Missing travel in 2020? Then take a crack and see if you can pick the international location by its taxi.
That's right, whether you're a travel buff or pay an odd amount of attention to taxis, we want to see if you can correctly name each of these cities and countries by its type of iconic taxi.
Which city do these black cabs belong to?
The origin of the taxi can be traced back to 1605, when the first ever public hackney coach service for hire began operating in London. No wonder the city’s iconic black cabs are reputed to be among the world’s best taxis!
These yellow cabs are iconic to which American city?
Which city do these yellow and black Fiats belong to?
Introduced in 1911, Mumbai’s legendary, non-air-conditioned Fiat taxis painted in black and yellow are an integral part of the city’s charm and character.
The red taxi belongs to which bustling city?
The "Cocotaxi" is used in which country?
Cuba’s traditional Cocotaxi is an auto rickshaw type of vehicle with three wheels and seats for two passengers. Popular in Havana, these cool cabs stand out for their peculiar coconut shape and bright yellow hue.
This particular Tuk Tuk races around which European city?
These traditional "water taxis" are linked to which country?
From the traditional to the modern, Dubai’s water taxis come in a variety of forms. One of the most charming, however, remains the old-fashioned wooden boat called abra. These traditional vessels have been used to transport people across the Dubai Creek ever since the 1700s.
You can take a ride in a Fiaker in which city?
Which southern Italian city will you find this convertible cab?
The candy-coloured convertible taxi, a beloved icon of this sunny island, has been hitting the cobblestones again since 2017. Previously the first taxis on Capri were mostly fiats and were all convertibles, first appearing before World War II. In the seventies, however, the onerous task of finding replacement parts started to kill off the red, blue, and pink beauties. However, now, they are back!