Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours - Brain Game
Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours: In a two-story building of 1920’s, at the junction of 12 Agias Theodoras street and Agias Sofias, in the center of Thessaloniki, the Brain Game company presents the most impressive concept we have seen regarding alternative amusement and escape rooms . The players have 60 minutes to escape from rooms full of riddles and puzzles that they have to solve.
Rooms with fascinating scenarios that take you to another place, with fine decoration, paying attention to the details, because the details make the difference.
Brain Game considers being one of the best family activities as it creates happier and healthier family bonds. It’s considered to be value for money in the relationship between value and price. Large corporations choose Brain Game in terms of HR, as it is considered to be the best means for team building. In Brain Game's escape rooms you sharpen your mind, you have fun, you laugh, you develop team spirit, and you escape from your daily routine.
By traveling in Asia and Europe, Brain Game presents something realistic and meticulous we have ever seen. It combines plausibility and imagination. It combines reality with a fairy tale. Even from the entrance of the building you can feel the unique atmosphere. You need observation, speed and team spirit.
According to international evaluation sites, escape rooms have surpassed in reviews even major sightseeing.
Illusions (Suitable for 2-6 people)
Trapped in your own mind. Trapped in your own dream. Guinea pigs of a secret government agency, which manipulates you against your own will, by administering injections with hallucinogens in order to control your mind and your dream. You find yourselves between reality and hypnosis. You do not have clarity. You have to balance your senses. You can’t realize the dimensions. The secret agents who captured you are attending a meeting which will last for 60 minutes. That is all the time you have to escape from your illusions.
The Ring (Suitable for 2-6 people)
Everything starts with the mysterious and sudden death of a perfectly healthy girl and the gang. Her cousin shocked, nurses in a psychiatry clinic of Seattle. The only she says is for a girl with long black hair and a videotape. There is an urban legend about this tape. You mustn’t for any reason to see. If you succumb to the temptation to watch, you must solve the mystery behind the tape, otherwise Samara Morgan will visit you. You have the strength and the courage to discover what has happened and not to come into contact with the Samara.
Orient Express (Suitable for 2-5 people)
We find ourselves at 1934, when Orient Express begins its journey from Paris heading to Istanbul. During the course, Mr. Samuel Edward Ratchette is murdered. You are part of a group, which is directly involved to the crime. FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME in escape room’s history, the murderer lies between the players.
Prison Madness (Suitable for 2-4 people)
A paranoid killer has kidnapped you and has locked in the basement of his house, which he has turned into a prison cell. The psychopath killer enjoys having his victims in the cell before he kills them. Time stops at the moment the killer sleeps heavily and you have exactly 60 minutes to escape before his alarm clock starts ringing.
v Seven(Suitable for 2-6people)
According to tradition, purification of the soul comes only if you do not succumb to the seven deadly sins or by penance. In room SEVEN you are faced with your own weaknesses and passions. You are faced with wrath, lust, sloth, envy, greed, gluttony and pride. Will you manage to resist the seven deadly vices and obtain salvation? Bear in mind, though, that the avenging killer representing the Divine Judgment is lurking.
The Museum (Suitable for 2-6 people)
You are placed in one of the most historic and rich museums of the planet. It is rumored that, in the sector of the ancient Greek culture is located the mythical diamond that Paris gave to Helen. The surveillance system will stop working today due to repair. You have 60 minutes to become the world’s richest person before the alarm goes off.
Pablo Escobar (Suitable for 2-6 people)
Pablo Emilio Escobar was a Colombian criminal and the leader of Medellin drug cartel. By 1989 he had become the 7th richest man in the world. He even promised to pay off his country’s public debt to the tune of 10 billion dollars. A notorious slaughterer and drug lord, he had been wanted for years by the police. At some point, due to a phone call to his son, the police authorities tracked down his hiding place, somewhere in the woods of Colombia. You are the DEA Special Agents who are in charge of finding and arresting him. You have 60 minutes to hunt the legendary drug dealer down.
Duration: 60 minutes.
Start/opening time: Monday-Friday: 4pm – 12am | Saturday-Sunday: 11am – 12:30am.
Min. Age: 12 years.

Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours - Mystery game V.I.P - Private
Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours: Mystery, intrigue and drama aplenty are on the card with a live action role play mystery game in Thessaloniki. This is a great way to get to know others or for team building. In this particular game, members of a reading club will unintentional witnesses to a crime in which the perpetrators unleash a hunt to trace them.
A live action role-playing game is where participants physically act out their characters' actions. The players pursue goals within a fictional setting represented by the real world, while interacting with each other in character. Here, the players are trapped by the dilemmas facing them: should they follow the clues and investigate until the truth is found? Should they stay away from the heat and protect themselves? Should they be the anonymous hand of justice? This is a scenario based on forensic riddles, simple technology and a lot of role playing.
The outcome of player actions may be mediated by game rules, or determined by consensus among players. Event arrangers called game masters, storytellers or narrators, decide the setting and rules to be used and facilitate play.
There are two options: the VIP Game with a minimum of five players and a maximum of 10, and the Group Game Minimum for 11 to 20 participants. This mystery game allows you to add a touch of drama to your stay in Thessaloniki.
Meeting/pick-up point: Oxygono bookstore at No. 81 Olympou, opposite the Roman Forum.
Start/opening time: Monday to Friday 9.30am.
End/closing time: 6pm.

