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Do you want to discover the world even in lockdown times? Then you should Drive & Listen look at. The multimedia and free online offer combines videos of car trips with the sound of local radio stations. Whether Amsterdam, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Istanbul, New York City, Tokyo, Zurich or other cities - Drive & Listen offers different destinations and channels. If you drive through Los Angeles, for example, you will pass the famous Hollywood sign. So if you want to go on vacation again despite the corona pandemic, then lean back and call the website of the offer up and take a spin;)
Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Australia are all represented, so you can virtually travel around the world once. And all that from the comfort of your couch. Simply go to the website linked above, select the desired city in the toolbar on the right-hand side and set the radio volume. If the car drives too slowly for you, you can even set the speed from 1x to 1,5x or 2x. You can also turn on or off ambient noise from the street. A tour without radio and with original sounds is also possible.
Berlin, Budapest, Dublin, Hawaii, Havana, Johannesburg, Miami, Saloniki, Warsaw and more await you. To achieve perfect immersion, you can enjoy the car ride without the toolbar on the right. To do this, just click on the little eye symbol in the top right corner. The sidebar is already hidden. If you turn it on again, you will find various links under the controls for the music. Via “Follow me!” You can access the Drive & Listen Instagram profile. Via “Buy me a coffee” you can make a small donation to the developer Erkam. And with "Video source" you get to the YouTube video of the car trip. Have fun
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.