Street View is one of the most impressive features of Google Maps, as they allow us to see at street level how are the roads and roads of most of the planet.
As the name implies, randomstreetview.com is a web page with a very clear mission: take us to a random point on Google Street View in a matter of seconds. Prepare to travel every time you refresh the page.
Lonely roads, unknown places
In the upper left we will see a small map that tell us where in the world we are, and below we will find a button ("Next >>") that allows us to move to the next location.
If we refresh the page we will appear again in a different place. In my tests I have verified that most of the world are roads on which there is practically nothing, although I have also ended up in residential neighborhoods of Great Britain or Australia.
Some examples of lonely roads that I have found:
It also allows us put the page in full screen (in case we want a more immersive experience) and it is possible to move up or down the street just like we do on the Google Maps website.
It is an ideal page to always have on hand, and occasionally teleport to places where (surely) we will never visit physically.
It is also a good tool for those people who want to investigate in every corner of Google Maps in search of strange situations that have been recorded by Street View cars.
This website will teleport you to random places on Google Street View