We all know that soccer World Cup is here starting from June 12th in Brazil. here’s Google getting into this World Cup Fever with the Street View availability of Venues where matches are going to held.
The feature lets people explore all 12 of the World Cup stadiums — from Manaus’ white dome in the Amazon to Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana set among the city’s jungle-covered hills. Google’s also giving fans the chance to virtually walk down Brazil’s painted streets — a Brazilian tradition that ties in with the World Cup every four years.
[quote_box_center]“Whether you’re watching the games from the comfort of your couch or packing your bags for Brazil, Google Maps is your ticket to the World Cup,” Street View program manager Deanna Yick said in a blog post.[/quote_box_center]
If you are heading to Brazil next week then we recommend the use of Google Maps. It allows you or gives access to transit information for all twelve host cities, indoor maps for over a hundred locations, from tournament stadiums to airports, and full turn-by-turn navigation across the country.
You can also watch all the main attractive spots Street view also. If you’re sitting at home and want to be in the touch with Soccer Cup then you can use Google Now sports facility which will help you to keep connected to the Soccer World Cup on the go ort everywhere.