Trainee Rally

With this classic riddle rally, your trainees can actively experience Vienna. They explore the most beautiful places in the city centre with map and road book. The rally is supervised!
The riddle rally takes place in the 1st district and starts at St. Stephen’s Cathedral. We have various rally variants on 2 easy accessible routes through Vienna’s city centre. Your apprentices will be divided into groups (3-6 per team) and receive a folder with a city map and a questionnaire, which consists of a riddle rally, a knowledge quiz and a photo quiz. The rally lasts about 2.5 hours including game explanation and conclusion and is supervised. After the rally you will either receive the evaluation by mail, or we make an express evaluation with award ceremony afterwards!

You are welcome to book your tablet rally up to 6 tablets (max. 36 people) online right away. If you do not want to book online, you can alternatively use our booking form. For larger groups or special requests, we ask you to use our booking form for organizational reasons. If you have any questions, you can also send us an e-mail.

Facts & Figures

  • Product: Riddle rally with road book and city map

  • Target audience: Trainees (age 14 – 20)

  • Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

  • Start/end: Stephansplatz

  • Languages: English/German

  • Capacity: max. 130 Trainees

  • Team size: 3– 6 people per group

  • Structure: Riddle Rally (about 15 stages) / quiz / photo quiz

  • Focus: Work and fun in the group, team building, interaction, sightseeing, active programme

  • FAQ:  Interesting facts about our analogue Rallies can be found here

  • Workflow: Meeting point at St. Stephen’s Cathedral, division into groups, explanation of rules of the game, rally in the centre of Vienna (approx. 2 hours), end: St. Stephen’s Cathedral.

  • Services: personal support, rally hotline, evaluation with team ranking, personal certificates, summary with pictures and solutions, shipping of documents to 1 address

  • Extras: express evaluation, award ceremony