During the Middle Ages Strasbourg hosted trade fairs that attracted merchants from all over Europe. The establishment of the Council of Europe in 1949 and later of the European Parliament helped to reinforce the city’s vocation as a European capital As a result, impressive buildings of contemporary architecture have strengthened this strategic position.
Principles of operation (Council of Europe, European Parliament, European Court of Human Rights) – Reference to the great names of European creation (Schuman, Sforza…) – Discovery of the contemporary architecture of European buildings – Definition of the rotation principle for the presidency (external works of art offered by the countries).
The treasure hunt consists of a road book with a content that allows you to:
- To discover the local cultural heritage: the history and anecdotes of the must-see buildings are highlighted
- To boost the observational skills: the questions are used to find answers on the walls of the buildings
- To develop spatial orientation: the itinerary to follow is specified
- To encourage teamwork: a single roadmap is distributed to each team, consisting of 5 to 8 members
- The group is welcomed at the start and finish by our animator
- The treasure hunt is performed autonomously under the supervision of your guides
- The animator ensures a telephone hotline in order to provide assistance to a team in difficulty. The animator’s mobile number is given in the road book
- At the end of the game, the animator corrects and distributes traditional gingerbread to the participants and accompanying persons