The Travel Quiz Bookby Daniel Austin
From the world’s most adventurous travel publisher, a unique collection of quizzes, puzzles and brain teasers for intrepid globetrotters and armchair travellers alike. Whether you’re running a quiz night, dreaming about your next big trip or looking to while away a long-haul flight, The Bradt Guides Travel Quiz Book will have you scratching your head and dreaming about far away. Which river connects the capitals of Austria and Serbia? The flag of which country is neither square nor rectangular? Which European country is an anagram of ‘ROMANIANS’? The name of which capital city contains none of the same letters that appear in ‘Bradt Guides’? (100 points if you get that one!)
Size: 130 X 198 mm
Number of pages: 224
About this book
From the world’s most adventurous travel publisher, a unique collection of quizzes, puzzles and brain teasers for intrepid globetrotters and armchair travellers alike. Whether you’re planning a family quiz night, looking to while away a long-haul flight or just keen to brush up on world facts, The Travel Quiz Book will have you scratching your head and dreaming about places far away. There are 2,200 questions to suit every level and age of traveller, from the deceptively simple to the downright diabolical.
The flag of which country is neither square nor rectangular?
What three US states have four-letter names?
The name of which animal is Greek for ‘horse of the river’?
What number is considered unlucky in China as it sounds like the word for ‘death’?
Which European country produces more than half the world’s supply of cork?
Playful, inspirational and just occasionally fiendish, The Travel Quiz Book will put your global knowledge to the test.
About the Author
Daniel Austin’s obsession with puzzles and trivia stretches back to his early childhood, when he would draw endless mazes and invent cunning codes. Entirely for his own amusement, when the internet was still in its infancy back in the nineties, he created a website about wordplay and word games – and was flabbergasted when it unexpectedly became so popular that it generated enough advertising revenue to fund him through his university years. Nowadays Daniel continues to enjoy solving and setting puzzles, largely for recreation. His day job is as a travel writer and tour leader specialised in Madagascar, a country about which he has written multiple guidebooks and a wildlife guide for Bradt.
“The diversity of puzzle format and content is astonishing – this book is addictive”