2. Utrecht: Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and Tour
Get to know Utrecht at your own pace on this interactive scavenger hunt walking tour played on your phone. Decipher riddles, interact with the most important attractions of the city, and unlock interesting facts and legends. An ideal outdoor activity for first time visitors, couples, groups, families, and children. Can be used as a great team-building activity. After downloading the scavenger hunt tour on your mobile device (via a link and login credentials received upon booking), use the mobile app and integrated maps to reach 10 of Utrecht’s most important attractions on foot. At each stop, learn about the attraction and solve a location-based riddle that can only be solved if you reach the specific location. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to unlock the correct code and reveal the next destination of the city sightseeing game. At each stop, learn about the attraction and solve a location-based riddle that can only be solved if you reach the specific location. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to unlock the correct code and reveal the next destination of the tour. Start the activity whenever you like and enjoy the flexibility to pause your game at any time to take a break, snap the perfect photos, stop for lunch, or visit a museum. Choose to continue the tour later or save the rest for another day. In the history-filled city of Utrecht you will first visit the beautiful Oude Mannen En Vrouwenhuis. Then the unique Museum Speelklok and then the irreplaceable Oudegracht. This wonderful route continues to the Utrecht University Hall. As a fifth stop you will find the Dom Tower. As you continue your walk through the city you will find the interesting St Martin's Cathedral. Of course, the Pieterskerk could not be missing from this tour. In addition, you will also admire the Park Lepelenburg. The penultimate destination is the enviable Joods Monument. While the icing on the cake of this unique tour could not be other than the Railway Museum.