We’re about a week away from the commencing of the big tournament known as the FIFA World Cup, and Google is preparing in a couple of different ways. Aside from forthcoming Google Now scores and schedules functionality and new Chromecast apps, they’re giving us a look at Brazil and the inside of several World Cup stadiums in all their glory through Google Maps Street View.
More than 100 locations in Brazil have been tricked out with indoor maps to make sure you can always get around, and if you aren’t lucky enough to attend you can get a first-hand look of it all as if you were there (but nothing beats actually being there, of course). It’s all available on either mobile or desktop, so be sure to check it out if you needed yet another reason to get hyped about kick-off.
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TAGS: 2014 FIFA World Cup , Street View