Tailored exploration journeys on the e-bike for Events by TLC
Events by TLC asked us to develop a series of tours to explore Madrid by e-bike and on foot for the world’s largest search engine. We showed the participants surprising places in different districts of the city, ending in the Retiro park or at the rooftop of urban hostel The Hat!
How many?5 x 25 participants
Tailor-made themed bike-tours around urban development & architecture
For various clients in the real estate and urban planning sector (including the Municipality of Nijmegen and Jong Onroerend Goed Utrecht and The Hague), we developed tailored made bike routes. We showed Madrid’s urban development and architecture cycling from the Cuatro Torres in the north of Madrid all the way down to the Matadero and the Madrid Río in the south of the city!
When?June & October 2014
How many?27 - 35 participants
On tour with… the Dutch Embassy in Madrid
The Dutch Embassy is a loyal customer of ours. We organized a relaxing team building activity, including roof tops and Retiro park, for the entire staff. We took the General Directors on an e-bike tour from their hotel in the north of the city to the city center plus we were hired to organize a bike tour with the ambassador and Madrid’s mayor Manuela Carmena on the European Cycling Day!
When?2013 - 2016
Entertainment for 215 participants from different countries
What to do with a group of 215 participants from different countries who all want to do something fun? Give them the choice to choose many different activities!
Abreu DMC could choose between themed bike tours, museum visits, tapas tours, wine tastings and a rooftop tour.
How many?215 participants
127 Belgians a week out with MadWay
We discovered the most beautiful places in Madrid together with 127 Belgians during one week! MadWay organized a range of activities for the Flemish organization Neuropia of Antwerp´s Sport Palace. Participants could register for (electric) bike tours, a rooftop tour, an underground tour, a visit to Toledo, an atypical tapas tour, a visit to the Prado Museum, etc. in order to get to know Madrid in different ways.
How many?127 participants
Spanish culture and gastronomy event in La Corrala del Rastro
For the Spanish DMC STOP we organized a customized event to introduce a group of 80 Belgians to different aspects of Spanish music and gastronomy. The setting was a typical corrala in the Rastro neighbourhood, where participants were invited to join a paella and sangria workshop ánd learned how to dance, clap and drum flamenco. This resulted in a Gran Finale with Spanish guitar, dance and singing.
How many?80 participants
Surprising e-bike tour through Toledo
For a group of Belgian executives and on behalf of Incentives Barcelona we made a whole new tour in Toledo inspired on our Rooftop Tour. Because of the distinctive geography of this hilly town we did this tour on the e-bike via miradores (viewpoints) instead of roof top terraces, with a stop on a sunny terrace overlooking the Alcázar and the Tagus. This way the Views of Toledo Tour saw the light!
How many?12 participants
Out of the Box-programma’s in and around Madrid
For the Dutch organization Eximo MadWay organized customized programs that besides all the delights of the city of Madrid revealed the beautiful areas outside the capital. Think of a wine tasting and lunch in Pozuelo del Rey, a Vintage car tour around Chinchón and bullfighting in the Plaza Mayor of Chinchón.
Jeroen Buyink: ‘I have worked with MadWay several times because they are very enthusiastic, creative and professional. That is what I need when I bring my groups to Madrid. I trust Madway completely, because they work hard to make our clients very happy!’
When?2014 & 2015
How many?7 - 15 participants
A full weekend program for 80 Swedes
For Swedish agency Travel2, MadWay organised a full weekend program. Divided in 4 groups, they enjoyed a thematic bike tour passing by the beauties of Industrial Architecture and Madrid Río. As an extra we invited architects to explain more in detail the buildings of Caixa Forum and the old slaughterhouse El Matadero.
That same afternoon we took them all to a restaurant close to the Opera where we divided them again in four groups in order to compete against each other. The cooking class showed them the fine details of Spanish cuisine and after their hard work they enjoyed a delicious dinner.
The second and last day we took them in smaller groups and showed them the best views of Madrid during our rooftop tour. We finished all together at one spectacular rooftop terrace to enjoy a drink and the beautiful sunset…