As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep us within the confines of our homes, boredom seems to be a common side effect.

Since none of us will be taking a vacation anytime soon, we have to find a new way to experience the world. Here are some fun virtual tours you can do from the comfort of your couch (yes, even while lounging in your pajamas).

Italy and Beyond

GetYourGuide created a new platform called The World at Home, which allows you to follow a virtual tour guide of your choice and have some enchanting experiences. Behold the beauty of the Vatican Museums or even take a cooking class in Florence.

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Jerusalem of Gold⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ From the onset it was clear to our architects at Michael Schwartz that the proposed new levels above the existing stone-clad building of The Inbal would require a ‘light’ cladding – not stone or similar. The idea was to avoid a ‘heavy’ addition to the existing building, especially due to the overhang beyond the existing building’s contour. During the early design phase, many options of materials and colors were explored in order to get it right. Gold-hued aluminium panels were selected as the most appropriate, since gold was the most complimentary to the stone facade. In addition, gold was found to be the color most compatible with the sky, no matter what the season or particular weather conditions. After it was decided to go for the gold, there were many attempts to establish the precise hue, shade and texture. The stippled texture chosen was critical in reducing glare and reflectivity from the sun, which is what you would expect from a smooth, cold material such as aluminium. Indeed, the texture creates different ‘moods’ of the gold, depending on the time of day, season, weather etc. It could also be said that the gold was meant to exemplify the beloved phrase ‘JERUSALEM OF GOLD’ though this was not the original intention. Let’s just compare the gold addition to a delicate gilded crown sitting aloft the original stone building, which validates the original design concept! #jerusalemofgold #jerusalem #welovejerusalem

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Luxe Hotels

Were you craving a stay in a handsome hotel? Luckily for us, hotels all around the world are offering the stunning scenery we are hankering for such as California’s Hotel Del Coronado, Malibu Beach Inn, The Inbal, and Le Barthelemy Hotel and Spa.

Fifth Avenue

Don’t you just love New York in the spring? Don’t you wish you could be strolling down Fifth Avenue? Now you can visit the Big Apple’s most famous street right from your home, thanks to a roundup by New York City’s Fifth Avenue Association.

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We love our Vegas! For a limited time, locals can enjoy the city’s most popular open-air museum for only $10 during the Love Our Vegas campaign. Make sure The Neon Museum is part of your staycation when Las Vegas reopens! The Neon Museum will welcome visitors starting May 22 and tickets are available now at Link in bio. #NeonMuseumLOV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The health and well being of our guests and employees are priority one. To that end, we have implemented the following safety measures: * No-touch digital forehead thermometers will be used to screen guests and employees * The number of people admitted to the Museum will be limited to account for social distancing * New protective equipment will be installed at the Museum’s front desk * All staff will be provided with face masks and gloves * Guests are strongly encouraged to wear protective masks * All frequently touched surfaces will be wiped down at least once an hour

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The Neon Museum

Want to feel electric and alive? Tim Burton leads the charge to open our minds and turn your living room into a light show through one of the most “unconventional” museums in the world, The Neon Museum in Las Vegas.

Volunteer Park Conservatory 

Studies have proven that plants decrease stress levels. Why not livestream them? The Volunteer Park Conservatory in Seattle is doing just that! Sit by the waterfall and walk through the Palm House.


Wish you were pounding 42nd Street? Now, for a limited time, BroadwayHD is letting you watch musicals like Kinky Boots, Cats, The King and I, and The Sound of Music. 

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Bryce Canyon is Beginning to Increase Recreational Access Effective Wednesday, May 6th Bryce Canyon National Park will begin increasing recreational access and services. The National Park Service (NPS) is working service-wide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and using a phased approach to increase access on a park-by-park basis. Beginning Wednesday, May 6, Bryce Canyon will reopen access to the main park road and all viewpoints to Rainbow Point, restrooms at Sunset Point (only restrooms open within the park), and trails within the Bryce Amphitheater area. Read more about planned operations at the link in our bio. Photo Kadi Franson (pd)

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National Parks

Even though you have to stay inside, you can still take in the great outdoors. Thanks to Google Arts and Culture teaming up with five national parks in the United States, you can be awed by nature’s beauty while getting comfy on the couch. 

Great Wall of China

Is the Great Wall of China on your bucket list? It’s one of the most impressive structures ever created, and now you can walk all 3,000 miles of it without even lacing your sneakers.

Florida Beaches

Blend up a frozen margarita and bask in a tour of the beautiful beaches of Florida with the Florida Beach Finder by Visit Florida.

xx, The FabFitFun Team