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Are you trying to decide which location should you choose for your next vacation? What will help more than brochures and travel pamphlets is an actual, more ‘real’ view of the places you plan on visiting. This view can be received through Webcams Travel.

Webcams Travel is a free and simple to use website that lets you see the real time camera feeds of countless people throughout the world. These webcams have been fixed at different locations all over the world.

real time camera feeds

Simply browse over a location’s map; the webcam locations are highlighted by thumbnails on the map. Click on a thumbnail and you will be displayed the camera’s feed.

live camera feeds around the world

Along with the latest pictures from the webcam you can see the camera’s exact geographical location on the provided map.


People who create an account on the site can rate webcam feeds and add certain feeds to their list of favorites so they are easily accessible.

Overall, Webcams Travel can serve not only as a great site for tourists but also for casual browsers curious to find out what other parts of the world look like outside of brochures and pamphlets.


  • A user friendly website.
  • Lets you view webcam feeds from around the world.
  • Provides geographical information on the webcam’s location.
  • Lets you create an account and add webcam feeds to your favorites.
  • Similar services: iPhoneWebcam.

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  1. DeppJones
    January 21, 2011 at 9:50 am

    Why do they display these huge and almost current previews?
    Do they want to make their visitors believe they see the current webcam image so they don't need to leave webcams travel to visit the website of the webcam owner (the people who spent time, money and effort to set up a webcam to drive traffic to THEIR website and not to webcams travel)?
    Or are they trying to hide the fact that many links to the real webcams are wrong and their so-called "community" is not able to keep webcams travel up to date?

  2. JohnDoe
    January 13, 2011 at 10:25 am does NOT offer "Real Time Camera Feeds", they provide a static preview image updated on an hourly basis in most cases.
    Sometimes you get to the real time image when you click the source-link and with luck there is a live feed behind this link instead of a static webcam image.

    January 4, 2011 at 9:20 am

    There is also another similar application (iPhone App) from