Citroën 2CV Event (for up to 60 people) - audio guide, interactive game & more! Tailor-made experience!


Citroën 2CV Event (for up to 60 people) - audio guide, interactive game & more! Tailor-made experience!

Embark on a thrilling adventure with our 2CVs combined with The Game! Get ready for an experience like no other, filled with music questions, photo challenges, and exciting assignments to keep the fun and competition at an all-time high. But here's the twist: everything is brought to life through an app installed on your mobile phone. Get ready to explore various points of interest (POIs) as the app leads you to the next assignment.

Get ready for an interactive, competitive, and downright fun experience! Our Qiuz is designed to make your vintage driving experience in the 2CV even more unforgettable. Cruise through the stunning routes and hills of the Hageland while tackling thrilling tasks, capturing epic photos, and so much more. Get your team together and let the adventure begin!

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Elevate your corporate events with an unforgettable experience featuring the iconic Citroën 2CV!

Immerse yourself in a remarkable adventure as we provide you with an exclusive audio guide on a tablet, seamlessly guiding you through the picturesque landscapes of the Hageland, unveiling the most breathtaking sights along the way.

Engage in team-building activities by solving quiz questions and competing against other teams, putting your knowledge and collaborative skills to the test while indulging in the mesmerizing surroundings.

The Citroën 2CV adds a touch of nostalgia to this thrilling journey, offering the perfect blend of relaxation, amusement, and the opportunity to forge lasting memories with your esteemed colleagues, friends, or family.

Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to embark on a super cool day filled with joy, exploration, and the captivating allure of the Citroën 2CV!

Tips & Must Sees

On reservation together with rental

Use of smartphone ... make sure it is well charged

Explanation about the operation by the Gamemaster and "secret" assignments on the way