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Stadswapen Athens
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How does it work?

Escape Tour Athens


This game is in: English

We take a dive back in time to the year 117 of the Common Era. With the Escape Tour Athens, you get a glimpse into the life of Emperor Hadrian. This emperor was known as the man with the beard and was the hipster among the emperors at the time. That beard was his trademark, but it did not always bring him much luck…

Hadrian was very attached to his beard and therefore had it trimmed every day by the hairdresser Abdias. Because Hadrian spent so much time with his hairdresser, trust grew between them. Abdias was even involved in several major matters, such as tax increases, strategies and assassinations within the Senate. The residents got wind of this and organized a manhunt for the hairdresser. During the search, he suddenly disappeared and was never seen in Athens again.

Escape the city

The emperor had helped his hairdresser by taking him to the secret passage out of the city. With the Escape Tour, you go looking for this secret passage. You have two hours to complete all the assignments, decipher the clues and answer all the questions. Will you set a record time? Then you will have a chance to earn a place on the Escape Tour Wall of Fame for Athens! The citygame starts at the Zappeion. Good luck!

Available in the languages: English Nederlands

Start the game whenever you like
Approx. 2 hours
2-4 persons (per team)
€ 29,95 per team
Got any questions? Check the answers here.

How does it work?
1. Choose your city, pay easily online and receive direct instructions in your email to start the Escape Tour .
2. You can start the game whenever you like. Right now, tomorrow, next week, in a month...
3. Solve the mystery and escape within 2 hours. Become the winner of the month!
Fun facts
  • Most popular city: Utrecht
  • More than 13,000 played Escape Tours
  • Secret escape 8,100 times found
  • 34.000 walked kilometers