Since quarantine has been declared around the globe, travelling to a new place is quite difficult and restricted in some parts of the world. But with the help of advanced Virtual reality technology, we can visit and have the experience of any place in the world from our living room. Barcelona is one of those cities that you can now fully enjoy with the help of VR headsets.
Discover the rich beauty, history, and culture of this ancient city from the magnificent Sagrada Familia Cathedral to the iconic Camp Nou Stadium without leaving the comfort of your sofa. Here are some places in Barcelona that you can visit with the help of VR technology.
- The Camp Nou Stadium: Built-in 1975, this dream stadium of every soccer fan is one of the world’s best stadiums of one of the world’s best teams. Since travelling is cancelled, get a virtual look inside the stadium that is repeatedly famous as being the stomping ground for FC Barcelona. Via this virtual tour, you can check out the bleachers, the pitch, the VIP boxes, official stores, locker rooms, and the FCB museum.
- The Basilica de La Sagrada Familia: There is no dedicated tour available for the interior of the magnificent Sagrada Familia but that should not stop you from experiencing the rich history of the Cathedral. There is a street view of the Cathedral available for VR so that you can get to tour outside the Familia and marvel at its grandeur. This Church was designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi and easily attracts more than 3000000 people every year and is estimated to finish its completion around 2026.
- Museu Nacional D’art De Catalunya: If you’re a fan of art and culture, then The Museu Nacional D’art De Catalunya is the right place for you. The virtual tour of the national museum of Catalan art provides you with the incredible museum, making navigation around the grand hallways to seek and view inspiring art as simple as it can be. This is one of the largest museums in Spain, housed in the beautiful Palau Nacional.
- Barcelona beach: Discover the pristine sandy stretch of the Barcelonian beach which was renovated in 1992 for the Olympics. This beach is considered to be the highlight of any trip to the Spanish city.
VR tours of Barcelona provide you with an excellent virtual experience of the city and its surroundings from the comfort of your home.