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Test yourself with these travel quiz questions and answers! From capital cities to geography, see how many of these travel questions you can get right!

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Do you love travelling and think you know the world inside out? Do you think you can beat your friends and family to be crowned the ‘King or Queen of Travelling’? If you answered yes, then this is the ultimate travel quiz.

If you’re looking at hosting a fun quiz or having your friends over for a travel trivia night, these travel quiz questions and answers are perfect at testing your world knowledge and geography.

In this quiz you’ll find lots of questions on fun travel trivia, flag quiz questions, world geography trivia, and there’s even a travel picture quiz in there for you too.

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I’ve always loved a good pub quiz, but recently I’ve been doing about 3 quizzes a week. Once thing I’ve quickly learned is I’m quite good at general knowledge but I really know my travel trivia questions. Whenever there’s a travel round my eyes light up.

I always feel that being a travel blogger I’ve got a bit of an unfair advantage when it comes to travel trivia, but hey, I’m not complaining. One of the reasons I love travelling so much is learning about different cultures and societies. I’ve always said travelling is the best education in the world because you just learn so much.

While I’ve been locked up inside I wanted to come up with these travel quiz questions and answers to test your world knowledge.

If you fancy hosting your own virtual quiz then hopefully you can use some of these questions. First of all, let’s see how many you can get right!

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Also, if you enjoy this quiz, then make sure you take my Countries Quiz Questions here. This is one of my most popular quizzes so see how you can do! And this one is a bit more niche, but try and take on my USA Trivia Questions too.

If you’re looking for some other fun quizzes to do, then make sure you check out my other site Ultimate Quiz Questions . This site is packed with the world’s best quizzes on every topic, so enjoy!

And if you need a little inspiration or information, check out my other site Fun Facts About . This website is full of interesting facts that’ll blow your mind, so take a look now!

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50 Travel quiz questions

1. There are two countries that are completely land-locked in South America – name one of them?

2. Which is the only US State to have a one syllable name?

3. What is the line of latitude 23.5° north of the Equator more commonly known as?

4. Which European capital was built on 14 islands?

5. In 1993, ‘Ayers Rock’ also became known by its Aboriginal name – what is this name?

6. Which island country in the southeastern Caribbean Sea is also known as the ‘Island of Spice’?

7. In which country is there a natural gas pit nicknamed the ‘Door to Hell’ that has been burning since 1971?

8. In which country would you find the currency ‘baht’?

9. If you were having a cocktail at Bodeguita del Medio in Havana , Cuba, what would you be drinking?

10. What is Europe’s most mountainous country?

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11. Which lake is called the ‘jewel of the Italian lakes’?

12. In which country is the world’s highest waterfall?

13. Who were the first two people to summit Mount Everest in Nepal? (Half a point each!)

14. Which country has the longest coastline in the world?

15. Where would you find the Callanish ?

16. Which capital city has a name that means “good airs” in English?

17. What is the only country in the world to be ruled by an Emperor?

18. What island in San Francisco Bay was the site of an almost escape-proof prison?

19. What is the largest country in Africa?

20. Which capital city has the most Michelin stars in the world – London, Paris or Toyko?

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21. Which two cities did the original Orient Express travel between? (Half a point each!)

22. What is the deepest lake in the world?

23. Which two countries are the Iguazu Falls part of? (Half a point for each!)

24. In 1976, Saigon in Vietnam changed its name to…?

25. What is the most southerly capital city in the world?

26. What’s the capital of Australia?

27. Which country has more lakes than the rest of the world combined?

28. Which river formed the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA?

29. What is the only country in the world not to have a rectangular or square flag?

30. Which landlocked sea is 422m (1,385ft) below sea level?

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31. How many islands does Australia have within its maritime borders – 82, 822, 8,222?

32. Germany’s flag is made up of what three colours?

33. By land area, which is the biggest state in the USA?

34. On which Caribbean island can you swim with pigs?

35. Which famous cocktail originated in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore?

Travel quiz: Picture round & flags

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So, how many of these travel trivia questions do you think you got right? Did you find it easy or hard?

Right, it’s time for the answers. Fingers crossed you got more than 50%!

Plan your own quiz night

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These are a few of my favourite quiz books that I use to plan fun trivia nights with friends:

  • Ultimate Quiz Night
  • Quiz Master
  • The Big Pub Quiz

Travel trivia: Questions and answers

1. What country is completely land-locked in South America? Bolivia or Paraguay . They are both landlocked despite right in the middle of South America.

2. Which is the only US State to have a one syllable name? Maine . This one was an easy one, right? If you want some more US Trivia Questions , open up this quiz and see how well you can do.

3. What is the line of latitude 23.5° north of the Equator more commonly known as? The Tropic of Cancer

4. Which European capital was built on 14 islands? Stockholm . The whole of Sweden actually has over 221,800 islands, making it the most in the world.

5. In 1993, ‘Ayers Rock’ also became known by its Aboriginal name, what is this name? Uluru . This is to respect the Aboriginal people as the custodians of the land.

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6. Which island country in the southeastern Caribbean Sea is also known as the ‘Island of Spice’? Grenada . You can get some damn good rum from there too.

7. In which country is there a natural gas pit nicknamed the ‘Door to Hell’ that has been burning since 1971? Turkmenistan . Google the pictures, it’s crazy.

8. In which country would you find the currency ‘baht’? Thailand

9. If you were having a cocktail at Bodeguita del Medio in Havana, Cuba, what would you be drinking? A mojito . This drink was invented in this bar.

10. What is Europe’s most mountainous country? Switzerland

11. Which lake is called the ‘jewel of the Italian lakes’? Lake Como

12. In which country is the world’s highest waterfall? Venezuela

13. Who were the first two people to summit Mount Everest in Nepal? (Half a point each!) Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary . This is one of the harder travel trivia questions!

14. Which country has the longest coastline in the world? Canada

15. Where would you find the Callanish? The Isle of Harris in Scotland . You can read all about it here ! Basically, it is Scotland’s version of Stonehenge dating back thousands of years. It really is fascinating.

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16. Which capital city has a name that means “good airs” in English? Buenos Aires in Argentina . Hopefully you knew that one.

17. What is the only country in the world to be ruled by an Emperor? Japan . The current emperor of Japan is Naruhito.

18. What island in San Francisco Bay was the site of an almost escape-proof prison? Alcatraz . Now you can take tours of Alcatraz to see what life would have been like in the prison.

19. What is the largest country in Africa? Algeria . This is one of those geography trivia questions that always comes up.

20. Which capital city has the most Michelin stars in the world – London, Paris or Toyko? Tokyo . I always think this question is quite surprising!

21. Which two cities did the original Orient Express travel between? (Half a point each!) Paris and Istanbul

22. What is the deepest lake in the world? Lake Baikal in Russia.

23. Which two countries are the Iguazu Falls part of? (Half a point for each!) Argentina and Brazil

24. In 1976, Saigon in Vietnam changed its name to…? Ho Chi Minh City . If you’re planning of visiting this city, you can check out my Vietnam packing list to help you on your way!

25. What is the most southerly capital city in the world? Wellington . This is such a beautiful city to visit.

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26. What’s the capital of Australia? Canberra . Come on, you got this one, right? This is one of those travel questions and answers that a lot of people get wrong!

27. Which country has more lakes than the rest of the world combined? Canada

28. Which river formed the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA? Colorado

29. What is the only country in the world not to have a rectangular or square flag? Nepal . This is a great road trip trivia question when you’re travelling with the family.

30. Which landlocked sea is 422m (1385ft) below sea level? The Dead Sea bordering Jordan and Israel. It’s the one where you can’t sink due to the high concentration of salt!

31. How many islands does Australia have within its maritime borders – 82, 822, 8,222? 8,222 . I visited one of them at Lord Howe Island last year. It’s definitely not what you’d expect but it’s incredibly beautiful!

32. Germany’s flag is made up of what three colours? Black, red and yellow . The same as Belgium but the lines are in a different configuration.

33. By land area, which is the biggest state in the USA? Alaska . This was the second last state to be incorporated into the United States of America in 1959.

34. On which Caribbean island can you swim with pigs? Bahamas . It sounds weird but it’s become such a popular tourist attraction these days. I just had to ask this in my vacation quiz!

35. Which famous cocktail originated in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore? The Singapore Sling

Travel trivia: Picture round answers

(Landmark = 1 point, capital city = 1 point)

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1. Angkor Wat, Cambodia

2. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

3. Golden Gate Bridge, USA

4. Christ the Redeemer, Brazil

5. Taj Mahal, India

Travel quiz: Flag answers

(Flag= 1 point)

3. Colombia

4. South Africa

5. Thailand

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In total there are 55 points up for grabs in this travel and tourism quiz. The question is, how many did you get? You can let me know in the comments below!

Did you enjoy my travel quiz questions and answers? If so, make sure you share it with your friends and family! Test them and see how they do. I bet you can beat them though.

And don’t forget you can take the Ultimate Countries Quiz and the ever popular Funny Quiz Questions . All you sports fans can take on my Sports Quiz too. If you enjoyed these questions from around the world, then you’ll love these quizzes too!

Also, make sure you check out our quizzes about Great Britain and England over on the Great British Bucket List. They’re really enjoyable too!

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Macca Sherifi is the founder of the multiple award-winning blogs An Adventurous World and the Great British Bucket List. Every month he inspires over 200,000 avid readers to travel the world.

7 thoughts on “50+ AMAZING Travel Quiz Questions and Answers”

52 out of 55. Decent quiz, I enjoyed that. Thought the Hell pit was in Uzbekistan for some reason. I thought the island of spice was Cuba… Idiot Knew Callanish was Scottish but answered as Ireland when doing the quiz.

That’s a great effort Craig, well done!

I didn’t do too well, but enjoyed it a lot. Just one small point: Germany’s flag is made up of the colours red, black and gold, not yellow. It dates back to the Prussian resistance against Napoleonic rule. Volunteer soldiers wore black uniforms with red buttons and golden trimmings. The colours became a symbol of freedom and nation. Thanks for the great quiz.

Thanks for the comment Jean. I’m glad you enjoyed the quiz, and it’s always good to have a bit more background information on Germany!

@Jean, Good photograph took. Thank you.

Santosh Saha

That was really fun idea. Although I didn’t do well on your test but it was actually really fun to learn new things about the world.

Hope to see your coming blog. Thanks for the post.

@Pradip Karki, Send me more quizzes. Thank you.

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33+ Travel Trivia Questions & Answers (Fun Quiz)

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Let these travel trivia questions take you around the world without ever leaving your home. People always love to travel , and while not everyone has the resources to really do the trips, reading and learning about the different places there is almost as satisfying.

What better way to learn about various destinations than having fun quizzing your friends?

This is where our list of trivia questions come into play . We've got all sorts of questions to make sure that your next trivia night would make you smarter and more in love with the world.

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10 Best Travel Trivia

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The best travel trivia questions are those that tackle the most popular travel destinations, ones that will make you feel like you know a lot by knowing just a little. Does that make sense? Well, if you take a look at these trivia questions, it will make sense.

1. What is the most visited tourist attraction in the world?

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Times Square

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On a busy day, over 460,000 visitors go to Times Square. Annually, the number of visitors to this famous landmark racks up to 50 million.

2. What is the nickname for the clock at the end of the Palace of Westminster?

The Big Ben was completed in 1859 and had its 150th anniversary in 2009. It has been declared a UNESCO Heritage Site since 1987, although the reason why it is called Big Ben is really not clear. Some say its name was from Sir Benjamin Hall who oversaw its installation.

3. What was Ho Chi Minh City previously called?

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4. Name the largest art museum in the world?

The Louvre, Paris

At 782,910 sq ft, The Louvre is the largest art museum in the world. A close second is the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, with a gallery space of 719,840 sq ft.

5. Which Greek God has been immortalized in a statue that you can visit in Olympia?

In ancient Greek religion, Zeus is the sky and thunder God, the king of the gods of Mt Olympus. His statue in Olympia is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, together with the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.

6. Which French city is home to a landmark designed by Gustave Eiffel?

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7. Name the four President’s heads who are carved into Mount Rushmore.

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln

Attracting 2 million visitors annually, Mount Rushmore National Memorial was designed by sculptor Guzton Borglum, together with his son Lincoln. The original design was actually to depict the presidents from head to waist, but due to lack of funding, the project ended up with only the heads.

8. What is the most photographed landmark in Australia?

Sydney Opera House

Also another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sydney Opera House is Sydney's best-known landmark.

9. Which lake is famously referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Italian Lakes’?

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10. What is the scientific name for the Northern Lights?

Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis was named after the Roman goddess of the dawn, Aurora.

8 Fun Travel Trivia

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It's a waste of time and other resources if you travel and don't have a lot of fun. The same goes for travel trivia. It's a major bummer if you won't include fun trivia questions . Don't let that happen to you.

11. Where in Egypt can you find The Great Pyramid?

Cairo, Giza

The third-largest city in Egypt, Giza, is home to not only the Great Pyramid, but also to the Great Sphinx.

12. Which continent doesn't have ants?

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13. Are there native snakes in New Zealand?

Since New Zealand is an isolated country that had developed its ecosystem individually, there are no snakes that are native to this land.

14. In which country is the Plain of Jars?

The Plain of Jars is so-called because it contains thousands of stone jars, which were believed to be associated with prehistoric burial practices.

15. Which famous cocktail originated in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore?

Singapore Sling

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16. Which Walt Disney World Resort in Florida has areas/lands called Future World and World Showcase?

In 2019, Epcot ranked as the 7th most visited theme park in the world, with over 12 million guests.

17. On which Caribbean island can you swim with pigs?

You can swim with pigs on Pig Beach, located on an island entirely uninhabited by humans called Big Major Cay.

18. Name Italy’s most popular frozen dessert?

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To make your trivia session more challenging, throw in some hard trivia questions that will get your group thinking. These questions will ensure that you'll not end up in a boring game night, which will call for more game nights in the future. Go for the gold in these hard trivia questions .

19. In which country will you find Sigiriya, the lion rock fortress?

The Amazing Race 6 in 2015 featured Sigiriya in its 11th episode entitled "It Always Comes Down to the Details".

20. Which central South American country is home to the largest salt flats in the world?

Salt flats are desert lakes that have dried up. Because of the salt and other minerals in it, salt flats shine under the sun. Uyuni Salt Flat is the world's largest salt flat, located in the Daniel Campos Province, Potosí, Bolivia.

21. Where can you find the Seven Coloured Earths?

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22. In which country is the humble ‘thumbs up’ gesture considered a great insult?

The 'thumbs up' hand gesture is like holding your middle finger up for the people in Iran.

23. What is the national dish of Hungary?

Gulyás (Goulash)

Tracing back to the 9th century, goulash is a soup of meat and vegetables usually seasoned with paprika and other spices.

24. Which city is referred to as ‘the Windy City’?

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25. Which Italian landmark dates back to 70AD?

The Colosseum in Rome

The Colosseum is listed as one of the New7Wonders of the World, despite it being ruined by earthquakes and other man-made activities such as stone-robbing.

26. What’s the name of the famous mosque in Abu Dhabi?

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

At 22,412 square meters, The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the third largest mosque in the world.

27. What was the original purpose of the leaning tower of Pisa?

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Christmas is one of those occasions where people travel to be with their loved ones or to be able to get a feel of a celebration in another place. This is the reason why it is fitting for us to include some Christmas vacation trivia questions to this roster of questions. Pick some of these whether Christmas is near or not because these Christmas trivia questions are absolutely going to make you feel festive.

28. The north pole is located over land or water?

There is absolutely no land in the North Pole. It's all ice floating on top of the Arctic Ocean.

29. Where is the World's Largest Nativity Scene located?

Einsiedeln, Switzerland

The enormous nativity scene is a diorama composed of over 450 wood-carved figures in a very realistic depiction of Bethlehem's environment.

30. What country is obsessed with eating KFC on Christmas Day?

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31. In which country do we say Jultomten which means "the Christmas Gnome"?

Jultomten is the equivalent of "Santa" in Sweden.

32. What is located north of Arctic Circle considered as Christmas HQ?

Rovaniemi, Lapland

It is called Christmas HQ because it is also called Santa's official home town.

33. True or false, the North Pole has no land?

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Here is How To Pick The Best Travel Trivia

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Knowing which questions to ask can be hard if you have lots of trivia questions at your disposal. However, there's no need to fret when you have a guide that comes with it, you know.

1. Know how much they know

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You should know how much travel stuff your team knows in order for you to pick the best trivia questions that will make them enjoy. Are they the kind of people who have already been around the world? Or are they home buddies who aren't at all interested to travel? Of course, when they are jet setters, pick the hard questions because they probably know the answers to all the easy ones. This will not make the trivia session interesting for them.

2. Don't be afraid to mix it up

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Your game night will be boring if you just focus on one category of travel trivia questions. The fun begins when you mix it up a little, throw in some unexpected questions, and also ask a combination of easy and difficult questions. Don't be afraid to include some random travel stuff too. This will ensure that your team will be engaged all throughout.

Downloadable and Printable List of Travel Trivia

Here is a downloadable and printable jpg/pdf list of travel trivia (right click the image and select Save Image As...) :

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More Awesome Trivia Questions

If you've used all the travel trivia question we've listed above, or you simply want to add some variation to your own list of trivia questions, we've got you covered with more trivia question options:

  • If you're wanting to put a little sunshine or a summer-y vibe in your trivia session, then head to our list of summer trivia questions. We won't be surprised if you'll go to a beach right after.
  • Now, if you're in for a more scholarly and serious trivia session, then you can use our list of geography trivia .
  • However, if you need some break from the serious trivia questions and you want to inject some fun and chill time into your night, then head to our list of Disney trivia questions for a change.

In Conclusion

These travel trivia questions is a great addition to your list of trivia questions to ask for your next game night. You can use them by themselfves, as there is already enough variety on this list to make a fun time. Or, if you prefer, you can pick some of the questions here and combine them with more trivia questions. Whichever way you like it, these questions are definitely going to make your activity a blast.

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35 Unique Travel Trivia Questions and Answers For A Travel Quiz!

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Whether you’re looking for travel questions for a zoom quiz with colleagues or a travel trivia quiz night in with friends and family, or you simply want to test your own travel knowledge and geography knowledge, these travel trivia questions and answers are the best way to get a bit of Wanderlust!

So here are my unique travel quiz questions and answers including questions to do with fun travel trivia, flag quiz questions, travel pub quiz questions, geography trivia and more!

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How these fun travel questions work is in the first section I have given you just the travel triva questions .

This means you can easily test yourself or show the person you’re with the screen without seeing the answers.

In the second section I have given you the travel trivia questions and answers together so you can quiz someone else and provide the answer quickly, without having to scroll up and down the page!

Aare you ready?? Let’s get into these best travel trivia questions!

Travel quiz questions.

  • 1. What is the most Northern Capital City?
  • 2. How many Emirates does the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have?

3. What is the smallest Country in the world by landmas s?

  • 4. Zanzibar is an island off which African Country?
  • 5. Finland has been rated as what type of Country for the last 3 years running (2020, 2019 & 2018)?

6 . Antarctica is a Desert, True or False?

