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Picasso's Malaga (QUEST IN TEST MODE)

3
(3 ratings)
Created by
Jess Laughton
Play a city game where Pablo Picasso’s spirit will help you to uncover Málaga’s top places and teach you about its history. 

You will learn about the city’s Moorish and Roman ruins, famous artists, writers, as well as Picasso, and uncover the most iconic landmarks and hidden treasures.

Pay close attention though… You may need to help Picasso. He is trapped!
Free
  • No booking needed. Just download the app, add it to your quests and start playing.

Places you will visit

14

It will take you

57-87 mins

You will walk

5250 steps

Total distance

4 km

Highlights

Starting point

Puente de Tetuán

Know before you go

  • Quest available in English
  • This quest has 14 challenges

Storyline

You are a geologist, sent to study Málaga’s river, Guadalmedina, when you come across an interesting rock that begins to shake. Then suddenly... It speaks!

“Oh, ouch, what’s that noise… Hello?”

You nervously say hello at the talking rock.

“You found me! I’m Pablo Picasso, died 1973 in France, but I’m stuck in a rock at my birthplace Málaga. I’ll help you get to know Málaga if you can help me release my spirit! Deal?”

You look around, wondering if this is really happening.

“Deal,” you say.

“Great. We are going to uncover Málaga’s history! And mine too…”
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Guided by a mobile app

Download Questo, choose the game you want to play, then go to the starting point and explore.

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How does a
game look like?

Discover new places

As you walk and tour around the city, you will visit new cool places.

Solve puzzles, crack riddles

You will test your wits and exploring abilities with fun challenges.

Learn fun history

Each place comes with its own bit of history that you’ll discover as you walk.

Role-play

Put yourself in the shoes of a famous fictional character and play out their story.

Reviews

3
(3 ratings)

Toni Le Rigoleur

3
Nov 2020
1968?

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