Ultimate traveler quiz – Part 6

Time for another round of the general knowledge travel quiz, with questions ranging from famous bridges through to the QANTAS acronym, there are 25 Questions designed to challenge your travel knowledge. We think 18/25 will be a good score. Good luck

Sawasdee is the inflight magazine of what airline?

1. Thai Airways
2. Korean Air
3. Garuda Indonesia

Which of these is synonymous with the theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare?

1. Globe
2. Cube
3. Pyramid

In which country, in the Qikiqtaaluk Region, is the northernmost permanently inhabited place in the world?

1. Canada
2. Russia
3. Norway

Home to the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark clipper, what is the longitude of Greenwich in England?

1. 180 degrees
2. 0 degrees
3. 360 degrees

What building will you find at 350 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York, USA?

1. United Nations Headquarters
2. Empire State Building
3. Madison Square Garden

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

1. Tropic of Capricorn
2. Tropic of Cancer
3. Tropic Northern Line

In what country would you exchange 100 groszy for 1 zloty?

1. North Korea
2. Lithuania
3. Poland

Which Italian city is overlooked by the active volcano, Mt Vesuvius?

1. Milan
2. Naples
3. Florence

Ko Samui, Ko Tao and Phuket are all islands in which Southeast Asian country?

1. Vietnam
2. Thailand
3. Indonesia

Vientiane is the capital of which country?

1. Laos
2. Suriname
3. Vietnam

Where are you if you land at Nadi International Airport and head to Port Denarau for a cruise to Tivua Island?

1. New Zealand
2. Hawaii
3. Fiji

What country is known locally as Sverige?

1. Slovenia
2. Sweden
3. Switzerland

Where are you if you are waiting for a train or a bus at an MTR station?

1. Hong Kong
2. Paris
3. Rome

If you are visiting Champagne, the wine region, which country are you in?

1. Italy
2. France
3. Spain

What transportation are you typically using if you are on a 'Hop-on Hop-off' Tour?

1. Ferry
2. Bus
3. Kangaroo

A Pan Am flight from New York to London in September, 1970 made aviation history because of the first what?

1. Boeing 747 flight
2. Business Class flight
3. Trans-Atlantic flight

What is the world’s most southerly capital city?

1. Wellington, New Zealand
2. Buenos Aires, Argentina
3. Capetown, South Africa

In what year were the first euro notes and coins introduced?

1. 2002
2. 1999
3. 2005

The Giants, the Rangers and the Yankees are sporting teams based in which US city?

1. Dallas
2. Los Angeles
3. New York

How many people visit the Louvre to see the Mona Lisa every day?

1. 30,000
2. 40,000
3. 20,000

What is the name of the famous bridge pictured below?

1. London Bridge
2. Tower Bridge
3. Knights Bridge

How many US states have just four letters in their name?

1. 3
2. 2
3. 1

The states are Iowa, Utah and Ohio

Qantas, the Australian airline was originally "QANTAS", based on an acronym. What does the second A in Qantas stand for?

1. Aerial
2. Airline
3. Australia

What are High Roller, Singapore Flyer and London Eye?

1. Casinos
2. Airport lounges
3. Ferris wheels

What city is serviced by Fa'a'a International Airport?

1. Papeete, Tahiti
2. Rarotonga, Cook Islands
3. Suva, Fiji

All 25 questions completed!

Ultimate traveler quiz – Part 6

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