The Immersive Immersive View feature in Google Maps – which allows you to virtually explore landmarks – is finally getting a major update in five major cities around the world, which should make it easier to find your way around.

When the feature was announced at Google I/O 2022, Immersive View allowed people to virtually tour hundreds of landmarks, from the Tokyo Tower to the Acropolis of Athens. Using a combination of aerial and street imagery – along with some AI assistance – Immersive View can show you an accurate 3D model of a tourist spot, giving you an idea of ​​the layout and size of the location. It can also provide data from Google Maps, including guest reviews, times when the location is typically busier and quieter, and what the weather is like.

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