7. Which Country has more Pyramids, Egypt or Sudan?

  • 8. Khao San Road can be found in which City?
  • 9. How many Countries are in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)?
  • 10. Stinky Tofu is the National Dish of which Country?
  • 11. At The Taj Mahal there is a bench named after someone, who is it?
  • 12. How many stars does the flag of the United States of America have?
  • 13. Lake Titicaca is the biggest lake in South America, which 2 countries share it?
  • 14. The Dish Poutine belongs to which Country?
  • 15. Which Country has the most Muslims in the world?
  • 16. What currency did Italy use before the Euro?
  • 17. What is the National Dish of Spain?
  • 18. In which Country are Cows seen as sacred?
  • 19. The Film ‘The Beach’ was filmed in which Country?
  • 20. What is the Capital City of Turkey?
  • 21. Which 2 stations is the the shortest London Underground journey between?
  • 22. What is Scotlands National Animal?
  • 23. The Book ‘Shantaram’ is based in which city in India?
  • 24. The Rome Colosseum is one of the Wonders of the World? True or False?
  • 25. ‘Esky’ is an Australian Slang term, what does it refer to?
  • 26. The Canadian Flag has which icon it on?
  • 27. What is the South East Asia Backpacking Route also known as?
  • 28. What Sea is to the North of Turkey?
  • 29. Mate (maté) is the National Drink of which South American Country?
  • 30. London’s Winter Wonderland happens in which park?
  • 31. Which Countries flag has an AK47 on it?
  • 32. Whose population is the highest (2020), Ethiopia or Nigeria?
  • 33. Which Country is the World’s Tallest Living Man from??
  • 34. What did Iran used to be called before 1935?
  • 35. Which Continent is Mexico in?

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Travel Trivia Questions and Answers!

  • 3. What is the smallest Country in the world by landmass?
  • Vatican City
  • The happiest Country in the world
  • 6 . Antarctica is a Desert, true or false?
  • 7. Who has more Pyramids, Egypt or Sudan?
  • Princess Diana
  • Bolivia & Peru
  • Covent Garden and Leicester Square
  • An Ice Box / Insulated container to keep things cool
  • The Banana Pancake Trail
  • The Black Sea
  • North America

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I hope you enjoyed these travel trivia questions! Did some of these travel quiz questions and answers surprise you?? Here’s some background on some of them!

Yes, Antarctica is a Desert! It’s the largest Desert on Earth, we often think of Deserts as only hot places right, but that’s not the case! Well, you did want Geography Trivia!

A lot of us don’t know much about Sudan do we, yet we know a lot about Egypt so you might have been surprised to hear that Sudan has between 200-255 Pyramids whereas Egypt has 138!

Maybe you were as surprised as I was to find out the the National Animal of Scotland is a Unicorn! Sorry, that wasn’t one of the easy travel quiz questions!

Yes, Mozambique’s flag is known as one of the most bizarre flags from around the world because of it’s AK47 which is supposed to represent defence and vigilance in a country that was beset with civil war for over a decade.

Did you get that one right if you were looking for flag quiz questions?

Be sure to share this page of travel trivia questions and answers with your friends and let me know on Instagram if you enjoyed the travel quiz and what score you got! @thewanderingquinn

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Are you looking for an awesome travel quiz? We can help! Whether you love travelling and are looking for some fun questions for your trivia night or are already out and about and want to be entertained, this ultimate travel trivia will be perfect for you!

You will find 114 questions about travelling. This includes general knowledge, geography, transport and some fun games for your travel mates!

So get a piece of paper and a pen now, we are getting started!

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Travel Quiz Questions

Round 1: general knowledge travel quiz questions.

  • According to the legend, what did St Patrick chase from Ireland?
  • What is the largest country in the world?
  • What is the most populated country in the world?
  • What is the smallest country in the world?
  • What is the currency in Poland?
  • Which Disney World park is home to the World Showcase?
  • How many land borders has the UK?
  • What is the name of the tourist visa for travelling to Europe (EU)?
  • What is the name of the tourist visa for travelling to the USA?
  • Which type of visa allows young people to live, travel and work in a country for a year?

Round 2: Transportation Quiz Questions

  • What is the airport code of London Heathrow?
  • If you are flying to DBX, where are you flying to?
  • What is the name of the train that goes from London to Paris under the channel?
  • If you travel on the train the Ghan (full journey), where would you start and finish? Name the two cities.
  • Which Scottish train starts in Fort Williams and is known as “the Harry Potter train”?
  • How do Londoners call the London Underground?
  • In which city can you find the largest tram system in the world?
  • What is the only airline that flies to Easter Island?
  • In which city can you find the headquarters of Airbus?
  • Which bridges connect the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York City?

Round 3: World geography Quiz Questions

  • What is the largest inland body of water in the world?
  • What is the largest sand island in the world?
  • What is the tallest building in the world? (1 point for the name of the building, 1 point for the city, 1 point for the country)
  • What is the highest mountain in the world?
  • In which country can you find the Mont Blanc?
  • What is the largest freshwater lake in the world?
  • How many states are there in the USA?
  • How many provinces are there in Canada?
  • What is the largest country in South America?
  • What is the smallest African nation?

Round 4: Famous landmarks Picture Quiz

Here is a picture round with landmarks. You can score 2 points per question by giving the name of the landmark and the country it’s located in.

Travel Picture quiz landmarks

Round 5: World food Picture Quiz

In this round as well you can score up to 20 points. Name the dish and the country of origin. You will get one point for the name and one point for the country.

International food picture quiz

Round 6: Travel Movies & TV Shows Quiz Questions

  • In which city can you find the Warner Bros Harry Potter studios?
  • Which Asian island was the final destination in Elizabeth Gilbert’s journey in Eat Pray Love?
  • In which city is Gossip Girl set?
  • From which American city is Emily Cooper from (in Emily in Paris)?
  • What is the name of the French version of Amazing Race?
  • What is the first country Jack and Michael Whitehall visit in Jack Whitehall: Travels with my father?
  • Which three British personalities present The Grand Tour?
  • Which famous Hollywood star travels around the world in the 2020 show “Down to Earth”?
  • Which famous American chef presented “Parts Unknown”?
  • Louis Theroux has two nationalities. What are they?

Round 7: Language Quiz Questions

  • How are youth hostels called in Australia?
  • How do you say “Hello” in French?
  • What does “piscina” means in Italian?
  • How do you say “I love you” in German?
  • What does “Que tal?” means in Spanish?
  • How do you say “Thank you” in Portuguese?
  • Which country has the most official languages?
  • What is the official language of the United States?
  • What is the most spoken language in the world? (by number of native speakers)
  • What are the official languages in Belgium?

Round 8: Flags picture quiz

Picture quiz with flags

Round 9: History Quiz Questions

  • What is the name of the national day of France?
  • When is Australia Day?
  • Who was defeated in the battle of Waterloo?
  • When did WWI start (year)?
  • Which event started WWII?
  • Who was the first president of the USA?
  • What was the largest contiguous land empire in history?
  • Which collection of sculptures depicted the army of the First Emperor of China?
  • How many years did Nelson Mandela serve in prison?
  • Which Cuban politician served as Prime Minister of Cuba from 1959 to 1976?

Round 10: World Map Picture Quiz

Travel Country map quiz

Round 11: Multiple Choice Travel Trivia Questions

  • Buenos Aires
  • Volga River
  • Danube River
  • Thames River
  • Seine River

Round 12: Travel questions for friends

If you are already travelling and are looking for some fun questions to break the ice or just get the conversation going, here are some!

  • What is your worst travel memories?
  • What is your favourite travel destination?
  • What’s the funniest travel experience you had?
  • Where did you go when you flew for the first time?
  • How old were you when you went abroad for the first time?
  • Which city do you want to visit most?
  • What would be your dream honeymoon destination?
  • What is the most beautiful place you’ve seen?
  • What is your favourite part of travelling?
  • What is the longest flight you took?

Travel Quiz Answers

Round 1: general knowledge travel quiz answers.

  • Vatican City
  • Polish złoty
  • One. With Ireland.
  • Tourist Schengen Visa
  • Working Holiday Visa

Round 2: Transportation Quiz Answers

  • Adelaide and Darwin, Australia
  • The Jacobite train
  • Toulouse, France
  • Brooklyn Bridge

Round 3: World geography Quiz Answers

  • Caspian Sea
  • Fraser Island , Australia
  • Burj Khalifa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Mount Everest
  • Lake Superior, North America
  • 10 provinces
  • Republic of Seychelles

Round 4: Famous landmarks Picture Quiz Answers

  • Taj Mahal, India
  • Colosseum, Italy
  • Angkor Wat, Cambodia
  • Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt
  • Uluru, Australia
  • Chichen Itza, Mexico
  • Statue of Liberty, USA
  • St. Basil’s Cathedral, Russia
  • Mont Saint Michel, France
  • Mount Fuji, Japan

If you are interested in this kind of trivia quiz, check out our ultimate famous landmarks quiz !

Round 5: World food Picture Quiz Answers

  • English Breakfast, England
  • Crepes , France
  • Pavlova, Australia
  • Paella, Spain
  • Brisket, USA
  • Betutu, Indonesia
  • Arancino, Italy
  • Dolmades, Greece
  • Pierogi, Poland
  • Cozonac, Romania

For questions about food, feel free to check out our ultimate Food trivia quiz !

Round 6: Travel Movies & TV Shows Quiz Answers

  • New York City
  • Pékin Express
  • Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May
  • Anthony Bourdain
  • British and American

Round 7: Language Quiz Answers

  • Backpackers
  • Swimming pool
  • Ich liebe dich
  • How are you?
  • Zimbabwe (16)
  • None. The US has no official language.
  • Dutch, French and German

Round 8: Flags picture quiz Answers

  • New Zealand
  • Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

Round 9: History Quiz Answers

  • Bastille Day
  • 26th of January
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Invasion of Poland by Hitler
  • George Washington
  • The Mongol Empire
  • The Terracotta Army
  • Fidel Castro

Round 10: World Map Picture Quiz Answers

  • South Africa
  • United-Kingdom

Round 11: Multiple Choice Travel Trivia Answers

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  • The Best UK Picture Quiz: 90 Questions and Answers about the UK for your next British Quiz!
  • The Best Famous Landmarks Picture Quiz: 120 Questions and Answers!
  • The Best France Quiz: 146 Questions and Answers about the French culture, food, language and more!
  • The Best London Quiz: 105 Questions and Answers about London (including picture rounds!)
  • The Best European Cities Quiz: 108 Games, Questions and Answers about European Cities (not just capitals!)

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Travel Quiz Questions: Ultimate Travel Trivia to Play With Friends

Posted on Published: February 9, 2021  - Last updated: July 6, 2024

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These travel quiz questions and answers will help you host the ultimate game of trivia. Whether it’s a house party or a Zoom party, I’m a massive fan of games nights with friends. Insert the topic of travel into the mix and I’m sold! While trivia might be a popular pub game, it’s really easy to take part at home, too. I’ve developed these fun travel trivia questions so you can play your own game of trivia with your friends no matter where you are in the world.

Travel Trivia Questions

I’m going to start by posting the full list of travel trivia questions. I’ll put them into three categories: easy, medium, and hard difficulty. Then, I’ll post the travel quiz questions and answers at the bottom of this blog post. If you’re interested in challenging yourself to this online travel quiz, you can see how many you got right.

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Travel Trivia Questions for a Game With Friends

Tikal Guatemala

During these times where it isn’t possible to see friends in person, my group of friends took part in a weekly games night. We simply called it our “Friday Night Games Night” and met over Zoom or Discord to play some games together. We’ve played lots of games together, like Jackbox TV, virtual escape rooms, Among Us, and others.

We eventually got a bit tired of the games we continually played each week. So, the group decided to do a classic game of trivia. The best thing about quiz games? They’re not just for trivia night at the pub! You can easily come up with your own questions and categories, catered specifically to your interests and expertise.

It’s possible to host trivia nights when you gather with your friends, whether it’s over Zoom or in person. You can play this online travel quiz with your long distance pals, too.

Hosting a Trivia Game Night

Whether it’s in person or online, you’ll need to decide whether or not you want to play travel trivia games or a broader game of trivia with many categories. For us, we decided that each player would ask questions based on a topic.

For instance, I had the topic of travel and geography. All of the geography quiz questions that you’ll see below are the ones that I used in the game. Each person came up with their own trivia questions and answers. Some other fun categories could include: history, science, entertainment, food, music, sports, current events, pop culture, and more! Do you want to ask only travel trivia questions or expand to several categories? That’s all up to you.

One person will keep score throughout the game. In our game, we decided that the first person to correctly answer questions within each category would win. We each took turns requesting questions in our categories of choice.

We had three levels of difficulty: easy, medium, and hard. Our group started with the easy questions. Once we had a winner for the easy category overall, we moved on to the medium questions, and ended with the hard questions.

Travel Quiz Questions for Around the World Trivia

Quebec City in winter

Alright, let’s get to the game! Feel free to steal these questions for your own version of my “Friday Night Games Night”. If you plan to use these travel quiz questions with your friends, I suggest that only one person has access to the questions and answers to minimize access to the answer key.

Even if you don’t have a games night planned with your pals, feel free to challenge yourself with these travel quiz questions and answers. Try to answer all of the questions below and see how many you get right. You’ll likely learn some new and interesting geography facts along the way, too. Test yourself with these ultimate quiz on travel!

Travel Trivia Games: Easy Questions

Every category has 30 questions. Here come the easy questions! Most of these will be multiple choice or true/false, which makes things a little bit easier to answer.

Which city is known as the “city of light”? 

What county has the most natural lakes?

What country is not part of the Scandinavian Peninsula?

True or False: Hawaii is the US state with the most active volcanoes.

The headquarters of the United Nations is located in what city? 

In what country will you find the famous Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island? 

The island of Cozumel, a popular cruise ship port, is part of what country? 

Which US state has the nickname “Land of 10,000 Lakes”?

  • Washington State

The avocado tree is thought to originate in which country?

  • Brazil 

True or False: There is about the same amount of water on Earth now as there was millions of years ago.

What is the population of India?

  • 1.2 Billion
  • 870 Million

Who sings the song, Galway Girl? 

Who sings the song, Down Under? 

Complete this travel quote: “Not all those who wander are…” 

Complete this travel quote, “Take only memories, leave only….”

Which Walt Disney World Resort in Florida has areas/lands called Future World and World Showcase? 

Germany’s flag is made up of what three colours?

True or False: Russia is the largest country in the world. 

What is the world’s largest continent? 

True or False: Machu Picchu is located in Peru. 

True or False: Australia is home to Kangaroo Island.

Which country is the largest in South America?

What is the only major city located on two continents?

What is the world’s largest island?

Which Australian city has the world’s largest natural harbour?

True or False: Kuala Lampur is the capital of Cambodia.  

In what US state would you find the Grand Canyon? 

The Faroe Islands are a territory of what country?

Which African nation has the most pyramids?

True or False: Loch Ness is the largest body of water in the United Kingdom? 

Around the World Trivia: Medium Questions

Here are the medium difficulty travel quiz questions. You’ll find that these are more challenging than the easy questions. There will be less options like true/false and multiple choice than in the easier category.

Which Croatian city is known as “The Pearl of the Adriatic”? 

In which European capital city will you find the Van Gogh museum? 

Hiragana, katakana, and kanji are the names of writing systems from what country?

Leonardo Davinci’s 15th century mural, The Last Supper, is located in what city?

What is the southernmost capital city in the world? 

Which South American country is the world’s largest producer of coffee?

Which English city has more miles of canals than Venice? 

What percentage of the Nile River is in Egypt?

What is the least populated US state?

  • Rhode Island

Which European country has the longest coastline?

What is Europe’s second largest island? 

Complete this travel quote:  “The world is a book, and those who do not travel…”

In which city can you visit Vincent Van Gogh’s famous painting,  Starry Night ? 

In the USA, which is the only state to have a one syllable name?

Which country is the only one to display the Bible on its national flag? 

What is the only continent with land in all four hemispheres?

Which US state has the motto “Live free or die” on their license plate?

  • New Hampshire

Which Canadian province has the world’s longest freshwater beach?

  • British Columbia
  • Quebec  

Which continent is the flattest?

  • South America

What is the currency of Mongolia?

What country has a natural gas pit nicknamed the “Door to Hell” that has been on fire since 1971?

  • Turkmenistan

In 2013, which two airlines merged to become the world’s largest airline?

  • Air France and KLM
  • American Airlines and US Airways
  • British Airways and Iberia
  • Lufthansa and Germanwings

What is the oldest city in the world?

  • Damascus 

Which country has the most coastline?

  • United States

Tasmania is an isolated island state belonging to which country? 

What is the deepest point in Earth’s oceans?

  • Java Trench
  • Tonga Trench
  • Eurasian Basin
  • Mariana Trench

Which US national park is home to “Old Faithful”? 

Which US state has the highest amount of colleges and universities?

In which country will you find the ancient glyphs known as the Nasca lines?

What country is home to the ancient city of Petra? 

Online Travel Quiz: Hard Questions

Are you ready for the hard questions? These ones might be a little trickier, but they won’t be terribly difficult if you’re a big fan of travel trivia games or geography questions. How will you fare?

Which three countries share a border with North Korea? 

How many red stripes are on a US flag? 

What is the most visited museum in Europe? 

What group of lakes in New York State are named after part of the human anatomy? 

Which country is home to the largest statue in the world, the Spring Temple Buddha?

Located in Cambodia, it’s the largest religious monument in the world. It’s also where the movie Tomb Raider with Angelina Jolie was filmed. What is it called? 

What is the smallest country in the world?

How many time zones are there in Russia?

There are three countries that are completely landlocked by other countries. One of those is Lesotho. Name the other two.

Which Canadian city is geographically the closest to being at the center of North America?

Which is the largest country in the world without any rivers, lakes or waterfalls?

Which country is the only one in the Middle East without a desert?

What is the largest desert in the world?

Which country has the most people in prison?

Where in the world was the highest temperature recorded?

Which country spans five geographical time zones but chooses to only use one?

How many stars are on China’s flag? 

In 1976, Saigon changed its name to …. What?

Which country has the world’s highest waterfall? 

Which country is the most northern capital city located in? 

Where will you find Timbuktu (which country)? 

Name three of the top five spoken languages in the world. 

Which famous cocktail originated in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore? 

The equator passes through three countries in South America. What are they? 

Which country’s current capital city is an anagram of its former capital city? 

What is the only country whose name ends with the letter Q? 

Which nation’s flag is the only one that isn’t a rectangle or square? 

What is the currency of Iceland? 

Sofia is the capital city of what country? 

What is the official language of Greenland? 

Travel Quiz Questions and Answers

Roman Colosseum

Let’s see how you did! Here are all of the travel quiz questions and answers so you can see if you were right. The correct answers are all written in bold. What was your final score if you’re keeping track? Be sure to let me know in the comments section how many you got right, too!

Easy Questions and Answers

Paris, France

False, it’s Alaska

The headquarters of the United Nations is located in what city?  

New York City

In what country will you find the famous Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island?  

Men at Work

Complete this travel quote: “Not all those who wander are…”  

Which Walt Disney World Resort in Florida has areas/lands called Future World and World Showcase?  

Black, red, yellow/gold

Greenland   (Australia is a continent so it doesn’t count)

False (it’s Malaysia)

Medium Questions and Answers

What is the southernmost capital city in the world?  

Wellington, New Zealand

Which South American country is the world’s largest producer of coffee ?

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In which city can you visit Vincent Van Gogh’s famous painting, Starry Night ? 

In the USA, which is the only state to have a one syllable name?  

Dominican Republic

  • Ontario (it is Wasaga Beach)
  • Damascus  (capital of Syria, evidence of civilization dates back 11,000 years)

Yellowstone National Park

Hard Questions and Answers

China, Russia, South Korea

The Finger Lakes

Vatican City

Vatican City & San Marino

Saudi Arabia

Antarctic Desert

USA (25% of the world’s incarcerated population and 5% of the world’s population)

Death Valley, California (56.7 degrees Celsius in 1913)

Ho Chi Minh City

Iceland ( Reykjavik )

Where will you find Timbuktu (which country)?  

Mandarin, English, Hindustani, Arabic, Spanish

Singapore Sling

Ecuador, Colombia and Brazil

Japan – Tokyo/Kyoto

Icelandic krona

Greenlandic

More Travel Fun Online

So, how did you do? If you enjoyed these travel quiz questions, be sure to share them with your family and friends. Compare scores to see how you got right! And let me know how well you did in the comments section below.

