COVID-19: Visuals of Top Destinations Without Tourists
The impact of the coronavirus and the lockdowns that have been put in place have had a world-wide impact. With major restrictions of movement happening in many countries, images have begun to emerge of major landmarks and attractions that are empty of the typical crowds and planes being parked at airports as air traffic has steadily decreased.
See how famous destinations around the United States have been pictured:
Here is Time Square in New York City, one of the most popular tourist destinations.
Below you’ll find Grand Central Terminal: another one of the most visited destinations in New York City.
Here is a nearly empty Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Viewed from above is Lombard Street in San Francisco, California.
Looking internationally, here are images of major cities and tourist destinations:
Here is Westminster Bridge and the London Eye in London, England.
Here is an empty street in Madrid, Spain.
The canals of Venice, Italy are seen empty here.
Pictured is St. Peter’s Square and St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.
Pictured in Rome, Italy, is the Colosseum.
Pictured again in Rome, not far from the Colosseum, is the Trevi Fountain, empty of its usual crowds.
Further north in Italy is Milan with its main square, the Piazza del Duomo.
In Paris, France, the Place de la Concorde is almost empty.
Here is the main square, the Plaza de Armas, in Lima, Peru.
Here is a view of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
While our cities and landmarks are markedly quieter and most of the traveling we’re doing now is done virtually from our homes, we will be able to travel again one day. Let Bell & Bly Travel help plan your post-covid-19 travel!