Travel Trivia Quiz Questions with Answers About Travel Destinations
Is Scandinavia in the north or south of Europe?
Which Arctic country's Finnish name is Lapin Li?
The Straight of Gibraltar connects the Atlantic
Ocean with which
Which country is also called the Hellenic Republic?
What is Europe's most mountainous country?
In Norway, a fjord is made up largely of what?
The island of Rhodes belongs to which
Euro tunnel links which two countries?
A: England and France
The Left Bank generally refers to the Left Bank of the Seine in
What was the ancient city, carved out of red rock in
was forgotten by Europeans until the 19th century?
Which of the Seven Wonders of the World was at Ephesus?
A: The Temple of Artemis
What was the original purpose of the leaning tower of Pisa?
A: Bell Tower
What was the former site of the two temples celebrating Ramses II
and Nefertari, before they were moved because of
flooding by the
waters of the Aswan High Dam?
A: Abu Simbel
Where is the Valley of the Kings, the scene of a terrorist attack
What was Ho Chi Minh City before it was called Ho Chi Minh City?
To the nearest thousand, how many islands does
What was St. Petersburg called for most of the 20th century?
Which country lies to the north of Austria and to the south of
A: Czech Republic
What name is given to the popular
holiday area between Marseille
and La Spezia?
How tall is the
A: 984 feet.
Archaeologists believe they have located the burial site of
Boudicca, the British queen who led a bloody revolt against Roman rule
in the first century A.D. Where is it?
A: Under Platform 8 of the King's Cross Railway Station in London.
What Middle Eastern country's name includes the name of it's first
A: Saudi Arabia. Ruler Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud unified his dual kingdoms of Hejaz and Nejd and their dependencies under the name Saudi Arabia in 1932.
What is the name of Moscow's largest department store?
What country has more volcanoes than any other?
A: Indonesia. It has 167 of the 850 active volcanoes known in the world.
When did Tivoli Gardens park open?
A: On 15 August 1843 and is the second-oldest operating amusement park in the world, after Dyrehavsbakken in nearby Klampenborg, also in Denmark.
How many visitors did Tivoli have in
A: 4.6 million.
Tivoli is the second-most popular seasonal amusement park in the world after what?
Tivoli is the most-visited theme park in Scandinavia and the fifth most-visited theme park in Europe, only behind whom?
A: Disneyland Park, Europa-Park, Walt Disney Studios Park and Efteling.
The park is best known for it’s what?
A: Its wooden roller coaster, Rutschebanen, or as some people call it, Bjergbanen (The Mountain Coaster), built in 1914.
Another roller coaster, the Demon, features an Immelmann loop, a vertical loop, and a zero-G roll all during the ride time of just how long?
A: One minute and forty six seconds.
In 2017, Tivoli Gardens added an optional “what” to the ride?
A: Virtual reality experience, simulating a flight through ancient China, along with encounters with dragons and demons.
When did the well-known swing ride, The Star Flyer, open in Tivoli?
A: In 2006.
How high is it?
A: 80 meters (260 feet) high.
It was built by the Australian company Funtime, and it offers what?
A: Panoramic views of the city.
On 1 May 2009, Tivoli Gardens opened what new ride?
A: The new ride Vertigo, a looping plane ride where the rider pilots the ride, able to control the plane.