The new trend is travelling (virtually) from the comfort of your own home. Make the most of lockdown: research future holiday destinations thanks to the numerous virtual tours of Scotland available online. Here are out top suggestions.
One of VisitScotland’s best FREE apps, Scotland VR gives you the opportunity to experience some of the country’s most iconic locations through 360° tours, 3D attraction models, a spectacular night mode that will allow you to see the Northern Lights and much more! Available on the App Store and Google Play.
On eyerevolution.co.uk you will find a fascinating selection of interactive 360 virtual tours. What will you be doing today? Walking down The Great Stair at the Palace of Holyroodhouse or learning all about the whisky making process at The Balvenie distillery?
You can now take an aerial tour of Blair Castle on their website, walk through Edinburgh Castle thanks to Google Arts & Culture, or watch a Virtual Venue Visit of Stirling Castle. All for free and without having to queue for hours!
Visit the National Museum of Scotland on Google StreetView, or walk through the Scottish Maritime Museum thanks to 360° photography on their website.
Blair Drummond Safari Park is streaming live content 24/7… check out what the lions and rhinos are up to today! Or head out to the Edinburgh Zoo website and have a look at pandas, penguins, koalas and tigers trough their live webcams.
Cooper Cottages videos and blogs
Last but not least, don’t forget about our very own content. The “A Day in…” series explores some of the most beautiful locations in the area through blog posts and immersive videos. Here are the links:
- A Day in… Comrie
- A Day in… Dundee
- A Day in… Stirling
- A Day in… Rob Roy Country
- A Day in… Killin
- A Day in… Perth
- A Day in… Callander
You can find also find more videos on our YouTube channel.
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