Situated just 45 minutes from the bustling capital of Madrid, the town of San Lorenzo and its magnificent palace monastery of El Escorial is a must see and experience place.
Declared a UNESCO world heritage site for its extraordinary imposing architecture both and town and monastery are a must for any visitor to the region.
Named in honour of the feast day of San Lorenzo, after a famous victory over the French, the monastery was built as a Royal mausoleum by Phillip II for his father, Charles I of Spain who as Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire was one of the most feared and powerful monarchs in European history.
The town of San Lorenzo and the grand but austere monastery are the setting for a team treasure hunt that will take in 17th century taverns, hidden gardens, royal tombs, libraries where the knowledge of the ages is awaiting your discovery.
A unique and different team activity that will be remembered by all the participants.
Included is entrance to the monastery, and delicious team finale of local wine and dishes whilst we go through the answers to find the winning team.