Adventures - Portorož - Piran

The disappearance of Tartini's violin

Are you adventurous enough to crack the mystery? Do you dare to take up the challenge and venture into an exciting city quest? Welcome to the original interactive game that combines elements of the Escape Room with a 3D avatar using augmented reality – all for the first time on the city streets of Slovenia. Take up the challenge that puts your brains, ingenuity and co-ooperative skills to the test and find the Tartini's violin.

60 € / skupino

How does the game work?

10 minutes before we begin, we get to the starting point, where the team explains the rules of the game, gives the encrypted bag of Professor Gabriel and a tablet with an application that will be used as a gaming supplement. The team then has 60 minutes to find the right location, cope with all the challenges and complete the challenge. The whole time of the game is monitored by the gamemaster team through GPS tracking, by walkie talkie, and directed, if necessary, with a hint for the right path.

The game can be played in three different languages (Slovene, English and Italian).

This innovative test is waiting for you and with the challenge that lies ahead, only you can be successful as a team. Do you dare to accept the challenge and venture into an exciting city adventure?

Duration: 1 hour
Meeting point: Piran

Additional payments

In case there are 6 players in the group, the extra cost is 15€.

Why choose this game?

The disappearance of Tartini's violin is the theme of our game, which is designed for an urban environment and can host a team of 2 to 5 players. It is interwoven with many thoughtful and practical challenges in order for the team to reach the goal in 60 minutes, during which players must follow the story, discover hidden clues, decrypt the codes, solve original thematic puzzles, and raise the 3D avatar of augmented reality.

The event is suitable both for Escape Room enthusiasts as well as for all those who are curious to solve puzzles, train their brain and spend their free time doing something active. It is ideal for a group of friends, colleagues or family, birthday celebration, or team building, because within 60 minutes of a tough adventure, the team is involved, thinking, having fun, connecting and possibly discovering some hidden talent.