For those of you can't get to Brazil this month, Google Maps offers an exploration of all things World Cup. They've put together Street View tours of the cities, the stadiums, and even can help you out with directions to the world's biggest soccer tournament.
For Brazil superfans, Google suggests you check out their iconic painted streets:
Of course, the actual stadiums are also a major attraction. There are twelve of them in total (including the ones that aren't quite finished) so you can explore where your team will be playing first. Take a tour here:
If you aren't much for soccer but want to get into the World Cup spirit, Google also pulled together some of the more popular Brazilian tourist destinations, like Iguaçu National Park and St. Michael of the Missions.
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