Landmarks to Visit for the Barcelonian VR Tour
In these bizarre days of lockdown and quarantine, people are bored to stay at home and are in the search for entertainment. Many want to go for tours around different places. But due to travel bans in different regions, it is quite impossible to physically travel. So, with the extensive advancements in technology, different organizations have turned to using Virtual Reality to help people travel from the comfort of their homes with VR glasses. One place which is a favorite VR destination is Barcelona. There are various places that people can visit through VR.
Basílica de la Sagrada Família
This Roman Catholic basilica is unfinished to this date and started back in the late 1800s. The church is situated in the Eixample district of Barcelona whose chief architect is Antoni Gaudi, who took over Francisco de Paula del Villar. The construction of this church was fully funded by donations and the construction was interrupted several times due to various reasons. This landmark stands atop the list of VR destinations.
Some of the most prized and expensive artworks of the medieval period Spanish artist Pablo Picasso are preserved here in this museum. Situated in the Old City, La Ribera neighborhood in Barcelona, Catalonia, it is among the attractive tourist destinations offered in VR travels.
Palau de la Música Catalana
Antoni Gaudi’s teacher Lluís Domènech i Montaner was the chief architect of this Catalan concert hall situated in Casc Antic, Eixample, Barcelona. The virtual tours take the customers through this exemplary work of architecture which is worth visiting.
This is one of the other masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi, who along with other architects built this monument, which is also known as the House of Bones. It is also located in the Eixample district of Barcelona and is a notable tourist attraction in virtual tours.
The last private residence constructed by Antoni Gaudi, which is also known as La Pedrera or The Stone Quarry. It is one of those modernist buildings in Barcelona. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it has now turned into a museum housing various art exhibitions and cultural events throughout the year. It is also a top VR destination offered.
The Barcelonian VR tours offer a plethora of destinations to choose and travel from for the highly enthusiastic travelers who are confined to their homes due to various unwanted reasons.