Trenitalia organizes an escape game on board one of its trains

Trenitalia organizes an escape game on board one of its trains
Trenitalia organizes an escape game on board one of its trains

Six passengers chosen at random will be able to carry out the investigation aboard a Frecciarossa on June 11.

Original operation for Trenitalia which competes with SNCF on the high-speed line between Paris and Lyon. For the second year, the Italian railway company will organize an escape game on board one of its Frecciarossa trains, on June 11.

Organized by Prizoners, “a reference in the field of escape games”, participants “will have less than two hours to solve a series of puzzles. The investigation? Find a stolen work of art but also the authors of this theft. A unique way to give a new look to high-speed travel,” explains Trenitalia.

Two cars will be entirely dedicated to this escape game in order to ensure the safety of passengers and the comfort of all during the journey while “professional actors present on board on the day will play the characters of the investigation”.

Find the perpetrators of an art theft

Six travelers will participate in this game. To be selected (three prizes of two places to be won), you will have to follow the company’s Instagram account, like the post on the competition and comment on the game publication by tagging the person in it. his choice to participate in the escape game. A draw will do the rest.

“Since our arrival on the French market, we have been committed to offering travel conditions that leave an impression and provide a unique experience,” says Marco Caposciutti, president of Trenitalia France.

Last December, Trenitalia was pleased to have transported two million passengers since its launch at the end of 2021. Enough to make the train cake bigger and lower prices overall on the connection.

The fact remains that the operator would be in the red in France and would show a occupancy rate on Paris-Lyon lower than its expectations. Furthermore, the operator can no longer reach Milan from Paris following the major landslide in the Maurienne valley which took place last August.

The company nevertheless says it is “in line with its plans (with the exception of Maurienne), in terms of traffic, income… and beyond regarding customer satisfaction”.

Olivier Chicheportiche Journalist BFM Business

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