Barcelona VR tour is a virtual tour around Barcelona city the largest city in Catalonia. It is organized by people who love the city and sharing the knowledge they have about their city. The tour is a virtual one where one wears a VR handset and joins a guide in visiting the treasurable city. The technology was brought into action by globetrotters, who bring virtual reality in 360 degrees. This gives a tourist a visit to a virtual world, getting a rare experience of the visit.
Although the tour doesn’t give you opportunities to enjoy the region’s authentic cuisine, like sipping sangria, it always ensure the experience is memorable.
When is the Barcelonian VR tour?
The tour VR tour can be attendant anytime while just seated and relaxed in your home comfortably without bothering anyone.
What do I need for the virtual tour?
To participate in a virtual tour, you must ensure to have a computer with reliable internet, a VR handset, and a headset. This is to ensure that you interact with the tour guide and ask questions about the process.
Where do I visit in Barcelonian Vr Tour?
Barcelonian VR tour takes you to different places, places of the past (the historic places), and the decent areas. On the tour, you will be able to visit areas like:
- Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.
This is a tour for the art fans, it takes you to the national museum of Catalan art in Barcelona one of the largest museums in Spain. It helps you navigate through the museum through a virtual handset. It gives you some taste of what to expect on one of your real visits to the place.
- The Camp Nou.
Camp Nou is a dream for most football fans in the world. It the stadium of one of the greatest clubs in the world, Barcelona Fc. Get a virtual tour of the stadium since the area is restricted for visits in the middle of the Corona Virus pandemic. The stadium has a capacity of less than 100,000 supporters and was built in 1957.
- The Basílica de la Sagrada Família.
This tour offers an outside view of the magnificent Sagrada Familia. The historic church was designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and its one of the most iconic tourist in Spain. It is still an ongoing project that will be completed in the year 2026.