A tricky new brainteaser is challenging players to spot seven renowned souvenirs in a jam-packed illustration.
The seek-and-find puzzle, created by British travel company Love Holidays, has stumped many – including even the most eager of holiday-goers.
Well hidden among the colourful holiday scene, how many souvenirs do you think you will be able to find?
A new brainteaser created by travel company Love Holidays, challenges the internet to spot seven renowned souvenirs from this colourful and busy graphic
To make the challenge that much harder, the creators have also kept the types of souvenirs a secret.
As well as finding all seven, are you able to name the items and where in the world they can be found?
If you’re struggling, focus your attention on the smaller items in the busy graphic.
Give up? Scroll down to find the well-hidden souvenirs highlighted.
The seven hidden souvenir items, highlighted, were hidden among other vibrant pieces to distract peoples’ eyes
What are the souvenirs and where can they be found?
Eiffel Tower – Paris, France
The Eiffel Tower remains the most popular image of Paris and is instantly reminiscent of the city’s romance and culture. Paris’ tourism authorities suggest picking up a small model from Les Parisettes to remember your trip.
Mannequin Pis – Brussels, Belgium
A historic and cheeky fountain sculpture loved by the people of Brussels, was chosen as the best souvenir to take home from the city.
The seven renowned souvenirs items included the Eiffel Tower, a Matryoshka doll and a ceramic sardine
Matryoshka Doll – Moscow, Russia
This authentic, hand-painted doll is said to be the most iconic image of Russia. The city’s tourism authorities picked out this memento as Moscow’s must have souvenir.
Buddy Bear – Berlin, Germany
Buddy Bear statues have been a symbol of optimism in Berlin since 2001.
Luchadores Mask – Mexico City, Mexico
Pick up a colourful wrestling mask as a souvenir of your time in Mexico City. Wrestling, or lucha libre, is incredibly popular and has been granted ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage’ status by the capital’s government.
Ceramic Sardine – Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon’s tourism authorities recommend that you take home a ceramic sardine to remember your time in Portugal’s sunny capital.
Troll – Oslo, Norway
Trolls are an intrinsic part of Norwegian folklore and have often been the subject of art, music, and literature. Commemorate your time in Oslo by taking home a troll figurine.
Elsewhere on the internet UK-based sofa and carpet specialist ScS challenged people to find the TV remote hidden between plants, clocks and various chairs.
The creators of the fiendishly tricky seek-and-find puzzle claim that on average it takes 40 seconds for people to find the remote – so how long will it take you?
A third of participants couldn’t find the control in under a minute, according to the creators.
Only the most eagle-eyed participants can spot the TV remote lost among the various pieces of furniture in this fiendishly tricky seek-and-find puzzle (above)
Ensuring it’s more difficult for people, the colourful graphic makes it harder to spot where the electric device might be by packing the puzzle with objects.
But if you’re struggling, concentrate your attention towards the bottom of the vibrant graphic.
Give up? Scroll down to find the well-hidden TV remote highlighted.
Answer: The TV remote is circled. The key to the puzzle was to focus your attention towards the bottom of the graphic
Meanwhile, a tricky new brainteaser is challenging players to find a single queen bee hiding within her busy colony.
Hungarian children’s illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared the seek-and-find puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy.
Players are asked to spot the single queen bee in the hectic scene and, to throw people off and make things as difficult as possible, all the insects look frustratingly similar.
Hungarian children’s illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared this seek-and-find puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy
The cartoonist also filled the vibrant image with plenty of playful characters, brightly coloured accessories and extra details to try to confuse the eye.
If you’re struggling to find the answer, then here’s a clue – feast your eyes towards the bottom right-hand side of the busy image.
Give up? Scroll down to find the well-hidden queen bee highlighted.
But don’t fret if you didn’t manage to complete the tricky challenge this time round – because it’s just the latest in a long line of brainteasers sweeping the web.
Don’t fret if you didn’t manage to complete the tricky challenge this time round – because it’s just the latest in a long line of brainteasers sweeping the web
Earlier this year, Dudolf shared a tricky spot the difference puzzle which left even the most eagle-eyed players scratching their heads.
He challenged puzzlers to find the seven things separating these two almost identical beach scenes.
To have any hope of getting all seven, you will have to pay close attention to even the smallest of objects.
Scroll down for the solution
Hungarian children’s illustrator Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, challenged players to find the seven things separating these two almost identical beach scenes
The puzzle, shared on Dudolf’s Facebook and website, proved popular with his fans, who agreed it was ‘seriously difficult’ but ‘fun’.
One posted: ‘Found five! Then I needed the solution’. Another wrote: ‘Couldn’t find the last one, but finally did.’ A third asked: ‘Did everyone have as much difficulty as I did?’
If you’re struggling to find them then here’s a clue: the differences may be as small as a change in logo or a detail on an item of clothing.
Still having a hard time? You’ll find the solutions below.
Answers: The logo on the suncream, the fruit on the ground, the direction of the seashell swirl, the watermelon seeds, the band on a sunhat, the colours on an ice lolly, the sandcastle flag
It came just weeks after Dudolf challenged players to find the snake hiding in a jungle-themed seek-and-find puzzle.
The brainteaser shows a jungle scene in shades of green, with birds flitting between branches and thick foliage in the background.
But the single slithering snake is almost impossible to find.
The brainteaser, created by children’s illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with misleading parrots
The challenging graphic, produced by the illustrator of Fox & Rabbit, prompted fans of Dudolf’s work to say it is ‘very difficult’.
If you’re looking for a place to start, begin by working from left to right and look closely between the leaves to see if anything is hiding.
Try not to be put off by the vine leaves and parrots as you weave you way through the jungle to find the snake.
And if you are still struggling, try looking closely at the patterns on the leaves to spot the creature.
Give up? Then scroll down to find the answer highlighted among the faded jungle scene.
The snake can be seen on the left-hand side of the jungle graphic hiding between the leaves