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
We begin whenever you like at Berlin Hauptbahnhof. The Winter Magic Rallye can be booked for a minimum of 2 hours. The goal is a restaurant at Hackescher Markt or at the Nikolaiviertel, where there’ll be a prize-giving ceremony lasting around half an hour.
With a stomach-warming drink, we will greet you close to the Berlin Hauptbahnhof. Following this, the participants are introduced to the game rules, divided into teams and equipped with the necessary tools, such as tour booklet, city map and torch.
Stocked with Glühwein and warm blankets we head out on an adventurous coach ride through a Christmas-illuminated Berlin. In the process, we explore playfully the winter world on Potsdamer Platz, the Christmas magic at Gendarmenmarkt as well as the Christmas market at the Opernpalais.
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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.Read all FAQ´s