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Travel the World Scratch Map wall poster

One World. A million experiences and then some. It is time to start scratching off your own personalized journey with a Scratch Map of the World. Do we spend a lifetime dreaming and planning to find it never pulls off ? One can see and hear about the World, we are taught geography and we watch the travel programs tempting us. But we can only feel it, if we do it. We can only remember it, if we touch it. Then it is stored, then it is real.

Scratch Map Wall Poster

The reason every wall should have a World Scratch Map is that if “the writings on the wall ” it is happening or going to happen. Our lives are like trees, the branches are what we see and learn, how big we grow depends on how much we nourish the roots. Don’t get stumped by life’s distractions, take the route you want to with the map that allows you to choose and log down as you wish.

Getting the map is making the first step to self discovery and World experience. A blank canvas of the World is waiting for you to put your stamp on it. With themed Scratch Maps you are tailoring your own travels, adventures, oceans, languages, cuisine, and maps to obsess over your favorite country’s to get the best of a good thing and record the greatest restaurants in the world, or climb the mountains in Europe, cycle the Great Wall of China, ski in Iceland or sailing in a Schooner around the Azores. Maps with bucket list, Maps with chalk, Cork map to pin photos on with no words as they say ” a picture paints a thousand words “.or the original, to scratch where you have been with words of wisdom.

The World Scratch Map will launch you into action for travel on a personal level to experience your dreams and record where you have been revealing a colourful map of self discovery and knowledge. Now, that’s worth showing off, the good looking map with your route, get it framed and be proud you did it.

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The Best Scratch Map® Posters

Scratch Map® posters are for everyone. Perfect for gap year travelers, people studying abroad, people visiting numerous countries and cities through work, people taking sabbaticals and escaping to a gorgeous island or simply if traveling and holidaying is your thing!

What’s more, there is a map designed for all types of traveling enthusiasts.

Scratch Map Hello

Scratch Map® Hello

Scratch Map® Hello map is perfect for those passionate about learning languages. Scratch Map® Hello map will teach you how to say ‘Hello’ from over 190 countries! Hola, Salut or Kon’nichiwa…Our new Scratch Map® poster will ensure you know how to greet the locals and be friendly across the world!
Remove the foil from the countries you’ve visited using a coin on a flat surface to reveal a unique and personalized history of your travels. The striking neon colors underneath will make an arty statement wherever you chose to display it.

Best scratch mapsScratch Map® Chalk

A chalk edition Scratch Map® poster. How retro!
Ever miss those sacred school days where you had no responsibilities? This Scratch Map® poster will take you back!
Reminiscent of a traditional blackboard, the Scratch Map® Chalk posterenables you to doodle and annotate your Scratch Map® poster.
Remove the foil and personalise as you go with travel plans, lovers’ names or anything that reminds you of a particular place. And for any change of travel plans or breakups, you can wipe it all away. Perfect for the spontaneous and adventurous traveler.

The best top rate scratch mapsScratch Map® Oceans

Let’s be honest, Scratch Map® maps make fantastic gifts so we wanted to give you as many options as possible to suit the intended receiver. Scratch Map® Oceans map is our first world map poster printed on clear acrylic and not only has it created a storm of excitement with how it looks, it’s perfect for the traveler dedicated to the seas! Whether you are a seasoned swimmer, embarking on rowing the Atlantic, a lover of cruises or a jet ski fanatic, this world map poster is for you. Electric rainbow colors waiting to be unleashed under glistening silver foil. Scratch Map® Oceans map is by far our most smouldering addition to the Scratch Map® poster family!

Functional too it includes national and state boarders and features in-depth detail of the world’s oceanography, such as key ocean facts and nautical flags to represent the alphabet.

Scratch Map® Deluxe Travel

The full size Scratch Map® Deluxe map was such a success that we invented this pocket sized version for the traveler wanting it by their side every step of the way! Perfect for the gap year traveler always on the move, it’s compact enough to fit in their rucksack.

