Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Virtual tour - Loreta Square in Prague

Just to give you an example of how the virtual tour looks like you can enjoy a virtual visit to one of the most beautiful european cities and increasingly popular destination - Prague, capital of the Czech Republic. The view below was shot at Loreta Square in the historical district of Prague.

How to use our virtual tours:
Looking around the interactive panorama is very easy and intuitive: for panning and tilting click the left mouse button and drag the mouse to any desired direction. While panning/tilting, you can also use the "control" and "shift" keys to zoom in and out. Alternatively, the same functionality is provided by the controls on the bottom bar of the virtual scene.


Anonymous said...

This is so great idea! I visited Prague very often and when I miss it now I can walk through one of the typical narrow Old-Town streets, full of ancient houses and palaces, cafés, shops, and galleries, we will walk towards the Charles Bridge, which was established in 1357 by the Roman emperor and Czech king Charles IV at the place of an older bridge. Here you will enjoy the unforgettable view at the beautiful panorama of the Prague Castle and the St. Vitus Cathedral. Relishing the walk along the bridge, crossing the Vltava river, you will reach the Lesser Town, situated below the Prague Castle complex. but real visit to the Golden City is always a wonderful experience, your choice of hotel will add a finishing touch. There are a wide range of Prague hotels, you can choose among depending upon your budget. My conclusion: the biggest tourist attraction that Prague has going for it is the general beauty of the city itself. Charles Bridge and all of the other tourist attractions are just great.

Anonymous said...

Your blog was good!