Murska Sobota Standard - The Pursuit of Everlasting Youth
Murska Sobota was part of Hungary until 1918 and gets its name from the Hungarian Muraszombat, szombat meaning Saturday. This refers to the weekly markets and fairs that were held in the city, on a Saturday.
This Mini Adventure is perfect for four-legged friends as part of it is situated in the City Park which is an English-style landscaped park with a pond and a playground, should you need a break from exploring. In the centre of the park, Sobota Castle can be found. It's an impressive 16th-century building which houses the award-winning Murska Sobota Regional Museum. An avenue lined with 200-year-old trees leads you from here to the Evangelical Church. The mission then directs you on to the mighty Victory Monument, and then into the hub of the city and to the market area which has seen traders come and go for many, many years.
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This walking Mini Adventure is approximately 1.5km long and depending on your pace, takes around 2 hours to complete.
This Mini Adventure is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
This Mini Adventure is suitable for all ages from 5 to 85.
One Mini Adventure map will be enough for 6 people.
Free answer sheet included - sealed, so it's not too easy to cheat but accessible if you get stuck.
Choose to reward your little explorers with a special memento of the day. A Mini Adventurer Certificate signed by the Master of Seekers himself can be sent too. At the time of choosing your Mini Adventure, just pop a certificate in the basket along with your other items.