1. Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
The number one attraction in Paris The Eiffel Tower is usually crowded with visitors, which makes the building look very special with the observation decks of the tower empty. The multitude of people has changed to complete peace and quiet.
2. 42nd Street, New York, United States
The busy 42nd Street of New York City, known for its rush of human activity, stretches far out across the splitting Manhattan Island. The long street is usually crowded with locals and tourists alike, which makes it look very special without the crowds. Along the street are Times Square and Bryant Park.
3. Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy
One of the most beloved tourist destinations in Italy, Venice's number one attraction, Piazza San Marco, or San Marco Square, is accustomed to seeing a crowded place. For this reason, the square offers a very special look when it is completely empty.
4. Barceloneta, Barcelona, Spain
Normally crowded with tourist crowds, Barcelona is like a ghost town in times of crowded streets. Few travelers, or even locals, have seen the city's popular Barceloneta beach empty, but now it is possible when no one is in town.
5. Westminster Bridge, London, United Kingdom
London's magnificent bridges are usually crowded with people and cars, but in the current state, the city has been emptied down to bridges. The camera facing the Westminster Bridge at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel not only shows the construction stages of the Big Ben clock on the other side of the bridge, but also the Parliament House.
6. Colosseum, Rome, Italy
For centuries, the Colosseum, the most famous sight in Rome, has been a place where people gather and crowds rejoice. The amphitheater that used to be a popular venue is now a world-famous tourist attraction, so seeing it empty is very special.
7. Diocletian's Palace, Split, Croatia
Split's Old Town is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia, and the historic Diocletian's Palace, with its magnificent buildings and atmospheric squares, usually attracts visitors from all over the world.
8. Astronomical Clock, Prague, Czech Republic
The spectacular Prague Astronomical Clock, loved by travelers, offers a special play every hour as the twelve apostles' statue and death skeleton march out of the watch face for a brief performance. Usually there are hundreds – sometimes thousands – at the clock, and the Old Town Square in Prague is almost never deserted.
9. Syntagma Square, Athens, Greece
Known as the center of Athens, Syntagma Square is full of life from early morning until late at night. It is difficult to imagine Syntagma as the main square in the Greek capital, after the square has become quiet.
10. Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
One of the world's best-known beaches, Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach is renowned for its human activities, as tourists from around the world arrive at the picturesque beach just like locals. Would you have thought that Copacabana could be deserted?
Source: Skyline Webcams