Travelogue Travel Journal

If travelers want something even more interactive than a Scratch Map® map, try our Travelogue Travel Journal that contains 8 mini Scratch Map® maps.
Want that special someone to be able to document their travels and experiences? Any traveler who has tried our Scratch Map® map before will love the journal version. Displayed beautifully in a retro presentation folder, it contains a journal to plan your trips, a diary to record and comment on your experiences as well as 8 mini Scratch Map® maps. There’s even enough space to pop your boarding pass stubs, tickets, memorabilia, love notes or photos in too! The perfect opportunity to characterize all your experiences from your travels around the world in one single book. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, a new career path or simply to escape for a while Travelogue Travel Journal is for you.

Scratch Map ® USA Travel

The USA is a big place with plenty of amazing places to see and our Scratch Map® USA Travel poster is the perfect companion. Embark on road trips with the sunshine beaming down on you in sunny California, take the kids to Disneyland and meet alll your childhood favorites, visit Universal Studios and see where great movies are made. Scratch Map ® USA Travel poster has a foil top layer with a cool iconic stars and stripes design and when you remove the foil you unleash the brilliant geographical detail.

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Scratch Map® USA Poster: Our Guide to Route 66 by Car

Scratch Map USA by Luckies

Route 66 is about as iconic as it gets when it comes to America. The food, the fun, the sun and all the unique motels along the way. Pack up your Scratch Map® USA poster, a GPS and all the road trip music you can stuff into a glove box because it’s time for the Scratch Map® USA poster guide to the ultimate Route 66 road trip.

 

1. Lou Mitchell’s

The first stop on this 8 state tour is in Chicago, which is a large bit of city to uncover on your Scratch Map® USA poster. Just a hop, skip and a jump from the start of Route 66 is Lou Mitchell’s, a restaurant that has become synonymous with Route 66. Thousands of road trippers have stopped here for a bite before heading out onto the open road – it’s the only way to start your road trip.

 

2. Pops
You’re driving; it’s pretty obvious that you’re going to need a few stops for gas. If you happen to be heading past Arcadia, Oklahoma, you may just have to fill er’ up at Pops. Don’t worry, you won’t miss it, just look for the 66-foot tall soda bottle. It’s both a gas stop and café with hundreds of unique soda flavours to stock up on for the rest of the drive.

 

3. Cadillac Ranch
West of Amarillo, Texas is a unique piece of Americana, the Cadillac. The Cadillac Ranch is 10 Cadillacs buried nose first into the dirt, and they’ve been brightly drenched in paint and graffiti. Best part? More graffiti is encouraged so after you’re done Instagramming these colourful creations, grab a can and sign your name.

 

4. Wigwam Motel
It wouldn’t be an ultimate road trip without some unique motels on the way and Wigwam Motel is one of the best. In the slightly run down town of Holbrook, Arizona it’s hard to miss the magnificence of faux tepees that make up this motel. If you’re in need of some shut eye while racing through Arizona, do not miss an opportunity to mark this town off your Scratch Map® USA poster.

 

5. Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch
For another artistic turn on this road to freedom, Elmer has the answer. Not too far from Barstow, California is an assortment of sculptures made from recycled bottles and other materials. You may even run into Elmer himself who is always working up new additions to his off road art gallery.

 

6. Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica Pier is a non-negotiable addition to your road adventure. It’s where Route 66 ends and it has everything a tired road tripper needs. Restaurants, amusement parks, a place to sleep and most of all a beach and ocean breeze to relax with after that long drive cross-country.

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Introducing: Scratch Map® Oceans Poster

Scratch Map Oceans by Luckies

If you know anyone that would rather go on a sailing adventure than go to Amsterdam for a weekend, we may just have their ultra-memorable present prepped and ready for them. The Scratch Map® Oceans poster is the first of the Scratch Map® products to be printed on clear acrylic witch gives it that super cool transparent appearance that is just what you need for that friends wall of fame…

Just think, you know someone whose a bit gallery obsessed, to the point where all their walls are white so they can display any artwork they have, perfectly. They don’t care about what’s going on in the landlocked territories because they’ve already got their sea legs on and their sunblock ready. What do you get this person? You’re not going to be getting them that Monet water lilies painting they don’t shut up about because it’s blatantly out of your budget, and pretty much everyone’s budget. Get them something that inspires their ocean dwelling mind and can stand on its own two feet when paired with all their other artwork. The Scratch Map® Oceans poster gives a more detailed look at the world’s oceanography while still keeping the boarders and land masses of the Scratch Map® original.

