Which of the world’s most populated cities is home to the first figure-eight Ferris wheel and is a gambling haven?
The Salthill Promenade, the Spanish Arch, and the Latin Quarter are all located in which colorful Irish city?
What city has the greatest catacomb network in the world, with over 1,200 miles of tunnels?
Which city, perched above the vast El Tajo gorge, is the location of a storied bullring from the 18th century?
What city is home to the world’s tallest cable car, which soars to a height of 15,633 feet?
Which city is the location of the brightest light beam in the world, which is made up of 39 separate lights and produces more than 40 billion candlepower?
What city’s Sugarloaf Mountain rises from Guanabara Bay?
Rio de Janeiro
What city hosts a 500-mile auto race during Memorial Day weekend every year?
What city, with 20.1 million people, is the ninth most populous in the world and home to Bollywood?
Which city is the birthplace of pizza and pizza delivery, and where is the Pizza Margherita from?
The world’s fourth most populous city, which was once the capital of the Mughals, is bordered by the rivers Buriganga, Turag, Dhaleshwari, and Shitalakshya. Give this city a name.
Which European city is home to the stunning gothic church La Sagrada Familia, which is always under construction?
Which city hosts South By Southwest, a sizable spring arts event that is sometimes abbreviated as “SXSW”?
Salt Lake City
What city does the Iditarod, known for its annual long-distance sled race, start from?
What is Australia’s capital, yet only the eighth-biggest city in the nation, and the largest inland city on the continent?
Ho Chi Minh City
What city is known as the “Bride of the Sea,” and how did the city’s doge make it official by putting a ring on it?
Which city is known as “The Big Easy” for its laid-back attitude in contrast to the hectic Big Apple?
Which city, historically located between Asia and Europe, was once recognized by the memorable song by They Might Be Giants, Constantinople?
What is the name of Peru’s capital city, which has the name of a nutritious bean?
Which capital is referred to as the “Pearl of the Danube” and is distinguished by two independent cities that merged?