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Barcelona Halloween Ghost Hunt
Thinking about what to do for Halloween in Barcelona? Look no further! Get freaky with us this Halloween in Barcelona on a super creepy scavenger hunt through the city’s haunted Gothic Quarter.
Barcelona Halloween Ghost Hunt
What to do for Halloween in Barcelona? Put on your most wicked costume and channel the walking dead to discover the sinister secrets of the Catalan capital’s past.
Join other restless souls wandering the darkened streets in a quest to uncover the mysteries behind Barcelona’s local legends. A unique way to explore Stoke’s home city, this is the weirdest and wildest Halloween you’ll ever have!
This is the perfect way to discover the spooky history of your favourite city, and have some fun to compliment the more historic, but no less strange, Spanish Halloween traditions. Stoke Travel loves this town almost as much as we love having as much fun as is humanly (inhumanly? Ghoulishly?) possible.
What’s included in the Barcelona Ghost Hunt?
Stoke’s Halloween Barcelona Ghost Hunt includes a Stoke swag bag filled with Scavenger Ghost Hunt clues, map and Stoke swag. Entry into Barcelona’s biggest and best Halloween party, prizes for the winners and best costume, face-painting for those who want to be extra creepy, and an evening full of unforgettable frights and delights!
Your journey begins in a central Barcelona bar, where you will need some Dutch courage as you hear terrifying tales from the rich history of the Mediterranean port city. Then you’ll be given clues to hunt these ghouls and commence your evening of spooks, spoofs and spine tingling encounters. At each stop your team will have to complete a Halloween challenge and snap photos and videos as proof before moving on to the next challenge. The quickest team to make it to the final destination having hit up all of the haunted check-points, completed the Halloween challenges, and uncovered the mystery, wins an amazing prize from Stoke Travel! Then we’ll enjoy the music and shake our stuff Thriller-style at Barcelona’s biggest Halloween Party and get freaky with all our new crazy friends! You can make teams with your friends (6 or so people), or if you want to meet masked beautiful friends, let us put you into teams with new travelers!
*The actors on the challenge stops will be speaking in English but very easily understood and hell who cares anyway it’s going to be wild.
Looking for Halloween costume ideas and places to buy them in Barcelona? We’ve got you.
12:00pm - 5:30pm
Face painting is available at €8 per person. If you want to reserve a spot for more elaborate face painting, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From 5:00PM the teams are welcome to join us in the private upstairs bar of the George Payne.
6:00pm - 8:00pm
FREE facepainting (just little designs we have a lot of people to get through).
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Private beer and sangria bar (remember you must have purchased this online in advance).
Check-in closes and the ghost hunt introduction takes place.
8:30pm - 11:30pm
Teams pick up their swag bags and first teams start the Ghost Hunt around Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter.
10:30pm - 11:30pm
Groups start to arrive at the final checkpoint and we start the after party!
The home of Gaudi, Dali, the 1992 Olympics, FCB and the French Bulldog.
It’s a tourist Mecca. Thousands upon millions upon billions of sun-seeking, fun-loving revellers flock here every year and there’s a bloody good reason for it. It’s because Barcelona is awesome. It has a bit of everything, but still retains a small city vibe. The nightlife is nothing less than hectic and intense, the day life is a myriad of colours, sites, sounds, smells, street performers and sangria.
It’s a place you’ve just gotta see. And we’re pretty much experts… if we do say so ourselves… so we’ll show you Barcelona from the Stoke point of view.
Meeting Place: The George Payne
How to get here?
Take the metro (L1 / L4), cab or walk down and meet us at The George Payne – Plaça d’Urquinaona, 5, 08010 Barcelona
Check in opens from 6:00pm, and closes at 8:00pm, but if you are coming for the beer bar that starts at 7:00pm remember to get there early to check in first.
Come fly to us
Wherever you are in the world you can fly to Barcelona. Ryanair and Easyjet are budget favourites that fly to Barcelona regularly. One thing to remember is that Girona Airport which is sometimes the cheapest option is an hour by bus from downtown Barcelona.
Choo choo train
Buses are for legends
What time do we meet?
How long is the Ghost Hunt?
Stoke Travel’s Halloween Ghost Hunt was the funniest night I’ve had in ages.
I didn’t think Halloween was a big thing in Barcelona, but this event was amazing!
So much fun, what a great evening.
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