If you’re still looking for more things to do from home, I have a few options for you. First, you can take a look at these virtual travel experiences around the world. These are great if you can’t travel or you’re looking for a dose of travel from the comfort of home. I also have categories on the blog devoted to cultural travel and history , if you’re looking to learn more about the world.

Next, you might be looking to learn some new skills or take a course. At the moment, I’m currently getting my TEFL course certificate so I can teach English online from anywhere in the world. If you’re into working remotely or supplementing your income, I highly recommend that you take a look.

How much do you know about travel and geography? Take our travel quiz questions to test your knowledge. You can use these travel trivia questions and answers to host your own trivia night with friends, whether it's in person or an online games night.

Lauren is the full-time travel blogger and content creator behind Justin Plus Lauren. She started Justin Plus Lauren in 2013 and has travelled to 50+ countries around the world. Lauren is an expert on vegan travel as one of the very first vegan travel bloggers. She also focuses on outdoor adventure travel, eco and sustainable travel, and creating amazing travel itineraries for cities and small towns.

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The options of how a good travel quiz can be set up is actually endless and over time we have come across many travel quizzes: some were really great, some not so much. We are Hostelgeeks, collecting amazing hostels all over the world.

In this article we skipped the un-cool and boring travel riddles and kept space for the – hopefully you’ll agree – super fun travel quizzes out there!

Besides these quiz, we found more entertaining travel-related

  • 26 funny travel quotes to cheer up your day
  • 14 ridiculously easy booking hacks for hostels

We are keen to share with you our most favorite travel quiz (guess which one). Plus more quizzes to challenge your thirst for travel. We always keep adding more quizzes and trivia games for travel to this article. We recommend bookmarking this page.

Are you using and playing these games? Then show some love and let us know on instagram/hostelgeeks and link to this article.

List of Best Travel Quizzes we enjoy

From the smallest countries in Africa, to the weirdest flags of the world – the travel quiz is on!

Let’s get this quiz-party started:

1. 30 Travel Trivia Questions (with Answers below)

Below you find all our original 30 travel questions we have thought about and researched. First we only show you the questions. Below we added the answers to the questions. After all, you want to know who’s the best travel nerd here…

Every player takes a pen and paper and gives the answer to each question. Remember to add a number before every answer so you can identify them easier later on.

  • What is the capital of Norway?
  • What continent is Portugal located in?
  • Where can you swim in the Dead Sea?
  • What is the currency of China?
  • What is the capital of Australia?
  • What is the capital of Buenos Aires?
  • What is the only divided Capital in the world?
  • In which country do you pay with the currency “ baht “?
  • How many countries are in Africa?
  • What is the population of South Africa?
  • What is the population of the United States of America?
  • How many islands does Spain have?
  • In which year India got independence?
  • In which country do you find the world’s highest waterfall?
  • In which US State can you admire Grand Canyon?
  • What is the Largest Islands in the World?
  • how high is Mount Everest (in meter or in feet)?
  • Which country has the longest coastline in the world?
  • How many official languages are there in the European Union?
  • In which continent is Cyprus?
  • What is the highest/ strongest currency in the world?
  • where in the world can you swim with pigs?
  • what is the capital of Bolivia?
  • What is the longest river in the world?
  • What currency does Poland use?
  • Which 7 countries belong to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – each country gives a point?
  • Where is the city of Kathmandu?
  • How many islands belong to the famous Maldives (the closest estimation receives the points)?
  • Which country name means literally “ a land abounding in the pure ” or “ a land in which the pure abound “?
  • Cuba’s three biggest exports are…?

All right, that are 30 travel quiz questions…Did you answer them? Below you find all the corresponding answers. Just to keep it simple, we also added again the questions along with the answer. This way you do not need to scroll up and down all the time…

All Trivia Travel Questions with Answers

  • What is the capital of Norway? Oslo
  • What continent is Portugal located in? Europe
  • Where can you swim in the Dead Sea? Israel and Jordan
  • What is the currency of China? Renminbi
  • What is the capital of Australia? Canberra
  • What is the capital of Buenos Aires? Trick question: There is none…Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina.
  • What is the only divided Capital in the world? Nicosia
  • In which country do you pay with the currency “ baht “? Thailand
  • How many countries are in Africa? 54 ( source )
  • What is the population of South Africa? 60 Million
  • What is the population of the United States of America? 328.2 Million
  • How many islands does Spain have? 60 islands
  • In which year India got independence? 1857
  • In which country do you find the world’s highest waterfall? Venezuela
  • In which US State can you admire Grand Canyon? Arizona, United States
  • What is the Largest Islands in the World? Greenland
  • how high is Mount Everest (in meter or in feet)? 8,848.86 meters and 29,032 feet
  • Which country has the longest coastline in the world? Canada
  • How many official languages are there in the European Union? 24 official languages (* source )
  • In which continent is Cyprus? Europe
  • What is the highest/ strongest currency in the world? Kuwaiti dinar ( source )
  • where in the world can you swim with pigs? In the Bahamas at Big Major Cay, known as Pig Beach
  • what is the capital of Bolivia? La Paz
  • What is the longest river in the world? Nile River
  • What currency does Poland use? Polish złoty
  • Which 7 countries belong to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – each country gives a point?  Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Umm al-Qaiwain, Fujairah, Ajman and Ra’s al-Khaimah
  • Where is the city of Kathmandu? Nepal
  • How many islands belong to the famous Maldives (the closest estimation receives the points)? 1190
  • Which country name means literally “ a land abounding in the pure ” or “ a land in which the pure abound “? Pakistan
  • Cuba’s three biggest exports are…? Tobacco, Sugar and Nickel

Who is the biggest travel quiz trivia champion/ nerd?

2. Identify world cities from street plans

Many cities of the world have their unique shapes and street plans.

The Guardian put together this travel quiz which challenges you to identify these world cities from their street plans alone. Nothing else, just the street plans from a birds eye view.

Some of the cities are very obvious, but only if you have been there already, whereas others are not at all easy to guess.

Give it a try and see what you think.

Play the travel quiz by The Guardian here .

Which airline is this one?

3. Do you know Africa?

This travel game is one of our favorites!

Africa is a huge continent with many different countries and ethnicities, but do you know their distributions?

The travel quiz You Don’t Know Africa.com challenges you to guess all of the African countries and place them at the correct spot on the map.

We have to confess something…

when we started this game, we made our mistakes, and the clock was ticking.

Now, after a few attempts, we are proud to say that we managed to identify Africa’s countries and all their correct locations.

This travel game is also available for Asia , Australia, USA, and many more regions in the world!

Just scroll down the quiz and you will find the entire official list.

4. Why do you love the world?

Have you ever thought about the reason(s) why you love to travel?

The BBC developed a small game to help you put your finger on it. And in a nutshell there seem to be two reasons for traveling excessively: escaping or searching for something.

Questions like

  • “ What’s the first thing you do when you get home from a trip?”
  • “ How do you get around a new place? “.

Get to the travel quiz Why Do you Love The World by BBC here , and find out why you might have constantly itchy feet.

When we took this travel test, they told us the following:

You are: the documentarian!

“For you, the only thing better than seeing a jaw-dropping view is capturing it forever. You thrive on finding the beauty around you, and showcasing it in stunning, unique ways. After all, there’s a big, beautiful world out there. It’s practically your duty to capture as much of it as possible!“

Pssst…a bit of an extra : Here are +29 songs for the perfect backpacker playlist

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5. Do you know the Capitals of the World?

This game is pretty obvious, right?!

You need to guess the correct capitals of a country, and put them on the map .

At the end you will get a summary of how well you did. It is very cleverly done, but be careful, the map is rather small and it is difficult to hit the exact location of where you think the capital is located!

The photo shows Skopje, the capital of…..?

Update : Here is a new quiz app for Android to get capitals to the countries in this world right.

Travel Quiz with Capitals of the world

6. The smaller-less known capitals?

How about we take it to the next level: Do you know the capitals of Sierra Leone, Eritrea, or Tuvalu?

Here you are asked to guess the world’s most obscure capital cities. These are a little trickier!

Test your knowledge about the less-known countries and capitals here .

7. Language Travel Quiz: Can you guess the language being spoken?

We were specifically looking for a quiz that specializes in languages, and we happened across this travel quiz with languages by Quartz !

You have to listen to different languages and then guess the correct one out of four possible choices.

At first it is not that simple, but once your ears adjust to the sounds it becomes easier every time you try it!

This language quiz was developed by Quartz using audio clips from the Wikitongues project:  a global project that documents and preserves the diverse selection of languages around the world.

8. The Hardest Travel Quiz

When we first found this travel quiz we expected a lot and we were not disappointed!

You are asked to find answers to 15 questions like “ What was the Peruvian city of Cusco’s street plan designed to resemble? “, or “ How many official languages are spoken in India? “.

This travel quiz is purely challenging and fun!

The only pity is that you do not get any further information about the correct answers but as there is no clock ticking, you can simply search Google for more information.

Try the hardest travel quiz by Rough Guides here .

9. Where are you – Travel Quiz

Can you guess the correct place based on what the photo shows you? It is a tricky one!

For example, they may show you a photo of a Chinese statue, and it may be a China Town in some bigger city in the world, or, well, actually China.

The design is kept simple and clean, making it easy to click through the different photos.

When you have selected your answer, you will also get a short, not too overwhelming explanation about the place. Really well done!

Check out the travel Quiz ‘Where Are You’ here .

10. Flags of the World

This one can be really, really hard! Wanna give it a try? You have to choose the flags of different countries, and put their capital on the map.

You can play the flag travel quiz here and see how many flags of the world you can guess correctly!

UPDATE: This game is not online anymore. 🙁

11. Kahoot Games about Travel

Are you familiar with Kahoot? It is a online game used for learning, mainly by schools. I add here a video that explains how Kahoot works.

We have our own account at Kahoot and you can play our “ You don’t know this world here “.

Summary: These 11 Travel Quizzes are fun!

As you can see there are many travel quizzes out there to challenge your knowledge about travel and geography.

They are all set up differently and are both fun and educating in their own way.

If you would like to improve your knowledge about European, South American and African countries – or any other continent/region for that matter – the You Don’t Know Africa.com is a real hit!

You will get instant results, and can see if and how you improved – it’s our personal favourite!

If you prefer a travel quiz on your Smart Phone, just search for the term “travel quiz or world quiz” in the AppStore – there are many travel quiz apps out there you can play on the go!

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There are several countries with two capital cities, but only one country with three. which is it.

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  • Netherlands

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What city is the only one in the world to straddle two continents.

  • Panama City

4 . Question

Which american city is home to the germiest of tourist attractions known as the market theater gum wall, 5 . question, there are 17 countries in the world that have no rivers running through them at all. which of the following is one of them.

  • Saudi Arabia

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The largest city in asia actually has more inhabitants than all of canada which is it, 7 . question, nearly ⅔ of the amazon rainforest lies in which country, 8 . question, the famous panama hat actually comes from which country, 9 . question, what was the first country in the world to offer special visas for digital nomads (an e-residency program that allows foreign entrepreneurs to license an eu-based online business).

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The shortest commercial flight in the world, which takes under two minutes, is offered in which country, 11 . question, the work of antoni gaudi – oft referred to as one of the greatest architects in history – can be found all over which popular tourist city in europe, 12 . question, match the destination with the world airport code (part 1)., sort elements, 13 . question, match the destination with the world airport code (part 2)., 14 . question, which country has the highest number of michelin-starred restaurants, 15 . question, which country has the most castles in the world (per square mile), 16 . question, which city has the most skyscrapers in the world, 17 . question, santa claus’ official address is in which country, 18 . question, which island nation in the pacific ocean is the only country to lie in all four hemispheres, 19 . question, what is the largest and driest hot desert in the world.

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Which australian city was once named batmania, 21 . question, if you have a heartache, which country should you to go to in order to visit the museum of broken relationships.

  • Switzerland

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Which is the only african country to never be under colonial control, 23 . question, where will you find the lowest point of dry land in the world, at 420m beneath sea level, 24 . question, which country is considered the only christian nation in asia.

  • Philippines

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The largest archipelagic country is made up of 17,504 islands…the most in the world. which country is it, 26 . question, the longest roadway in the world spans 19,000 miles. what is it called.

  • Trans-Siberian Highway
  • Pan-American Highway
  • Trans-Canada Highway
  • China National Highway

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Us president george washington only left the united states once to visit a foreign country. which caribbean country did he visit, 28 . question, when the country of yugoslavia broke up in the early 1990s, six republics were formed. which of the following is not one of them, 29 . question, match the country with its capital city (part 1)..

  • Buenos Aires

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Match the country with its capital city (part 2)..

  • San Salvador

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Which city has the most billionaires in the world.

  • New York City, USA
  • Moscow, Russia
  • Hong Kong, China
  • Beijing, China

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Which capital city is home to a collection of more than 200 phallic specimens, otherwise known as the penis museum.

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Bogotá, Colombia
  • Reykjavik, Iceland
  • New Delhi, India

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China takes top spot, so what is the second most populated country in the world, 34 . question.

Salt flats in Bolivia

Which South American country is home to the largest salt deposit in the world?

35 . question, which capital city has the most museums, 36 . question, which african country is home to both the highest spot on the continent, 37 . question, soccer, rugby, cricket, golf, and boxing were all invented in which country.

  • New Zealand

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The uk has stonehenge…and which us state has carhenge, 39 . question, which country is the most populous in central asia, 40 . question, in which african country will you find the highest ski resort, 41 . question, there are only a few countries in the world that have never had a mcdonald’s. which of the below is one of them, 42 . question, which country has a national slogan of pura vida , 43 . question, which of the below countries was never used as a filming location for any star wars movie, 44 . question, which country was the first to ever host the world cup in 1930, 45 . question, in 1942, which tiny country made history as the most bombed place on earth, 46 . question, match the landmark with its country (part 1)., 47 . question, match the landmark with its country (part 2)., 48 . question, what is the flattest country in the world.

  • Papua New Guinea

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76 countries of the world drive on the left. which of the following is not one of them, 50 . question, mocha – that delicious mix of chocolate and coffee – was named after a port in which country on the red sea, 51 . question, the seven summits are the highest mountains of each of the seven traditional continents. which is not one of those mountains.

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52 . Question

Rank the three smallest countries in the world below in terms of their physical size (drag them in order from smallest to biggest)..

  • Vatican City

53 . Question

Which country has the most unesco world heritage sites, 54 . question, germany shares a border with 9 other countries. which of the below is not one of them.

  • Czech Republic

55 . Question

What is the world’s tallest waterfall.

  • Niagra Falls
  • Tugela Falls
  • Angel Falls
  • Olo'upena Falls

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Match the country with its currency (part 1)., 57 . question, match the country with its currency (part 2)., 58 . question, true or false antarctica is a desert., 59 . question, true or false the usa has more golf courses per capita than any other country in the world., 60 . question, true or false egypt has the biggest pyramids in the world., 61 . question, true or false the eiffel tower was only meant to be a temporary installation., 62 . question, true or false four us presidents have tried to buy cuba., 63 . question, true or false china has only one time zone., 64 . question, true or false the tallest skyscraper in south america is located in buenos aires, argentina., 65 . question, true or false norway has more winter olympic medals than any other country., 66 . question, true or false the official name of mexico is the united mexican states., 67 . question, true or false the brooklyn bridge in new york city is older than the tower bridge in london., 68 . question, true or false there are more bicycles than people in the netherlands., thanks for playing.

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Right now, the idea of travel might be the furthest thing from your mind... And that's great!

It doesn't look like travelling is something that we should be doing for a while, and unfortunately for some, that might just fill you with FOMO! The internet has a funny way of just flooding you with wanderlust and travel inspiration, even at a time when that may or may not be a bit counter-intuitive...

The aim of this blog post is definitely not that!

Instead of inspiring wanderlust and the desire to hit the road, we hope that this pub quiz proves a great way to get together with friends (online, not in person), spend time with family and all have a fun time when we might all need just that!

How's This Pub Quiz Going To Work??

We've put together 50 awesome pub quiz questions all to do with travel, geography and the world we all love to travel and see so much. The 50 questions have been split into 5 rounds of 10 questions, with the 10 answers to each set of questions to follow.

The rounds are made up of a variety of different topics, areas of the world and ease of questions too... Including some questions that should please everyone playing, and some questions that might be a bit more challenging...

We've also thrown in some interesting facts & trivia with all of the answers as well!

The quiz should be simple enough to play however you want to do it - with a question master or without, in teams or just as a challenge to yourself! And you can leave a comment down below to let us know how you did! Let's do it!

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True or false, there are more than 190 countries in the world?

Russia is the largest country in the world. How many time zones does it cross?

How many hours ahead of London is Sydney, Australia?

Throughout June, The Sun sets at roughly what time in Iceland?

Which country is made up of more islands, Sweden or The Philippines?

What is the smallest country in the world?

True or false, The River Thames is the longest river in Britain?

What 3 colours are on the Irish flag?

True or false, there are less than 60 countries in Africa?

What capital city is closest to The North Pole?

True. There are 195 sovereign countries in the world.

11. Russia’s different time zones range from Eastern European Time (UTC+2) to Anadyr and Kamchatka time (UTC+12).

9 hours. Australia spans multiple time zones, with some time zones being 0.5 hours ahead of other areas in Australia. Time zones and differences may also change due to daylight savings, but at the time of posting this, Sydney is 9 hours ahead of London.

Midnight, and only stays below the horizon for about 3-4 hours, keeping the country in day-twilight cycle opposed to a day-night cycle.

Sweden. With over 220,000 islands, Sweden has more islands than any other country! They’re then followed by Finland with roughly 180,000 islands!

The Vatican City , at only 0.17 square miles. Nearly 2 square miles smaller than Central Park in New York City.

False. The longest river in Britain is The River Severn, although The River Thames is the longest river strictly in England.

Green, White and Orange. Bonus point if you know the two colours of the Northern Ireland flag? That would be red and white!

True. There are 54 countries in Africa.

Reykjavik, Iceland. The capitals of Svalbard and Greenland may be further north, but they are territories of Norway and Denmark respectively.

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In what decade did The Berlin Wall fall?

In what Indian city would you find the Taj Mahal?

In Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City was once called a different name. What was it?

What table sauce shares it’s name with a Mexican state?

Which country produces the most coffee in the world?

What (or where) is the tallest building in the world?

Ayer’s Rock in Australia is also known by what other name?

Banff National Park is found in which country?

True or false, over 90% of Turkey’s land mass is in Asia?

True or false, Papua New Guinea has more languages being spoken there than the whole of Africa?

The 1980’s. The wall fell in 1989, with the reunification of East and West Germany coming about a year after!

Agra. The Taj Mahal was built here in 1632 by the emperor at the time, Shah Jahan, as a show of love to his wife and a place for their tombs once they had died!

Saigon. The city was renamed after the president of North Vietnam who lead North Vietnam to win The Vietnam War and take the city of Saigon!

Tabasco Sauce. Named after the tabasco pepper it’s made from, which are (arguably) named after the state that the peppers come from!

Brazil. Followed by Vietnam, Columbia and Indonesia!

Burj Khalifa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Burj Khalifa is 828 metres high, followed by The Shanghai Tower at 632m, whilst The Jeddah Tower in Saudi Arabia is planned to become the world’s first 1000m + building once completed!

Uluru. The official and aboriginal name of the sacred monolith located within the Uluru-Kata-Tjuta National Park!

Canada. Banff National Park is the oldest national park in Canada!

True. Only 5% of Turkey’s land mass in is Europe, which means 95% of it’s land mass is in Asia!

False. Over 1,500 languages are spoken across Africa, but there’s still an impressive amount of over 800 different languages spoken in Papua New Guinea!

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Name all seven continents.

Which continent spans four hemispheres (North, South, East & West)?

Name all five oceans.

What is the largest ocean in the world?

Christmas Island is a territory of Australia. In which ocean would you find it?

What sea separates Jordan and Israel?

In which country is the highest mountain, Mount Everest, found?

Mount Everest is the highest mountain above sea level, but where is the tallest mountain in the world with it’s base being below sea level?

