Our Aim Is to create an unforgettable and an immersive outdoor Roman Team Building Experience, a great way to foster solid working relationships and to reward your employees.

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We transform your group in Romans of 100 AD and have them perform various Team Building activities associated with that era. With the combined experiences & knowledge of our staff members, we have created a unique Roman team building event During the 2 days of this unique and unforgettable Roman team building, which is set in the first century AD.  

Your team will live, eat, and sleep in a Roman camp set in an idyllic location near Rome which is surrounded by archaeological excavations. The participants will be dressed by us in authentic Roman clothes will become true Romans doing team building activities and as a bonus learn interesting things about daily life in Rome around 100 AD.

After we welcome your group at the airport and make the transfer to our nearby team building location, we will take your group from the comfortable 21st century with a swift time travel to 100 AD Rome. Each participant will receive a personal wooden box with lock containing accurate handmade copies of Roman clothing and footwear. After a brief introduction, we will help them to dress up as Roman citizens which is a nice and great ice-breaking event. The issued boxes will serve as locker for their personal belongings.

Once we have turned them into Roman citizens and taken the first pictures, they will perform team building tasks in small groups to prepare camp, create fire, bake Roman bread, cook, make Roman oil lamps, make roman frescoes, calculate with roman instruments, and do other tasks related to civilian life in the Roman empire.

After their team building experience, we can organise trips for your team to spectacular sites near Rome like Pompei, Hadrian’s villa, take them hiking on forgotten old Roman roads or let them have a luxurious leisure day at nearby thermal baths. Ask us for a quotation or more information.

Frequent asked Questions

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  1. How many days will a Roman Teambuilding take?
  2. What is the cost of a Roman Teambuilding?
  3. How many people can you accept to do Roman Teambuilding?
  4. Where will our group stay?
  5. Where will they have breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
  6. What will they have for breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
  7. Safety
  8. Travel Insurance?
  9. Do the instructors speak English?
  10. How many instructors will there be for our group?
  11. How will we travel from the airport to the Roman teambuilding location or to other locations?
  12. How far is the Roman Teambuilding location from the airport?
  13. Is there internet access at the Roman teambuilding site?
  14. What do participants need to bring?
  15. What about Visas? Does our team require Visa’s?
1. How many days will a Roman Teambuilding take?

We have created our Roman Teambuilding program to be spread over two days. After these two days of teambuilding our clients often choose to treat their team to one or more days in Italy to visit Rome, Pompeii, or to spend leisure time at the thermal baths near Rome accompanied by our guides.
These visits can be planned and arranged according to your liking. Our programs are flexible, and we can tailor the teambuilding time and subsequent days exactly to your needs and wishes. Therefore, also one day of teambuilding is possible.

2. What is the cost of a Roman Teambuilding?

The cost of a Roman Teambuilding depends on the number of participants, on the number of days and if you would like your team to have other experiences in Italy like a visit to Rome, Pompeii, the thermal baths, or other trips. Please ask us for a quote at sales@italian-adventures.com

3. How many people can you accept to do Roman teambuilding?

We can accept a maximum of 10 women and 10 men to the Roman teambuilding. If your group is composed differently, for example a group of fourteen men or fourteen ladies , then we can arrange that as well if you give us at least one month notice.

4. Where will our group stay?

If you choose for your group to do the two-day Roman teambuilding and the full immersion experience your team will sleep one night in in comfortable Roman tents set up in an olive grove. The olive grove is located at the teambuilding location which is a private and protected area. We can also arrange a 3 or 4 star hotel in the vicinity.

5. Where will they have lunch and dinner?

During the teambuilding days they will have lunch and dinner at the Roman teambuilding site.

