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July marks the opening of the London 2012 Olympics. To commemorate the occasion, here’s a quick Olympics quiz to test your sporting knowledge in between more important matters, such as running the country. Ready – set – GO!
Home to the world’s most expensive clothes rack, Paris is a city with many frivolous associations.
City of fashion, city of romance, city of light; city of baguettes. Hunchbacks, guillotines, absinthe fairies and dead rock stars all play a part in Paris’ tumultuous history.
Did you know that the French have sex more often in a year than any other culture? It’s official.
Bearing this in mind, how much do you actually know about Paris? Think you’re something of a Francophile? How about proving it by taking our Diabolically Difficult French Capital Quiz?
Here are 25 twists and turns to keep you guessing and gurning right up to the end. If you do well, give yourself a pat on the back and order a crêpe; if you don’t, buy a Citroёn 2CV and spend a fortnight on the Boulevard Périphérique.
Either way, we hope you thoroughly enjoy yourselves…now let’s French it up a bit.
If, like me, you’re a massive fan of the Royales, you’re probably getting quite excited about the upcoming Diamond Jubilee celebrations. On 5th June Queen Elizabeth II will slip into her posh frock and trot out to paint London town red.
Meanwhile, she asked us to keep you entertained leading up to the big day.
They’re one of the most famous families in the world, but how well do we really know the Windsors? Well, that’s not really their name, for one….
Who divorced who? Who is known for their outrageous diplomatic gaffs? Which married royals are related to each other?
Think you’re a right royal expert? Jump into my Royal Rumble and test your mettle with this teasing and pleasing trivia. Once you’re done, let us know how well you did!
At one time the pinnacle of engineering innovation, arches continue to be used in infrastructure throughout our world. The most famous ones, however, don’t seem to be used for much at all – as the following pictures will testify.
Arches remain popular tourist attractions in many cities – past and present – across the globe. This quiz can help to determine how much attention you’ve been paying on your travels – can you place these famous arches?
For each picture we show, just tell us whereabouts in the world the arch can be found. The quiz is multiple choice, too, so it couldn’t be much easier. Or could it? Good luck.
Gigi describes New York as ‘a city that will really blow your mind…like going on holiday for the first time’. Compliments don’t come much higher than that, and New York City occupies a special place in the hearts and minds of people the world over. You might have already travelled to New York, you might have seen it on television, or you may have only been to York and wondered what was so new about it…
With that in mind, here’s a chance to test your knowledge of the Big Apple. Are you an expert, a novice, or totally clueless? Good luck!
Planes. For roughly 100 years we’ve have these large steel birds flying through the skies transporting all kinds of stuff all over the world. Where would we be without them?! Planes made the far ends of the world reachable for all. In the beginning planes were only for the rich, since a ticket cost a small fortune, but for the past few decades ordinary normal men and women have also been able to fly without going bankrupt. We thought that, since most of our customers use airliners to reach their worldwide destinations, why not make a fun quiz around them.
We challenge you to answer which country belongs to which airline only by seeing the plane! Of course we masked the name of the airline so often you only have the tailsign to help you along. You can make mistakes in the quiz and with each mistake we’ll throw in a hint to help you along. The airline quiz also holds some surprises, so make sure you finish the whole quiz!
Beer is the most consumed alcoholic drink in the whole world. Many say that it’s even the oldest alcoholic drink in the world. After water and tea it is the third most popular drink on earth. Almost every country has its own brands and sometimes also its own types of beer.
Like many other alcoholic beverages, beer has a massive fan base who like to try out as many different sorts of beer brands as they can in order to experience new tastes. We have numerous different nationalities working here at easytobook.com, many of them also beer lovers. To celebrate our commonality, we have created a small but fun quiz of our team members’ favorite beer brands. Do you know which countries these beers originate from?
There are almost 200 different countries in the world and all of them have their own language, their own territory and their own culinary culture. The food and its variety is also one of the most important parts of travelling.
Travel means discovery, and if you visit a country without trying its typical food, well, you are not making any effort to discover the country you are visiting!
Fleming’s world of international espionage certainly had the perks to match its danger; the scenery, the girls, the room service allowance…but you don’t need to don a tuxedo, win a hand of blackjack whilst drinking a vodka martini, and drive off in an Aston Martin DB5 with a Venezuelan beauty queen, just to follow in the footsteps of MI5’s finest.
It’s simpler for Bond fanatics to enjoy the safer side of intrigue by booking into one of the famous hotels around the globe that feature in the films, set amidst some of the series’ most fetching locations. If you’ve walked the famous corridors yourself, or if you’ve put in enough armchair hours to match the hotel with the film, or even if you’re simply curious as to see how well you can do, why not test your Bond mettle with our James Bond Hotels Quiz.
We will show you 14 images of hotels around the world. Do you know in which James Bond movies they appeared?
Just in case you don’t get it right first time, Universal Exports have provided us with some clues to help you on your mission. Whenever you choose a wrong answer a hint will pop up to help you find the correct one. Hint are primarily James Bond Movie related so in most cases you must have seen the movie to understand the clues!
You might not have noticed that Valentine’s Day is fast approaching once more, but fortunately the sleuths at EasyToBook.com are on the case and have something rather special to share with our loved ones this year. If being love sick really is an ailment, we’re in the grips of a love fever pandemic. Pity we don’t live in the 19th century, where physicians would advise us to eat chocolate to calm our pining for lost love.
We’re not the only ones getting hot under the collar, though: did you know that Hallmark has a range of over 1330 different cards specifically designed for Valentine’s Day? No? Then surely you know that Richard Cadbury produced the first box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day in the late 1800s. You do? Impressive.
To help you determine whether you’re a Prince Charming or a poached frog, a Cinderella or a scullery maid, take our Valentine’s Quiz on the ups and downs of love’s torrid history.
Don’t be discouraged if you make a mistake – we’re happy to help you out. For every wrong answer, we’ve added a small hint to get you that little bit closer to the pinnacle.