· By Denisa Mihaila
April's travel guide - virtual edition
Since we all need to practice social distancing and travelling is not an option for now, we've got you covered!
By now, you may have already finished your favourite series on Netflix and your motivation to exercise in your living room is probably sat on the sofa too!
We have prepared a list of places you can visit (virtually) from the comfort of your home!
Louvre Museum Paris has popular exhibitions with free virtual tours;
Smithsonian Museum of Natural History can be virtually visited with a 360° rooms tour;
The Vatican Museum is offering virtual tours of the New Wing, Niccoline Chapel, Sistine Chapel and many others;
The British Museum London: Egyptian mummies and Aztecs history are amongst a few of the things you can learn more about.
If you're a LEGO lover, the Great Lego Race and Miniland USA can be visited online
Ever ridden a virtual roller coaster? No? Us either. Now you can, at SeaWorld Orlando.