The legend says that Bucharest was founded by a shepherd named Bucur. According to another probable version, Bucharest was founded by Mircea the Elder at the end of the 14th century.
In 1862 it became the capital of Romania. Since then the city has been constantly changing, being the center of the artistic, cultural and media scene. Between the 2 World Wars, the elegant architecture and the elite of Bucharest brought the city the nickname “Little Paris”.
The participants will be part of the story of architectural treasure seekers in Bucharest, where they will discover the forgotten values and the hidden jewels of the city.
The group of participants will gather at a previously announced location where they will be divided into teams. Each team will receive materials and information, riddles, general culture questions, creative evidence, and other challenges on which they will have to discover architectural elements and take pictures of them.
Based on the photos, the team will have to make a documentary in the second half of the day, presenting creatively the elements of the city.
The event ends with the movie projection and a team cocktail/dinner.
In the end, the participants will receive “Urban Hunter” badges and diplomas.