With so many places to visit and different cultures to experience, sometimes choosing your next vacation spot can be a tough decision. Vacation is essential for relaxation and personal well-being, a fulfilled life and is the best opportunity to make new memories that will last a lifetime. But each year, more than half of Americans leave vacation time on the table.  Think about how you’d like to update your bucket list by viewing these 360 ° tours of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Or go back to the location of your favorite vacation memories and relive a past trip to see what’s changed. And best of all, no packing’s required!

Google Street View is a virtual representation of panoramic surroundings available in almost any city worldwide. Here is a curated list of Google Street View 360 Tours to check out:

California Wineries and Breweries 

Grab a glass of vino or your favorite IPA as you wander through popular wineries and breweries in the Golden State. Check out the tap room at Barrel Head Brewhouse, explore the vineyards at William Hill Estate Winery, or become truly zen at the South Coast Winery Resort & Spa.  

Disney Parks & Resorts

Take the family on an adventure, all from the comfort of your own home. Explore Disney Parks no fast pass required. See Pandora — the World of Avatar, visit Disneyland in California, check out Mark Twain’s Riverboat ride, and more! 

The Colorado River

Have you always wanted to see the Grand Canyon, go white river rafting, or marvel at the natural stone structures throughout America’s Southwest? With the Colorado River virtual experience, you can see the Colorado River in the rain, check out Deer Creek and squeeze through the narrowest point. 

Ski Resorts & Slopes

Hit the trails at some of the World’s most famous mountains. Marvel at the view from Breckenridge Ski Resort, see Squaw Valley Resort and even hit fresh powder on the Alps. No ski pass needed, just click the link for wintertime fun. 

Virginia Historic Landmarks 

Virginia may be for lovers, but it is also filled with awesome American cultural locations. Visit the Edgar Allan Poe Museum, see the Anne Spencer House & Garden, and stop by Colonial Williamsburg. Hop around Virginia’s most popular landmarks all in one fun-filled day at home. 

Quebec, Canada

Stroll this European inspired city to the North and take in the views of the famous Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac during both night and day. You decide which one is more breathtaking. Stroll through Old Quebec, visit the Bassin Louis, and stand in awe of the Cathedral Basicllica di Notre Dame de Quebec. 

Northern Lights

Don’t live in view of the Northern Lights? No problem, thanks to the internet. See the Northern, Eastern, Southeast, and Northwest Aurora Borealis. Set the scene at home, turn down the lights and marvel at nature’s beauty. 

Canals of Venice

Visit St. Mark’s Square, sail under the Rialto Bridge, and feel like royalty at Doge’s Palace. Imagine you are on a Gondola captained by your own Venetian guide wearing stripes and singing Italian folk songs. 

Danube River 

Traverse the mighty Danube, Europe’s second-longest waterway, to ports throughout Central Europe. Visit the Parliament building in Budapest, see the rock sculpture of Decebalus, and stop in exciting Bratislava, Slovakia. 

Ferrari Museums in Italy

Vroom vroom, start your engines! See this coveted Italian sports car in all it’s glory at Ferrari museums across Italy. Pay homage to Pavarotti, see the Formula One World Champions, and dream of zipping through the Italian countryside in your very own car. 

Ireland Highlights

Welcome to the Emerald Isle. Enjoy the Jameson Experience in Midleton, stretch out on St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin, and island-hop to Archill and Dursey. Experience the green landscape as far as the eye can see. 

Pyramids of Giza

You’ll be walking like an Egyptian after exploring the Pyramids of Giza. See the Great Sphinx, the Khufu Ship, and Pyramids of Khufu and Menkaure.

Charles Bridge, Prague

Explore the Golden City’s gothic 14th century Charles Bridge. See the views, stop and view the sculptures, and visit the Old Town Bridge Tower. 

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Did you know the Eiffel Tower was supposed to be a temporary addition to Paris, as it was erected in 1889 for the World’s Fair? See Paris from 5 different views, and dream of warm French days wandering the Champs Elysees, trying delicious desserts, and sipping Champagne. 

Find More 360 Tours

You can find more tours on Google Earth here.