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The Great Bradt Travel Quiz

To celebrate the launch of Daniel Austin’s The Travel Quiz Book, we’re inviting teams of travellers from around the world to join us on Zoom to test their travel knowledge.

With questions and brain-teasers to suit all ages and abilities, from the fun to the fiendish, The Great Bradt Travel Quiz will have you scratching your head and dreaming of far away.

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