If you have dreamt of a visit to France but have not been able to do so due to various reasons, well you can do so virtually.
Because of its rich culture and cuisine, France is one of the most visited countries in the world.
Here are the places that you can virtually travel in France
Visit the Chateau de Versailles
Well in the past it sounded like only millionaires could afford to have a tour a private tour of Versailles but now we can all enjoy the experience with Versailles
You can now Wander freely around the king and queen’s bedchambers. You can also view priceless works of art up close and also have a chance to look at the ornate Hall of Mirrors.
Lavender fields of Provence
Thanks to technology, you can also visit the famous Valensole Plateau where there are distinctive purple flowers that stretch as far as the eye can see. The Google pioneering technology allows you to go on a tour of the lavender of Provence without needing to get on a flight.
Slopes of Mont Blanc
If you love mountain clamping or if you ju0st love heights, this tour is for you. Only, you do not need hiking boots and pickaxes.
Tour Europe’s White Lady from a courageous climber’s perspective. It has with a superb 360-degree views of the Alps.
Visit the Chauvet Cave
The Chauvet Cave is rarely visited, this is because only a handful of lucky people a year are allowed inside this artistic time capsule.
It is around 30,000 years old yet it was only rediscovered in 1994 for casino en ligne. It is decorated with drawings of animals including mammoths and hyenas.
If you are an English speake, you do not have to worry because english speakers have a guided tour with British Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley. Cécile de France is the celebrity guide for Francophones.
Be a Flâneur for an hour in Montmartre
You can take a tour in one of Paris’ loveliest districts by Street View.
Walk down the paved lanes and admire the attractive houses that line them. You might want to add the place when you travel in real life to France.
Visit the gardens of the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild
The garden is a horticultural paradise on the French Riviera.
The Exceptional gardens rotate around nine different themes which includes French, Spanish, Japanese, Florentine, Provençal, exotic, a stone garden, a rose garden, and the Sèvres garden.
You can also take a tour along the paths exploring each of the different areas. The areas are bordered by palm trees, the place will look like you are in the sunny side coast.
Go Diving in the underground lake at the Opéra National de Paris
There is a an eerie underground lake below the Palais Garnier. The lake inspired the original Phantom of the Opera book.
Google’s intrepid creatives has captured it on film for you to explore.
Visit the Château de Chambord
There are so many beautiful castles in the Loire Valley. The Chambord has fairy-tale-esque twisting spires that makes it unique.