Available until 31 October 2017
Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours - Thessaloniki sightseeing - Hop on-hop off
Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours: Explore Thessaloniki and its treasure chest of attractions with the hop on-hop off sightseeing bus tour that combines convenience with everything you need to know about this fascinating city and more. Known as Salonica in the past and once home to a vibrant community of Sephardic Jews, modern Thessaloniki boasts no fewer than 15 Unesco World Heritage Sites, many of which can be seen during the tour.
There are eight stops during the tour, which lasts about 80 minutes, with regular departures. Audioguides are available in eight languages. This is the ideal way to discover the city reverently known as the co-capital due to its importance in the Byzantine Empire.
The first stop on the tour is the White Tower, the symbol of the city. Its origins are defensive from the 15th century though it was later a prison. Today it is used by the Byzantine Museum of Thessaloniki. There is also a stop at the Archaeological Museum, which has five sections dedicated to ancient Macedonia.
The world heritage churches of Agia Sofia and Agios Dimitrios are serviced by a stop each, allowing you to alight and visit if you wish. So, too, are the Byzantines city walls and the Arch of Galerius along with the Rotunda of Agios Giorgios. The seventh stop is at Aristotle Square, the heart of the city that rose from the ashes of the great fire of 1917. The final stop is at the port, which has always been Thessaloniki’s window on the outside world.
Start/opening time: 9.30am all year round, with departures every 40 minutes in summer (June, July, August and September) and at weekends. Otherwise, every 80 minutes.
End/closing time: Between 4.10pm and 8.10pm depending on the season
Languages: Audioguides in English, Greek, German, French, Russian, Romanian, Spanish and Serbo-Croatian.
Voucher validity: 2 days.

Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours - Thessaloniki treasure hunt
Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours: A live action role-playing game is a game where you physically act out a character’s actions. Players pursue goals within a fictional setting represented by the real world, while interacting with each other in character. The outcome of player actions may be mediated by game rules, or determined by consensus among players. Event arrangers called game masters, storytellers or narrators, decide the setting and rules to be used and facilitate play.
The game begins when you receive a letter from a law firm in Thessaloniki informing you of a will that mentions you by name. As it is explained in the letter, you and your team had a distant and rather eccentric uncle who left you with ‘…a very important and valuable share…’. The document also makes clear that in order to comply with your uncle’s wish, you must go through a series of trials devised by him to test your will, devotion and respect to the things he believed in and the city he loved more than anything else. Every trial gives a bonus, a fragment of the final treasure. Gather all fragments, piece them together and the treasure is yours.
You will visit the Roman Market in Aristotelus Square, the Central Food Market Modiano and an antique shop in the heart of the city. Games last between 90-100 minutes. Meeting point: Gate at Roman Market in Aristotelus Square.
Languages: Available in English.
Restrictions: Children must be aged older than 6 to take part.
Others: Included: leader of the game, equipment that will be used during game, bottled water, small souvenir, proffessional guide at sites.

Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours - VIP Jewish Jewels in Thessaloniki - Private
Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours: This excursion is designed to honour the rich and creative Jewish heritage of Thessaloniki. From 1492 to 1912, the Jewish community was the largest of all ethnic groups living in the city. The thriving section of the population set the tone of Thessaloniki, and this is why the city was widely referred to as the Jerusalem of the Balkans.
Despite a devastating fire towards the end of World War I, which destroyed many of the Jewish monuments, and the almost total annihilation of the Jewish community during the German occupation in World War II, a number of landmarks remain. Walk around the city centre with your personal professional guide, who has deep knowledge of the history and the present of the Jews. You will pay tribute to a once vivid and thriving community and get told the story hidden behind. Visit the Venizelou, Ladadika, Holocaust Memorial, Jewish Museum, Modiano Market, Yad L’zichron Synagogue, Louloudadika (Yahudin Hamami) and other sites associated with the never-to-be-forgotten Sephardim.
Meeting point: Your hotel.
Times: Monday to Saturday starts at 9:30am. Alternative start time can be arranged upon request. Tour lasts four hours.
Language: Available in English.

Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours - VIP Ottoman Empire - Private
Thessaloniki Excursions & Tours: Thessaloniki was once the largest city in the European part of the Ottoman Empire, with a multicultural society of Jews, Greeks, Bulgarians, Turks, Armenians and more. It was also the birthplace of the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
Together with your personal, professional guide you will visit Bezesteni bazaar, one of the very few remaining Ottoman buildings, which has preserved its original use over the years. You will walk in front of the Bey Cami and Alac Imaret. The tour includes stops at the symbol of the town, the White Tower, and the church of Saint Dimitrios, which was converted into a mosque by the Ottomans and has been restored several times. Next stop will be at Eptapyrgio castle, also known by its Turkish name ‘yedi kulle’. (The house of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk can be visit upon arrangement. The house remains closed for restauration till further notice. Only the court yard can be visited. )
Meeting point: Your hotel.
Times: Monday to Friday starts at 9:30am. Alternative start time can be arranged upon request. Tour lasts four hours.
Language: Available in English.
Others: White tower ticket is not included