After losing her father, a renowned explorer, young Emma is left under the care of her stepmother, a woman steeped in old-fashioned ways and resentment, along with her two daughters: the “ever-beauty-obsessed” Margarita and the “never-had-enough-Nutella” Alelí. Although Emma tries to get along with her “new family,” they make it difficult for her, relegating her to the role of the family’s new servant. From then on, she’s no longer called Emma but “Cinderella.”
However, Emma dreams of traveling and exploring like her father did, eagerly awaiting the right moment to break free and become independent. The amusing mice, Pepe and Lola, become her adventurous companions.
Meanwhile, in the palace, King Juan urges his son, Alberto, to marry and assume his rightful place. Yet, Alberto possesses an adventurous spirit and wishes to explore the world. He devises a plan, aided by his clumsy but loyal servant, Tinín, to make his dreams come true.