In late 1806, Joachim Murat, the brother-in-law of Napoleon Bonaparte, came to power in the German Hanseatic city of Lübeck. In an attempt to prove himself to the "Emperor of the French," Murat went completely crazy. For example, the women of Lübeck were not safe when he was around, and he was convinced that the events of his life were caused by supernatural forces.
It soon became clear that the population was better off with the man who had driven Murat from the city (no sweetheart either, by the way). Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher responded to the call and summoned his fifteen thousand men to leave for the city. This was the signal for Murat to make a run for it!
Escape the city
Just like Joachim Murat, you will try to leave the city unseen with the Escape Tour Lübeck. With smartphone in hand, you will pass by the most beautiful places and get to work with riddles, assignments and clues. Will you manage to find the secret exit within 2 hours? Then you have a chance to win a spot on our Wall of Fame! The search starts at the Burgtor gate, good luck!