Great isn’t it – strolling the streets of Paris, checking out a Chinese market or even finding it far too fun to walk next to your house. With Google Street View you can travel the world without moving from your seat – well, you can travel with your eyes anyway.
And now you can even spend (or waste) your time browsing the insides of buildings as Google will be rolling out Street View (or building view) for transportation hubs all around the world, including Gatwick airport, London’s mainline train stations as well as airports, train and subway stations across Europe, Asia and the U.S. You can even head inside an Emirates Airbus A380 on the Dubai International Airport runway.
We know, they’re hardly the most scenic of locations, but Google is pitching these new additions as a handy feature for tourists. Travellers can preview where they’ll be departing from and where they’ll be arriving, helping them to get familiar with their journey. Just think – you can use Street View to find your airport terminal and check-in desk before you’ve even left the house.
Check out the inactive map that Google has published to find out which buildings you’ll be able to explore.