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Open Rallye
Every Rallye is unique On a multifaceted across town Puzzle Tour, playfully discover the historical attractions on offer, and learn about the essential background behind Berlin’s many surprising peculiarities.

Team spirit, thinking and looking “out of the box”, creativity, subtlety, are the keys to solving sophisticated problems and exercises, and fulfilling interactive missions.

Number of participants
The Open Rallye is for singles, couples, and small groups..

Start & Destination & Duration
The Open Rallye usually takes place every Saturday between the months of May and September. The start point is the Berlin Cathedral (on the lawn between the Cathedral and the Alte Nationalgalerie). The reception and explanation of the rules of the game last about 15 min and the Rallye about 3 hours in total. Afterwards there is an evaluation and prize-giving ceremony in a restaurant near Hackescher Markt, so the entire event ends around 7 pm.

The Concept
After a tasty reception and a quick briefing on the game rules, teams are formed. For revitalization and orientation, you’ll be provided with a city map, tour booklet and power-snacks to take with you on the way.

Sleuth your way on foot through the heart of Berlin-Mitte. Along the way, you’ll discover a world of intrigue and curiosity behind Berlin’s attractions.

The city Rallye consists of questions and riddles to solve and ends with a creative exercise. In addition to the fun sightseeing you have the opportunity to meet interesting people from Berlin and around the world. The Berlin Rallye takes place in two languages, German and English!

For more of the conditions of the Berlin Rallye – Open Rallye click here

More questions?
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FAQ - Questions and Answers

Weather and Outdoors
What counts as bad weather? Bad weather is relative and depends more so on your clothing and equipment (bring an umbrella!) than on personal attitudes. To us objectively bad weather is when the activities have become dangerous because of thunderstorms for example. In such cases you can either postpone or cancel the Rallye. Participate in the next Rallye or get your money back – it’s up to you!

How fit must participants be?
Not a bit! We assure you that no high-level sports performances are required! The most important thing is to have fun guessing, questioning, testing yourself, making up rhymes, combining concepts and learning.

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