Travel Facts Generator

  • [Travel fact 1] The most visited city in the world is Bangkok, Thailand, with over 20.2 million international visitors. London (20 million international visitors) and Paris (16.1 million international visitors) round out the top 3.


  • [Travel fact 2] In 2014, black taxi cab drivers of London brought parts of the city to a standstill, protesting against Uber. This led to an 850% increase in downloads of Uber.


  • [Travel fact 3] If you wanted to see every piece of art in The Louvre in one visit, and you spent 30 seconds observing each piece, it would take you over a month, and that’s assuming you were there 24/7 and took no breaks and didn’t sleep.


  • [Travel fact 4] Thor Heyerdahl traveled over 4000 miles across the Pacific Ocean in a wooden raft to demonstrate his theory that Polynesians came from South America.


  • [Travel fact 5] Queen Elizabeth II does not hold a passport. Since all British passports are issued in the queen’s name, she herself doesn’t need one. She just has to say that she is the queen.


  • [Travel fact 6] The world's longest flight is from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to Los Angeles, California, at 17 hours.


  • [Travel fact 7] A 10th-century Arab explorer named Ibn Fadlan who explored Russia witnessed a Viking funeral rite in which a slave girl had sex with each of the tribe's warriors before they ritualistically sacrificed her to serve their fallen chieftain in the afterlife.


  • [Travel fact 8] Lofoten is an island in Norway that lies at 68°N Longitude, well within the Arctic Circle, that has an extreme temperature anomaly. Summers are warm and winter temperatures rarely pass below the freezing point.


  • [Travel fact 9] People who read emails and work on their laptops while on vacation remember less of their vacation than those who leave their laptops at home. Specifically, one hour of working leads to 43% fewer memories of the vacation.


  • [Travel fact 10] Spite Houses are impractical and often uninhabited buildings that people construct for the sole purpose of irritating their neighbors. For Example, in 1882, a house, 5 feet wide, 4 stories high and 104 feet in length was erected on Lexington Ave, New York City to “spite” the neighbor, and block his views.


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About Travel Facts Generator

This travel facts generator can generate some interesting travel facts for free. These travel facts can help you learn some new knowledge and know more about travel.

In addition to travel facts, you can also generate many other types of random facts, such as game, war, people, language, planets, etc. we have collected more than 12000 interesting facts, which are divided into dozens of categories. You can generate specified categories and a specified number of facts. Many facts are marked with the source, which can help you further verify and mine new content.

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