6. What will they have for breakfast, lunch, and dinner?

The team will, as a teambuilding experience, prepare their own lunch and dinner. They will be aided in these tasks by our instructors. They will prepare dough, bake bread, cook vegetables, and barbeque with selected meats or fish. Breakfast will be a typical Italian or continental breakfast. If your team stays with us for visit to Rome and other places, we will arrange lunches and dinners in excellent restaurants. Our company has a 10-year experience as online dining guide for high level restaurants in Rome and Italy. From this experience we have selected excellent restaurants we can visit to have lunch or dinner during your extra days with us. Please inform us of any special dietary requirements at least 30 days in advance of your Roman Teambuilding experience.

7. Safety?

The safety of your team is our biggest concern. All exercises and tasks during the Roman teambuilding experience has been selected to be fun, pleasant, and never dangerous. All our instructors and guides have been trained to live by the “Safety First” rule while working with your team. During the Roman team building days there will be at least one instructor who has had First-Aid training.

8. Travel Insurance?

Travel Insurance is not included. An adequate travel insurance is a condition of your contract with us. You must be satisfied that your business travel or other appropriate insurance fully covers all your requirements including pre-existing medical conditions, cancellation charges, medical expenses and repatriation in the event of accident or illness. If you choose to travel without adequate insurance cover, we will not be liable for any losses howsoever arising, in respect of which insurance cover would otherwise have been available.

9. Do the instructors speak English?

Our instructors are English-speaking professionals.

10. How many instructors will there be for our group?

It depends, but there will always be two English speaking instructors at the Teambuilding site.

11. How will we travel from the airport to the Roman teambuilding location or to other locations?

We use air-conditioned luxury passenger vans or minibuses to get around. They are comfortable and there is room for your bags, backpacks or suitcases.

12. How far is the Roman Teambuilding location from the airport?

The transfers in the vans or minibuses will approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes to reach the Roman teambuilding location which is just outside Rome.

13. Is there internet access at the Roman teambuilding site?

At the teambuilding site there is no Wi Fi network.

14. What do participants need to bring?

We perform Roman Teambuilding during spring and summer and we recommend your team members to bring a good pair of walking shoes, a fleece to stay warm during the evening, a bathing suit, casual clothing and a rain jacket just in case. We advise people who wear spectacles to bring a spare pair just in case.

15. What about Visas? Does our team require Visa’s?

Please click here, this link will open a page of the Italian Ministry of Foreign affairs where you can check if your team require visa’s.

Reviews

Boudewijn Kaijser

"This was exactly what our company needed: two days of teambuilding surrounded by nature. Our personnel still talk about the fire making and the homemade bread. This event created new friendships and a surprising new eye on the Roman ancient society. A full immersion in Roman life, great food, workshop, and company! My compliments to the organization!"

Diane Dicosola

"Fantastic! where else can you do team building like this? On sacred temple land and in Roman costumes, we made amphora’s, clay oil lamps, ground wheat and made/ baked our own bread, learned how to get a fire started with flint...., these were just some of the things I learned to do. Robert and Paola taught us quite a bit about Roman history. Did I mention fun?"

Janine Reeves

"This was an amazing way to take life back to basics and learn new skills together, forget the distractions of the 20th century and appreciate the nature and history around us. I loved it."

    3 Responses
    1. Janine Reeves

      “This was an amazing way to take life back to basics and learn new skills together, forget the distractions of the 20th century and appreciate the nature and history around us. I loved it.”

    2. Diane Dicosola

      “Fantastic! where else can you do team building like this? On sacred temple land and in Roman costumes, we made amphora’s, clay oil lamps, ground wheat and made/ baked our own bread, learned how to get a fire started with flint…., these were just some of the things I learned to do. Robert and Paola taught us quite a bit about Roman history. Did I mention fun?”

    3. Boudewijn Kaijser

      “This was exactly what our company needed: two days of teambuilding surrounded by nature. Our personnel still talk about the fire making and the homemade bread. This event created new friendships and a surprising new eye on the Roman ancient society. A full immersion in Roman life, great food, workshop, and company! My compliments to the organization!”