How do you quench your thirst for travel in these quarantine and social isolation times? Do you watch National Geographic documentaries? Do you browse through your old travel photos? Do you still plan trips for the time when all this madness will be over? This list of travel puzzles will keep you busy and entertained for quite a while. I haven’t ordered any of them just yet, but I’ll probably end up by trying out some. I’m thinking that Jigsaw puzzles and Ravensburger puzzles for adults are the best. Also, 3D puzzles seem exciting. Just take a look at this 3D Leaning Tower of Pisa by Cubic Fan or at this Tour Eiffel Ravensburger puzzle to see for yourself.
Main Topics of A Top List of 3D Travel Puzzles To Keep Your Travel Dreams Alive
The Eiffel Tower 3D Travel Puzzle
Paris is a dream destination to many of us. A short while ago, visiting the Eiffel Tower was only a matter of time and money. The lockdown reality has changed the way we dream. It shifted everything away from us, leaving us with the real possibility to travel from the bedroom to the bathroom, then to the kitchen and to the living room, to end up by the end of the day in the same bedroom where we started our journey.
How would you like to assemble a 35 pieces Eiffel Tower puzzle in 3D? These 35 3D pieces are the equivalent of 250 pieces of jigsaw puzzle, so it’s not as easy as you imagine. Besides, once you’re done, you’ll be able to display your 3D Eiffel Tower mock-up wherever you’ll want.
Click here to see more details or to purchase this Eiffel Tower 3D travel puzzle.
Neuschwanstein Castle 3D Puzzle
If you’ve always wanted to visit Neuschwanstein Castle but didn’t have the chance, you can keep your dream alive by giving this travel puzzle a try. Europe is chocked full with amazing castles. You can find them all over Germany, Austria, France, Slovakia, Romania, Poland, and the Czech Republic, to name only a few of the European countries that are home to such wonderful buildings. Just take a look at Peles Castle in Sinaia, Romania, and tell me it isn’t beautiful!
Back to our travel puzzles, this one has 121 pieces and it is a creation of Cubic Fan.
You can see more details and order it here. If you do, please send me a photo of your completed work.
Size When Completed: 44 cm x 19 cm x 33 cm / 17.3 in x 7.4 in x 12.9 in
If you prefer the LED lit variant of this travel puzzle, click here.
The Taj Mahal 3D Puzzle from Cubic Fun
It had never crossed my mind that the day would come when I wouldn’t be able to travel anywhere in this world. I had India on my bucket list for a while now. For some reason, I always postponed this trip in favor of other destinations. I loved wandering across Greece, Italy and Turkey, thinking that I could wait until my business would do better. My intention was to spend at least one month in India, but I failed to find the time to do it.
Unfortunately, the only way to get closer to the Taj Mahal in 2020, the year of the first pandemic of our lives, is to re-create it in my home office. Here’s a puzzle for travelers: the Taj Mahal.
The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg 3D Puzzle
This church is one of the most popular sightseeing objectives in St. Petersburg, Russia. I’m planning to visit this church next year. However, I’m not sure travel restrictions will be lifted by then, so I can only dream about Sankt Petersburg and its amazing churches.
This beautiful 3D puzzle has 233 pieces and it is available here. THe last time I checked, it was still in stock but I’m not sure for how long.
Mock-up Size When Completed: 44 cm x 30 cm x 54 cm / 17.3 in x 11.8 in x 21.3 in
The White House 3D Travel Puzzle (Jigsaw, LED Lit)
This 3D jigsaw puzzle doesn’t need any tools to assemble. You only need to buy three AA batteries to light up your own version of The White House. If you can’t travel right now, you can bring the world into your home with some entertaining travel puzzles like this one.
This 3D puzzle of The White House consists from 116 pieces. How fast do you think you’re going to assemble it? Are you going to place it on your desk?
Size When Completed: 8 in x 6.1 in x 6.4 in / 20.2 cm x 15.6 cm x 16.2 cm
Click here to see more details and to buy this travel puzzle.
The Big Ben LED Lit 3D Puzzle
It’s been a long time since my last visit to London. Although I haven’t planned to go back there this year, now I start missing this beautiful city.
Until our next visit to London, let’s have some “stay home” fun with a Big Ben 3D puzzle.
This 3D puzzle is eco-friendly and it has 38 pieces. Its base is small, so you’ll be able to find a place for your miniature tower on your desk or on a sideboard in your living room.
The Big Ben puzzle gave me a great idea: to spend at least 48 hours in London on my honeymoon. That’s before heading to Brighton for a seaside holiday.
You don’t need any tools to put together your own version of the Big Ben. You’ll only need to buy three AA batteries for the LED lights.
If you want to buy this 3D puzzle or to see more travel puzzles click here.
Size when completed: 3.5 in x 3.5 in x 15.1 in / 9 cm x 9 cm x 38.5 cm
St Patrick’s Cathedral 3D Puzzle
Bring the largest Gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States into your home with this 144 pieces puzzle!
This is one of my big time favorites, because it reminds me of St Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna. I’d put this 3D puzzle on my coffee table to stare at it while drinking my coffee and thinking about all the trips I’m going to take once the Coronavirus lock down is over.
Click here to buy this puzzle or to find out more about it.
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