The Himalayas are the highest mountain range on Earth, but what’s the longest?

What’s the largest volcano in Europe?

North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania, Antarctica.

Africa. Crossing north and south of the equator, as well as east and west of the prime meridian, Africa spans four hemispheres!

Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, Southern.

The Pacific Ocean. At roughly 64 million square miles, The Pacific is almost double The Atlantic’s 33 million square miles of surface area. The Pacific is also the deepest ocean and holds roughly half of the world’s ocean water with a volume of 420 million cubic miles!

The Indian Ocean. Roughly 220 miles from Indonesia!

The Dead Sea, which was given it’s name due to it’s high salt content causing it to be uninhabitable to most forms of life!

Nepal. Mount Everest’s summit is roughly 8,850 metres above sea level and the mountain sits within The Himalayas Mountain Range!

Hawaii, USA. Mauna Kea is only 4,205m above sea level but extends 6000m below sea level!

The Andes, at roughly 4,300 miles long, spanning seven South American Countries!

Mount Etna, at roughly 3,300 metres on the Italian island on Sicily, followed by Beerenberg volcano in Norway!

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What is the largest state in The US?

In which US state is Mount Rushmore?

A nickel is worth how many cents in The US?

Before Alaska was a part of The US, which country was it a part of?

True or false, the national language of The US is English?

Which is closest to the equator, New York City or Rome?

True or False, it’s impossible to drive from North America to South America?

Easter Island is a territory of which South American country?

What’s the largest lake in South America?

True or false, Brazil covers roughly 75% of South America’s land mass?

Alaska. At around 570,000 square miles of land mass, it’s over 2 times larger than Texas’ 260,000 square miles!

South Dakota. Here, the faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln can be seen sculpted into the granite mountain-side!

5 cents. A dime is worth 10 cents and a quarter is worth 25!

Russia. The US purchased Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million USD, equivalent to $132 million in 2019!

False. The USA has no official national language!

New York City, sitting at 40.44 latitude whilst Rome sits at 41.54 latitude!

True. The Panama Canal connects The Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and makes driving between North and South America impossible… Without the use of a boat that is, but that doesn’t count!

Chile. The Island is famous for it’s large stone Moai statues!

Lake Titicaca, located on the border between Peru and Bolivia high in The Andes. At roughly 3,800 metres above sea level, it is considered the highest navigable lake in the world!

False. But it does cover almost half!

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What (or in which region) is the only carbon neutral country in the world?

True or false, more than 25% of the world’s population lives in The Southern Hemisphere?

In which country is the world’s largest human migration found?

Which country is visited most in the world?

Niagara Falls is estimated to be the most visited waterfall in the world, but what (or where) is the highest?

The busiest airport in the world is in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. But where is the busiest train station in the world?

True or false, The Sahara Desert is the largest desert on Earth?

True or false, Mount Everest is the highest discovered mountain in The Solar System?

True or false, Russia is bigger than Pluto?

True or false, Russia and The US are over 80 miles from each other?

Bhutan, Asia. As a country, it actually sinks roughly three times the amount of carbon that it emits!

False. Only 10% of the world’s population lives in The Southern Hemisphere!

China. Roughly 3 billion trips are made to, from and within China each year to celebrate Chinese New Year with friends and family, and all within about a 40 day window!

France, with over 80 million international visitors each year, and the world’s most visited museum, The Louvre!

Angel Falls in Venezuela, at almost 1000m in height! It’s closely followed by Tugela Falls in South Africa!

Shinjuku Station, Tokyo, Japan. With an average of about 3.6 million passengers using the station every day, it’s roughly 4.6 times busier than Europe’s busiest train station Gare Du Nord in Paris, France!

False. Antarctica might be freezing, but it’s technically the largest desert on Earth, and it’s also home to driest place on Earth that hasn’t had any rainfall in over 14 million years!

False. The highest discovered mountain is found on Mars, and is over 3 times as high as Mount Everest!

True. Russia is roughly 400,000 km2 bigger in surface area than Pluto!

False. Russia and The US each have island territories in The Bering Straight that are only 2.5 miles apart from each other. The Bering straight itself is 55 miles wide at it’s narrowest point, from Siberia to Alaska, separating Russia and The US!

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Do you love travelling and quizzes? Then these travel trivia questions will be perfect for you!

Travelling is one of the best things in the world. It’s about discovering new places, visiting landmarks but also expending your horizons.

When we travel , we learn a lot about the places we visit but also about ourselves.

We also learn more about history . For example, going to London is perfect to learn about the British monarchy.

But travelling doesn’t just mean visiting cultural sites. It also means exploring the outdoors and trying new activities. Hiking, sailing, snorkelling… there are so many things to do!

If you love the world as much as I do, then these travel trivia questions and answers will be perfect for you!

In this travel quiz, you will find 10 rounds of trivia questions about everything related to travel including transportation, food, art and landmarks.

So, are you ready? Let’s get started!

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Round 1: General Knowledge Travel Trivia Questions

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  • Which New York island was the busiest immigrant inspection station in the United States?
  • In which city can you find the Golden Gate bridge?
  • What is the largest Australian airline?
  • Which author wrote the book Eat, Pray, Love?
  • Which actress portrayed Cheryl Strayed in Wild?
  • What is the world’s number one destination for international tourists?
  • What is the world’s largest island?
  • What is the name of the archipelago at South America’s southernmost tip?
  • What is a TGV in France?
  • What type of transportation does the company Amtrak provide?
  • Which New York island was the busiest immigrant inspection station in the United States ? Ellis Island
  • In which city can you find the Golden Gate bridge? San Francisco
  • What is the largest Australian airline? Qantas
  • Which author wrote the book Eat, Pray, Love? Eat, Pray, Love
  • Which actress portrayed Cheryl Strayed in Wild? Reese Witherspoon
  • What is the world’s number one destination for international tourists? France
  • What is the world’s largest island? Greenland
  • What is the name of the archipelago at South America’s southernmost tip? Tierra del Fuego
  • What is a TGV in France ? High-Speed Train
  • What type of transportation does the company Amtrak provide? Train

Round 2: Travel Multiple Choice Questions

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  • 1.5 minutes
  • 3.5 minutes
  • 5.5 minutes
  • 8.5 minutes
  • 134 per km2
  • 234 per km2
  • 334 per km2
  • 434 per km2
  • Perth and Sydney
  • Melbourne and Brisbane
  • Broome and Alice Springs
  • Darwin and Adelaide
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Tasmanian Devil
  • How long is the Great Wall of China? 21,196 km
  • How tall is the Eiffel Tower (to tip)? 324 m
  • The shortest flight in the world is between two Orkney Islands in Scotland. How long is it? 1.5 minutes
  • How big is Monaco? 2 km²
  • What is the population density for England ? 434 per km2
  • Which two Australian cities are connected by the Ghan train? Darwin and Adelaide
  • Which airline has a red maple leaf as a logo ? Air Canada
  • Which one of these Australian animals is known for its smile? Quokka
  • How many floors are in the Empire State Building ? 102
  • Which one of the following is not a stop on the Circumvesuviana train? Venice

Round 3: Capital Cities Trivia Questions

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  • What is the capital city of Afghanistan?
  • What is the southernmost capital city in the world?
  • Where was the capital of Spain before Madrid?
  • What is the capital of Brazil?
  • In which capital city can you find the Petronas Twin Towers?
  • Which country is Caracas the capital of?
  • What is the capital of Ukraine?
  • What does DC, in Washington DC, stand for?
  • What is the capital of Australia?
  • In which capital city can you find the Parthenon?

Round 3: Capital Cities Trivia Questions and Answers

  • What is the capital city of Afghanistan? Kabul
  • What is the southernmost capital city in the world? Wellington (New Zealand)
  • Where was the capital of Spain before Madrid? Toledo
  • What is the capital of Brazil? Brasilia
  • In which capital city can you find the Petronas Twin Towers? Kuala Lumpur
  • Which country is Caracas the capital of? Venezuela
  • What is the capital of Ukraine? Kyiv
  • What does DC, in Washington DC, stand for? District of Columbia
  • What is the capital of Australia? Canberra
  • In which capital city can you find the Parthenon? Athens

Round 4: Airports Trivia Questions

airport travel quiz questions

  • Which New York airport has the same name as a US President?
  • What is the largest airport in the world (by size)?
  • The airport in Ajaccio, Corsica, is named after a French Emperor. Which one?
  • What is the busiest airport in the USA?
  • In which city would you find Heathrow and Gatwick airports?
  • Name the three airports in Paris, France (1 point each).
  • Which UK airport is named after one of the members of The Beatles?
  • RAK is the code of which airport?
  • Rome–Fiumicino International Airport is named after a famous artist. Which one?
  • In which country was the airline Ryanair founded?

Round 4: Airports Trivia Questions and Answers

  • Which New York airport has the same name as a US President? JFK airport
  • What is the largest airport in the world (by size)? King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, Saudi Arabia
  • The airport in Ajaccio, Corsica, is named after a French Emperor. Which one? Napoleon Bonaparte
  • What is the busiest airport in the USA? Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • In which city would you find Heathrow and Gatwick airports? London
  • Name the three airports in Paris, France (1 point each). Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais
  • Which UK airport is named after one of the members of The Beatles ? Liverpool John Lennon Airport
  • RAK is the code of which airport ? Marrakech Airport
  • Rome–Fiumicino International Airport is named after a famous artist. Which one? Leonardo Da Vinci
  • In which country was the airline Ryanair founded? Ireland

Round 5: Landmarks Trivia Questions

landmarks travel quiz questions

  • Which country gifted the statue of Liberty to the United States?
  • Which basilica sits at the top of the Montmartre hill in Paris?
  • Which amphiteatre in Rome used to host gladiator fights?
  • In which famous natural landmark is Nemo born?
  • What does UNESCO stand for?
  • In which Spanish city is the Sagrada Familia?
  • What is the tallest building in the world (+ Bonus point for the city)?
  • Which 4 US presidents are in Mount Rushmore?
  • True or False – Uluru is higher than the Chrysler Building in New York.
  • What is the White House’s address?

Round 5: Landmarks Trivia Questions and Answers

  • Which country gifted the statue of Liberty to the United States? France
  • Which basilica sits at the top of the Montmartre hill in Paris? Sacré-Cœur
  • Which amphiteatre in Rome used to host gladiator fights? Colosseum
  • In which famous natural landmark is Nemo born? The Great Barrier Reef
  • What does UNESCO stand for? United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  • In which Spanish city is the Sagrada Familia? Barcelona
  • What is the tallest building in the world (+ Bonus point for the city)? Burj Khalifa in Dubai
  • Which 4 US presidents are in Mount Rushmore? George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln
  • True or False – Uluru is higher than the Chrysler Building in New Yor. True
  • What is the White House’s address? 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC

Round 6: Funny Trivia Questions

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  • In which country is Christmas island?
  • True or False – There is a town named Condom in France.
  • In which country is pig beach?
  • The Big Banana is a landmark in which country?
  • In which country can you find the town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch?
  • In which country is the biggest pyramid in the world (by volume)?
  • What is the Dragon Khan?
  • Which country celebrated the millennium in 2007?
  • Which London bridge is nicknamed “wobbly bridge”?
  • Which Turkish airport has the same name as a super hero?

Round 6: Funny Trivia Questions and Answers

  • In which country is Christmas island? Australia
  • True or False – There is a town named Condom in France. True
  • In which country is pig beach ? The Bahamas
  • The Big Banana is a landmark in which country? Australia
  • In which country can you find the town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch? Wales
  • In which country is the biggest pyramid in the world (by volume)? Mexico
  • What is the Dragon Khan? A roller coaster in PortAventura Park (Spain)
  • Which country celebrated the millennium in 2007? Ethiopia
  • Which London bridge is nicknamed “wobbly bridge”? Millennium Bridge
  • Which Turkish airport has the same name as a super hero? Batman Airport

Round 7: Geography Trivia Questions

travel geography quiz questions

  • What is the highest mountain in Africa?
  • Which river flows through Paris?
  • Between which countries is the world’s longest international border?
  • In which country is Zanzibar located?
  • In which country is the Loch Ness?
  • On which river did Captain Sully land US Airways Flight 1549 in 2009?
  • What type of geographical feature is the Stromboli?
  • Which countries share a border with Italy (1 point each)?
  • Which volcano is located near Tokyo and considered a sacred mountain?
  • In which country can you find the Phi Phi islands?

Round 7: Geography Trivia Questions and Answers

  • What is the highest mountain in Africa? Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Which river flows through Paris? River Seine
  • Between which countries is the world’s longest international border? Canada and USA
  • In which country is Zanzibar located? Tanzania
  • In which country is the Loch Ness? Scotland
  • On which river did Captain Sully land US Airways Flight 1549 in 2009? Hudson River
  • What type of geographical feature is the Stromboli? A volcano
  • Which countries share a border with Italy (1 point each)? France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia
  • Which volcano is located near Tokyo and considered a sacred mountain? Mount Fuji
  • In which country can you find the Phi Phi islands? Thailand

Round 8: Travel Activities Trivia Questions

travel activities quiz questions

  • Which sport is Kelly Slater known for?
  • Which sport is also referred to as sailboarding?
  • In which museum can you find the Rosetta Stone?
  • Which fabric device opens up during a skydive?
  • Which museum is also famous for its glass pyramid at the front?
  • What is the world’s longest designated hiking trail?
  • Haggis is the national dish of which country?
  • How many states does the Appalachian National Scenic Trail go through?
  • In which museum can you find The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh?
  • In which Italian city was the pizza invented?

Round 8: Travel Activities Trivia Questions and Answers

  • Which sport is Kelly Slater known for? Surfing
  • Which sport is also referred to as sailboarding? Windsurfing
  • In which museum can you find the Rosetta Stone? The British museum
  • Which fabric device opens up during a skydive? Parachute
  • Which museum is also famous for its glass pyramid at the front? Le Louvre
  • What is the world’s longest designated hiking trail? Pacific Crest Trail
  • Haggis is the national dish of which country? Scotland
  • How many states does the Appalachian National Scenic Trail go through? 14
  • In which museum can you find The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh? Museum of Modern Art in New York City
  • In which Italian city was the pizza invented? Naples

Round 9: Hard Travel Quiz Questions

hard travel quiz questions

  • Which colour is the Easyjet logo?
  • Which Boeing aircraft crashed twice in 2018 (in Indonesia and Ethiopia)?
  • Which currency is in used in Bali?
  • Which country has the most time zones?
  • According to the legend, what did St Patrick’s drive out of Ireland?
  • Which city has the most bridges in the world?
  • In which city can you find the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel?
  • What is the world’s largest salt desert?
  • What does ESTA stand for?
  • What was Ho Chi Minh City previously known as?

Round 9: Hard Travel Quiz Questions and Answers

  • Which colour is the Easyjet logo? Orange
  • Which Boeing aircraft crashed twice in 2018 (in Indonesia and Ethiopia)? Boeing 737 Max
  • Which currency is in used in Bali? Indonesian rupiah
  • Which country has the most time zones? France
  • According to the legend, what did St Patrick’s drive out of Ireland? Snakes
  • Which city has the most bridges in the world? Hamburg
  • In which city can you find the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel? Dubai
  • What is the world’s largest salt desert? Gran Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia
  • What does ESTA stand for? Electronic System for Travel Authorization
  • What was Ho Chi Minh City previously known as? Saigon

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130 Best Travel Trivia Questions and Answers for adults and kids

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100 Fun Trivia Questions and Answers For Adults

Travel trivia questions and answers, along with general knowledge quizzes, serve as engaging tools in the travel and tourism industry to enhance visitor experiences by providing entertaining and educational content. They not only stimulate interest in destinations but also foster a deeper connection with the culture, history, and attractions, enriching the overall travel experience.

100 Fun Trivia Questions and Answers For Adults

Here are 100 fun travel trivia questions and answers covering various tourism topics:

Trivia Quizzes with Answers about Travel Destinations

Test your knowledge of travel destinations with these intriguing yet easy trivia questions and answers, covering a range of famous landmarks, cultures, and geographical wonders. Challenge yourself to see how much you know about the world’s most fascinating places and popular tourist spots!

1. Which city is known as the “City of Love”?

Answer: Paris, France.

2. What is the tallest building in the world and where is it located?

Answer: Burj Khalifa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

3. Which country is famous for its fjords?

Answer: Norway.

4. In which country would you find the ancient city of Machu Picchu?

Answer: Peru.

5. What is the largest desert in the world?

Answer: The Sahara Desert, Africa.

General Knowledge Trivia Questions and Answers about Travel Landmarks

General knowledge questions about travel landmarks can test your familiarity with famous historical sites, natural wonders, and cultural monuments around the world. These questions often cover details about location, significance, history, and unique features of landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, the Great Wall of China, and Machu Picchu.

6. What is the name of the famous clock tower in London?

Answer: Big Ben.

7. Which iconic structure is found in India and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World?

Answer: The Taj Mahal.

8. What is the name of the ancient wonder located in Egypt?

Answer: The Great Pyramid of Giza.

9. In which city would you find the Christ the Redeemer statue?

Answer: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

10. What is the name of the famous ancient monument in Athens?

Answer: The Parthenon.

Travel trivia questions and answers about Culture and Traditions

Explore the fascinating world of cultural diversity with these travel BUT not hard trivia questions and answers, which delve into unique traditions and customs from around the globe. Test your knowledge and discover intriguing facts that highlight the rich tapestry of global heritage.

11. What is the traditional dance of Hawaii called?

Answer: Hula.

12. What is the national sport of Japan?

Answer: Sumo wrestling.

13. In which country would you find the Day of the Dead celebrated?

Answer: Mexico.

14. What is the traditional garment worn by men in Scotland?

Answer: Kilt.

15. Which country is famous for the tradition of Oktoberfest?

Answer: Germany.

Challenging Trivia Questions and Answers for Adults About Transportation

Travel Trivia is a fun and engaging way to test your knowledge about transportation around the world, covering everything from iconic trains and planes to fascinating historical journeys. Here are some challenging questions and answers designed for adults to explore the wonders of global travel through different modes of transport.

16. What is the fastest commercial passenger aircraft in the world?

Answer: Concorde.

17. In which country would you find the Trans-Siberian Railway?

Answer: Russia.

18. What is the famous train route that travels from Chicago to Los Angeles?

Answer: The Southwest Chief.

19. What is the name of the famous luxury train in Southeast Asia?

Answer: The Eastern & Oriental Express.

20. Which city is known for its extensive canal system and gondola rides?

Answer: Venice, Italy.

Food and Cuisine: Foodie Random Trivia Questions and Answers

Indulge your wanderlust palate with Travel Foodie Trivia, where tantalizing questions whisk you away to culinary destinations worldwide . From the spices of India to the pastas of Italy, test your gastronomic knowledge and savor the journey

21. What is the traditional dish of Spain made with saffron-infused rice and various meats or seafood?

Answer: Paella.

22. Which country is famous for its delicious chocolate and waffles?

Answer: Belgium.

23. What is the national dish of Thailand?

Answer: Pad Thai.

24. Which city is renowned for its deep-dish pizza?

Answer: Chicago, USA.

25. What is the traditional Japanese rice wine?

Answer: Sake.

History and Geography Trivia Questions

Did you know that the study of history and geography is like a time-traveling expedition across the globe? It’s a thrilling adventure that unveils the secrets of ancient civilizations buried beneath the sands of time and maps out the ever-evolving tapestry of human existence on Earth.

26. What is the smallest country in the world?

Answer: Vatican City.

27. Which river is the longest in the world?

Answer: The Nile River.

28. What is the capital of Australia?

Answer: Canberra.

29. Which mountain range stretches across several countries including Nepal, India, and China?

Answer: The Himalayas.

30. What is the largest ocean in the world?

Answer: The Pacific Ocean.

