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5 Easy Ways To Feel Like You’re Traveling When You Can’t


With the number of Covid-19 cases in the U.S. continuing to skyrocket, it’s not a good time to be traveling—even the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending people stay home this holiday season. If you’re playing it safe during the pandemic and running out of books and movies to live through vicariously until it’s safe to travel again, here are five easy ways to get your fix for culture, history, food, language, music and all the other things you love about travel without leaving home.

Take A Virtual Tour Of The Sydney Opera House

While Americans won’t be able to visit Australia for a while due to the country’s strict Covid-19 travel restrictions, you can still take a virtual guided tour of one of its most iconic attractions, The Sydney Opera House, via Zoom. Learn about the history of this famous building, see one of Opera Australia’s performers take the stage, get a behind-the-scenes look at The Australian Ballet’s rehearsal, ask your guide questions and interact with other “visitors” from around the world. The 45-minute online experience is available at 5:30 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. ET and costs about $13 per person.

Attend The Riviera Maya Jazz Festival Online

This year, the Riviera Maya Jazz Festival is happening virtually via Facebook and YouTube from November 27-29, so you won’t miss a thing. Tune in for three days of live jazz performed by the best musicians in Mexico, including Aguamala, Elite Band, Xamán, Memo Ruíz, the Diego Maroto Quartet, Pepe Hernández and the Paco Rosas Quintet, among other guests.

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