Are you looking for a fun and interactive way of discovering Barcelona? Don’t miss out on our treasure hunt! Our treasure hunt is a mix between a walking tour and a puzzle tour. Discover Barcelona while you are unraveling the secrets of the city. The treasure hunt is inspired by Escape Rooms and will challenge you with puzzles and original riddles. We have developed two different routes: The Artist and The Explorer. Are you ready to discover Barcelona and unravel the secret?
A new way to discover Barcelona!
Unique Treasure Hunt
The route of The Artist is based on the story of Pablo Picasso. This famous Spanish painter is most famous for this style of the Cubism. Picasso hid a very special painting in Barcelona and it is your task to unravel his secret. Can you solve all the puzzles and find the clues in order to find the location of the painting?
- Mercat del born
- Arc de Triomf
- Santa Maria del Mar
The route of The Explorer is based on the story of Christopher Columbus. The pioneer that discovered America, sailing under the Spanish flag and therefore expanded the Spanish empire. All of his voyages are well documented, but are you able to solve the mystery about his first voyage?
- Las Ramblas
- Plaza Reial
- Sant Felip Neri
“We did it as a team building activity at my company and it was fun, entertaining and educational. The company makes the puzzles themselves and they were incredibly original. Loved it!”
“If you want to explore the city in a totally new, exciting and educating way? The couple behind the extraordinary city tour are super nice, perfectly organized and give you a city adventure with lots of love for details. The accessories for the tour are of the highest standard and make the tour even more authentic! You’ll love it!”
“It was a great experience and we got to know the city from another very interesting point of view. The materials that have been used for the tour were very cool and the whole tour was planned perfectly. Our guide was very nice and competent. I would recommend this tour to everyone that visits Barcelona!”