With its transparent sheen and silvery foil over layer the Scratch Map® Oceans poster is something superiorly attractive to add to anyone’s collection. Just frame it up and hand it over to that niece who has an obsession with learning flags that represent the alphabet, or wrap it up for that aunt who doesn’t seem to understand that nautical clothing is mostly a spring choice. Whoever is on your list, the Scratch Map® Oceans poster could make some of them Snoopy dance with excitement.

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Introducing: Scratch Map® Capitals Poster

Scratch Map Capitals by Luckies

Everyone knows that person that they can find just staring at maps and whispering to themselves “where should I go next”? No, they’re not actually crazy, just got a slight case of travel fever. Odds are they’re going to pick somewhere that has a lot to do, with some architectural beauty, a bit of nightlife, great food to inhale, and maybe some historical hotspots. In that case, you’re probably going to end up in some world capitals, and that’s where the Scratch Map® Capitals poster comes into play. If you’ve got a friend that loves a bit of city life on their travels their next birthday may turn out like this…

It’s that friend who already has everything’s birthday. They don’t need a card that has a funny cat on it, even though that would be awesome, nor do they need a new tie that they’re never going to wear. Get them something they’ll actually use the Scratch Map® Capitals poster, with its dark colouring that really makes the locations they’ve uncovered pop, it can be one of those conversation pieces that people have in their homes. People still do that right? Don’t get them just the regular Scratch Map® poster, they want something that they can learn from, show off with, and give them some city inspired travel ideas. Skip over getting them a new passport holder because they’re not as useful as they look and find something that will make them want to continue their exploring.

Seriously though, not much looks better on the wall than a charcoal toned map of the world. The colour choices really make those places you’ve been to pop off the page so if you have someone who REALLY likes to talk about where they’ve been and rub it in people’s faces, this does their job for them. So no matter who you need a gift for, if they love a bit of city dwelling and want to explore a few government buildings on the way, the Scratch Map® Capitals poster is all the inspiration they’ll even need.

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5 of our favourite Adventure Map™ bucket list ideas you need to complete: N. America

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Heading to North America this summer? Lucky you! We’re sure you’ve got loads planned already but if you’re struggling for adventure inspiration have a little read of our 5 favourite Adventure Map™ bucket list ideas below…

Experience Zero Gravity – Cape Canaveral, Florida USA

Ever wanted to experience weightlessness? And we aren’t talking about when you’re trying to squeeze into your jeans after the Christmas break. We’re talking about real, Matthew McConaughey, inception type weightlessness. Step right up our first Adventure Map bucket list idea, the Zero Gravity Experience in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Experience true weightlessness, by floating, flipping and soaring in a specially modified Boeing 727.

Pink Sand – Barbuda, Antigua & Barbuda

Sunshine? Check. Palm Trees? Check. Turquoise sea? Check. Nearly 8 miles of deserted pink sandy beach? When can we go?! Thanks to the crushed coral in the sand, Barbuda’s centrepiece beach looks like something out of a fairytale. Stroll the beach for miles without bumping into another soul and if you get a little bored, we’ve heard the snorkelling is great too. If for no other reason, do it for your Instagram.

Eat Escamoles – Mexico City, Mexico

You can’t call yourself a foodie if you haven’t eaten Escamoles in Mexico City. Fact. Escamoles, or insect caviar, is a dish native to Central Mexico that was once considered a delicacy by the Aztecs. Ooo-errrrr. These light-colored eggs are harvested from maguey plants and don’t come cheap so you best start pinching those pennies if you’re heading to Meh-i-co this summer.

Paddle with Orcas – Johnstone Strait, British Columbia, Canada

Considered to be one of the best places in the world to see Killer Whales, it would be rude to go to Canada and not visit Johnstone Strait. Take one of the four day sea kayaking tours and witness Orca in their natural habitat. The base camp is located in the heart of Johnstone Strait, off Vancouver Island, British Columbia so if Killer Whales aren’t your thing, the views alone are still definitely worth the visit.

