Unlock Zagreb: discover the fun side of Zagreb's old city streets

To everyone who would like to experience Zagreb in a completely new way or by taking an adventurous walk through the city and getting to know the fun side of Zagreb's well-known streets while at the same time discovering something new on every corner: now it is possible to find it in the exciting city adventure game Unlock Zagreb.

This is a new and original concept of an outdoor game, which through a romantic story from the 13th century gamifies the city's old town, thus transforming the streets into an exciting space, full of secrets, hidden codes and puzzles. Everyday buildings and the city sights become the keys that lead to the final solution.

The captivating and engaging adventure Unlock Zagreb starts at Krvavi most and follows a love story that is part of the city's lesser-known history. Equipped with a wooden book of riddles and their own practical and detective prowess, players set out along the paths of the brave knight in order to discover the secret and “unlock” Zagreb.

Players have 6 challenges to solve and for each solution is a new, even more challenging puzzle. Playing Unlock Zagreb doesn't require any prior knowledge, players typically set off in groups of 2 to 5. It's the ideal choice if you want to change the ordinary into the extraordinary, whether speaking about a birthday present for a friend, a family outing or even a romantic evening for a couple.

In order to “unlock” Zagreb it doesn't matter which language you speak or the age on your passport – in this game intended for all generations, tourists and local adventurers can enjoy one in the same. So unplug your monitors, close your laptops, log off your mobile phones and dive into playing in reality, in the outdoors, and help one of the oldest Zagreb love stories find its well-deserved happy ending.

Celebrities about Zagreb

The Fratellis (Jon)

The Fratellis (Jon)

Thanks to everybody who came to see us at the INmusic Festival! We're delighted by the city and hope to see you again.

Source: INmusic festival

Foals

Foals

We're excited about our first concert in Croatia and delighted that we had the opportunity to walk around the wonderful city of Zagreb.

Source: INmusic festival

Courtney Thorne Smith

Courtney Thorne Smith

Thank you for one of the best hotel experience ever. The rooms were extraordinary, the staff was great, and every moment was beautiful. And Zagreb... magical! All the best!

Source: Esplanade Zagreb Hotel

50Cent

50Cent

I was very looking forward to coming to Zagreb, especially because my mother travelled with me. My people found out everything about it, so that we could see the main stuff in the city!

Source: Hotel Antunović Zagreb

Melanie Fiona

Melanie Fiona

I am sorry that I have not had the opportunity to stay longer and see a little more, but the Jarun Lake and clubs impressed me, has all the elements of good entertainment.

Source: Hotel Antunović Zagreb

Alex Kapranos

Alex Kapranos

Alex Kapranos (Franz Ferdinand) wrote about Zagreb on his blog: http://bit.ly/nO3yin

Source: www.guardian.co.uk

Tommy Emmanuel

Tommy Emmanuel

I like Lisinski very much. It was very intense to perform there, because people came, listened carefully and felt the music in their hearts. Lisinski is a beautiful concert hall, and I am very honored to be performing there. I have wonderful memories of my first performance in Lisinski.

Source: www.muzika.hr

Juliette Gréco

Juliette Gréco

I remember Zagreb as a beautiful city, and the people I met were very nice and offered me a warm welcome. The audience was wonderful as well. Really, that concert has been like a lovely souvenir.

Source: www.muzika.hr

Baka DJ, Ruth Flowers

Baka DJ, Ruth Flowers

Zagreb is beautiful, but the people thrilled me the most. Everybody is so kind and outgoing. I could not wish for better hosts.

Source: Hotel Antunović Zagreb

David Byrne

David Byrne

If we leave out the hills in one part of the town, Zagreb is a perfect town for cycling. vid Byrne (Talking Heads) on releasing his book Cycling Diaries

Source: www.mvinfo.hr