrebrzenie
#29
rozsrebrzenie
1 year ago
dziekuje,dziekuje!
xd
#28
xd
1 year ago
piękne widoki
KIKI
#27
KIKI
1 year ago
Teraz jeśli nie da rady się wychodzić z domu to dobrze chociaż wirtualnie pozwiedzać świat :)
Krzycho Tomuś
#26
Krzycho Tomuś
1 year ago
A gdzie Kopuła na Skale?
VisitBornholm.com
#25
VisitBornholm.com [https://bornholm.pl]
1 year ago
Jeszcze jedna budowla, którą zrobiłem w zeszłym roku. Ruiny zamku Hammershus na Bornholmie. W tym roku planuję zrobić wirtualny spacer po całej wyspie. https://bornholm.pl/architektura/5,hammershus
nadia
#24
nadia
1 year ago
te budowie som fajne
na
#23
na
1 year ago
łał te budowle zom fajne ??
Teresa
#22
Teresa
1 year ago
Witam Cię Helenko ! oglądając te atrakcje pochodzące z różnych miejsc świata odniosłam wrażenie a raczej nie odniosłam wrażenia ,nie odczułam żadnych emocji , żadnego odczucia ciepła bo dla mnie one są jakby bez życia , żywe bycie tam to jest to i nic nie zastąpi tego bezpośredniego doznania ,żaden obrazek . Pozdrawiam ciepło Teresa
Grażyna
#21
Grażyna
1 year ago
Miałam szczęście być w 33 przedstawionych tutaj miejscach, a do kolejnego nie udało się polecieć z powodu epidemii (statua Chrystusa w Rio de Janeiro) ale obejrzałam cała wycieczkę na you tubie, ale to nie to samo- brak atmosfery i przyjemności podróżowania. Teraz oglądam on line i zdjęcia z odbytych wcześniej wycieczek. Dobre oderwanie się od obecnej rzeczywistości. Pozdrawiam autora.
Dorota
#20
Dorota
1 year ago
Widziałam tylko 25 . Piękne. Jak przrzyke to może zobaczę pozostałe?
vichta
#19
vichta
1 year ago
Zapraszam do Oxfordu :) http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtour/default.asp
stefan
#18
stefan
1 year ago
jak wspaniałe powspominać dawne czasy wspaniałe wycieczki nie wszędzie byłem, ale i tak dużo zwiedziłem
Liliana
#17
Liliana
1 year ago
Nie znam tych budowli niestety ?
Marek Walicki
#16
Marek Walicki
1 year ago
Dzięki Pani Małgosiu, wspomnienia wróciły w kilkunastu przypadkach ale największe wrażenia zrobił pobyt w ZEA,
Jadwiga
#15
Jadwiga [gmail.com]
1 year ago
Cudownie przenieść się w wirtualny świat. Piękne miejsca. Dziękuję.
Magmann
#14
Magmann [https://lublinhydraulik.pl]
1 year ago
W dobie koronawirusa chyba tylko to nam pozostało i nie zanosi się by szybko wszystko wróciło do normy. Dobrze, że można chociaż wirtualnie zwiedzić.
Szymon
#13
Szymon
1 year ago
Budowle bardzo mi sie podobały
grażyna skrabska
#12
grażyna skrabska
1 year ago
Dwadzieścia z nich widziałam w realu ,a reszta to marzenie które teraz mogę zrealizować ,super
tanita
#11
tanita
1 year ago
Polska nazwa stolicy Turcji brzmi Stambuł!
kom
kom
1 year ago
Stolica Turcji to Ankara ;)
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