Scavenger Hunt: orientation tour in Marco Polo's footsteps

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

This orientation tour starts in St Mark’s Square for an introduction to the main sights and then we have a nice walk through the backstreets of a more residential neighbourhood, off the beaten paths, the lovely districts Cannaregio and Castello to get in touch with the hidden Venice. This itinerary gives us the oppurtunity of talking about the glorious past of the Serenissima Repubblica but also about nowadays real life and all your questions will be welcomed!

THE GAME

Exploring Venice by following the incredible adventure of Marco Polo, a real myth for every self-respecting explorer! This famous globe trotter was probably the first travel blogger in history: he travelled for 25 years the furthest regions of Asia from where he brought back to Venice several interesting souvenirs: one of them is amazing…which one? Follow your guide throughout Venice and solve all the games to find out this mysterious object!

IDEAL AGE

Ideal for kids from 5 to 12 years old

Duration

Up to 2 hours

Kind of tour

Oudoor scavenger hunt with game booklet based on a mystery to solve though riddles, puzzles, games such as “join the dots, put the letters in the correct order, multiple choice quizzes and things to find around)

GAME KIT

One game leaflet and a final little prize for every little detective

schedule

Available
AM or PM
on request

Addtional Fees

None

Dress code

Not required

Meeting point

Normally in St Mark's Square by the exit of the Doge’s Palace (Porta della Carta)

Combinations

This tour can be combined with the visit of St Mark's Basilica with an extra 30 minutes.

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Masks and kittens
Meeting new friends!
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What a great time!
A prize for each kid!
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A challenging teamwork!
Let's solve the puzzle!
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The mascaron face
Can you become so ugly?
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On the wishing well
The final solution is close!