10 Amazing Places to Visit Via Google Street View

Google Street View gives us all the opportunity to explore places we might never get to visit in real life. With nothing but a computer (or a mobile device) and an internet connection, you can go and have a look at some of the most amazing and remote places on Earth that are accessible via Google Street View.

Check out our top 10 below!

#2 The Colosseum – Rome, Italy

The ancient Romans knew how to put on a spectacle at The Colosseum. Immerse yourself in a battle from long ago... while on your computer!

#3 Stonehenge – Wiltshire, United Kingdom

Although the Google view of the site is unusually blurry, the monument might best be viewed from afar as an out-of-focus whole, rather than in closer details as just a confusing bunch of rocks.

#4 Palace of Versailles – Versailles, France

The Palace of Versailles, whose origins date back to the seventeenth century, was successively a hunting lodge, a seat of power and, from the nineteenth century, a museum. You have to see the 360-view of the gardens and the Palaces of Trianon, the park of the Château de Versailles spreads over 3 miles!

#9 Mount Everest, Nepal

Visiting Mount Everest is a bucket-list item, but you can do the next best thing to climbing the historic mountain.

#10 Amazon Rainforest

For those of you who aren’t too keen on the humidity and the sheer number of mosquitos (and other creepy insects) of most tropical destinations, Google Street View gives you the chance to get a glimpse of it without leaving your chair or couch.

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