Travel Trivia Questions Wildlife and Nature

Dive into the wild with our Travel Trivia: unlock the secrets of nature’s realm with questions that challenge even the savviest adventurers, from identifying elusive creatures to unraveling the mysteries of the natural world. With each answer, journey deeper into the heart of our planet’s wilderness , where every discovery sparks the thrill of exploration.

31. What is the national animal of Australia?

Answer: Kangaroo.

32. In which country would you find the Amazon Rainforest?

Answer: Brazil.

33. What is the largest mammal in the world?

Answer: Blue whale.

34. Which African country is famous for its population of wild gorillas?

Answer: Rwanda.

35. What is the tallest waterfall in the world?

Answer: Angel Falls, Venezuela.

Travel Trivia Quizzes and Answers about Language and Communication

Embark on a linguistic journey with our Travel Trivia Quizzes , where each question unveils a world of language and communication. From deciphering ancient scripts to decoding modern slang, challenge your knowledge and unravel the fascinating tapestry of human expression.

36. What is the official language of Brazil?

Answer: Portuguese.

37. In which country is Swahili widely spoken?

Answer: Tanzania.

38. What is the official language of China?

Answer: Mandarin Chinese.

39. Which European country speaks Dutch as its official language?

Answer: Netherlands.

40. What is the most widely spoken language in the world?

Famous Explorers and Travelers Trivia with Answers

Embark on an adventure through history with our travel trivia game, where you’ll unearth tales of daring voyages and intrepid explorers , from Magellan’s circumnavigation to Marco Polo’s Silk Road odyssey. Challenge your knowledge and traverse the globe with each question, unraveling the mysteries of renowned adventurers who dared to chart the unknown.

41. Who was the first person to reach the South Pole?

Answer: Roald Amundsen.

42. Who was the first European explorer to reach India by sea?

Answer: Vasco da Gama.

43. Which explorer led the first expedition to circumnavigate the globe?

Answer: Ferdinand Magellan.

44. Who discovered the Hawaiian Islands?

Answer: James Cook.

45. Who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?

Answer: Amelia Earhart.

Film and Literature Trivia Questions for Adults

Step into the world of imagination and intrigue with our Film and Literature trivia quizzes, where every question unravels a new mystery and every answer unlocks a treasure trove of knowledge. From cinematic classics to literary gems, challenge yourself and uncover the secrets of storytelling brilliance!

46. Which fictional character lived in a pineapple under the sea?

Answer: SpongeBob SquarePants.

47. What is the name of the island featured in William Golding’s novel “Lord of the Flies”?

Answer: The island is unnamed.

48. In which movie would you find the character Forrest Gump embarking on a cross-country run?

Answer: Forrest Gump.

49. What is the name of the wizarding school in the Harry Potter series?

Answer: Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

50. Which classic novel features a journey down the Mississippi River by two friends?

Answer: “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” by Mark Twain.

General Quiz Questions Sports and Adventure

Did you know that the longest tennis match in history lasted for 11 hours and 5 minutes? That’s enough time to binge-watch an entire season of your favorite TV show! And here’s another one: Mount Everest grows about a quarter of an inch taller every year due to geological shifts. So, next time you conquer that mountain, remember, you’re scaling something that’s still on the rise!

Find 5 trivia questions and answers randomnly chosen about sports and adventure yet important.

51. What is the national sport of Canada?

Answer: Ice hockey.

52. In which city would you find the annual Tour de France cycling race finish line?

53. What is the highest mountain in Africa?

Answer: Mount Kilimanjaro.

54. What is the term for the underwater sport of swimming with a snorkel and fins?

Answer: Snorkeling.

55. What is the name of the highest bungee jump in the world?

Answer: Bloukrans Bridge Bungee, South Africa.

Architecture Travel Trivia Questions

Step into the realm of architectural wonders with our trivia game. Challenge your knowledge with questions like, “Which iconic Parisian landmark boasts a delectable secret; a pastry shop hidden within its walls?” and “What sugary-inspired structure in Barcelona is the brainchild of Antoni Gaudí?” Get ready to indulge your architectural sweet tooth!

56. What style of architecture is characterized by pointed arches, ribbed vaults, and flying buttresses?

Answer: Gothic architecture.

57. Which famous architect designed the Sydney Opera House?

Answer: Jørn Utzon.

58. What is the name of the ancient Greek temple dedicated to the goddess Athena?

59. In which city would you find the leaning tower?

Answer: Pisa, Italy.

60. What style of architecture is associated with the Taj Mahal?

Answer: Mughal architecture.

Music and Entertainment Trivia Quizzes

Embark on a melodic journey across continents with our Music Quiz, where each note unlocks a destination’s rhythm. Dive into the pulse of global entertainment with our Travel-Tailored Entertainment Quiz, where every question transports you to the heart of cultural festivities around the world.

61. What is the traditional musical instrument of Scotland?

Answer: Bagpipes.

62. Which music festival in the United States is held annually in the desert of Nevada?

Answer: Burning Man.

63. What is the name of the famous music festival held in Indio, California?

Answer: Coachella.

64. What is the traditional dance of Argentina?

Answer: Tango.

65. Which city is known as the birthplace of jazz music?

Answer: New Orleans, USA.

Trivia Questions and Answers about Famous Personalities

In the world of travel, where passports are the closest thing we have to superhero capes, you’ll find Sir David Attenborough navigating through jungles like a seasoned explorer, all while calmly narrating the chaos of airport security lines. Meanwhile, Anthony Bourdain is probably swapping culinary secrets with street vendors in some far-flung alley, turning a simple taco stand into a Michelin-starred sensation faster than you can say “bon appétit!”

66. Who is the author of “Eat, Pray, Love,” a memoir about her travels?

Answer: Elizabeth Gilbert.

67. Which famous scientist proposed the theory of relativity?

Answer: Albert Einstein.

68. Who is the famous conservationist known for her work with chimpanzees in Africa?

Answer: Jane Goodall.

69. Which American astronaut was the first person to walk on the moon?

Answer: Neil Armstrong.

70. Who is the renowned chef and television personality known for his travel and culinary adventures?

Answer: Anthony Bourdain.

Trivia Questions about World Records

Did you know that the world record for the most socks worn on one foot is held by a person who apparently has never heard of sandals? And if you’ve ever wondered who has the longest beard in the world, just imagine the look on his face when he’s caught in a windstorm without a hair tie!

71. What is the highest waterfall in the United States?

Answer: Yosemite Falls, California.

72. What is the deepest lake in the world?

Answer: Lake Baikal, Russia.

73. What is the longest river in Europe?

Answer: The Volga River.

74. What is the highest mountain range in South America?

Answer: The Andes.

75. What is the longest wall in the world?

Answer: The Great Wall of China.

Inventions and Innovations Trivia Quizzes

Welcome to the wacky world of Inventions and Innovations Trivia Quizzes, where you’ll discover that Thomas Edison wasn’t just a brilliant inventor, but also a master of naptime in the lab, and where the “Eureka!” moments often came after a series of “Uh-oh…” experiments involving exploding cheese graters and malfunctioning rubber ducks. Strap in, because this quiz is about to take you on a rollercoaster ride through the history of human ingenuity, with a side of humor!

76. Who is credited with inventing the modern airplane?

Answer: The Wright brothers (Wilbur and Orville Wright).

77. What is the name of the first satellite launched into space by the Soviet Union?

Answer: Sputnik 1.

78. Which country is known for inventing the sport of rugby?

Answer: England.

79. Who invented the World Wide Web?

Answer: Tim Berners-Lee.

80. What is the name of the first human-made satellite launched into space by the Soviet Union in 1957?

Answer: Sputnik.

Unique Natural Phenomena Trivia Quizzes

Get ready to delve into the wonders of nature with our Unique Natural Phenomena Trivia Quizzes. From mesmerizing light displays to bizarre geological formations, these quizzes will challenge your knowledge and leave you in awe of the world’s extraordinary marvels. So, buckle up and prepare to explore the mysteries of our planet like never before! It doesnt matter which travel niches you are in, general knowledge questions will spark your travel enthusiasm.

81. What is the natural phenomenon caused by the refraction of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky?

Answer: Rainbow.

82. What is the natural light display in the Earth’s sky, predominantly seen in high-latitude regions around the Arctic and Antarctic regions?

Answer: Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and Aurora Australis (Southern Lights).

83. What is the phenomenon where two ocean currents meet, resulting in turbulent water?

Answer: Confluence.

84. What is the geological formation where a layer of rock overhangs and juts out from the cliff face?

Answer: Sea stack.

85. What is the name of the natural disaster caused by the sudden movement of the Earth’s crust?

Answer: Earthquake.

Pop Culture References and Movie Trivia Questions

Are you ready to test your knowledge of pop culture with some trivia questions? From which movie does the iconic line “I’ll be back” originate?

86. What is the name of the fictional wizarding school in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series?

87. In which movie would you find the character Jack Dawson shouting, “I’m the king of the world!”?

Answer: Titanic.

88. What is the name of the animated character who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

89. Which Disney movie features the song “Let It Go”?

Answer: Frozen.

90. What is the name of the TV series featuring a group of friends living in New York City’s Greenwich Village?

Answer: Friends.

Trivia Questions about Random Fun Facts

Did you know that random fun facts and travel trivia questions can turn a mundane journey into an exciting adventure? From discovering the deepest lake on Earth to unraveling the mysteries of ancient civilizations, these nuggets of knowledge add an extra layer of intrigue to any travel experience.

91. What is the fear of long words called?

Answer: Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia.

92. What is the only mammal capable of true flight?

Answer: Bat.

93. What is the national animal of Scotland?

Answer: Unicorn.

94. What is the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth called?

Answer: Arachibutyrophobia.

95. What is the name of the phenomenon where the moon appears larger and brighter due to its closer proximity to Earth?

Answer: Supermoon.

Literature Trivia Quizzes

Embark on a literary journey with travel literature trivia quizzes! These engaging challenges test your knowledge of adventurous tales, exotic locales, and the authors who brought them to life, offering an exciting exploration into the world of wanderlust through the lens of literature.

96. Who wrote “The Catcher in the Rye”?

Answer: J.D. Salinger.

97. What is the capital of Narnia in C.S. Lewis’s “The Chronicles of Narnia” series?

Answer: Cair Paravel.

98. Who wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

Answer: Harper Lee.

99. What is the name of the fictional kingdom in J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” series?

Answer: Middle-earth.

100. Who wrote “Pride and Prejudice”?

Answer: Jane Austen.

These trivia questions cover a wide range of topics and are sure to spark fun and engagement among your audience!

20 Fun Trivia Questions for Kids

Embarking on a journey of discovery, these 20 Fun Trivia Questions for Kids and Teens promise to ignite curiosity and foster learning in young minds.

Beyond mere entertainment, they serve as invaluable tools for broadening horizons, nurturing a deep appreciation for diverse cultures, wildlife, and global landscapes, essential for fostering well-rounded individuals with a keen understanding of the world around them.

20 Fun Trivia Questions for Kids

Whether exploring new destinations, encountering wildlife , or engaging with different cultures, such knowledge enriches travel experiences, enabling young adventurers to connect more deeply with the world and its inhabitants.

Here are 20 fun trivia questions suitable for kids

101. What is the name of the toy cowboy in the movie “Toy Story”? Answer: Woody

102. What is the tallest animal in the world? Answer: Giraffe

103. What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan? Answer: Tinker Bell

104. What fruit do pandas primarily eat? Answer: Bamboo

105. What is the name of the boy who never grows up in the story “Peter Pan”? Answer: Peter Pan

106. How many legs does a spider have? Answer: Eight

107. What is the capital city of France? Answer: Paris

108. How many colors are there in a rainbow? Answer: Seven

109. What animal is known as the “King of the Jungle”? Answer: Lion

110. What is the name of Harry Potter’s pet owl? Answer: Hedwig

111. What is the tallest mountain in the world? Answer: Mount Everest

112. What is the name of the fairy tale character who loses her glass slipper? Answer: Cinderella

113. What is the smallest planet in our solar system? Answer: Mercury

114. How many continents are there in the world? Answer: Seven

115. What animal is known for its long neck and spots? Answer: Giraffe

116. What is the name of the toy space ranger in the movie “Toy Story”? Answer: Buzz Lightyear

117. What is the name of the princess in the Disney movie “Frozen”? Answer: Elsa

118. What is the name of the famous pirate who has a pet parrot named Polly? Answer: Long John Silver

119. What is the fastest land animal in the world? Answer: Cheetah

120. What is the name of the famous mouse created by Walt Disney? Answer: Mickey Mouse

What are Some Good Family Trivia Questions? 10 Top Family Quizzes

Family trivia questions can cover a wide range of topics, including history, geography, science, pop culture, and sports. Choose topics that appeal to different interests within your family to make the game enjoyable and engaging for everyone.

What are Some Good Family Trivia Questions

121. What is the tallest mountain in the world?

Answer: Mount Everest.

122. Which planet is known as the “Red Planet”?

Answer: Mars.

123. What is the largest mammal in the world?

Answer: The blue whale.

124. Which bird is a symbol of peace?

Answer: The dove.

125. What is the capital city of France?

Answer: Paris.

126. Who wrote the famous play “Romeo and Juliet”?

Answer: William Shakespeare.

127. What is the longest river in the world?

128. Which animal is known as the “King of the Jungle”?

Answer: The lion.

129. What is the largest ocean on Earth?

130. Which continent is home to the Amazon Rainforest?

Answer: South America.

Why do Trivia Questions Matter for Travel Content Creators

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Interactive Engagement: Trivia questions invite your audience to participate actively. People love to test their knowledge and compete with friends or other followers. It fosters a sense of community and interaction.

Entertainment Value: Travel trivia adds an element of entertainment to your content. It breaks the monotony of traditional travel narratives and adds a playful twist that can captivate your audience.

Educational Aspect: While trivia is fun, it’s also educational. You can include interesting facts about destinations, cultures, landmarks, or historical events in your trivia questions. This adds value to your travel content by providing nuggets of knowledge that your audience may find intriguing.

Shareability: Travel trivia questions are highly shareable. A lot of people enjoy sharing compelling and captivating travel content with their social circles and online communities. When you create compelling trivia questions, you’re likely to see increased shares and engagement, which can help grow your audience.

Versatility: Trivia questions can be incorporated into various types of content, including travel blog posts , Instagram stories, or even live streams. They can be tailored to suit different platforms and formats, making them versatile tools for engaging your audience across different channels.

Overall, travel trivia questions offer a fun and engaging way to connect with your audience, spark conversations, and showcase your personality as a travel content creator . Whether you’re sharing quirky facts about obscure destinations or challenging your followers with brain teasers related to famous landmarks, trivia can add depth and excitement to your travel content.

How to Use Trivia to Uncover Lesser-Known Aspects of Popular Destinations

When visiting well-known destinations, it’s easy to focus on the main attractions and miss out on the lesser-known aspects that make them truly special. Trivia for kids or adults can guide you to discover these hidden gems. For instance, knowing that Japan has more vending machines per capita than any other country can lead you to explore the unique and quirky items sold in these machines. Or learning that Bolivia has a hotel made entirely of salt might inspire a visit to the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat.

How to Use Trivia to Uncover Lesser-Known Aspects of Popular Destinations

By incorporating trivia into your travel planning, you can uncover fascinating details about the places you visit. This approach not only enriches your experience but also allows you to share intriguing stories and facts with others.

The Importance of Curiosity in Travel and How Trivia Questions Fuel It

Curiosity is the driving force behind every great adventure. It pushes us to explore beyond the surface and seek out the stories that make each place unique. When we travel with a curious mind, we open ourselves up to new experiences and perspectives. Trivia plays a crucial role in this process by prompting us to question what we know and learn more about the destinations we visit.

Trivia questions challenge our assumptions and encourage us to look beyond the obvious. They reveal the unexpected and often surprising aspects of a place, sparking our travel interest and motivating us to delve deeper. Whether you’re planning your next trip or reminiscing about past journeys, trivia can enhance your travel experience by making it more engaging and informative.

FAQs: Travel Trivia and Questions for the Curious Explorer That Will Make You Think

Traveling is more than just visiting new places; it’s about expanding our understanding of the world and challenging our perceptions. Curiosity is the key to unlocking the true essence of any destination, and trivia is a fantastic way to fuel that curiosity. By delving into thought-provoking questions, we can uncover the hidden layers of the places we visit and gain a deeper appreciation for their culture, history, and unique features. Let’s embark on a journey of discovery with these travel trivia questions designed to make you think and inspire your next adventure.

What are some fun trivia questions?

Fun trivia questions might include asking about the world’s oldest known vegetable, or challenging participants to name the planet with the highest average surface temperature. They engage curiosity and spark conversation, making them perfect for social gatherings or educational events.

What are the top 10 quiz questions?

1. What is the capital of France? – Paris 2. Who wrote “Romeo and Juliet”? – William Shakespeare 3. What is the largest ocean on Earth? – Pacific Ocean 4. What is the chemical symbol for water? – H2O 5. Who painted the Mona Lisa? – Leonardo da Vinci 6. What is the currency of Japan? – Japanese Yen 7. What is the tallest mountain in the world? – Mount Everest 8. Who was the first person to step on the moon? – Neil Armstrong 9. What is the chemical symbol for gold? – Au 10. Who is the author of “To Kill a Mockingbird”? – Harper Lee

What is a random trivia fact?

A random trivia fact is a piece of interesting and often obscure information about a wide range of subjects, typically unrelated to the main topic of conversation. It’s something fun to share or ponder, adding a bit of curiosity and surprise to conversation or exploration.

Did you know fun facts about travel?

Did you know that the Great Wall of China is not visible from space with the naked eye, despite popular belief? Additionally, the Eiffel Tower in Paris can be 15 cm taller during the summer due to thermal expansion of the iron.

Final Thoughts: Interactive Quiz: Test Your Curiosity with These Challenging Travel Trivia Questions

Ready to test your travel knowledge? Take this interactive quiz and see how many of these challenging trivia questions you can answer correctly.

  • A. Thailand
  • D. Venezuela
  • Answer: D. Venezuela. The city of Palafitos is built on stilts over Lake Maracaibo.
  • B. Vatican City
  • D. San Marino
  • Answer: B. Vatican City. It covers just 44 hectares (110 acres).
  • A. Australia
  • D. Indonesia
  • Answer: C. Canada. It has a coastline of over 202,080 kilometers.
  • B. Venezuela
  • C. South Africa
  • D. United States
  • Answer: B. Venezuela. Angel Falls drops 979 meters (3,212 feet).
  • B. Valencia
  • C. Pamplona
  • Answer: D. Buñol. La Tomatina is held in Buñol, Spain.

By exploring these questions and their answers, you’re not only testing your knowledge but also discovering intriguing details about the world. Trivia encourages you to think critically and appreciate the richness of different cultures and landscapes. So, the next time you travel, let your curiosity lead the way and uncover the extraordinary in the seemingly ordinary.

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For many people, travel is one of the best things in life.

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  • The time zone in which of the following is furthest ahead: Sudan, Hawaii or Vietnam?
  • What country’s delicacies include souvlaki, gyros and moussaka?
  • In which English county would you find Alton Towers theme park?
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  • Which is bigger: Vancouver’s Stanley Park or New York City’s Central Park?
  • The word Safari means what in Swahili?
  • Which of the following Spanish cities is NOT found on the coast: Madrid, Valencia or Barcelona?
  • Iceland is famous for which Lagoon?
  • Which is the only one of the traditional seven ancient wonders of the world which archaeologists have been unable to locate?
  • What is the smallest country in Africa?
  • Which country is made up of eight divisions, including Chattogram, Rajshahi, Rangpur and Mymensingh?
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  • In what country would you find Milford Sound, Rotorua and Abel Tasman National Park?
  • Historic areas of Istanbul are a UNESCO world heritage site – true or false?
  • In which country would you find the cities Alexandria, Luxor and Hurghada?
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  • As of 2023, which of the following countries does not use the Euro: Ireland, Romania or Malta?
  • If you were flying from Kotoka International Airport to Doha International Airport, which country would you be flying from and to?
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  • In which province in Canada would you find Niagara Falls?
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Think you’re a travel buff? How well do you know the world beyond your backyard? I’ve compiled the best list of travel-related trivia questions and answers to liven up your trivia nights with friends or make those long road trips more enjoyable.

