Experience the sensation of being a modern day Columbus as you travel across the vast spaces of the land of the free and home of the brave. From the hot deserts of the south to the great forests of the north, from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
50 states of challenging locations awaits you!
One Union, 28 countries, 500 million inhabitants: how well do you know your EU? From the emerald isle to the Black Sea, from the land of a thousand lakes to the jewel of the Mediterranean, challenge yourself and your friends to expand your horizons and further discover the beauty of Europe.
The British Isles have been inhabited for over 30,000 years and been involved in everything from the Roman conquest to the British Invasion. It's also the poster child of fish'n chips, pubs and the weather condition commonly known as rain.
God Save the Queen!
Discover the many secrets of this gently beautiful country and its masterpieces, canal towns and windmills. Bike past fields of tulips, pretty canals and church spires as you go, but don't hesitate to make a stop here and there. Each town is often a profoundly separate place with its own distinct identity.
Everywhere from the Pyrenees to the snowcapped Sierra Nevada that rises up from the sun-baked plains of Andalucia, you'll find villages of timeless beauty. There's a reason why 'fiesta' is one of the best-known words, it's because life is itself a fiesta and everyone seems to be invited.
London was founded as a communication center by the Romans shortly after they invaded Britain in 43 AD. The conclusion remains the same.. London is a perfect binding of the past and the present, a city with so many places to visit that one couldn't find the time to view them all.
No other country in the world is possibly as associated with both history and future at the same time as Japan. Samurais, Godzilla, manga and cutting edge robotics. The land of the rising sun and pokémon. On a clear day Mount Fuji can be seen from the capital Tokyo - perhaps that will aid you in your journey?
Once upon a time called New Amsterdam, New York City is now perhaps the most recognizable city in the world. Don't forget to take in the sights as you take a bite of the Big Apple's five different buroughs!
The Nobel Prize, IKEA, meatballs and cold winters - Sweden is famous for a lot of different things. Aside from being the third largest country in Europe by size and one the most sparsely populated it's also where GeoGuessr was born and raised.
Welcome to Scandinavia!
Built around the flowing river Seine, Paris has something for all tastes.
From the cultural district of Montmartre to the astonishing cathedral of Notre Dame and the iconic Eiffel Tower. The City of Light has too many sights to name them all, just take a look for yourself. Bon voyage!
From the towering Andes in the west to the great Atlantic in the east. Spanning from the lush never-ending plains of the Pampas to the pulsating, soccer-loving cities in between. Don't forget to practice your tango steps on the way!
Visit the spicy, scenic island of Taiwan. Keep your eyes open as you cover everything from isolated cycle trails to the pulsating streets of Taipei. This place offers some truly awe-inspiring panoramas and who knows where you might end up.