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Trikala Korinthias Quest
1 - 2 hours
About the event
The players using their own mobile phones are moving outdoors, visiting points on their digital map and carrying out missions that not only give them extra information but also give them points that place them higher on the teams’ ranking system!
Their missions are in the form of: trivia questions, questions about your company, questions related to pictures or videos, puzzles, group photos/videos with a specific scenario etc.
Of course, it is possible to associate missions with the surrounding space, offering participants a fun way to tour areas of cultural, historical and natural interest while playing!
- The digital map are your tool for discovery. Along this walking game, in teams of 4-6 people, you need to ask the locals, visit ancient or modern times monuments, discover details, think & work with your team and above all have fun while learning.
- The pins on the map hide puzzles and surprises. Each clue or pin corresponds to a location related task – a puzzle, a question or a team activity. By finding the correct spots or completing the tasks, teams win bonus points.
- All of the tasks are interactive, either with the surrounding environment or with your teammates. The tasks require the whole team cooperation and guarantee the ultimate fun!
- When the time is up, the team with the highest score, will be announced the winner!
Kalavryta | The first spark
Kalavryta is one of the most famous Peloponnese large villages and is the ideal destination for wannabe explorers! Why, I hear you say? Because of its history: the toll of blood during the WWII, the declaration of independence against the Ottomans, the Megalo Spilaio Monastery, the oldest in Greece or the first cog train rail in Greece, called Odontotos. And because of its beauty, edged among mountains & rivers, strewn with leaves during autumn, snow in the winter and bright, lush vegetation during spring & summer!
Nafplion | Kapodistrias' Testament
Nafplio is considered to be the most scenic place of Greece, the first capital of the newly built state after the Ottoman rule… The story of the place comes into waves (!) culminating with the assassination of Kapodistrias, the first governor of modern Greece. The content of the testament of this brave man, written in a code devised by “Filiki Etairia”, a secret society of Greek revolutionists back in 1814, is still a well kept secret…. Crack the code and get an alternative glimpse into our modern history!
For a fistful of dollars
An intriguing Wild West themed game, that will make you chasing dollars like crazy. Race on the ranch lands to complete daring challenges, earn rewards and find the encrypted message. A treasure map, a fierce sheriff, cowboys & cowgirls will accompany you with the quest. Remember to plan your moves carefully to outrun the other gangs, decipher the message first and gallop through the ranch with a fistful of dollars! Saddle up, it’s time for a showdown!
Vytina | The last explorer
Vytina is one of the most famous Peloponnese large villages and is the ideal destination for wannabe explorers! Why, I hear you say? Because it is the birthplace of Panagiotis Potagos! Who is this guy, I hear you ask again, and why should I care, anyway? Well, he is one of the most accomplished (but unfortunately the least known) Greek explorers. Despite having no financial support from his homeland, he completed successfully two major missions in Asia and Africa, competing worthily some of the most renowned foreign explorers. His legacy to all of you fellow explorers is two manuscripts. The second one, containing Kolokotronis' memories about the Greek War of Independence, was found just recently while restoring the local library. Alas, the manuscript is written in code and only the most bold and agile explorers will be able to crack it down!
Mycenae | Inside the Cyclopean Walls
Mycenae comes to us out of the mists of time. It's featured in the poems of Homer, yet you can still walk its ancient paths, stand by the graves of kings from over 3400 years ago and gaze over the rolling hills of Argos from the megaron, where ancient warriors once gathered. The powerful city of Mycenae was the heart of the Mycenaean civilisation that dominated Ancient Greece between 1600BC and 1100BC. Said to have been founded by Perseus himself, Mycenae was the center of many Greek myths and legends. One of them is the mythical beings Cyclopes - the one-eyed giants - brought by Perseus from Asia to construct the large fortified walls. Once you pass the famous Lion Gate, the ancient citadel surrounded by the Cyclopean Walls starts unfolding. Then, it is up to you how deep in the history you will let yourself be immersed!
Gymnikoi Agones | The Olympic ideal
What exactly is the Olympic ideal? A series of sports to test human physical limits or the epitome of the eternal human spirit rule over the mortal body? This event in whole, gives the chance to everyone that participates, to be introduced to the Olympic Spirit, understand the meaning of the Games and have fun. In doing so, everyone will participate in a number of athletic/fun activities, which will be played competitively among teams., based on the criterion of team cooperation and participation disregarding the participants’ physical strength.
Spetses | The cosmopolitan hideout
attica & saronic islands
Spetses, an island boasting a long naval tradition, is famous for its significant contribution to the 1821 War of Independence. It was here that the revolution flag was raised on 3rd April 1821. The island has managed to retain its individual traditional character thanks to its well-preserved grand captain mansions, still bearing eloquent witness to the island’s glorious past. The picturesque old harbor and Dápia, a tourist and commercial center where the heart of the island’s entertainment beats, are the trademarks of the town of Spetses.
Thessaloniki - The Queen of the North
Thessaloniki has many stories to tell, starting by the moment of its foundation in 316/315 B.C. Fortunate to have royal “blood”, since the new city was named after Thessaloniki, sister of Alexander the Great and daughter of Philip II, King of Macedonia. It was developed rapidly -due to its prominent geographical location- as one of the most important ports, and economical and commercial centers of Macedonia and the Balkan Peninsula as a whole, advantages maintained for the past 2300 years.
Chalkidiki - Peninsula Quest
Halkidiki (or Chalkidiki) is the most popular holiday destination in northern Greece. Halkidiki has long been famed for its cosmopolitan seaside resorts, beautiful natural landscape, and exotic beaches. Halkidiki is a peninsula, which is divided into three smaller peninsulas, the so-called legs. it seems that the gorgeous Greek islands are much more popular and there is relatively little known about the area of Halkidiki. If you are wondering what is Halkidiki like, read on. The area has amazing beaches, delicious food, beautiful sunsets and amazing locals who welcome every guest Hop on your cars, vans, buses and get to discover all!
Aegina Turtles Crypt
attica & saronic islands
The legend has it, that the first inhabitants of this island where ants, which Zeus transformed into men just to give his son Aeacus a kingdom! Soon after, Aegina (named after the Aeacus’s mother) became a naval superpower of the era and the "Greek Turtles" minted on the island, were most likely the first coins struck in Europe. They were popular in their own time and accepted for payment all across the Mediterranean. Follow the pins on the map, get to know the place & win your own coin collector’s Turtles!
Rhodes Knights Quest
islands & crete
Rhodes, one of the most cosmopolitan Greek islands, is located in the heart of the Dodecanese area. One of the main reasons why Rhodes is a popular destination is its medieval aura, the perfect option for a history strewn getaway! In Rhodes island, you will immerse into culture & light: with its bright green hills, rich green valleys and uninterrupted line of golden beaches, Rhodes is truly a blessed place. The old town especially, the medieval center of the city, will ease you easily a few hundred years back in time… Let’s take a closer look to Rhodes Greece!
Have you watched the movie “The Castaway”? Well, even if you’ve missed Tom Hanks trying to escape a deserted island with a volleyball as his sidekick, you can experience it with this game! Stranded on a deserted island, you and your team will have to figure out a way to gather any scrap materials washed on the shore and build yourselves a raft. And be the fastest team outta here!
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