We'll meet in Piazzetta Pascoli and we'll start getting to know to each other. I'll explain you the rules of the game, I'll give you a map with places that you need to visit as well as riddles to solve for each one. You'll need to keep both your legs and head active to solve them in 1 hour and 45 min, but the reward will be worth the effort. Not to mention that, in the research, you will have the opportunity to discover what are, in my opinion, the true gems of the city. While you go searching, I'll stay at the starting point in case you need more hints. At the end of time you'll come back where we first met and together we'll go to a nearby bar where I'll tell you the history of the places you visited. I'll offer you a coffee and together we'll open the treasure chest after decoding the key! Every one of you will receive a certificate of participation, but only the winner will get the treasure! If you're looking for a different way to get to know the city or an original way of making a gift to someone or simply enjoying yourself, this is definetely the activity for you! On request it is possible to add small gifts or tickets supplied by you to the chest. IF YOU'RE A LARGE GROUP PLEASE CONTACT ME TO ARRANGE A CUSTOMIZED DISCOUNT Free for kids < 5!
I'm a photographer, cinematographer and university student living in Matera. I've always lived in Matera and I know the history of my place, my grandad who taught me the traditions and culture of our population used to live down the Sassi. I'm fascinated by treasure hunts and egnimas and since the little alleys of the Sassi of Matera look like a maze I've decided to combine both history and entertaiment to give you the opportunity to discover the European Capital of Culture in a totally different way!
- Coffee and Bottle of water
Certificate of participation and a treasure map + the winner will also get the treasure!
We'll meet in Piazzetta Pascoli and from there your research will begin! You'll go to the Tramontano Castle then down the little alleys of the Sasso Caveoso and Madonna dell' Idris church and we're not done yet! You'll keep going down the Sasso Caveoso to Piazza San Pietro for the last research but remember that you decide which place to go to first, there is not a rule although you gotta keep track of the time!
Comfortable shoes and a little torch ( the one included in your smartphone is great) for trasure hunts in the evenings. Also bring an umbrella and a k-way on rainy days.