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  • About what percentage of flights are delayed per day? Answer: 20%
  • According to the legend, what did St Patrick’s drive out of Ireland? Answer: Snakes
  • Antarctica is a Desert, true or false? Answer: TRUE
  • Approximately how many airplane flights depart and land every day? Answer: 100,000
  • Approximately, how much money is thrown into Rome’s Trevi Fountain each day? Answer: approx. 3,000 euros
  • Are There Native Snakes In New Zealand? Answer: No
  • Big Ben is located in what European city? Answer: London
  • Bodeguita del Medio in Havana, Cuba claims to be the birthplace of what cocktail? Answer: A mojito
  • Easter Island is known for having 1000 of these? Answer: Statues
  • Encanto is based in which South American country? Answer: Colombia
  • Haggis is the national dish of which country? Answer: Scotland

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  • How big is Monaco? Answer: 2 km²
  • How long is the Great Wall of China? Answer: 21,196 km
  • How many capital cities does South Africa have? Answer: 3
  • How many countries still have a royal family? Answer: 43
  • How many Emirates does the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have? Answer: 7
  • How many floors are in the Empire State Building? Answer: 102
  • How many hours is the longest commercial flight? Answer: 18
  • How many islands does Australia have? – 53, 8,222 or 15,644? Answer: 8,222
  • How many islands does Spain have? Answer: 60 islands
  • How many stars does the United States of America flag have? Answer: 50
  • How many states start with the word, “new”? Answer: 4 (New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York)
  • How many Wonders of the World are there? Answer: 7
  • How tall is the Eiffel Tower (to tip)? Answer: 324 m
  • In the movie King Kong, Kong climbs what US building? Answer: Empires State Building
  • In what country would you find tapas? Answer: Spain
  • In what US city can you find the Golden Gate bridge? Answer: San Francisco

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  • In which capital city can you find the Parthenon? Answer: Athens
  • In which city would you find Heathrow and Gatwick airports? Answer: London
  • In which Country are Cows seen as sacred? Answer: India
  • In which country did cheesecake originate? Answer: Ancient Greece
  • In Which Country Do We Say Jultomten Which Means “The Christmas Gnome”? Answer: Sweden
  • In which country is Angkor Wat temple? Answer: Cambodia
  • In which country is Christmas island? Answer: Australia
  • In which country is pig beach? Answer: The Bahamas
  • In Which Country is the ‘Thumbs Up’ Gesture considered an insult? Answer: Iran
  • In which country is the Great Sphinx? Answer: Egypt
  • In which country is the Loch Ness? Answer: Scotland
  • In Which Country Is The Plain Of Jars? Answer: Laos
  • In which country is the world’s highest waterfall? Answer: Venezuela
  • In which country is Zanzibar located? Answer: Tanzania
  • In which country was the airline Ryanair founded? Answer: Ireland
  • In Which Country Will You Find Sigiriya, The Lion Rock Fortress? Answer: Sri Lanka
  • In which country would you find the currency ‘baht’? Answer: Thailand
  • In which country would you find the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park? Answer: China
  • In which famous natural landmark is Nemo born? Answer: The Great Barrier Reef
  • In which Italian city was the pizza invented? Answer: Naples
  • In which museum can you find the Rosetta Stone? Answer: The British museum
  • In which Spanish city is the Sagrada Familia? Answer: Barcelona
  • In which state is the Grand Canyon? Answer: Arizona
  • In which state would you find Mount Rushmore? Answer: South Dakota
  • India trains transport how many passengers per day? Answer: 23,000,000
  • It’s The Great Wall of _____ Answer: China
  • London’s Winter Wonderland happens in which park? Answer: Hyde Park
  • Machu Picchu is located in which country? Answer: Peru

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  • Maté is the National Drink of which South American Country? Answer: Argentina
  • Mount Kilimanjaro is located in which country? Answer: Tanzania
  • Mulan is from what country? Answer: China
  • Name Italy’s Most Popular Frozen Dessert? Answer: Gelato
  • Name the first state to enter the union. Answer: Delaware
  • Name The Four President’s Heads Who Are Carved Into Mount Rushmore. Answer: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln
  • Name The Largest Art Museum In The World? Answer: The Louvre, Paris
  • Name the largest city in the world: Answer: Tokyo
  • Name the last state to enter the union Answer: Hawaii
  • Name the smallest country in the world: Answer: The Vatican City
  • On what Caribbean Island can you swim with pigs? Answer: Bahamas
  • Pizza originates from which European country? Answer: Italy
  • Princess and the Frog is set in what US city? Answer: New Orleans
  • Puerto Rico is a territory of what country? Answer: United States
  • RAK is the code of which airport? Answer: Marrakech Airport
  • Rome–Fiumicino International Airport is named after a famous artist. Which one? Answer: Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Russia has how many time zones? Answer: 11
  • Saigon in Vietnam changed its name to what in 1976? Answer: Ho Chi Minh City
  • Saltfish and ackee is the national dish of which country? Answer: Jamaica
  • Since 1971 the ‘Door to Hell’ has been burning in which country? Answer: Turkmenistan
  • Spain has the world’s largest food fight, what food is thrown? Answer: Tomatoes
  • Spain is the largest producer of this pitted fruit: Answer: Olives
  • Stinky Tofu is the National Dish of which Country? Answer: Taiwan
  • Sydney Opera House is a famous landmark of this country: Answer: Australia
  • The ancient Colosseum amphitheater is located in which European city: Answer: Rome
  • The Appalachian National Scenic Trail goes through how many states? Answer: 14
  • The archaeological site of Petra is found in what country? Answer: Jordan
  • The Aurora Borealis is also known as? Answer: The Northern Lights
  • The Big Banana is a landmark in which country? Answer: Australia
  • The Blue Lagoon is located in which country? Answer: Iceland
  • The breakfast dish, Huevos rancheros is from which country? Answer: Mexico
  • The Canadian Flag has which icon it on? Answer: Maple Leaf
  • The Dish Poutine belongs to which Country? Answer: Canada
  • The famous “Panama hat” actually comes from this country Answer: Ecuador
  • The kebab is from which country? Answer: Turkey

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  • The longest boardwalk in the world exists in this city and state. Answer: Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • The Rome Colosseum is one of the Wonders of the World? True or False? Answer: TRUE
  • The rotten meat of this animal is the national dish of Iceland: Answer: Shark
  • The second oldest tree is 4,000 years old. Where does it live? Answer: Iran
  • There’s a bench at the Taj Mahal named after someone, who is it? Answer: Princess Diana
  • Travelling in what direction makes jet lag worse? Answer: West to East
  • True or False – There is a town named Condom in France. Answer: TRUE
  • True Or False, The North Pole Has No Land? Answer: TRUE
  • What American city is known as “The Big Easy”? Answer: New Orleans
  • What animal only resides in Borneo or Sumatra? Answer: Orangutans
  • What are the names of the 7 continents? Answer: Asia, Africa, Antarctica, Europa, North America, South America, Oceania/Australia
  • What Australian city do Marlin and Dory swim to in the movie Finding Nemo? Answer: Sydney
  • What city has the most bridges in the world? Answer: Hamburg
  • What city in India has the largest population? Answer: Mumbai
  • What city is the Liberty Bell located in? Answer: Philadelphia
  • What continent is home to the newest country in the world? Answer: Africa
  • What countries national airline is named “Aer Lingus” Answer: Ireland
  • What countries share the world’s longest international border? Answer: Canada and USA
  • What country consumes the most cheese per person? Answer: France
  • What country does not to have a rectangle or square flag? Answer: Nepal
  • What country has the largest pyramid (by volume) in the world? Answer: Mexico
  • What country has the most neighbors? Answer: China and Russia
  • What country has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites? Answer: Italy
  • What country has the Phi Phi islands? Answer: Thailand
  • What country has the tallest people in the world? Answer: The Netherlands
  • What country is completely land-locked in South America? Answer: Bolivia or Paraguay
  • What Country Is Obsessed With Eating KFC On Christmas Day? Answer: Japan
  • What country is the island of Mykonos is part of? Answer: Greece
  • What country would you find the archaeological site of Troy? Answer: Turkey
  • What currency did Italy use before the Euro? Answer: Lira
  • What does DC, in Washington DC, stand for? Answer: District of Columbia
  • What does ESTA stand for? Answer: Electronic System for Travel Authorization
  • What does UNESCO stand for? Answer: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  • What European city is known as “The City of Lights”? Answer: Paris
  • What famous sea touches Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Turkey, Bulgaria and Romania? Answer: The Black Sea
  • What fast food chain has the most locations in the world? Answer: McDonald’s
  • What grain was used in the construction of the Great Wall of China? Answer: Rice
  • What is a TGV in France? Answer: High-Speed Train
  • What is Canada’s national animal? Answer: Beaver
  • What is escargot? Answer: Snails
  • What is Europe’s most mountainous country? Answer: Switzerland
  • What is Italy’s national dish? Answer: Ragu alla Bolognese
  • What Is Located North Of Arctic Circle Considered As Christmas HQ? Answer: Rovaniemi, Lapland
  • What is Scotland’s national dish? Answer: Haggis
  • What is Scotlands National Animal? Answer: A Unicorn
  • What is the biggest city in China? Answer: Shanghai
  • What is the busiest airport in the USA? Answer: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • What is the busiest airport in the world? Answer: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • What is the capital city of Afghanistan? Answer: Kabul
  • What is the capital city of Switzerland? Answer: Bern
  • What is the Capital City of Turkey? Answer: Ankara
  • What is the capital of Australia? Answer: Canberra
  • What is the capital of Brazil? Answer: Brasilia
  • What is the capital of Ukraine? Answer: Kyiv
  • What is the currency of South Korea? Answer: South Korean Won
  • What is the deepest lake in the world? Answer: Lake Baikal
  • What is the Dragon Khan? Answer: A roller coaster in PortAventura Park (Spain)
  • What is the driest continent? Answer: Antarctica
  • What is the highest mountain in Africa? Answer: Mount Kilimanjaro
  • What is the highest point in the world? Answer: Mount Everest, Nepal/Tibet
  • What is the largest Australian airline? Answer: Qantas
  • What is the largest city in the world by population? Answer: Tokyo
  • What is the largest country by size? Answer: Russia
  • What is the largest country in Africa? Answer: Algeria
  • What is the largest hot desert in the world? Answer: Sahara Desert
  • What is the largest island in the world? Answer: Greenland
  • What is the largest sized airport in the world? Answer: King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, Saudi Arabia
  • What is the least visited country in the world? Answer: Tuvalu
  • What is the longest highway in the United States? Answer: Route 20 (Massachusetts to Oregon)
  • What is the most Northern Capital City? Answer: Reykjavik
  • What Is The Most Photographed Landmark In Australia? Answer: Sydney Opera House
  • What is the most popular tourist city in the United States? Answer: New York City
  • What is the most southerly capital city in the world? Answer: Wellington
  • What is the most spoken language in the world? Answer: Mandarin Chinese
  • What is the most visited country in the world? Answer: France
  • What Is The Most Visited Tourist Attraction In The World? Answer: Times Square
  • What is the most widely eaten food in the world? Answer: Rice
  • What is the national animal of Canada? Answer: The Beaver
  • What Is The National Dish Of Hungary? Answer: Gulyás (Goulash)
  • What is the National Dish of Spain? Answer: Paella
  • What Is The Nickname For The Clock At The End Of The Palace Of Westminster? Answer: Big Ben
  • What is the nickname of New York City? Answer: The Big Apple
  • What is the only living structure visible from space? Answer: The Great Barrier Reef
  • What is the population density for England? Answer: 434 per km2
  • What is the southernmost capital city in the world? Answer: Wellington (New Zealand)
  • What is the tallest building in the world? Answer: Burj Khalifa
  • What is the White House’s address? Answer: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC
  • What is the world’s busiest international airport? Answer: Dubai International Airport
  • What is the world’s largest island? Answer: Greenland
  • What is the world’s largest salt desert? Answer: Gran Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia
  • What is the world’s longest designated hiking trail? Answer: Pacific Crest Trail
  • What island famous island prison is located in California? Answer: Alcatraz
  • What museum has The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh? Answer: Museum of Modern Art in New York City
  • What percentage of the earth is water? Answer: 71%
  • What river runs through London? Answer: River Thames
  • What river runs through the Grand Canyon? Answer: Colorado River
  • What Scandinavian country is the safest country in the world? Answer: Iceland
  • What Sea is to the North of Turkey? Answer: The Black Sea
  • What shape is a samosa? Answer: Triangle
  • What Texas city is home to The Alamo? Answer: San Antonio
  • What three colors make up Germany’s flag? Answer: Black, red and yellow
  • What type of flowers is Holland known for? Answer: Tulips
  • What type of geographical feature is the Stromboli? Answer: A volcano
  • What US city has the busiest cruise port in the world? Answer: Miami
  • What US city is the Space Needle located in? Answer: Seattle
  • What US state is the film Lilo & Stitch set in? Answer: Hawaii
  • What Was Ho Chi Minh City Previously Called? Answer: Saigon
  • What’s the capital of Australia? Answer: Canberra
  • What’s The Name Of The Famous Mosque In Abu Dhabi? Answer: Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
  • Where are the Spanish Steps located? Answer: Rome, Italy
  • Where Can You Find The Seven Coloured Earths? Answer: Mauritus
  • Where did the bungee jump originate? Answer: Auckland, New Zealand
  • Where is the best-preserved meteor crater located? Answer: Winslow, Arizona
  • Where is the Great Pyramid in Egypt? Answer: Cairo, Giza
  • Where Is The World’s Largest Nativity Scene Located? Answer: Einsiedeln, Switzerland
  • Where was the capital of Spain before Madrid? Answer: Toledo
  • Where would you find the Callanish? Answer: The Isle of Harris in Scotland
  • Which 4 US presidents are in Mount Rushmore? Answer: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln
  • Which actress portrayed Cheryl Strayed in Wild? Answer: Reese Witherspoon
  • Which airline’s logo has a red maple leaf? Answer: Air Canada
  • Which Asian country has more than 17,000 islands? Answer: Indonesia
  • Which author wrote the book Eat, Pray, Love? Answer: Eat, Pray, Love
  • Which capital city has a name that means “good airs” in English? Answer: Buenos Aires in Argentina
  • Which capital city has the most Michelin stars in the world – London, Paris or Toyko? Answer: Tokyo
  • Which Central South American Country Is Home To The Largest Salt Flats In The World? Answer: Bolivia
  • Which city (not in Poland) has the highest Polish population in the world? Answer: Chicago
  • Which city do croissants originate from? Answer: Vienna
  • Which city has more cars than people? Answer: San Marino, Italy
  • Which city is known as the “City of Seven Hills”? Answer: Lisbon, Portugal
  • Which City Is Referred To As ‘The Windy City’? Answer: Chicago
  • Which city is situated on two continents? Answer: Istanbul
  • Which Cocktail Originated In The Raffles Hotel, Singapore? Answer: Singapore Sling
  • Which colour is the Easyjet logo? Answer: Orange
  • Which Continent Doesn’t Have Ants? Answer: Antarctica
  • Which Continent is Mexico in? Answer: North America
  • Which Countries flag has an AK47 on it? Answer: Mozambique
  • Which country celebrated the millennium in 2007? Answer: Ethiopia
  • Which country does NOT have a rectangular flag? Answer: Switzerland
  • Which country gifted the statue of Liberty to the United States? Answer: France
  • Which country has the longest coastline? Answer: Canada
  • Which country has the most lakes? Answer: Canada
  • Which Country has the most Muslims in the world? Answer: Indonesia
  • Which country has the most pyramids? Answer: Sudan
  • Which country has the most time zones? Answer: France
  • Which country has the world’s highest waterfall? Answer: Venezuela
  • Which country is bigger than Pluto? Answer: Russia
  • Which country is called “The Emerald Isle”? Answer: Ireland
  • Which country is called the “Land of Fire and Ice”? Answer: Iceland
  • Which country is called the Land of the Rising Sun? Answer: Japan
  • Which country is Caracas the capital of? Answer: Venezuela
  • Which country is considered “happiest” in the world? Answer: Finland
  • Which country is home to the most volcanoes? Answer: Indonesia
  • Which country is made up of 180,000 islands? Answer: Finland
  • Which Country is the World’s Tallest Living Man from? Answer: Turkey
  • Which country is Timbuktu located in? Answer: Mali
  • Which country makes the most money on tourism? Answer: The United States
  • Which country was the movie ‘The Beach’ filmed in? Answer: Thailand
  • Which country’s Olympic blobsled team is featured in Cool Runnings? Answer: Jamaica
  • Which currency is in used in Bali? Answer: Indonesian rupiah
  • Which European capital was built on 14 islands? Answer: Stockholm
  • Which European city is the Acropolis located in? Answer: Athens (Greece)
  • Which fabric device opens up during a skydive? Answer: Parachute
  • Which famous museum has a glass pyramid at the front? Answer: Le Louvre

Le Louvre

  • Which is the friendliest city in the world? Answer: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Which is the most bicycle-friendly city in the world? Answer: Copenhagen
  • Which island country is known as the ‘Island of Spice’? Answer: Grenada
  • Which island group includes Ibiza, Menorca, and Majorca? Answer: Balearics
  • Which Italian Landmark Dates Back To 70AD? Answer: The Colosseum in Rome
  • Which lake is called the ‘jewel of the Italian lakes’? Answer: Lake Como
  • Which London bridge is nicknamed “wobbly bridge”? Answer: Millennium Bridge
  • Which New York airport has the same name as a US President? Answer: JFK airport
  • Which North American country’s name means “Rich Coast”? Answer: Costa Rica
  • Which river flows through Paris? Answer: River Seine
  • Which river formed the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA? Answer: Colorado
  • Which sport is also referred to as sailboarding? Answer: Windsurfing
  • Which sport is Kelly Slater known for? Answer: Surfing
  • Which state is known as the “Sunshine State”? Answer: Florida
  • Which two cities did the original Orient Express travel between? Answer: Paris and Istanbul
  • Which two countries are the Iguazu Falls part of? Answer: Argentina and Brazil
  • Which two countries officially begin with “The”? Answer: The Gambia and The Bahamas
  • Which two South American countries share Lake Titicaca? Answer: Bolivia & Peru
  • Which US state does key lime pie come from? Answer: Florida
  • Which US State has a one syllable name? Answer: Maine
  • Which US state makes the most money on tourism? Answer: California
  • Which US university was the sports drink Gatorade named after? Answer: The University of Florida—the Florida Gators
  • Which USA state has the biggest land area? Answer: Alaska
  • Which volcano is located near Tokyo and considered a sacred mountain? Answer: Mount Fuji
  • Who has more Pyramids, Egypt or Sudan? Answer: Sudan
  • With a population of 37 million, which is the largest city in the world? Answer: Tokyo
  • Zanzibar is an island off which African Country? Answer: Tanzania

And that about wraps up our list of the best travel trivia questions and answers. With a mix of global and local inquiries, they bridge cultures and spark curiosity. So, as you delve into the world of travel, remember that knowledge, laughter, and shared experiences are the true souvenirs of any journey. Happy quizzing on trivia night with friends or on a road trip!!

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Do you love to travel? Do you love learning new things about all the places that exist in this beautiful world? If you answered yes to both of these questions, then this trivia set is for you!

In this article, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite travel trivia questions to inspire wanderlust and perhaps even teach you something new.

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Travel Trivia: Free Response Questions

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Which Bavarian castle did Walt Disney sculpt the one in Disneyland after?

Answer:  Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany.

In which country would you be able to find the architectural works of Antoni Gaudi?

