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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
On foot tours start at a time of your choosing in the Freundschaftinsel, about 5 minutes from Potsdam Main Station. The final destination is reached some three hours later – a restaurant in the city centre at Luisenplatz. There the prize-giving ceremony takes place.

The Concept
At the reception, you will be offered an array of tasty treats, given a quick briefing on the game rules, and placed in a team. For orientation, you’ll be provided with a city map, and tour booklet, and, for revitalization, power-snacks to take with you on the way.

Participants go on a walking tour through the centre of Potsdam, solving puzzles to get from station to station, discovering the delights of the Old and New Markets, Breite Straße, a part of the Sanssouci Park, and the city centre with its Dutch Quarter.

With bikes one can also explore the Russian colony, Alexandrowka, as well as the New Garden with the Schloss Cecilienhof and then go further along to Glienicker Brücke (individual tour).

Along the way, you’ll discover a world of intrigue and curiosity behind Potsdam’s attractions. The city Rallye consists of questions and riddles to solve and ends with a creative exercise.

For more on the conditions for the Potsdam Rallye click here

More questions?
Contact us, we are happy to advise you!

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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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