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We invite you to take a virtual tour of Tikal. To start a tour, click on one of the blue pins on the map below.

Imagine your are in Guatemala and that you are just visiting Tikal, the ruins of one of the largest cities the great Maya civilization has ever built. The site so extraordinary that it was chosen by George Lucas as one of the filming locations for Yavin 4 in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. There are literally thousands of buildings everywhere around you in the jungle, still waiting to be discovered. You can feel the energy in the air, the breeze of the wind in the trees is almost like shamans whispering ancient secrets to everybody who is willing to listen.

Start your tour at Acopolis del Norte, in front of Gran Plaza in Tikal. There is a hundred of structure just on this single plaza. The most magnificient Templo I (The Temple of Grand Jaguar) can be seen on the left side of the plaza and Templo II (The Temple of Masks) to the right. Feel free to climb on the Templo II, it guarantees a satisfying view of the plaza and of the Templo I.

Screenshot of the Tikal virtual tour

Just about 10 minutes of walk from here you will find the 58 meters (190 foot) high Templo V. If you dare to climb the steep stairs it will reward you with an amazing view of the surrounding jungle. For those not so brave, you can take a look at the shelter next to the temple, which has pictures of how the temple looked when it was found by the archaeologists for the first time.

From here you can either go to take a walk to a nearby ceiba tree, the national tree of Guatemala, or go to the Templo IV in the west, which offers another breathtaking view of the Gran Plaza. Now, without further do, enter the virtual tour yourself by clicking on one of the blue pins:


(Click to open the tour in a new window)

The virtual tour was created using the Immersive Tour Builder technology by 360 Cities and then embedded into this blog. If you are interested in getting a tour like this for your business or venue, please contact us.

Did you know it is possible to embed thousands of high-resolution panoramic 360 photos, directly on your own website or blog? If you have ever put a Youtube clip into a blog, then you know how to publish an interactive panorama in your blog.

Make your website beautiful with more than free photography – immersive 360 panoramic photos will “wow” your viewers. Show the best parts of your city, or the most exotic locations where you’ve never been – it’s up to you.

Take a look at how it will look like, and feel free to play with it:


Winter Dream Sunset on Krvavec in Slovenia

On most of our panoramas you will see a tab in the top left corner of the image which says “embed & share”. Click on it and follow the instructions.

For a step-by-step guide how to embed a panorama, visit our Help Center.

This is a thank you to all AWESOME people who upload the wonderful panoramas of NATURE to 360 Cities!

Now this is just a tip of an iceberg. There are new submissions every hour, which is obviously too much for this blog. Therefore we decided to share with you what seem to be the most amazing submissions so far.

All panoramas you can see below represent 1 point for the author in the competition. You need to get at least 4 points to enter the draw for the PTGui Pro license. The participant who get’s the most points will win the main prize for this stage, which is Samyang f3.5 8mm lens. The next stage of the competition is starting December 2nd and it’s going to be even more exciting. The main prize will be a Nodal Ninja panoramic head and EZ-leveler and the second prize another PTGUI Pro license! To enter the competition just upload panoramas to 360 Cities. The theme for the first stage is NATURE and the theme for the second stage will be announced when the stage starts. Read the more about the prizes and rules of the competition.


Falasarna Lagoun in Chania


Pierres moussues à Comper in France


Chenuis Falls in USA


березовая роща пгт. Комсомольский in Ukraine


Bamburgh Dunes in England


chateau Pointe de Dinan C18 in Cornouaille

Read more about the competition here: Tour de 360 Cities Panorama Competition

In the US, the Grand Canyon Railway company just licensed and embedded a set of great panoramas of their rolling stock made by 360 Cities member Willy Kaemena on his recent trip to the states. Imho, they make an already very good website even nicer and more informative for visitors. Check it out.