Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see.
Enjoy the city in a unique way with this pub trail. Walk through the city center and search for the most interesting places with GPS. Solve questions and do assignements and visit 3 great pubs in the city center for fun assignments at each pub. Try to set the high score within your team and win great prices!
Everything on your smartphone. The pub trail is a unique combination of a pub crawl, a scavenger hunt and a city walk. All-in-One.
The Pub Trail has no time limit - you can start, extend or stop when it suits you! It is offered in multiple languages and it takes about 2,5 hour to complete.
How does it work?
When booking you will receive an email with instructions on how to play the Pub Trail on your smartphone. With a free online app, compatible with Android or IPhone. Once at the starting point, you will start your pub crawl through the city, it's that easy!
Discover the city of Groningen by playing a fun and educational city-challenge. Walk through the city, search for clues, solve mysteries, and liberate Groningen from the German warlord Christoph Bernhard Freiherr von Galen. Are you ready for battle?
You will dive into a story about the Siege of Groningen in 1672. For multiple centuries, in the northern part of the Netherlands, yearly on August 28th, the liberation of Groningen is celebrated. This celebration is called ‘Bommen Berend’ among locals and its a festivity that is characteristically Gronings. Lots of people come to this celebration every year, but who is this Bommen Berend? And what is being celebrated exactly?
You decide when to start and when to take a break. The mix between freedom and adventure make this citygame the perfect activity for your time in Groningen.
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