VADUZ, Liechtenstein (September 2, 2008) – Travelers worldwide know that they can preview holiday destinations by visiting Google Earth to view pictures from panoramio.com, articles from Wikipedia or videos from YouTube. Now, Webcams.travel makes it possible to see what destinations all over the world really look like at this moment. Webcams.travel makes this possible by providing access to thousands of webcam pictures via its Webcam Community now accessible in 24 languages.
Do you want to visit world famous places like the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, the spectacular Matterhorn in Switzerland and nice beaches in the Caribbean and see what they look like right now? You can easily do that with Webcams.travel and Google Earth by visiting: http://www.webcams.travel/google-earth/
Webcams.travel is a second-generation webcam portal based on map solutions provided by Google Maps and Google Earth. Users can rate and comment on webcams or add the most interesting webcams to their personal favorites list. Currently, approximately 6,000 of the world’s most beautiful and fantastic places are available via webcams that are physically located all over the world yet connected and available in one place, the Webcam Community.
Webcam owners can add their webcam to http://www.webcams.travel for free and place it at the right location on the map. The subscribed webcam may be available on Google Earth and Google Maps a very short time later.
On today’s crowded Internet, webcams are a very powerful online marketing tool. Travelers increasingly use webcams to find, evaluate and settle their plans.