Answer:  Spain, namely in Barcelona.

In 2007, which airline kept passengers stuck on the runway for 11 straight hours, refusing to allow them to deplane?

Answer: JetBlue.

What 2003 travel “bucket list” by Patricia Schultz suggests tripping to varied places like Beijing’s Forbidden City and New York’s Finger Lakes?

Answer: 1,000 Places To See Before You Die .

What Eden-like walkway with 200 species of plants was built on the site of an abandoned rail line in Chelsea, New York?

Answer: The Hi-Line.

Which nation was the most visited in 2011, with 79.5 million tourists, many viewing its capital city’s Left Bank?

Answer: France.

An extreme tourism trip to which Ukraine location’s nuclear wasteland cost $200 in 2012?

Answer: Chernobyl.

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The castle in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Florida belongs to which princess? What about the castle within California’s Disneyland?

Answer : The castle in Walt Disney World is Cinderella’s castle. The Disneyland Castle in California belongs to Sleeping Beauty.

What is the name of the Beverly Hills bakery founded in 2005 by Candace Nelson, a judge on TV’s Cupcake Wars?

Answer: Sprinkles.

Which New Jersey city is the original home of Carlo’s Bake Shop, where TV’s Cake Boss Buddy Valastro layers on cakey magic?

Answer: Hoboken.

The beds in Quebec’s Hotel de Glace, where visitors flock every winter for overnight stays, are made out of what?

Answer: Ice.

What name is given to the popular holiday area between Marseille and La Spezia?

Answer: French Riviera.

While famous for its sunrise hot-air balloon rides, this city in Turkey is also known for its enchanting cave dwellings. What is this city?

Answer: Cappadocia.

Although the smallest national park in Italy, ____ is one of the most culturally relevant, featuring five small coastal villages named Corniglia, Manarola, Monterosso al Mare, Riomaggiore, and Vernazza.

Answer:  Cinque Terre National Park.

In what European country is Baselworld, the annual watch and jewelry fair, held for one week every March?

Answer: Switzerland.

In which Michigan city does the annual North American International Auto Show takes up nearly one million square feet of floor space?

Answer: Detroit.

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In which state’s Black Rock Desert does the annual Burning Man festival draw its eclectic crowds?

Answer: Nevada. 

What centuries-old mausoleum in Asia appears pink at dawn, dazzling white during the day, golden at dusk, and silver by moonlight?

Answer: Taj Mahal.

In Norway, a fjord is made up largely of what?

Answer: Water.

Which historic French cabaret, home of the high-kicking cancan, celebrated its 125th birthday in October 2014?

Answer: Moulin Rouge.

If you wanted to attend the world’s largest Carnival celebration, what event would you go to, and in what country?

Answer: Rio Carnival, Brazil. The biggest and most famous celebration in the world, the Rio Carnival, has become synonymous with the party spirit of both Rio and Brazil itself.

What island in San Francisco, California was the site of an almost escape-proof prison?

Answer: Alcatraz.

Which state is home to South Padre Island, which US News & World Report deems one of its top 10 spring break sites in 2015?

Answer: Texas.

If you wanted to fly to the original region where khao soi , a deliciously rich, creamy, and slightly spicy yellow curry noodle dish was created, where in Thailand would you fly to?

Answer: Northern Thailand.

Reykjavik is the capital of what country?

Answer: Iceland.

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What 650-foot-tall observation tower in Seattle, Washington has 24 lighting rods on its roof to withstand strikes during storms?

Answer: The Space Needle.

Which of these is not a Japanese city — Sapporo, Hakone, Osaka, or Taipei?

Answer:  Taipei (this is a city in Taiwan).

Which of these is not a city in China — Chongqing, Harbin, Qingdao, or Nha Trang?

Answer:  Nha Trang (this is a city in Vietnam).

What common caged pet in the US is a mainstay in the diet of Peruvian people, who consumed 65 million of them in 2004?

Answer: Guinea pig.

What is Tivoli Gardens and where is it located?

Answer: Tivoli Gardens is an amusement park and garden in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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In what country would you find Super Nintendo World?

Answer: Japan, and eventually the USA and Singapore (Super Nintendo World is located in Universal Studios Japan; it is under construction at Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Singapore, and Universal Orlando Resort).

On which Asian wonder was “graffiti zones” designated in 2014, where visitors can leave their marks on plastic screens?

Answer: Great Wall of China (it was done in an effort to keep tourists from defacing the wall itself).

Which German city and capital of Bavaria was the home of the original Oktoberfest?

Answer: Munich.

What plaza in NYC boasts a Christmas tree that’s been topped with a 550-pound Swarovski crystal star since 2004?

Answer: Rockefeller Center.

On which Hawaiian island would you be able to hike or go backpacking on the iconic, bucket list Kalalau Trail?

Answer: Kauai.

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If you were planning a trip to China to see the Giant Panda bears, what city would you add to your travel itinerary?

Answer: Chengdu.

Bali, with magical temples and stunning beaches, is a popular tourist destination in which country?

Answer: Indonesia.

Can you list all the countries that are home to a Disney park?

Answer: USA (California and Florida), Japan (Tokyo), France (Paris), Hong Kong, and China.

In which country can you go diving and snorkeling on the famous island of El Nido?

Answer: The Philippines.

In which city would you be if you were shopping at the Chatuchak Weekend Market?

Answer: Bangkok, Thailand.

In which origin country can you find a Tim Tam chocolate biscuit?

Answer: Australia.

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Pena Palace, the iconic yellow and red castle located in the city of Sintra, resides in what country?

Answer: Portugal.

In which country would you be if you were visiting the King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture?

Answer: Saudi Arabia.

What is the name of the imperial palace complex at the heart of Beijing, China?

Answer:  Forbidden City.

Which city, still in existence today (and thriving), was built on a lake?

Answer: Mexico City, built on Lake Texcoco.

In which city is the Uffizi Gallery located?

Answer:  Florence.

In 2015, which European city hosted the first Lollapalooza concert outside of the USA–Barcelona, Berlin, Madrid, or Budapest?

Answer: Berlin.

Which NYC neighborhood is home to Magnolia Bakery, whose cupcakes became a craze when the Sex and the City girls ate them in 2000?

Answer: Greenwich Village.

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Marina Bay Sands is a very popular hotel, casino and shopping complex located in which city?

Answer: Singapore.

Which U.S. cities are you flying between if the airport codes on your ticket are SEA and SAN?

Answer:  Seattle and San Diego.

What is the capital of Denmark?

Answer:  Copenhagen.

What is the longest river in the world?

Answer:  The Amazon.

Where is Westminster Abbey?

Answer: London.

What is the largest standing structure from the Roman Empire?

Answer: The Colosseum.

Area 51 is located in which US state?

Answer:  Nevada.

What island is the illegal Stairway To Heaven hike located on?

Answer:  Oahu, Hawaii.

In which city would you be able to find the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Griffith Observatory, and the Capitol Records Building?

Answer:  Los Angeles, California.

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Which national park, located in Utah, is known for its unique-looking hoodoo structures?

Answer:  Bryce Canyon National Park.

Which French city is known as the wine capital of France?

Answer:  Bordeaux.

Where in the world would you find Torres del Paine National Park?

Answer:  Chile.

What region of Italy would you visit if you wanted to taste the freshest Prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano Reggiano, and aged balsamic vinegar?

Answer: Emilia-Romagna.

The Dingle Way is a village-to-village hiking trail tracing more than 100 miles around the Dingle Peninsula, a wildly remote section of what country?

Answer:  Ireland.

If you’re looking to eat a pastel de nata from its origin country, where would you go?

Answer:  Portugal.

Dubrovnik was the filming location for which fictional area in Game of Thrones ?

Answer:  King’s Landing.

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What states in the USA would you visit if you wanted to visit The Wizarding World of Harry Potter?

Answer: California and Florida.

Which US city hosts its annual Halloween music festival, Voodoo Fest?

Answer:  New Orleans.

What is the name of the island in Hong Kong that is home to Tian Tan Buddha, more commonly known as The Big Buddha?

Answer:  Lantau Island.

Which language is spoken in the Canadian province of Quebec?

Answer:  French.

Which state is Mount Rushmore located in?

Answer:  South Dakota.

Where is Glacier National park located?

Answer:  Montana.

Which large island country is actually 84% ice, contrary to what its name would imply?

Answer:  Greenland.

Name the capital of Egypt.

Answer:  Cairo.

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Which limestone-rich New Mexico cave features an 8-acre chamber called the Big Room, where visitors take a 1-mile walk around its perimeter?

Answer:  Carlsbad Caverns.

What is the most visited tourist attraction in the world?

Answer:  Eiffel Tower.

Which of these EU countries does not use the euro as its currency? Poland, Denmark, or Sweden?

Answer:  All of the above.

What is the national dish of Hungary?

Answer:  Goulash.

In what country do more than half of people believe in elves?

Answer:  Iceland.

“Cirque du Soleil” started in what country?

Answer:  Canada.

Where is North Sentinel Island, whose hostile tribal natives allow no visitors–Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, or Arctic Ocean?

Answer:  Indian Ocean (it’s called the Forbidden Island because no one can land there).

Which country’s national animal is a unicorn?

Answer:  Scotland.

What country are the Galapagos Islands located in?

Answer:  Ecuador.

Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in what country?

Answer:  Greece.

Where in the world would you find Banff National Park?

Answer:  Alberta, Canada.

Travel Trivia Questions: Multiple Choice Round

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In which country is most of the Iceberg Alley located?

  • a) Greenland
  • d) United States

Answer : c) Canada

What European country has an ancient Egyptian temple in its capital city?

  • a) Portugal

Answer : b) Spain – Temple of Debod

Where is the world’s largest national park?

  • c) Greenland

Answer : c) Greenland. Northeast Greenland National Park, the world’s largest national park, clocks in at 375,000 square miles. That’s more than 100 times the size of Yellowstone National Park!

In what US state is Jackson Hole located?

  • b) Nebraska

Answer : d) Wyoming

What is the name of the famous ancient Egyptian structure with a lion’s body and a human head, situated near the Giza Pyramids?

  • a) Karnak Temple
  • b) The Sphinx
  • c) Luxor Temple
  • d) Philae Temple

Answer : b) The Sphinx

Most rattlesnakes are native to which continent?

  • a) The Americas

Answer : a) The Americas. Rattlesnakes are native to the Americas (from southern Canada to central Argentina). The large majority of species live in the American Southwest and Mexico.

Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in which Southeast Asian country?

a) Thailand b) Vietnam c) Cambodia d) Indonesia

Answer : c) Cambodia

In which U.S. state is the Lost Sea located?

  • a) Mississippi
  • b) Tennessee
  • c) Michigan
  • d) North Dakota

Answer : b) Tennessee. Listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as America’s largest underground lake, the Lost Sea is part of an extensive and historic cave system called Craighead Caverns.

The Petronas Towers, once the tallest twin towers in the world, are a prominent landmark in which Southeast Asian city?

  • b) Kuala Lumpur

Answer : B) Kuala Lumpur

From which country does Massaman curry originate?

  • b) Indonesia
  • c) Malaysia
  • d) Thailand

Answer : d) Thailand

Gurara Falls, Freedom Park Lagos, Tafawa Balewa Square, Owu Falls, and Ibeno Beach are all landmarks in which country?

  • b) Portugal

Answer : c) Nigeria

In which of these islands do sheep outnumber people by the thousands?

  • a) Falkland Islands
  • b) New Zealand
  • c) Faroe Islands
  • d) Rapa Nui

Answer : c) Faroe Islands

Travel Trivia Questions: Picture Round

Okay, this round is pretty simple. Name where in the world these famous landmarks are located:

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Travel Trivia: Picture Round Answers:

  • Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Chile
  • Moscow, Russia
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA
  • Grand Prismatic Spring; Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming USA
  • Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
  • Machu Picchu, Peru
  • Rome, Italy

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125 Best Travel Trivia Questions & Answers For 2024

Are you off to a great escape soon? Or afflicted with a bit of wanderlust?

You are in for a treat with these best travel trivia questions and answers! Both novice and seasoned travelers will love exploring the world from home.

Find everything from history, food, music, geography, and culture in this fascinating quiz that gears you up for your next adventure.

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Easy Travel Trivia Questions

First, start with these lighter travel trivia questions about geography, history, and more.

1. How many Wonders of the World are there?

2. Which two countries share the world’s longest international border?

Canada and the United States

3. It’s The Great Wall of _____

4. The Great Barrier Reef can be found off of what country?

5. What is the largest state in the United States? (By land)

woman looking out at the water

6. What are the names of the 7 continents?

  • North America
  • South America
  • Oceania/Australia

7. Located in Africa, this is the largest hot desert in the world:

Sahara Desert

8. What travel document do you need to visit other countries?

9. Puerto Rico is a territory of what country?

United States

10. What is the largest country by size?

11. What famous monument stands on an island on the Hudson River facing New York City, USA?

Statue of Liberty

12. Where would you travel to visit the Amazon Rainforest?

13. Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge are famous landmarks for this ‘down under’ country:

14. True or False: The Spanish Steps are located in Spain

False (Rome, Italy)

15. Big Ben is located in what European city?

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Best United States Travel Trivia 

Expand your knowledge of the US with these fun travel trivia questions.

The White House

16. In which state would you find Mount Rushmore?

South Dakota

17. The Pacific Coast Highway is in which US state?

18. New York City is also known as:

The Big Apple

19. True or False: Detroit is known as “The Windy City”?

False (Chicago)

20. In which state is the Grand Canyon?

Answer C: Arizona

21. Which southern state is also known as the “Sunshine State”?

22. The Golden Gate Bridge is located in which California city?

San Francisco

23. Known as “The Big Easy,” what is the actual name of this American city?

New Orleans

24. The Space Needle is located in which US city?

25. What is the longest highway in the United States?

A. Route 66

B. Route 20 (Massachusetts to Oregon)

Answer B: Route 20 (Massachusetts to Oregon)

United States vacation trivia questions and answers

Yellowstone National Park

27. True or False: The Mississippi River is only in the US state of Mississippi.

False 

28. What river runs through the Grand Canyon?

A. Colorado River

B. Arkansas River

C. Illinois River

Answer A: Colorado River

29. The Liberty Bell is located in which US city?

Philadelphia

30. This Texas city is home to The Alamo:

San Antonio

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Stonehenge sunset

31. Which waterfall can be found on the USA / Canada border?

Niagara Falls

32. The Acropolis is located in this European city

Athens (Greece)

33. What material is The Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy) made from?

Answer: B Marble

34. In which city would you find St. Peter’s Basilica?

The Vatican City (Italy)

35. This European city is known as “The City of Lights”?

36. The Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa, is located in which country?

37. The London Eye, observation ferris wheel, was opened to the public in:

Answer B: 2000

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39. The Aurora Borealis is also known as?

The Northern Lights

40. True or False: Banff National Park was the first National Park of Canada

41. What river runs through London?

A. Nile River

B. Amazon River

C. River Thames

Answer: C. River Thames

42. The island of Mykonos is part of which country?

43. Holland is known for these types of flowers:

44. Mount Kilimanjaro is located in which country?

A. Tanzania

C. Greenland

Answer A: Tanzania

45. Machu Picchu is located in which country?

46. In which country would you find the Great Sphinx?

47. The Colosseum, an ancient amphitheater where gladiators would fight, is located in which European city:

Answer B: Rome

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48. True or False: Dubai does not have a standard address system so there are no addresses or postcards.

49. Russia has how many time zones?

Answer C: 11

50. Which animal runs through the streets during Spain’s fiesta of San Fermin?

Bulls aka Running with the Bulls

51. The biggest city in China is:

52. The busiest cruise port in the world is located in this Florida city:

53. Notre Dame, a famous medieval cathedral, was engulfed in flames in 2019 in which European city?

54. Thailand is known for:

B. Floating markets

C. Buddhist temples

D. All the above

Answer: D. All of the above

55. This city is known as “The Big Smoke”:

London, England (Or Toronto, Canada)

56. Which country is also known as “The Emerald Isle”?

57. Easter Island is known for its 1000 _________.

Answer B: Statues

58. New Zealand has a bridge that is famous for this exciting activity?

Bungee jumping

59. True or False: Bombay and Mumbai are the same city?

60. Which North American country’s name translates as “Rich Coast”?

A. St. Lucia

C. Costa Rica

Answer C: Costa Rica

61. True or False: Venice has more canals than Amsterdam?

62. What is the meaning of the word “wanderlust?”

“Strong desire to travel”

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Answer: C. Unicorn

64. Over 20,000 people and 1,000 elephants helped build this famous monument in India?

65. True or False: Pilots and Co-pilots do not eat the same meal before flying

True (it eliminates the risk of both having food poisoning at the same time)

66. Name the smallest country in the world:

The Vatican City

67. Name the largest city in the world:

68. True or False: Canada has almost 2 million lakes

69. Which city is situated on two continents?

A. Istanbul

B. Barcelona

C. Frankfurt

Answer: A. Istanbul

70. The longest commercial flight is almost how many hours long? (See #101 to see where it goes!)

Answer: B. 18 hours

71. True or False: Saudi Arabia has no rivers.

72. India trains transport how many passengers per day ?

B. 2,300,000

C. 23,000,000

Answer: C. 23,000,000

73. With an annual attendance of 58 million people, this is the most visited theme park(s) in the world:

Disney World (Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, EPCOT combined)

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74. Which city do croissants originate from?

75. What food is thrown in the world’s largest food fight, held each year in Spain?

76. The national dish of Iceland is the rotten meat of this animal:

77. The Japanese dish, fugu, is deadly if not made properly. What fish is it made from?

A. Electric eel

B. Killer shark

C. Pufferfish

Answer: C. Pufferfish

78. The kebab is from which country?

79. True or false: It’s normal to eat food with your hands in India

80. What animal was historically the staple meat for indigenous Australians?

81. Which German dish is made from ketchup, pork sausage, and curry powder?

A. Bratwurst

B. Currywurst

C. Sauerkraut

Answer B.: Currywurst

82. Saltfish and ackee is the national dish of which island country?

83. Spain is the largest producer of this pitted fruit:

84. Huevos rancheros is a breakfast meal from which country?

85. What should you do after eating a meal in Egypt to say your compliments to the chef?

Burp loudly

86. Pizza originates from which European country?

87. Which US state does key lime pie come from?

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88. In Finding Nemo, what Australian city do Marlin and Dory swim to?

89. In the original Cars movie, Lightning McQueen needs to get to which US state for the Piston Cup race?

90. In the movie King Kong, Kong climbs the Empire State Building in which US city?

New York City

91. Which country is the setting for The Sound of Music?

92. Lilo & Stitch is set in which US state?

93. Alfredo Linguini and Remy from Ratatouille are from what country?

94. In the movie UP, Carl is trying to get to the world’s highest waterfall (Angel Falls) located in what country?

95. True or False: Mary Poppins is set in the United States.

False (Britain)

96. Mulan is from what country?

97. From The Wizard of Oz, finish this famous line: “We’re not in _______ anymore.”

98. Encanto is based in which South American country?

99. Princess and the Frog is set in what US city?

100. Cool Runnings tells the Olympic story of which country’s bobsled team?

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101. The longest non-stop flight in the world is from Singapore to this popular American airport.

John F Kennedy Airport in New York ( source )

102. The shortest flight in the world takes just 2 minutes. It transports within which country?

Scotland. Westray and Papa Westray.

103. Which country’s passport is considered “most powerful” because citizens can visit over 190 destinations visa-free?

Japan ( source )

104. Which country has the “weakest passport” because citizens only have 27 visa-free destinations?

Afghanistan.

