(CNN) – We all know that travel expands the mind. Thanks to that seaside location that sells delicious gelato, it tends to expand to other body parts as well.
We can’t give you two spoonfuls of pistachios, but we can keep bending these brain cells while your next trip around the world is on hold.
CNN Travel experts collect some difficult questions to test your knowledge of the planet and arouse your curiosity for more.
Do you think you can beat us? Try to answer the following without resorting to Google. By all means, make a video call to engage family and friends in the challenge.
There is a link to the answers at the end. We trust you are not doing any peek!
1. Which of these cities did not host the Summer Olympics?
a. Amsterdam; B. Madrid; C. Helsinki; Dr.. Tokyo; e. Rome
2. Can you identify the city from its skyline?
3. London Underground, or the Underground, is the oldest underground system in the world. Which city has the second oldest electrical system?
4. Some countries have more than one capital. Can you identify these countries with capitals that are perhaps less well known?
a. Brno. B. Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte; C. Putrajaya; Dr.. Valparaiso
5. In which city is the tallest building in the world?
6. Can you name the city from these historical places of worship?
7. Which city has the oldest Chinatown in the world?
a. San Francisco; B. London; C. Manila; Dr.. Jakarta; e. Toronto
8. Can you get to know the city by its airport name?
a. General Edward Lawrence Logan; B. Hamad International; C. or. Tambo International; Dr.. Soekarno-Hatta International
9. Name of the highest capital in the world
10. What are the three destinations that are widely recognized as the world’s three sovereign countries?
1. What is the famous plane that made its last flight on November 26, 2003?
2. Before the Covid-19 pandemic, what is the world’s busiest airport for passengers?
a. The capital of Beijing; B. London-Heathrow Airport; C. Amsterdam Schiphol; Dr.. Los Angeles, H. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta
3. Identification of airlines through tail emblems
4. What type of aircraft does the US President use?
a. Gulf Stream III; B. Boeing VC-25; C. Airbus A320; Dr.. Boeing 777-300ER; e. Antonov An-148
5. What are the two countries associated with the kangaroo road?
6. Which direction – north, east, south or west – will you travel between these airports marked with their codes only? (Five additional points if you can select all cities)
a. LAX to HNL; B. LGA to MCO; C. LHR to JNB; Dr.. BKK to PVG; e. ARN to SVO
7. Match the mega plane with its title
a. whale; B. the Queen ; C. Dream. Dr.. Super jumbo
8. Which airline had the largest number of aircraft at the beginning of 2020?
a. Delta Airlines b. American Airlines; C. Cathay pacific Dr.. Virgin Atlantic; e. Jet Blue
9. Why is the next plane’s magic number three?
Hooker Sidely HS-12, Tupolev Tu-154, Lockheed L-1-1011 Boeing 727?
10. What flight did Amelia Earhart achieve for the first time in 1928?
1. Where can you find these pyramids in the world?
2. What is the largest island in the world?
3. Which country is home to the largest natural desert in Europe?
4. Does the picture match with the US National Park?
a. Canyonlands. B. Yellowstone c. Grand Canyon; Dr.. Yosemite
5. Can you name the oceans that make up the so-called Seven Seas?
6. What links the Java trench, Challenger Deep, Mulloy Deep, South Sandwich Trench, Puerto Rico Trench?
7. Match these desert oddities with the locations below
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a. Qatar; B. Chile; C. Texas; Dr.. Namibia
8. Which one of the 10 longest rivers in the world is flowing north?
9. Where can you no longer see the Azure window?
10. Where does it receive the most annual precipitation?
a. Manchester, England; B. Mawsynram, India; C. Seattle, Washington; Dr.. Quibdo, Colombia
1. Which two Asian destinations are separated by the sea, 55 kilometers from the bridge and tunnels in 2018?
2. Match the image to the New York Bridge
a. Manhattan. B. Queensboro; C. Williamsburg; Dr.. Brooklyn
3. Which towering French engineer designed the Bolivar Bridge in Peru, the Truong Tian Bridge in Vietnam and the Imbaba Bridge in Egypt?
4. Which country is home to the longest bridge in the world?
5. Match the image to London Bridge
a. The Millennium B. Hammersmith. C. tower; Dr.. Westminster
6. What would happen if I tried to cross the French Rhone River on Pont Avignon?
7. Can you locate the following famous bridges?
8. Which continents are connected to the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge?
9. What caused part of the Pont Des Arts bridge in Paris to collapse in 2015?
10. Which country is beneficial for this structure?
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1. Which city has the most Michelin stars?
2. Mirazur was ranked at the top of the list of the 50 best restaurants in the world in 2019. What country are you located in?
3. Can you select the country from classic dessert?
4. What are bubbles usually made in bubble tea?
5 – The “happiest country” in the world consumes the most coffee per person. name of the country?
6. Which anti-toxin candy is called a ballerina?
7. Can you match these four British dishes with their names (without laughter)?
a. Eton is a mess; B. Toad in the hole; C. Scotch egg; Dr.. Spotted rooster
8. Kartoffelknoedel, xiaolongbao, manti and pierogi are all kinds of what?
9. What is the color or colors of Naples ice cream?
10. Chef Mary Malone worked in kitchens in New York and Long Island in the early twentieth century. What unhealthy name is famous for?
1. What do Colombia, Sao Tome, Principe, Gabon, Uganda, the Maldives and Kiribati have in common?
2. What are the three Asian countries that topped the list in April 2020 for obtaining the strongest passports for visa-free travel, according to the Henley Passport Index?
3. Which country has the most official languages?
4. Four red, white and blue flags and four different countries. Call them
5. What happened in Samoa and Tokelau on December 30, 2011?
6. Which country changed its name to eSwatini in 2018?
7. Determine these countries from their outlines
8. What is the latest country in the world?
9. These limits divide the areas claimed by country pairs?
a. Watch line; B. The demilitarized zone; C. Forty-ninth parallel
10. Which country is surrounded by North, East and South Senegal?
1. The name of the protagonist in the 1872 novel Jules Verne “Around the world in 80 days”
2. What were the four destinations that Steve Cogan and Rob Prideon visited in four series of “The Journey?”
3. Who commanded this sinister Antarctic expedition?
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4. Who carried the fictional crusade from Utah to Portugal, Venice, Austria, Berlin, and Petra?
5. What record did American journalist Nelly Bly set in 1890?
6. Where did Anthony Burden have lunch with former US President Barack Obama?
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7. The Norwegian invaded Thor Heyerdahl, any personal fear of crossing the Pacific Ocean on the Balsa Kon Tiki raft in 1947?
8. What has John “Wedge” Wardlaw, Mark Rumer-Cleary, Dallas Burney, John Molony and John Dickson do every five years since 1982?
9. Why doesn’t Dora the Explorer wear long boots?
10. Here she is in India in 1983, but which country has Queen Elizabeth II visited more than any other country?
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1. Actor Stanley Tucci has proven his splendor by explaining the Internet how to make the perfect Negroni. And his recipe calls for doubling the usual amount of wines?
2. In “The Devil Wears Prada”, Tucci Nigel’s job as Creative Director for Runway magazine is ignored. In what city is he when he finds out?
a. Paris; B. New York; C. Milan; Dr.. Pittsburgh
3. Tucci participated in making a new travel series with CNN looking for food in any country?
a. France; B. United State ; C. Italia; Dr.. Croatia