With Google one can already travel to the past and move to places on the planet by navigating in 3D through emulations of historical places created masterfully. This is the case of the last layer launched in Google Earth where three-dimensional images of more than six thousand buildings in the city of Rome have been incorporated in 320 A.D.
Through the application, one can put the laurels on his head and stroll through the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and other emblematic places in the heart of the Roman Empire.
After all, traveling can also be a state of mind so, today, who doesn't travel is because they don't want to.
In this video you can see an explanation of the project to get an idea: