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Our guide, Guilia, was fantastic! She made the experience fun for my 5 children and very informative for the adults. She could sense when the kids were starting to get restless and would engage them in the tour. They thoroughly enjoyed the scavanger hunt with trying to find the different pieces of art. This made the whole experience for my wife and I so much better. We got an education on the artwork and the kids were happy. I highly recommend this tour if you want to see the Uffizi with kids.

Really great opportunity to explore the streets of Florence while always learning some history. Does take some thinking but is rewarding when you figure out the answers. Only downfall is one of the answers was blocked by construction. However, doing it at night made the city more special as it was all lit up.

It was a really great way to explore the streets of a very fun part of the city and it gives you a reason to run around after dinner. I enjoyed the historic information about the different buildings and clues. It was really just good fun and the perfect way to end a whirlwind day in Florence.

It was a fun way of getting around Florence, discovering parts away from tourist hot spots. It also inspired us to research the actual story and theory of The monster of Florence. Would 100% recommend this to everyone as something to do in the evening.

Florence: Serial Killer Exploration Game and Tour Reviewed by Amanda, 11/20/2019

This is a fun way to explore with. You get a little bit of history about the places you have to find, while having fun. It was well worth doing, as it took you into some historical areas off the beaten track.