A Journey Through the History of Gameshows

The rounds are as follows. Spelling Bee (1930s), People are funny (1950s), A question of sport (1960s), The Generation Game and Blankety Blank (1970s), Countdown and Wheel of Fortune (1980s), Fun house, You bet and Who Wants to Be a Millionare (1990s), Pointless, Deal or No Deal, Only Connect and Minute to Win it (2000s).

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Online Scavenger Hunt, Private Booking

Game Day Schedule
1. Players Join Zoom Call: 5 min
2. Presentation of Rules and FAQ: 10 min
3. Warm-up game: 2 min
4. First half of gameplay: 20/30 min
5. Half time: 5 min
6. Warm-up game: 2 min
7. Second half of gameplay: 20/30 min
8. Video screening of the game’s events and a round-up of the scores: 30 min 
Our Online Scavenger Hunts typically last between 100min – 120min.

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Flamenco and tapas in Triana

This tour is an opportunity to discover the history of flamenco and its roots. The mixture of diverse cultures in Andalusia was the perfect breeding ground for the development of this art that is considered Intangible World Heritage. We will start in the neighborhood of Triana, specifically in the Plaza del Altozano with a walk through one of […]

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Evening tradicional walking tapas tour

This cultural and culinary experience in Zaragoza is all about the influenced by its northern and eastern Mediterranean neighbors. The gastronomy of Zaragoza also has abundant orchards in the Ebro basin, so its excellent fruits and vegetables are present in many of its dishes. I’ll take you to the local market to learn about the […]

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Route of the tapas through the city center

Our visit will begin with an explanation of the most important monument, the Alcazaba de Almería, where our guide will tell you the story and make an introduction over the city. Then we will walk the streets of the historic city center to reach the Church of San Juan, the old Arab mosque. After this […]

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