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Potsdam 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 City Rallye starts with a minimum of 6 people

Start & Goal & Duration
The Rally starts at a time suitable to you at Luisenplatz, centrally located in front of the Brandenburg Gate. The team-up takes about 15 minutes. Two teams start at the same time and follow opposite directions to manage the same jobs.

The Potsdam Rallye Classic takes place on foot, lasts three hours and ends in a location of your choice at Luisenplatz, where the 45-minute evaluation & award ceremony takes place.

The Concept
After the welcome and a short introduction to the rules of the game, the group is divided into teams. Then the puzzle adventure can begin! Equipped with the necessary rally equipment, the teams take off.

Teams puzzle your way from station to station through the center of Potsdam on foot and discover parts of the Sanssouci Park, Hegelallee, the city center with the Dutch Quarter, the Neuer Markt, Breite Strasse and much more.

With bicycles you can furthermore explore the Russian Colony Alexandrowka, the New Garden with the Cecilienhof Palace up to the Glienicke Bridge (individual tour).

You will discover curiosities and specialties behind the Potsdam sights. The city rally consists of questions & puzzles to be solved and includes some team tasks. Language: German/English

For more on the conditions for the Potsdam Rallye click here

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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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