Stargazing – Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah, USA

Nearly 100,000 people stop at Natural Bridges National Monument in southeast Utah each year but only a fraction of those visitors see its most spectacular offering, the Night Sky. Natural Bridges is one of the darkest national parks in the country so it’s no wonder stargazing there is one of our favourite adventures in North America. This canyon country park offers camping, scenic overlooks & hiking trails, plus 3 sandstone bridges. Go on, you know you want to.

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5 of our favourite Adventure Map™ bucket list ideas you need to complete: Europe

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Planning a trip to Europe this summer but a week with boozed up Brits in Magaluf isn’t quite tickling your fancy? Are you mad?! Just kidding, here at Luckies we are total supporters of doing something a little different. So if you fancy mixing up your travel plans this summer, take a look at our five favourite Adventure Map™ bucket list ideas in Europe. You’ll be booking flights on Skyscanner in 5, 4, 3, 2….

Wife Carrying – Sonkajärvi, Finland

First holiday with your boyfriend or girlfriend and you can’t stop bickering? Wife carrying could be the solution. Reconnect and strengthen your relationship in this fun contest where male competitors race while each carrying a female team mate. The objective is for the male to carry the female through a special obstacle track in the fastest time. Just don’t blame us if it leads to an argument about the big meal you ate last night…

Hill of Crosses – Šiauliai, Lithuania

Definitely a sight for sore eyes, the Hill of Crosses is a site of pilgrimage about 12 km north of the city of Šiauliai, in northern Lithuania. What started the practice of leaving crosses on the hill is not known for certain but it is believed that the first crosses were placed there after the 1831 Uprising. Over the generations, not only crosses and crucifixes, but statues of the Virgin Mary, carvings of Lithuanian patriots and thousands of tiny effigies and rosaries have been brought here by Catholic pilgrims and we have to say, it makes for a pretty amazing sight. The exact number of crosses is unknown, but estimates put it at over 100,000.

World’s Oldest Brewery – Bavaria, Germany

No adventure is complete without a celebratory drink, are we right? Nearly a thousand years old, Weihenstephan is the oldest brewery in the world and still stands upon the Weihenstephan Hill. Take the guided tour or just sit back and take part in a beer-tasting session, it is a holiday after all.

Wing Walking – Yorkshire, England

Bit of an adrenalin junkie? Well, what are you waiting for? Head to Yorkshire for some wing walking! Standing on a wing, flying through the air at a rate of knots, what’s not to like?! This experience will see you learning the skill of wing walking at this aerodrome in Yorkshire and then performing in an aerial display that will test your nerves of steel. You’ll definitely be in need of a good old Yorkshire brew afterwards…

The Classic Marathon – Athens, Greece

For the super fit, head to Athens for their annual Classic Marathon. This road race even has a little history too – the marathon course is based on the legend from which the race gained its name: Pheidippides, a messenger in Ancient Greece, ran from the Battle of Marathon to Athens to announce the Greeks’ victory over the Persians. So stick on your Nike free runners, slap on some sun cream and board a plane to Athens…

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Scratch Map® Oceans Poster: Beginner’s to Sailing Holidays in the Mediterranean

Scratch Map Oceans by Luckies

Who wouldn’t want to go sailing in the Mediterranean for a few days? Months? Years are probably preferable. With all the coastlines, beaches, resorts, and sights to be concurred, get ready to hop on a boat or yacht for our beginner’s guide to sailing holidays in the Mediterranean.

1. Formentera

If you’re looking for a pristine beach on an island oasis, make sure to uncover Formentera on your Scratch Map® Oceans poster. Just south of Ibiza, Formentera is a Spanish island home to one of the most beautiful beaches the world has to offer. Migjorn beach must have fallen out of rom-com with its white sand and transparent waters it’s just the place to get a bit of colour and practice your water sports.

2. Sicily

Maybe you need a bit of space to stretch out after being in Formentera, Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, meaning a sufficiently impressive bit of foil to remove from your Scratch Map® Oceans poster. This place has it all because of its wide role in history, so if you’ve ever wanted to see a Greek Temple on Italian soil, get your passport ready. Sicily is a gold mine for history buffs and foodies alike, so don’t hesitate to start your day posing under 12th century mosaics in the cathedrals and posting your dinner that evening from one of Sicily’s Baroque towns. You really can’t go wrong here.

