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The Marine Route

Find the letter Ber wrote

The Marine route tells the story of Ber Seegers. One of the marines that defended Rotterdam in world war II when the German troops took over the city and destroyed most of it. Ber was a young and inexperienced marine and in contrary to most of the others, he was not taken by surprise when the German troops invaded.

In 1940, Ber joined the Marines and was stationed in at Oostplein in Rotterdam. At this time, the Netherlands had taken a neutral stand in the war and the general belief was that Hitler would not invade their country. Ber had different ideas, he was under the impression they would but nobody would listen to him. One night, he left the bar early as he was not feeling the party mood, he walked home to the base and on his way he bumped into a girl. After apologising to her for the incident, he asked if he could walk her home. Her name was Miep and they fell in love.

Their love story was short as the Germans invaded the city not long after. So Ber wrote a letter to Miep, your task is to find it and make sure to post it. Rotterdam is the perfect city for this treasure hunt and the story of Ber and Miep. You will find out more about the bombing of the city and the personal story of Ber Seegers.

We have a minimum group size of 4 people and we have a maximum capacity of 60 on the Marine route.

The Price

There are several options available depending on the number of players per team. The price is calculated on the number of players per team. All our groups are private groups so you will never be paired with other groups.

  • Duration
    The Xpedition takes 2 to 2,5 hours
  • Group size
    From 4 up to 60 people divided into smaller teams
  • Price
    Starting from €25,00 * per person.

*We have several options, play with;

  • 10 players per team, €25,- pp.
  • 9 players per team, €26,- pp.
  • 8 players per team, €27,- pp.
  • 7 players per team, €28,- pp.
  • 6 players per team, €29,- pp.
  • 5 players per team, €30,- pp.
  • 4 players per team, €30,- pp.

You can play with multiple teams on the Marine route. The minimum group size for two teams is 10 people, 5 against 5. The maximum number of players per team is 10.

For example, you are a group of 18 people and you want to play with 6 people per team, you pay €29,00 pp. If you want to play with 9 people per team, you pay €26,00 pp. The advantage of playing with smaller teams is that everybody is engaged in the game. Each team will have their private guide and set of materials.

Our meetingpoint is next to the entrance of the Willem Burger Hall, de Doelen. Very close to the central station of Rotterdam.

 

This is the exact address:

Kruisplein 40, 3012 CC Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

 

We are open all year round and available 7 days a week from 10:30 to 19:30. If you have a group that wants to start later or earlier, please contact us via email or phone.

Ontmoetingspunt van Xventura Rotterdam

As our Xpedition is a treasure hunt, we cannot spoil the exact route but we can tell you that in the Marine route we have some amazing highlights for you to visit. From the big highlight of the city to the less well-known places.

The Markthall

Uitzicht over de Markthal Rotterdam

This highlight is one for the books, not only it the outside impressive but inside you can find the finest produce and fresh products. On the inside of the ceiling, you can see the beautiful artwork of Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam. This artwork is the biggest in the world and is called the Horn of Plenty.

The old harbour

Oude haven Xventura Rotterdam Teambuilding

Rotterdam is a harbour city and is known for it all over the world. The old harbour is one of the oldest harbours in the city. Here you can see the old ships that are docked surrounded with bars and restaurant. This is the place to be in the summertime!

The White House, Rotterdam

the white house Rotterdam, speurtochten rotterdam

Once this was the highest skyscraper in Europe, nowadays, it is the smallest in Rotterdam. Built on the soft grounds right next to the Maas river, they needed to make sure to have a solid foundation. This paid off because it is one of the oldest building in Rotterdam and survived the bombing of world war II.

Contact

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