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Our Barcelona team building treasure hunt is one of the most popular team building activities in the city. It’s an exciting, interesting, and unique way to get acquainted with Barcelona.
Every day, we get lots of questions about our Barcelona team building treasure hunt (see, we told you it was popular). Here are the answers to them all…
How does your Barcelona treasure hunt work?
It’s all pretty simple. We give the whole group a detailed brief before splitting you into smaller teams. Then, each team gets a backpack packed with useful equipment.
We then unleash you on Barcelona’s incredible Gothic Quarter (or Old Town) in a crazy, madcap treasure hunt. Using the kit given – and the brains of your team – you compete to solve clues, collect scavenger items, and take pictures. This is all to gather as many points as you can to win the activity and prove your team is the best!
Why is your Barcelona team building treasure hunt so popular?
Mainly because it’s a lot of fun. We know it is because we designed it! Furthermore, people keep telling us how much they enjoy the activity.
We’ve all done team building activities before. Let’s be honest, some of them are terrible, but we guarantee this one isn’t.
Our Barcelona team building treasure hunt is affordable, adventurous, and exciting. The activity helps to bring teams closer together and they’re a unique way to explore Barcelona.
Where do we go?
The entire treasure hunt takes place in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, which is the central part of the old city. During your treasure hunt, you’ll see attractions such as:
- Barcelona Cathedral
- Placa del Pi
- Sant Felip Neri
- Placa Reial
- La Rambla
- … and plenty more!
More than that, the way the activity is designed you’ll notice more than you would on a simple tour. Your team wanders in, through, and around lots of great architecture. You’ll stroll past cafes, ancient buildings, monuments, houses, and galleries, all while keeping your eyes peeled for clues.
What equipment do we get?
Everything you need, we give you (well, apart from your own brain – you need to bring that). Each team is allocated the following items:
- Rucksack – easy to carry on the move and keeps all your kit together
- Laminated map
- Clue booklet – this includes obscured pictures. It’s your job to find the unobscured sites and answer the questions
- Scavenger hunt – a list of things you need to find. Haggling, buying, borrowing, and finding are all fair game
- Vintage Polaroid camera – using this, you’ll need to snap some pictures. Some fun, some challenging, and some embarrassing. Your team will need to get creative
- A brilliant surprise prize (but only for the winning team)
- All the other important stuff, like pens and paper
Once it’s all over, your team gets to keep a photo album as a memento which is stuffed with all the photos you’ve taken on your Barcelona treasure hunting team building trip.
Who is it for?
Anyone, anywhere, who wants to have fun. If you want a team building treasure hunt in Barcelona, it’s for you.
Work in a small team? We accommodate teams as small as 8. Work in a large team? We have the capacity for up to 200.
Beyond company events, our treasure hunt is also suitable for families, groups of friends, and anyone else.
How long does it last?
You should allow approximately three hours. Afterward, most teams go for food or drinks, where we normally also hold a prize-giving ceremony. Usually, teams extend the night long beyond this ceremony. To enjoy the excitement, laughter and good vibe still lingering long after the treasure hunt is over.
Your team will still be talking about the activity after you’ve returned to the office.
Do you offer any other Barcelona team building activities?
Yes, we offer loads!
Our other Barcelona team building activities include boat trips, sailing races, tapas cooking, flamenco nights, city tours, plus many more.
Hopefully, we’ve answered all your questions about our Barcelona team building treasure hunt. If we haven’t, get in touch and ask them – we’re always here to help.