3. Malta

Holidays while trying to save your pennies is probably one of the most difficult obstacles in life, but a quick trip to Malta is exactly what the doctor ordered. This Italian island has 300 days of sunshine a year, that’s a lot of sunblock and bikini shopping to prep for. It’s home to a mass of historic sites from megalithic temples to fortresses and burial chambers dating back to 3600 B.C. An inexpensive holiday spot with beaches, food, and historical sites? To the boat!

4. Santorini

After a devastating volcanic eruption in the 16th century, Santorini has embraced its modified landscape and has become the king of romantic holiday spots. Most famous for its distinctly white-washed towns of Fira and Oia, Santorini offers a unique sense of beauty that goes for miles. The towns are especially primed for a Kodak moment at sunset after a long hike. Fira even has a hiking trail for those feeling like getting in shape over the holiday before passing out on one of the beaches below the cliffside. The island is iconically Greek and a great way to finish your sailing excursion in style.

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Scratch Map® Oceans Poster: Island Hopping in Indonesia

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Summer’s approaching. And with all the lukewarm days and rain clouds most of the world can offer us, it’s definitely time to start researching your next escape to the sun. How about an island hopping adventure through Indonesia? Get ready to take your coin collection to your Scratch Map® Oceans poster, we’re showing you some of the best island destinations in Indonesia…

Bali Island

Bali Island looks like something straight out of a picture postcard, or these days an Instagram account worthy of 100K followers, and the some! One of it’s beaches is even called Dreamland Beach! How much more drool worthy could you possible get? This island also offers some amazing sights such as the rice terraces in Ubud, the Tanah Lot Temple, and a trilogy of volcanic mountains. This place is a feast for the eyes and is a haven for Yoga buffs, your IG follower count is about to go stratospheric….

Bunaken Island

If you’re looking for a place to test out your snorkelling gear, Bunaken Island is the place to be. Its surrounding bodies of water have over 58 different genera of coral to explore, with over 2000 different species of fish in the marine park. It’s a cornucopia of splendour for under the sea viewing. It’s a place you have to see to believe, not even the Scratch Map® Oceans has this kind of detailed coral depictions.

Kepulauan Seribu (Thousand Islands)

The Kepulauan Seribu is another name for the ‘Thousand Islands’ in the bay of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. These islands have become a go to weekend spot for locals and with approximately 128 different island formations, there’s much exploring and adventuring to do. Between the national parks, beaches, and resort life Thousand Islands gives all the local flavour and is a great stop if you’re having trouble deciding exactly what you want to see and do on your Indonesian adventure.

Bangka

This island known for its tin production (great if you’re celebrating your 10th wedding anniversary!), kind of looks like a dream oasis. It has dozens of different beaches, meaning you could go to a different beach every hour and have a full day planned. This Indonesian gem is also home to the Dendang hot spring, Maras Mountain, and 7 other islets to explore.

Komodo Island

If you’re a fan of large lizards, you’ve probably heard of Komodo Island. Home to the largest lizard on the planet, it also has some less deadly assets. One of the highlights is the Pantai Merah, or Pink Beach, which is exactly how it sounds. This pink sand isn’t something you’ll see anywhere else in the world, it’s worth the trip to see it first-hand. Komodo also has a national park and variety of other beaches to sunbathe on, it’s just what that cloud induced complexion needs.

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Scratch Map® Capitals Poster: A Beginners Guide to Paris

Scratch Map Capitals by Luckies

Paris is pretty much the ultimate city to visit. You can’t claim to be a traveller without visiting the city of love. So grab your Scratch Map® Capitals poster, pack up your suitcase and prepare to scribble Paris off your list after reading our beginners guide to Paris…

1. The Eiffel Tower

You absolutely CANNOT go to Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower. Yes it may seem a bit of a tourist trap, but this 19th century architectural wonder is essential and completely worth seeing. Plus it’s close enough to the infamous Notre Dame cathedral and some precious Parisian cafés where you can sit down for a croissant and a latte.

2. Champs-Elysees

It may be another of those cliché things to do but you can’t go to Paris and completely avoid the shopping, it’s what Paris is for. The Champs-Elysees is an essential shopping destination to uncover on you Scratch Map®. There’s a multitude of recognizable storefronts from Sephora to Gap, and even a Starbucks if you’re feeling homesick. But if you want to indulge in the ultimate Parisian cafe, visit Laduree (75, avenue des Champs Elysées 75008) for macarons and coffee – or a champagne cocktail if you’re done shopping!

