Neighbourhood Treasure Hunts

Every neighbourhood has its own charm and structure and is perfect for your team event in its own individual way. Our neighbourhood treasure hunts help you discover the area in much more detail than on a guided city tour.

We will combine important sights with various curiosities, which might not even be known to someone who lives a few blocks away. The combination of various exciting and challenging tasks for your team is sure to make your neighbourhood treasure hunt a memorable event.

Our current repertoire includes the following neighbourhood treasure hunts: (Please note: if your neighbourhood is not yet shown, please call us! We would love to discover Berlin for you!)

Altstadt Spandau

Many native Berliners only know about the citadel in the district of Spandau. They simply walk past the charming, tiny old town. We thought this was a pity, so we designed a Spandau treasure hunt.


Impressive Wilhelminian style buildings, aged 1968 protestors, beautiful shops around the Savignyplatz, the “Schwarzes Café”, the castle and the castle park. A pleasant scenery for your city treasure hunt through Berlin.


Friedrichshain is one of the youngest and most exciting of the 12 districts in Berlin and has been a destination for Berlin visitors from all over the world for many years.
At any time of day or night, you can discover various sights and curiosities.
Even if the future of the RAW site, with its multitude of more or less socio-cultural projects and clubs, is unclear, they are still here, waiting with exciting discoveries.


The old market hall, the Bergmannstraße, the Viktoriapark, the Paul-Lincke-Ufer, the countless backyards: each element a discovery and something special in its own way.


Our city treasure hunts in Mitte take you past the major sights such as the Museum Island or the Fernsehturm and into the small streets and picturesque courtyards around Hackescher Markt.
Alternatively, discover the area around Gendarmenmarkt and Friedrichstraße.
Even native Berliners always discover something new during our city treasure hunts!


There used to be nothing remarkable here. Some people lived here and that’s all. In recent years, a colourful variety of small shops, restaurants and cafés has sprung up all around the reopened old market hall.


One hundred years ago, Oberschöneweide was one of the most important industrial sites in Germany. Today, large parts of the former industrial buildings are listed buildings. Discover our industrial treasure hunt through Oberschöneweide.

Prenzlauer Berg

The colourful variety of restaurants, hip cafés and small shops is what Prenzlauer Berg is known for.
The many green areas, especially Mauerpark, are the perfect place for a cool beer and a happy get-together. For your city treasure hunt, you can either exclusively discover Prenzlauer Berg, or you can start your tour in Mitte and end it in a nice restaurant in Prenzlauer Berg.


Multi-cultural wherever you look. Solve tricky tasks that will lead you to Turkish greengrocers or immerse you in the flavours of Arabian and Asian spices and herbs.
In recent years, the gentrification of the inner city areas of Berlin unfortunately did not stop at Wedding, a classic working class district. Every now and then, the multi-cultural diversity of small shops with unusual, international assortment gives way to one or another gallery.


Around Weißensee, Wilhelminian style buildings and residential buildings from the 1920s make up a charming, somewhat drowsy, but worthwhile district a bit off downtown.