105. What is the average wait time at US airports?

At all other airports, the average wait time varies from 13 to 17 minutes. Average worst-hour times at airports range from 26 to 38 minutes. (TSA)

106. Which US airport has the worst TSA wait time?

Newark Liberty International (EWR), New Jersey ( source )

107. Which US airport has the best TSA wait time reported?

Salt Lake City International (SLC)

108. Approximately what percentage of all flights are delayed per day?

109. Name a reason that a flight might be delayed.

Staffing issues, logistical issues, issues with the equipment, aircraft shortages

110. Which major airline is least likely to cancel a flight?

Delta Airlines (they also scored well for on-time flights) ( source )

111. Which country in the world has the most train travelers?

China (followed by India, Japan, and Russia)

112. How many annual vacation days did Americans take in 2022?

Respondents to an annual study took 11 annual vacation days on average in 2022. 8.5 days less than the global average. (Expedia)

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114. Where will you pay for the most expensive taxi ride in the world?

Oslo, Norway or Bern, Switzerland

115. Where will you pay for the cheapest taxi ride in the world?

Cairo, Egypt

116. If you were to travel to the “happiest” country in the world, where would you be going to?

117. Which country has the most times zones in the world?

France (mostly due to its territories around the world) Followed by the U.S. & Russia

118. What is the most popular tourist destination in the world?

119. What is the most popular tourist city in the United States?

120. What is the busiest international airport in the world?

Dubai International Airport

121. What is the cheapest day to travel by plane in the United States?

Tuesdays & Wednesdays (domestic) Wednesdays & Thursdays (international) ( source )

122. What is the most expensive day to travel by plane in the United States?

123. What country is the most dangerous to travel to?

Afghanistan

124. Which country in the world makes the most money on tourism?

The United States

125. Which state in the United States makes the most money on tourism?

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Travel trivia is a fun way to test your knowledge of the world and learn a little something along the way. If you are looking for an easy and fun party game that will put you in your place, this is it!

These trivia questions will test your knowledge of various different travel-related topics. It is perfect for a Zoom call game night, an intimate quiz session with friends, or a group trivia night. You will find all sorts of questions from all around the world that may surprise you! These travel trivia questions will also fuel your need to travel, so beware.

Difficulty: Mix of easy, medium, and difficult questions! Number of Questions: 40

40+ Unique Travel Trivia Questions

Here you will find all the travel trivia questions with no answers. You can read them as you go along and write down your answers to check at the end.

1. Which country is home to more lakes than the rest of the world combined?

2. What is the least visited country in the world?

3. Which country has the most pyramids?

4. What is the most visited country in the world?

5. Which country does NOT have a rectangular flag?

6. What is the most spoken language in the world?

7. What country do the tallest people in the world come from?

8. Which country covers the most time zones on the planet?

9. What country covers five time zones but only operates on one?

10. What is the National Dish of Spain?

11. What is the largest city in the world by population?

12. Travelling in what direction makes jet lag worse?

13. What is the driest continent?

14. What is Scotland’s national animal?

15. What is the capital city of Switzerland?

16. Which country is home to the most volcanoes?

17. Which Continent is Mexico in ?

18. Which country is made up of 180,000 islands?

19. How many capital cities does South Africa have?

20. A ‘Door to Hell’ has been burning since 1971 in which country?

21. Which country is home to the world’s highest waterfall?

22. Which country has the longest coastline in the world?

23. Which capital city has the most Michelin stars in the world?

24. What’s the capital of Australia? 

25. Which famous cocktail was developed in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore?

26. What is the national dish of Hungary?

27. What percentage of the earth is water?

28. What are the names of 5 of the 7 Wonders of the World?

29. Which country is Timbuktu located in?

30. Which island group includes Ibiza, Menorca, and Majorca?

31. In which country did cheesecake originate?

32. How many islands does Spain have?

33. What is the largest island in the world?

34. Which continent doesn’t have ants?

35 . What is the largest state in the USA?

36. New York City is further South than which European capital city?

37. Which country is bigger than Pluto?

38. True or False: The North Pole has land ?

39. How much money is thrown into the Trevi Fountain in Rome each day? (closest answer wins)

40. Approximately how many flights take off and land every day?

Bonus Questions:

41. Which country is known as the Land of the Rising Sun?

42. What is the national animal of Canada?

43. In which country would you find the Angkor Wat temple complex?

44. Which country is known as the “Land of Fire and Ice”?

45. In which country would you find the famous archaeological site of Troy?

46. What is the currency of South Korea?

47. Which city is known as the “City of Seven Hills”?

48. What is the largest city in India by population?

49. What is the highest capital city in the world?

50. Which Asian country is made up of more than 17,000 islands?

51. Which Asian country is home to the world’s tallest twin towers, Petronas Towers?

52. Which European country is known for its unique tradition of “singing revolutions”?

53. Which country is known for its unique tradition of “fika,” a coffee break accompanied by pastries?

54. Which European country is known for its unique tradition of “La Tomatina,” a massive tomato fight held annually?

55. In which country would you find the unique Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, known for its towering sandstone pillars?

56. Which is the longest river in the world?

57. What is the capital of Mongolia?

58. What is the currency of Vietnam?

59. What city is the capital of two continents?

60. In which country is the world’s highest waterfall?

61. Where would you find the ancient city of Timbuktu?

62. What is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world?

63. Which European city is built on 14 islands?

64. What is the smallest country in the African continent?

64. What are the four national languages of Switzerland?

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Here you will find both the questions AND the answers. Do not read this part unless you are looking for the answers.

  • Which country is home to more lakes than the rest of the world combined? A: Canada
  • What is the least visited country in the world? A: Tuvalu
  • Which country has the most pyramids? A: Sudan
  • What is the most visited country in the world? A: France
  • Which country does NOT have a rectangular flag? A: Switzerland
  • What is the most spoken language in the world? A: Mandarin Chinese
  • What country do the tallest people in the world come from? A: The Netherlands
  • Which country covers the most time zones on the planet? A: France
  • What country covers five time zones but only operates on one? A: China
  • What is the National Dish of Spain? A: Paella
  • What is the largest city in the world by population? A: Tokyo
  • Travelling in what direction makes jet lag worse? A: West to East
  • What is the driest continent? A: Antarctica
  • What is Scotland’s national animal? A: Unicorn
  • What is the capital city of Switzerland? A: Bern
  • Which country is home to the most volcanoes? A: Indonesia
  • Which Continent is Mexico in? A: North America
  • Which country is made up of 180,000 islands? A: Finland
  • How many capital cities does South Africa have? A: 3
  • A ‘Door to Hell’ has been burning since 1971 in which country? A: Turkmenistan
  • Which country is home to the world’s highest waterfall? A: Venezuela
  • Which country has the longest coastline in the world? A: Canada
  • Which capital city has the most Michelin stars in the world? A: Tokyo
  • What’s the capital of Australia? A: Canberra
  • Which famous cocktail was developed in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore? A: Singapore Sling
  • What is the national dish of Hungary? A: Goulash
  • What percentage of the earth is water? A: 71%
  • What are the names of 5 of the 7 Wonders of the World? A: Taj Mahal ,  the Colosseum , Chichen Itza ,  Machu Picchu ,  Christ the Redeemer ,  Petra , and  the Great Wall of China .
  • Which country is Timbuktu located in? A: Mali
  • Which island group includes Ibiza, Menorca and Majorca? A: Balearics
  • In which country did cheesecake originate? A: Ancient Greece
  • How many islands does Spain have? A: 60 islands
  • What is the largest island in the world? A: Greenland
  • Which continent doesn’t have ants? A: Antarctica
  • What is the largest state in the USA? A: Alaska
  • New York City is further South than which European capital city? A: Rome
  • Which country is bigger than Pluto? A: Russia
  • True or False: The North Pole has land: A: False There is no land on the North Pole, only ice on top of the sea.
  • How much money is thrown into the Trevi Fountain in Rome each day? A: approx. 3,000 euros
  • Approximately how many flights take off and land everyday? A: 100,000
  • Which country is known as the Land of the Rising Sun? A: Japan
  • What is the national animal of Canada? A: The Beaver
  • In which country would you find the Angkor Wat temple complex? A: Cambodia
  • Which country is known as the “Land of Fire and Ice”? A: Iceland
  • In which country would you find the famous archaeological site of Troy? A: Turkey
  • What is the currency of South Korea? A: South Korean Won
  • Which city is known as the “City of Seven Hills”? A: Lisbon, Portugal
  • What is the largest city in India by population? A: Mumbai
  • What is the highest capital city in the world? A: La Paz, Bolivia
  • Which Asian country is made up of more than 17,000 islands? A: Indonesia
  • Which Asian country is home to the world’s tallest twin towers, Petronas Towers? A: Malaysia
  • Which European country is known for its unique tradition of “singing revolutions”? A: Estonia
  • Which country is known for its unique tradition of “fika,” a coffee break accompanied by pastries? A: Sweden
  • Which European country is known for its unique tradition of “La Tomatina,” a massive tomato fight held annually? A: Spain
  • In which country would you find the unique Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, known for its towering sandstone pillars? A: China
  • Which is the longest river in the world? A: The Nile River
  • What is the capital of Mongolia? A: Ulaanbaatar
  • What is the currency of Vietnam? A: Vietnamese Dong
  • What city is the capital of two continents? A: Istanbul, Turkey
  • In which country is the world’s highest waterfall? A: Venezuela (Angel Falls)
  • Where would you find the ancient city of Timbuktu? A: Mali
  • What is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world? A: Damascus, Syria
  • Which European city is built on 14 islands? A: Stockholm
  • What is the smallest country in the African continent? A: Seychelles
  • What are the four national languages of Switzerland? A: German, French, Italian and Romansh

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Q1. Which continent is the only one to not have ants? Q2. In which country is the humble ‘thumbs up’ gesture considered a great insult? Q3. What is the largest country in South America? Q4. What is Europe’s most mountainous country? Q5. What was Ho Chi Minh City previously called? Q6. What is the capital city of Cuba? Q7. Which country is home to 60% of the world’s lakes?  Q8. True or false, the North Pole has no land? Q9. What country’s flag is white with a big red circle? Q10. Which luxury hotel is inside the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa?

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Q11. Which Walt Disney World Resort in Florida has areas/lands called Future World and World Showcase? Q12. Which lake is famously referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Italian Lakes’? Q13. Which country is made up of 180,000 islands? Q14. If you’re visiting New York City, which other airport could you fly to from the UK that isn’t JFK? Q15. Which city’s police force drive Ferrari FF, Lamborghinis, Mercedes, Aston Martins and other exotic sport cars? Q16. Germany’s flag is made up of what three colours? Q17. Which island group includes Ibiza, Menorca and Majorca? Q18. How many capital cities does South Africa have? Q19. What is the capital city of Australia? Q20. If you’re travelling to USA on British Airways economy class, what is your hold baggage allowance?

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Q21. Name the four President’s heads who are carved into Mount Rushmore. Q22. Which National Park in Arizona features viewing points including Mather Point and Yavapai Observation Station? Q23. By land area, which is the biggest state in the USA? Q24. Which US state’s flag is represented by a brown grizzly bear? Q25. Which city is referred to as ‘the Windy City’? Q26. SeaWorld, Universal Studios and Walt Disney World are all theme parks in which Florida city? Q27. How many US states start with the letter M? Q28. What is the name of the large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, straddling the border of California and Nevada? Q29. In which American city can you visit a replica of the Eiffel Tower, the Pyramid of Giza and a Venice canal? Q30. What is the most popular road to drive along if embarking on a California road trip starting in San Francisco?

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Q31. What was the original purpose of the leaning tower of Pisa? Q32. Which French city is home to a landmark designed by Gustave Eiffel? Q33. To the closest million, how many metres long is the Great Wall of China? 17 million metres | 21 million metres | 24 million metres Q34. What is the most photographed landmark in Australia? Q35. The Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Centre and Empire State Building are all famous landmarks in which US city? Q36. Which London landmark’s postcode is SW1A 1AA? Q37. What’s the name of the famous mosque in Abu Dhabi? Q38. Which landmark is located on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the city of Agra? Q39. Why is Mount Corcovado in central Rio de Janeiro, Brazil famous? Q40. Which Italian landmark dates back to 70AD?  

ROUND THREE: FAMOUS LANDMARKS

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ROUND FOUR: OUR BEAUTIFUL EARTH

Q41. Where can you find the Seven Coloured Earths? Q42. What is the scientific name for the Northern Lights? Q43. Which central South American country is home to the largest salt flats in the world? Q44. Which pink flower that grows on trees brings thousands of visitors to Japan annually when in full bloom? Q45. Which Greek God has been immortalised in a statue that you can visit in Olympia? Q46. Victoria Falls is a waterfall on which Southern African river? Q47. On which Caribbean island can you swim with pigs? Q48. Where is the Blue Grotto? Q49. Where is the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa? Q50. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha and The Grand Palace can be found in which Asian capital?  

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Q51. How tall, in metres, is the Burj Khalifa? Q52. What is the average percentage of salt in the Dead Sea? 33% | 24% | 21% Q53. As of January 2020, what was the population of China? 1 billion | 1.4 billion | 2.4 billion Q54. What percentage of the earth is water? Q55. Name three of the top five spoken languages in the world. Q56. As of 2019, how many world records does Dubai hold? 180 | 220 | 250 Q57. In miles, how long is the Eurotunnel? 31.4 miles | 36.4 miles | 38.7 miles Q58. In which year did British Airways begin? Q59. Which luxury hotel holds 202 duplex suites, offers guests a choice of 17 types of pillows and boasts a staff to guest ratio of 6:1? Q60. How many countries are members of the United Nations?  

ROUND FIVE: STATISTICS AND PERCENTAGES

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ROUND SIX: POPULAR CULTURE

Q61. Which desert in Jordan was used as a filming location for Disney’s 2019 remake of Aladdin starring Will Smith?  Q62. Which famous 1990 film thrust The Beverly Wilshire hotel in LA into the limelight? Q63. Which famous cocktail originated in the Raffles Hotel, Singapore? Q64. Name the famous New York hotel that was the setting for Home Alone 2: Lost In New York , Bride Wars and Arthur ? Q65. Which country was the Lord Of The Rings trilogy filmed in? Q66. In Keeping Up With The Kardashians , where were the family on vacation when Kim famously lost her diamond earring in the sea? Q67. GoldenEye is a hotel and former residence of author Ian Fleming on which Caribbean island? Q68. Name the four cities that hold Fashion Week biannually? Q69. Dubrovnik was the filming location for which fictional area in Game of Thrones ?

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Q70. The Louvre opened in Paris in 1793. In what year did The Louvre Abu Dhabi open? Q71. Who painted The Sistine Chapel ceiling and how long did it take? Q72. Which Spanish architect designed Parc Güell, La Sagrada Familia and Casa Vicens? Q73. Which museum is located at 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York City, 10028? Q74. Which famous Michelangelo statue is in the Italian city of Florence? Q75. Anish Kapoor’s Cloud Gate sculpture can be found in the largest city of which American state? Q76. The collection of street murals, Wynwood Walls, is located in which American city? Q77. Charles Monet painted the Thames nearly 100 times between 1899 and 1901, but which London landmark did he paint in a series of paintings, depicting it through different times of the day and shifting weather conditions? Q78. What is the name of the 1912 Henri Matisse painting that portrays a Moroccan city? Q79. Name the largest art museum in the world? Q80. In which city can you visit Vincent Van Gogh’s famous painting, Starry Night ?

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Q81. What is the national dish of Hungary? Q82. Which popular type of food is thought to have originated in China between the 5th and 3rd centuries BC as a means of preserving fish in salt? Q83. Name Italy’s most popular frozen dessert? Q84. What is the proper name of the Portuguese custard tart?  Q85. In which country can you find a Tim Tam chocolate biscuit? Q86. What is Tom Yum Goong?. Q87. In which country did cheesecake originate? Q88. Rice is the main ingredient in which popular Spanish dish?  Q89. True or false: It is unheard of in Italy to eat chicken with pasta? Q90. What is the popular Mexican dish of meat, rice, vegetables, beans and a selection of condiments wrapped in a tortilla called?

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Q91. Which London bridge spans 800ft in length and has two towers that are each 213ft tall? Q92. What is the nickname for the clock at the end of the Palace of Westminster? Q93. Which London hotel was the first in the world to have en-suite bathrooms? Q94. Traitor’s Gate is the name of an entrance into which London landmark? Q95. What tube line am I on if I am travelling from Holborn to Knightsbridge?  Q96. Which hotel did Alexander Graham Bell make the first London phone call? Q97. How many lion statues are there at Trafalgar Square? Q98. Which London store is commonly referred to as The Queen’s Grocer? Q99. What hotel’s address is 150 Piccadilly? Q100. What is the nearest airport to Liverpool Street Station?

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Can you name all 40 countries from their flags?

ANSWERS: ROUND ONE

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A1. Antarctica A2. Iran – it means ‘sit on this’ A3. Brazil A4. Switzerland A5. Saigon A6. Havana A7. Canada A8. True – it instead is a sheet of ice that floats on top of the sea A9. Japan A10. Armani Hotel Dubai

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A11. Epcot A12. Lake Como A13. Finland A14. Newark Liberty International Airport A15. Dubai A16. Black, red and gold/yellow A17. Balearics A18. Three – Cape Town, Bloemfontein and Pretoria A19. Canberra A20. 1 x 23KG per person

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A21. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. A22. Grand Canyon National Park A23. Alaska A24. California A25. Chicago A26. Orlando A27. Eight – Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Missouri, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Minnesota and Maine A28. Lake Tahoe A29. Las Vegas A30. The Pacific Coast Highway

ANSWERS: ROUND TWO

Taj Mahal

ANSWERS: ROUND THREE

A31. Bell tower A32. Paris A33. 21 million metres A34. Sydney Opera House A35. New York City A36. Buckingham Palace A37. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque A38. Taj Mahal A39. Where Christ the Redeemer statue is A40. The Colosseum in Rome

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A41. Mauritus A42. Aurora Borealis A43. Bolivia A44. Cherry Blossom A45. Zeus A46. Zambezi river A47. Bahamas A48. Off the coast of the Isle of Capri, Amalfi Coast, Italy  A49. Iceland A50. Bangkok in Thailand

ANSWERS: ROUND FOUR

Bolivia's salt flats

ANSWERS: ROUND FIVE:

A51. 830m A52.  33% A53.  1.4 billion A54. 71% A55. Mandarin, English, Hindustani, Arabic, Spanish A56. 220 A57. 31.4 miles A58. 1919 A59. Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah    A60. 193

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A61. Wadi Rum desert A62. Pretty Woman A63. Singapore Sling A64. The Plaza Hotel A65. New Zealand A66. Bora Bora A67. Jamaica A68. New York, London, Paris and Milan A69. King’s Landing

ANSWERS: ROUND SIX

The Louvre, Paris

ANSWERS: ROUND SEVEN

A70. 2017 A71. Michelangelo, over 4 years (between 1508 and 1512) A72. Antoni Gaudi A73. The Metropolitan Museum Of Art A74. Statue of David A75. Chicago, Illinois  A76. Miami A77. Houses of Parliament A78. Window at Tangier A79. The Louvre, Paris A80. New York City (The Museum of Modern Art or The MoMA as it’s colloquially called) As you wrap up your virtual trivia night adventure with friends or family, filled with laughter and friendly competition, why not take your next gathering to new heights? Consider elevating your group experiences with the luxury and comfort of a tailored group getaway . Let us handle the logistics while you focus on making more unforgettable memories with your loved ones. From picturesque destinations to exclusive accommodations, Winged Boots ensures every moment is exceptional. Start planning your next unforgettable journey today!

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A81. Gulyás (Goulash) A82. Sushi  A83. Gelato A84. Pastéis de Nata A85. Australia A86. A spicy shrimp soup, and popular Thai dish. A87. Ancient Greece A88. Paella A89. True A90. Burrito

ANSWERS: ROUND EIGHT

The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben in London

ANSWERS: ROUND NINE

A91. Tower Bridge A92. Big Ben  A93. The Savoy A94. Tower of London A95. Piccadilly Line A96. Browns A97. Four  A98. Fortnum & Mason A99. The Ritz A100. London City Airport

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