Begin your date with the Dam in the very heart of the city. Which building is built on 13,659 wooden piles? Where does Dam Square get its name? Which family lives in the hearts of the Dutch? You better be ready to find out on this mini-quest around the legendary Dam Square. Let's go!
Curious to know more about Amsterdam's Red Light District, one of the most famously titillating districts in the world? This quest invites to sink your teeth into a world of the forbidden, of drugs and prostitution, which attracts tourists worldwide, eager to explore its shadows. Are you over 18? I'm ready to divulge all its secrets...
Starting from the Royal Palace, this quest will lead you around the chocolate-box buildings and canals over to Museumplein, the home of the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum. Along the way, you'll be dodging some bicycles, tasting some herring, learning about modern Dutch habits and, of course, simply enjoying a wander through beautiful Amsterdam.
In this mini-quest, you will guess the anti-fascist resistance's password; learn how one can become the head of Europe's first printing press, but lose everything because of one single book; and even visit the Bermuda Triangle. If you're lucky, you'll make it through safe and sound! Are you up to the challenge?
Situated in the very heart of Vienna, the Hofburg is one of the most famed royal residences in the world. That said, it is highly unusual for Europe: it is a combination of different eras that can confuse and captivate in its history and hallways alike. Together, we will explore its main attractions and their place in Austrian history.
Vienna's famous Belvedere is both an important historical site and the most visited art museum in Austria. It houses the world's largest collection of Klimt's works - including his world-famous "The Kiss"! In this quest, you'll get up close and personal with the palace's permanent exhibition and its two dominant themes: love and war.
During this mini-quest, you'll get to: visit the two squares that make up "the heart of London"; share your sympathies with the locals surviving chilly conditions; and find out what gift the Canadian Government received from London's main square. Ready? Let's get started!
Is there an Isle of Dogs in London? Under which oak did Elizabeth I used to enjoy her picnics? Does London really have less rainfall than Rome? You can discover the answers to these questions and more on our quest around the London Borough of Greenwich. Camera at the ready, there will be plenty of great photo opportunities. Let's get going!
Why is Berlin lucky to still have a few trams left? Who is recognised as the second greatest German in all German history? Why do Berliners believe that time can bring down any wall? Get ready to find out on this our mini-quest around Berlin. Let's go!
You are cordially invited on a quest around Mitte - the historical heart Berlin! All of the city's top sights are located within walking distance of this very district: the TV tower on Alexanderplatz, Unter den Linden, the Brandenburger Gate, and Museum Island. Let's get going, on our quest through Berlin's history!
On this quest, you'll uncover a million and one secrets of Berlin. You'll: come across growling lions and a drunken toad; unravel the secret symbolism of the dragon; come face-to-face with the ghost that continues to haunt the city; examine knights' helmets and their coats of arms; and learn about who used to drink “to brotherhood”.
The City of London is not only one of the capital's key historical areas, but also the centre of world business. In this quest, you will: climb to the top of a secret panoramic platform and chill in a rooftop garden, and even see where the first Harry Potter movie was shot on your way to Diagon Alley. Get ready, this promises to be an adventure!