Experience the world from your couch

With the help of professional tour guides, and virtual reality. No previous experience required.




harry potter edinburgh virtual tour


The Harry Potter Tour of Edinburgh

Follow the footsteps of the remarkable muggle J.K. Rowling, as we explore some of the locations that are thought to have inspired the Harry Potter books.

Pearls of Dubai Virtual tour

Pearls of


United Arab Emirates | PG
Insider | Off-the-beaten track

Budapest virtual tour poster

Budapest Through the Ages

Hungary | PG
History | Landmarks | Educational

Secrets of Barcelona virtual tour poster

Secrets of


Spain | PG
Legends | Insider | Mystery

Berlin Virtual Tour Poster

Berlin: The World’s

First LGBTIQ Capital

Germany | PG-13
History | Alternative | Moving


About Us

Travel the world,

from your couch!


We hand-pick the best, most exciting and coveted experiences around the world to turn into virtual tours.


We work with real, professional tour guides who share their passion and knowledge in the virtual tours.


We are using immersive technologies to help you feel like you are really there.


We provide live sessions where you can ask your burning questions, learn more about the culture from a local and simply hang out with friends in a new way.

Join our virtual tours from your computer, mobile, or tablet.

Our virtual tours are also available on your VR headset browser.

No download required.

What they say

“This is the perfect solution for people who are less mobile, don’t have time, or the funds to travel the world.”

Renata Feyen

Lifestyle Blogger, Seadbeady

“I am now a convert to immersive travel”

Lorraine Worsley-Carter

Travel Writer, Quays Life

“So much fun to have a virtual passport to travel, learn and explore!”

Elise Edwards

Travel Blogger, Six Feet Apart

Zenobia Wreck Dive



Dive deep into the Mediterranean sea to explore one of the most famous wreck dives in the world in this free virtual tour!

Nicknamed ‘The Titanic of the Mediterranean’, Zenobia is a 165-metre ferry that sank to a depth of 42 meters on her maiden voyagein 1980, taking her estimated £200 million worth of cargo down to the seabed.

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