2. World-Cruise By Yuki Eikawa
World-Cruise is a commercial product, but visit the YouTube channel of Egawauemon for over a hundred HD exploration videos from around the world. Make sure you’re operating in fullscreen 1080p for maximum effect.
6. The Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent College Of Law
The Oyez Project mainly features a database on major constitutional cases heard by the United States Supreme Court, but it also houses a nifty interactive virtual tour of the United States Supreme Court, including somewhat inaccessible areas for the public, such as the Justice’s chambers.
This Russian website may seem like gibberish at first, but a quick Google translation reveals a treasure-trove of arial tours from around the world. The one above features the city center of Moscow, but there are arial views of cities all over the planet, and even the seven wonders of the world.
10. Google Sightseeing
Google Maps and Google Earth are great tools to explore the world, but who wants to sort through all that data on their own? Use the independently run Google Sightseeing for suggestions on unique and interesting places to visit. Like a virtual tour guide!