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Updated by Candice Karas on Dec 11, 2017
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Google Earth Voyages

One of my only complaints about Google Earth's Voyages is that it's hard to find exactly what you need without scrolling through all the categories and options. To help, I created a list of direct links to all available Google Earth Voyages, complete with descriptions and tags so you can search! Be sure to preview voyages for appropriate content before using with students.

Spectacular and iconic bridges from around the globe

Plan your trip to Hungary's capital by visiting top sites like Buda Castle and the Gellert Baths in Google Earth.

Plan your trip by visiting top sites like the Hamburg Museum and Rickmer Rickmers in Google Earth.

Houston is home to one of the nation’s largest Vietnamese populations. Join Zagat editor Molly Moker as she learns all about H-Town’s Southeast Asian food scene in this journey adapted from the YouTube series "Food Tripping with Molly: Texas."

Plan your trip to the dramatically beautiful Greek island by visiting top sites that welcome visitors year-round … even in winter.

Plan your trip by visiting top sites like the Acropolis, the National Archaeological Museum and Areopagus Hill in Google Earth.

From igloos to snow suites, here are icy accommodations recommended by Local Guides — people who share their knowledge about places on Google Maps.

With 10 million visitors and travelers each day, France’s 3,000 stations are re-energizing cities while reflecting the nation’s diversity. Come explore our rich heritage, anchored at the heart of the French regions.

Plan your trip by visiting top sites like the Pont de Pierre and Basilica of St. Michael in Google Earth.

Tour 11 of the ports of call along the picturesque southern coast of France.

Tour some of the most beautiful and historic sites in Japan when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom.

Visit Antarctica, the most southern point of the globe, in Street View.

Get into the holiday spirit with these beautiful and historic markets around Europe and North America.

From dazzling holiday markets to sprawling mountain resorts, here are places to celebrate winter recommended by Local Guides — people who share their knowledge about places on Google Maps.

From snow-capped mountains and glistening cave formations, to constellations of islands, Japan is home to natural splendor outside of its incredible cities. Explore the natural beauty of Japan off the beaten path through Google Street View.

Plan your trip by visiting top sites like Osaka Castle and the National Museum of Art in Google Earth.

Plan your trip by exploring top sites like the Kyoto Imperial Palace and Nishiki Market in Google Earth.

Plan your trip by visiting top sites like the Tokyo Tower and Yasukuni Shrine in Google Earth.

Exploring global places of worship, from the world's largest mosque to a 7th century Shinto shrine

Marvel at the architectural splendours of the Middle Ages on this tour of some of the greatest churches and fortresses of Europe from the 9th to the 15th centuries.

A journey around some of the world's most renowned botanical gardens and arboretums.

The path to Everest Base Camp is dotted with scenic and historic landmarks. Here are picks from Local Guides — people who share their knowledge about places on Google Maps.

Hit the road with the coolest and weirdest highway attractions in the United States.

Climb, crawl and sail through some of the most astonishing caves across the globe, from swirling blue caverns of the Patagonian Andes to Vietnam's underground cave system.

Marvel at celebrated global gardens, from botanical and modern eco to the manicured grounds of grand palaces.