Travel without leaving your sofa
As the world moves into virtual space, there are more and more places to visit. Not only do you no longer have to stand in long queues and push in crowds of people to visit the most spectacular places, now you don’t even have to get up from your couch! Virtual tours have become popular in a flash, and their "attendance" is growing! Today we present 3 virtual tours that will take you to Germany.
Museum Island (Museumsinsel)
The Museum Island, which was built in Berlin between 1823 and 1930, has accumulated over 6,000 years of human history. All the buildings in the complex were designed by renowned architects of their time, such as Karl Friedrich Schinkel and Friedrich August Stühler. So even the buildings and structures of the museum themselves are considered artifacts.
This architectural ensemble was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site back in 1999. It is an amazing site that is worth visiting for all who come to Berlin. While it is timid to embark on real travel, you can visit Museum Island virtually! You can do this here.
368m. height TV tower
The tallest building accessible to tourists in Europe is the Berlin TV Tower. This is a place with an incredible panorama of the city. A huge city at your feet and impressive architectural objects as far as the eye can see. It is one of the city's most popular attractions.
The plans to draw the tower date back to 1950, and construction began in the next decade. Not only did the tower perform its original function, this building became a symbol of a united Germany. Visitors to the tower can enjoy coffee, desserts or even lunch at an incredible height at the top. You can visit the tower without leaving your home - just join the virtual tour, which you will find here.
Listen to Philharmonic Orchestra
Germany is full of diversity. Cities mix different cultures, different types of art thrive, and music lovers can find a full range of different concerts. However it is true that one type of music has been around for several centuries - it is classical music.
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra invites you to listen to more than 600 orchestral concerts held over the past 10 years. You can hear the legendary 7th Symphony of Ludwig van Bethchoven or the 6th Symphony of Peter Tchaikovsky. Well, if you are not interested in music, you can virtually walk around the concert hall and see where the most amazing concerts are born. See the Philharmonic here and the concerts here.