Treasure Hunting is an alternative, engaging and fun way of exploring classical destinations, combining the thrill of the game along with unique sight-seeing of the area, offering far more than a conventional walking tour.
In the greater area around the sacred hill of the Acropolis, we will visit some of the most important historic and mythical "gems” and will reveal their stories through interactive and on-the-spot challenges. No entrance fee is required, the places that we will visit are all free to walk to.
The duration (usually 3+ hours)
depends on your pace and is adjustable to your plans.
This walking game is technology-assisted and will require imagination, creativity and a keen eye
for riddles & puzzles to complete.
Are you up for this treasure-hunting challenge?
where we will meet
We will meet at the Acropolis metro station and will walk around the Acropolis Hill for a distance of around 3.5 km, covering the historic center of Athens. We will stop at the major landmarks where Prof. Ian Blake was last seen although he has whimsically managed to cover his trail.
Let's see what he has been up to!
Mild physical activity required with only gentle uphill and downhill sections. Our Treasure Hunt sessions are designed for up to 2 groups at the same time. The groups play the game independently and share the game guiding. Option for a private session is available at an extra cost. We start hunting all year round at 10:00 hrs (and additionally at 17:00 hrs during summer) yet we are flexible and can adjust starting time according
to your schedule.
Fill in the booking form and let us know how we can tailor the perfect Treasure Hunt for you.
what is included
We provide full gaming equipment including a travel bag full of mystery items, Prof. Ian's ipad complete
with internet connection and other
unexpected (!) findings. The game shares fun facts, stories, tidbits and myths, thus creating an educational yet memorable adventure. The game is suitable for adults and well-adjusted for children of 8 years-old and above, yet younger children are most welcome at no extra cost and can engage in parallel activities while the rest of the family is immersed in the game. Larger groups will be divided into opposing teams and compete with one another aiming to find the missing Professor first.
The game is offered in English and we also speak French, Spanish
and naturally Greek.
Do you have what it takes for this treasure-hunting experience?