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Team building activities

Browse our team building activities that raise the spirit any time of the year.

Feel free to contact us with your specific requirements – we have lots more ideas to offer!

Dragon boat adventures

Jointly striving for one goal – one cox, drums setting the beat and 18 people paddling (ideally) in unison.


Take the challenge – beginners and pros alike will find the right wall in Dresden's numerous climbing and bouldering centres.


© Frank Exss
© Markus Bracklow

Escape Rooms

When only teamwork provides a way out – escape rooms are a great way of mastering a mission together and, trust us, your team will also have a lot of fun.


Outdoor activities

Naturally bonding – outdoor events challenge and encourage teams physically and mentally while always pursuing a common goal.


Winter competition

Fancy something different? Dresden offers a number of great curling sites, including on the grounds of the splendid Taschenbergpalais hotel.


Get active in Saxon Switzerland

Saxon Switzerland’s Elbe Sandstone Mountains just outside Dresden are a veritable hiking and climbing paradise, featuring beautiful views of the Elbe valley, bizarre rock formations and imposing table mountains. This unique landscape is a real playground for teambuilding activities in nature, including climbing, abseiling, cycling, hiking or river tours in rubber dinghies.

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Are you ready for creative adventures?

Then contact us and we will support you in implementing them. We have many more ideas and look forward to developing the perfect programme together with you!

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Cultural highlights

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