3. The Louvre

Even if you aren’t a museum goer, the Louvre is too sensational to avoid. You don’t have to do what everyone does and spend 6 or 7 hours hunting for the Mona Lisa, but it’s a great place to mark off your bucket list. It’s important to remember that the Louvre is closed on Tuesdays, and there are a few special circumstances and holidays when you can get in for free, definitely worth checking prior to your visit.

4. Montmartre

If you’ve ever seen an impressionist painting or wanted to be in one of the bohemian centres of Paris, or are maybe just looking for a bit of nightlife, Montmartre is your place. Named after the hill on which the Sacre-Coeur is so comfortable sitting on, this district is tourist friendly and has a great view if you’re brave enough to endure the trek up Montmartre. You can even tick the Moulin Rouge of you to do list, because it’s in the district, along with other night-life hot spots.

5. Get lost

Yes, it isn’t a generic place, but the best thing to do in Paris is just get a bit lost. Brush up on some basic French before you hop the Eurostar and you can go just about anywhere in the city. There’s so many back alleys to explore, wonders to uncover, and food to gorge on that by the end of the trip you’ll have a massive area to uncover on your Scratch Map® Capitals and some great memories to go with it.

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Scratch Map® Capitals Poster: A Beginner’s Guide to Berlin

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Germany’s capital, Berlin, is a city full of history, has a thriving youth culture and uber cool arts community. Better book your plane ticket now, because after reading our beginner’s guide to Berlin, you’ll be chomping at the bit to see it for yourself.

1. East Side Gallery

East Side Gallery is a unique blend of history, art, and is possibly the largest and longest-lasting open air gallery in the world. The Gallery consists of 105 paintings by artists from all over the world, painted in 1990 on the east side of the longest remaining sections of the Berlin Wall. Over time many paintings have been badly damaged by erosion, graffiti and vandalism, but many original artists returned to restore their works in 2009. It’s a great way to uncover a large piece of your Scratch Map® Capitals poster,feel cultured and get some Instagram worthy photos at the same time!

2. Reichstag

This historic German Parliament building makes a worthy stop on your list , mainly because of the dome of glass, roof terrace and roof garden restaurant where you can see a 180 degree view of Berlin. Admission is free, but you do need to register before you go..

3. Museum Island

Located in the Spree River, Museum Island is exactly as it sounds. It’s home to 5 museums including the DDR museum which provides an interactive, immersive experience of the past. Another must see is thehe Pergamon Museum, designed by Alfred Messel and Ludwig Hoffmann. The Pergamon Museum was constructed over the course of twenty years, from 1910 to 1930 and houses original-sized, reconstructions of spectacular architectural gems such as the Pergamon Altar and the Market Gate of Miletus. There’s pretty much something for everyone with all the different museums to visit. Just pick your favourites and go for it.

4. Mauerpark

Mauerpark is a public park in the Prenzlauer Berg district. A former part of the Berlin Wall, the park is popular with people of all ages and turns into a flea market and karaoke stage on weekends. Ideal for relaxing on a sunny day, take a picnic and just people watch all day!

5. Grunewald Forest

If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous the Grunewald Forest is a must. It’s the largest green space in the city of Berlin and it’s a good way to turn your city break into a wildlife adventure. Plus you can trick all your Facebook friends into thinking you were in two places at once. There’s greenery everywhere and if it’s warm enough during your visit, you can even take a dip in the Havel River. It’s a great place that’s perfect for exploring at a leisurely pace, just like the rest of Berlin.

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Need a world map for your travels? How about Scratch Map® Travel!?

First thing’s first, if you’re going travelling there are a couple things you’re going need besides sun cream and bikinis. The first is a world travel map so you know where you are/where you’re going. As nice as it is, you don’t want to end up in Jersey, Channel Islands instead of New Jersey, USA…The second must-have travel item is a check-list of all the beautiful countries you’re going to visit/have visited along the way. Come Monday morning when you’re back in the office and those holiday blues really start to kick in, trust us, you’re going to need a pick me up in the form of a personalised map of your travel memories!

