Discover Radebeul in a different way with an exciting treasure hunt. Solve the puzzles as you explore the wineries in the city, the Karl May Museum, and the narrow-gauge railway. Enjoy a fun experience for the whole family with this unique city tour.
What to Expect
Explore Radebeul in a unique way with a scavenger hunt tour of the city. The game box contains 11 sealed and numbered envelopes holding tasks for you to complete. Led by unambiguous directions, make your way through the vineyards of Radebeul on foot and solve the puzzles to find your way to the next destinations on the tour.
When you solve a clue, you will get a number that indicates the number of the next envelope, and you will not know the sequence of opening the envelopes before the scavenger hunt. For each attraction, you will get detailed background information on the history, today’s use, and much more.
Let yourself be carried away on an exciting and extraordinary tour and decide for yourself when to start the scavenger hunt through Radebeul as well as also how long you want to spend at each attraction. Take a break at any time or continue on your scavenger on another day of your choice.
Along the way, numerous cafes and restaurants provide the perfect spot to take a break when you get tired. This scavenger hunt through Radebeul is a fantastic experience for the whole family.
Discover well-known Radebeul wineries and let yourself be tempted by an exclusive wine tasting. Visit the famous Wackerbarth Palace, the Hoflössnitz Palace winery, or the Aust vineyard.
Stroll through the vineyards to the public observatory, the Bismarck Tower, and the unmissable Spitzhaus stairway. Learn all about the famous son of Radebeul at the Karl May Museum or ride on the famous Lössnitzdackel narrow-gauge railway.
Booking a specific time for your scavenger hunt city tour is not necessary; simply order the game box and it will be sent to you or available for pick up in Dresden within the opening hours by prior arrangement.
What's Not Included
- Additional entrance fees for tours, visits, etc.
- Costs for the use of public transport
Know Before You Go
Please note that the postage may take up to 3 business days. You can pick up the game box in Dresden from Monday to Friday by arrangement.
Allow for approximately 4 hours to complete your city game. The starting point to the end point is approximately 10 kilometers.