Going to Rome?
I love to travel and it's something I do often. So you can't have too many experiences and see too many places. That is why I have once again packed my suitcase and taken you on a journey of discovery. This time the trip goes to Rome!
I love Rome. There are so many amazing historical experiences. I can't count how many times I've visited the Colosseum. In addition, you just can't get enough of the classic Italian food, Italy is the home to pasta, pizza and, not least, Gelato.
Rome is the perfect city to go on a self-guided city tour, All the surroundings are so beautiful, and the fantastic culture can be experienced on every street corner. When you then have the opportunity to combine it with a true crime murder mystery, it just doesn't get any better if you ask me.
With the mystery hunt "Murder at the Pantheon" you get both traditional attractions and also shown the hidden stars you wouldn't normally come across.
On the 2 km long walk you will of course pass the Pantheon, but also Piazza Navona, the Piazza di Sant'Ignazio and many other fantastic locations, known as well as hidden wonders - I always love to come across something unexpected.
In addition to getting a fantastic true crime element on the self-guided tour around Rome, where you will solve a lot of exciting tasks on your route. Is this also perfect for you who want a flexible experience and drive the spontaneous style, and therefore don't want too many things planned in advance.
The mystery hunt can be started, paused and ended exactly as you wish.
Every time I'm out on a new mystery hunt, my friend and I always discuss who the perpetrator is over a local drink (You only live once). When we have reached an agreement on the perpetrator, the true story is read over a local specialty, this time it was a classic Spaghetti Carbonara.
"Murder at the Pantheon" will appeal to everyone, you get all the good things from a city walk, combined with elements from escape rooms, while learning about a true murder mystery. You don't have to arrange anything yourself, everything is delivered to you from the pick-up point, and we recommend that you leave the phone in your pocket - I can't think of an argument why you shouldn't try this on your trip to Rome
Should there be more of you going together, I recommend that you make it a competition - who doesn't love a competition?
Buy more mysteries and the group that finishes first wins - The prize could be that the losers get a gelato
Should you have any tips for a trip to Rome that I have forgotten, or a suggestion for where my next trip should be, please let me know in the comments section.
True crime geek, and supporter of a unique city walk