 

Scratch Map Travel EditionHere at Luckies HQ, we’ve decided to save you the hassle of taking both and have combined the two with our Luckies Scratch Map® Travel! Allowing you to scratch off where you’ve been, you can keep a record of your travel adventures as you go and the end result? Well, by scratching off the gold foil map to reveal a range of different colours, you’ve created your very own personalized world travel map! Once you’re home, you can stick it up in you’re living room and impress everyone you have over for a cup of tea…“Oh you’ve been to Peru?”

 

What’s more, this scratch off world travel map is not our usual scratch map size. Much like the cute little travel toiletries section in Boots (so adorable), our Scratch Map® Travel is compact and portable so it will free up valuable space in your suitcase / rucksack for the 15 pairs of shoes you plan on taking. Measuring in at 32.3 x 5.3 x 5.3 cm in its cardboard presentation tube and 29.7 x 42 cm rolled out flat, there’s no excuse not to take it with you, and scratch off the gold foil as you go!

Whether you’re planning on climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia or raving it up in Ibiza, our scratch off world travel map is the perfect travel companion for you and your wanderlust friends.

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World Map Poster

Personalized World Map

The Scratch Map® was first launched in 2005, designed and manufactured by the design house Luckies of London. This project was about creating something truly unique however with so many world poster map options available, it wasn’t going to be easy. The aim was to create a world poster map that you could personalize, a way to visually record your travels and then display them proudly showing all how well traveled you are and that’s when the Scratch Map® was born.

The ultimate World Map poster

Designed by avid travelers, the original personalized world poster map boasts an array of innovative features. This beautiful world map poster is coated in high quality gold top foil layer that can easily be scratched off with a coin or an eraser. The idea is to gently scratch off the top foil layer, as you scratch away a new bright, colored and highly detailed map of the world is revealed.

Create your own personalized visual travel record

The idea is to scratch off where you’ve been or scratch off where you would like to go, the perfect poster for either recording a lifetime of travels or planning a trip of a lifetime. This ingenious creation is so versatile and fun, it also serves as the perfect gift for quite literally any occasion.

The evolution of the Scratch Map® family…

The world map poster spans a huge 81.9CM in width (32 inches) and 58.2 (23 inches) in height. This huge poster looks stunning on any wall and even better framed. As the Scratch Map® gained huge popularity, requests from all over the globe started to flood in asking for newer versions so the team at Luckies started to create a family of Scratch Maps which has grown over the past 7 years ranging from travel editions, geographical editions to the latest Adventure edition.
If you’re in search of the perfect World Map Poster, look no further!

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Scratch Map® USA Edition features and overview

All 50 states beautifully displayed with the Scratch Map® USA Edition.

The Scratch Map® USA Edition is here! What better way to remember a wonderful country with the Scratch Map USA. This highly detailed wall poster is finished in the most patriotic style with the stars and stripes!

Scratch Map® USA Edition

scratch_map_usaThis wonderful creation has been developed with a top foil layer that can be scratched off, the idea is to scratch off the top foil layer to proudly display what states you have visited, from Las Vegas to New York!

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Scratch Map® Deluxe Edition features

Itching to go travelling in luxury and style? Scratch it! Introducing the wonderful Scratch Map® Deluxe Edition! It’s name speaks for itself really! It has all the brilliant features of the original Scratch Map® but is larger, with added islands, more intricate detail and more style! It’s black background with copper foil covering looks sophisticated and professional on any wall and the bright colours of the map underneath look smashing against it’s stylish backdrop.

In case you’re not familiar with the concept of the Scratch Map®, here’s some information you should know: The Scratch Map® is a beautiful and popular map of the world that allows you to log your travels by scratching off the top foil of the place you’ve visited, revealing a colourful map underneath and giving you a brilliantly factual, interactive and 100% personalised map of the world as a keepsake and reminder of your travels.

Features

Material: Laminate, card, coloured foil
Larger, more detailed map
Additional islands and cities
Fascinating infographics along the bottom of the map to reveal a wealth of facts and information about the land and oceans presented in an engaging and colourful manner
Comes packaged in a sturdy card tube

Dims

82.5 x 59.4 cm