Welcome to the city on the Spree! Here you will find suitable team events in Berlin for every group and every occasion, as well as other ideas to bring new momentum and motivation into your everyday working life.
Our online horse racing game: train, sabotage and bet your way to the top in duels with other teams!
Identify essential elements to create a (working) atmosphere during this exciting event.
Our BESTSELLER! The mobile teambuilding in the style of Escape the Room. Playable everywhere in the world!
Save the world with your team and defeat the nasty virus that destroys cooperation and teamwork!
Create a lasting memory and visualize goals & company values.
Shoot a movie trailer with your team and look forward to the atmospheric Oscar ceremony in the circle of colleagues.
And the Oscar goes to... Shoot an award-worthy film trailer with your colleagues from your home office and take part in the virtual...
If a jolt of energy is what you were looking for, you have come to the right place!
You and your team can overcome anything if you link up to build a bridge and find out what is your keystone.
A simple game taken to a spectacular level. Everyone knows dominoes. Chain Reaction takes that game and supercharges it. Tip over...
The CSI Chief Inspector is at a loss and asks your team for assistance in a murder case!
A celebrity vintner is found dead among his vines. Can you shed light on this mystery and find his killers?
Diamonds are forever, or so they say. But are you bold enough to risk everything in a daring jungle raid for the precious gems?...
Develop your best sales pitch for a product the world has been waiting for. Who is harder to convince, investors keenly looking...
Escape the city with your team in this exciting city adventure.
Get out of the forest of terror in this unique geocaching team event! Find and solve the tricky puzzle stations.
Become a candidate of the virtual quiz show and follow the score in real time. In the livestream, our charming moderator comments...
This multifaceted online event takes participants to a virtual festival site. Who will walk off the stage as the winner after the...
Haka is pure power! It serves above all to motivate and is therefore particularly suitable as an activating team-building measure....
Puzzle your way through this team challenge with your team and discover unimagined creativity together!
In this unique team building event, the entire staff becomes an orchestra.
In this online management planning game, you take on the role of expedition leaders and lead your customers to the virtual roof...
You and your colleagues become part of a virtual quiz show around the topic of Christmas and participants of an entertaining guessing...
In Race Around The Christmas World Online, individuals compete with their colleagues to save Christmas. Teamwork, communication...
It took Phileas Fogg 80 days to circumnavigate the world. In this day and age you will have to be a bit quicker than that…
Build a raft with your team in this action-packed team event.
Here everyone is in the same boat. Book a fun-filled, exciting rafting tour on the Rhine or on the Sieg!
As a team, build a real prosthetic hand that will make a lasting difference in someone's life.
Assemble a prosthetic hand online with your colleagues for those in need.
Put on a virtual reality headset and help your team on their rescue mission in another dimension!
Befreien Sie mit Ihrem Team einen Teenager, der in der virtuellen Welt gefangen ist. Die Zeit läuft und nur mit einer guten Kommunikation...
An exciting business trading simulation about diamonds, alcohol and tobacco. Also playable in pirate style!
A playful expedition in the historic old town of the "most beautiful city in Germany", Cologne on the Rhine.
A playful expedition in the old town of the capital of NRW and home to the "longest bar in the world".
A playful expedition in the old town of Frankfurt am Main with lots of fun and interesting facts.
A Christmas rally through your city. With iPads and good humor, the teams fight for points and the Christmas crown.
The federal capital Berlin is the largest city in Germany in terms of both population and area, and is also one of the federal states. In addition to the Federal Government, the Federal President, the Bundestag and the Bundesrat, as well as various ministries and embassies, four DAX and MDAX companies – Siemens, Axel Springer, Deutsche Wohnen and Zalando – also have their headquarters in Berlin. The metropolis with the UNESCO title “City of Design” is also considered an up-and-coming center for innovative company founders. In addition, Berlin enjoys the reputation of a world city of science, culture, media and, of course, politics due to its renowned universities and research institutions as well as museums and sporting events. This, interesting architecture, diverse shopping opportunities, international festivals and major events and, last but not least, the world-famous nightlife make the city, first mentioned in a document in the 13th century, one of the most visited tourist destinations in Europe after London and Paris.
One of the city’s most famous and popular landmarks, Alexanderplatz provides a perfect starting or finishing point for our Urban Challenge. To the east of the former parade and drill ground, affectionately known as “Alex” in the vernacular, the 10-meter-high World Time Clock, erected in 1969, forms a popular meeting point for locals and tourists alike that is well worth seeing. The TV tower, completed in the same year, is the tallest in Germany and the fourth tallest free-standing structure in Europe at 368 meters. More than a million visitors a year enjoy a fantastic view of the German capital from the viewing platform, which is over 200 meters high. This makes the TV tower one of the ten most popular sights in Germany. Just a few meters away you will find three more attractions worth seeing, the Rotes Rathaus, the Marienkirche and the Neptunbrunnen.
We also recommend a visit to the Reichstag building, which was built between 1884 and 1894. From the roof terrace you also have an excellent view over the city as well as of the Federal Chancellery located diagonally opposite. You can register for a free tour of the dome and the roof terrace here. There you will also find more information about opening hours and guided tours.
A “must” for every visitor to Berlin is, of course, a visit to the world-famous Brandenburg Gate, which has gone from being the former memorial of division to the current symbol of German unity. The building, which was commissioned by King Frederick William II between 1788 and 1791, was not originally politically motivated, but was conceived as a dignified conclusion to Berlin’s oldest promenade, the boulevard Unter den Linden. In addition to Pariser Platz, which is home to the American Embassy and the Adlon Hotel, among others, the area surrounding the Brandenburg Gate is also home to the Holocaust Memorial, which was inaugurated in 2005. More information about the field of stelae, which is freely accessible around the clock, can be found here.
Also worthwhile is a detour to the Spree Island, located in the center of the metropolis. Here you will find the Berlin Cathedral, originally built in the 15th century and rebuilt under Kaiser Wilhelm II from 1894 to 1905, whose striking dome is hard to miss. Next to it stretches the Lustgarten, in the north of which the “Museum Island” begins. This is home to one of the most outstanding museum complexes in the world, which has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.
After successfully completing our Urban Challenge or our Escape the City Escape Game, a visit to one of the cafés and restaurants around the Gendarmenmarkt is a good idea. Surrounded by the German and French cathedrals and the concert hall, it is considered the most beautiful square in the German capital. Every year, the “Classic Open Air Concert” takes place here at the beginning of July and the “Unity Festival” on October 3.
If there is still enough time, we also advise you to take a stroll along Berlin’s most famous shopping boulevard, the Kurfürstendamm. At the eastern end of the boulevard stands the ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, which was destroyed in World War II, preserved as a memorial. Here, the “Ku’damm” merges eastward into Tauentzienstrasse, where KaDeWe and the Europa Center, among others, are located.