Top 10 places in Europe
to visit for free
Hello! The quarantine situation knocked us all down. The world is changing, and so are we. We communicate with many mystery shopper agencies, and the situation of mystery shopper services and programs leaves much to be desired. But this does not prevent people from living large, enjoy every single day, and visit new and interesting places — even online! Our mystery customers asked to make a selection of popular places that can be visited both online and offline.
Discover new places and recharge with positive energy even during the quarantine.
1. The Louvre
The Louvre is the largest art museum in the world! Visit Egyptian tombs and feast eyes with the incredible beauty of Michelangelo’s paintings. Pop-in — you will definitely not regret it! If you are a teacher or under 26, the entrance is free for you.
2. Bruges: Church of Our Lady
If you have ever heard the phrase “Madonna and Child”, then you should definitely visit this place. The entrance to the church is absolutely free.
3. Madrid: Visit 2 museums for free
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía — free admission on Saturdays after 2.30 PM and all day on Sunday.
Prado museum — free admission every Sunday.
4. The British Museum
This museum offers virtual tours using Google Street View technology. We recommend visiting it not only online but offline as well.
5. Budapest: Fisherman’s Bastion
Fisherman’s Bastion is a short terrace on Castle Hill. See the unforgettable view of the city, feel the freedom inside you, and of course, don’t forget to take some cool pics!
6. SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Take a look at the incredible exhibits and treasures of the museum! A virtual tour of the entire territory is available now! Be sure to check out the Hall of Mammals, Insect Zoo, and Dinosaurs and Hall of Paleobiology.
7. Nice: Modern Art Museum
The Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain is a 10-minute walk from the city center. The entrance is free! Hurry up!
8. THE DALÍ THEATER-MUSEUM
The museum is located in Figueres in Catalonia, Spain. If you are a fan of Dali’s oeuvre, you should definitely go there. The artist is also buried in this place. The virtual tour is available for everyone!
If space is an interesting topic for you — a virtual tour at NASA welcomes you! Also, you can watch and listen to the stories about space exploration in audio or video format.
10. London: the River Thames
See London’s top attractions for free. Start your journey from Tower Bridge, Tate Modern, Westminster Bridge, and pop-into the open-air book market. A charge of vigor and a good mood is 100% guaranteed!
Of course, our list can be extended.
We urge you to adhere to the personal hygiene guidelines established by the World Health Organization and the mystery shoppers associations. Also, we would like to mention that by becoming our target secret shopper, you can visit a huge variety of new places and get monetary rewards for your job. Do not hesitate to register for our mystery shopper program right now!