The winding paths of bamboo surround two suites, so if you really can’t find your way out, you always have somewhere to rest your head

If you have ever wanted to stay a little longer on holiday, these could help. 

ITALY

Villa Pisani

Noneother than Napolean was said to have been stumped by this intricate maze. The high hedges stop you from cheating and having a peek. But once you make it to the central tower, the views are meant to be phenomenal.

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HAWAII

Dole Pineapple Maze

Declared the world’s largest maze, this topiary teaser covers three acres of ground and features 14,000 Hawaii plants. The fastest finishes win a prize and have their names recorded on the gate.

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ENGLAND

Hampton Court Maze

This 17th-century maze is almost as picturesque as the palace itself. It is said to only take 20 minutes to complete. But we recommend that you take snacks. It’s trickier than it looks. However, you can prove that you made it by taking a shot of the plaque that is found at the centre.

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ITALY

Masone Labyrinth

Parma in Italy, is not only famous for prosciutto and cheese, but it’s also the home of the world’s largest maze – the Masone Labyrinth. The winding paths of bamboo surround a central piazza, which feature two suites, so if you really can’t find your way out, you always have somewhere to rest your head.

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