Get to know the incredible story of Budapest by way of an adventurous trip! Budapest, as you have never seen before!
The current city view of Budapest can be connected to a single man in love who wanted to build „a new Vienna” in the heart of Hungary for his young wife. But how did the city look like earlier? Get to know the adventurous story of Budapest in the frame of a common game!
Human stories, expressive statues and secretive building facades make the city centre more colourful, reflecting a world which has been over but its memories are still vividly surrounding us. You can be enriched by the end of the game with such information which would make you think first that it has popped out of a Hollywood screenwriter’s head.Enquire now Download details
At the start of the program the participants are going to receive a certain route given in a puzzle. The first station of the program is to solve the puzzle, and this is where you have to complete different exciting tasks related to the city, such as search for castle walls or be in the footsteps of the Romans. By completing each task you may gather scores, and certainly there is a chance to obtain extra scores if each team happens to complete the tasks with the same excellent performance.
After completing a given task always a newer puzzle indicates the next station, and it goes on and on this way. Depending on the time available we are going to walk around interesting and remarkable parts of Buda or Pest within 3-3,5 hours, and if we have even more time for this purpose, both sides may be visited in the frame of the program.
Number of participants: from 6 to 600
Place : the game takes part in the downtown of Budapest, doesn’t need any specific place. At the starting and finishing ceremonies we need a separated room, area to keep the briefing and the award winning ceremony.
"The team members of Teamvision that we interacted with at the various stations were also a highlight of the experience. We were all greeted with enthusiasm and they were great communicators when explaining the historical significance of the different locations we visited. They encourage group participation and helped us to overcome any obstacles we encountered. Their support and enthusiasm helped immensely in making the entire experience a positive one. Lastly, the information that we learned was very interesting and unique to Budapest. Everyone commented on how neat the information was and how it was different than what we had learned in previous tours we had participated in. "
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