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How many years did it take to build San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge?

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is one of the world’s most famous bridges. This iconic bridge spans 1.7 miles and connects San Francisco to Marin County. When it was completed in 1937, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world and considered an engineering marvel. It was a massive and expensive project, […]

What is the only continental U.S. city from which you can drive due south into Canada?

Everyone knows that Canada is located north of the continental United States. There is, however, one city in the contiguous U.S. from which you can drive due south into Canada. Weird, right? Do you think you know which city we’re talking about? Take a look at the cities below and then scroll down to find […]

What country outside North America is closest to the United States?

When thinking of the closest countries to the U.S., of course our minds go straight north to Canada or south to Mexico. This travel trivia question, however, goes further than that. I’m asking what country OUTSIDE North America is closest to the United States. Think you know the answer? Take a look at the options […]

What is the largest country located entirely within Europe?

In the U.S., we are taught there are seven continents. Of these seven, Europe ranks second to smallest, followed only by Australia/Oceania. Much of the world considers there to be just six continents, with Europe and Asia combined into one continent known as Eurasia. For the purpose of this travel trivia question, however, we are […]

What was the first state in the USA?

Wondering what was the first state in the USA? This is a tricky question. Here’s a clue: the first colony differs from the first official state. Think you know the answer? Take a look at the possible options below and make a guess. Then scroll down to find out if you’re right. The answer might […]

Who was the original singer of the song, New York, New York?

Do you think you know who was the original singer of the song New York, New York? This iconic anthem is one of the most popular songs ever written about the Big Apple. Take a look at the possible options below and take a guess. The answer might surprise you! a) Frank Sinatra b) Liza […]

Where was apple pie invented?

Nothing tastes more homey and comforting than apple pie, if you ask me. Apple pie, it turns out, is beloved in many countries and cultures around the globe. Apples originated in Asia, and this fruit has spread across the world. In fact, apples are one of the most popular fruits on the planet. Often, apples […]

In which country do women give men chocolate (not vice versa) on Valentines Day?

In many cultures, we typically associate Valentine’s Day with flowers and chocolates purchased by men and given to their wives and girlfriends on Valentine’s Day. But there is a country that expects the opposite. In this country, women typically give men chocolate on Valentine’s Day instead. Take a look at the countries below, take a […]

Which country has the most islands?

The world is home to thousands of islands. Some are huge, like Greenland, while others are tiny and unpopulated. Some are tropical and lush, while others are rocky outpoints. There is something so romantic about an island vacation — maybe because they seem so remote an removed from the stresses of our workaday lives. But […]

How many people are employed by the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California?

a) 11,000
b) 19,000
c) 23,000
d) 29,000

Where did the first SeaWorld open?

a) Aurora, Ohio
b) Orlando, Florida
c) San Antonio, Texas
d) San Diego, California

Which was the first of California’s 21 Spanish missions?

a) Mission San Diego de Alcalá
b) Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo
c) Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
d) Mission San Juan Capistrano
e) Mission San Francisco Solano

Which U.S. state is furthest west?

I’m not giving any options for this Travel Trivia question…take a guess!