A game to consider for a thrilling time in Barcelona…

Have the late night parties, the shopping streets, the museums and the beaches of Barcelona got you bored already? And you are looking to experience an entirely new type of activity with your friends and family? You should consider trying out the Escape Room games. There are quite a few Escape places in Barcelona. It is a fairly new trend. For those of you who have no idea what it is: the Escape Room is a physical adventure game in which players are locked in a room with clues, for which the players would need to assist them in solving mysteries to escape through all the rooms within a limited time. Sounds interesting, eh?

If so, keep reading to know some of the Escape Rooms in Barcelona. The following entails a description of five Escape Rooms.


Enigma game “The Virus” is just for motivated people who want to collaborate within a team to save the world in 60 minutes and then leave the room. It is a unique, positive, thrilling and at the same time different leisure option, the best one in Barcelona! The Enigma team can guide you through the experience totally in English! So this escape room is for everyone who wants to participate, you just need to find the connection between the different objects present in the room. At first sight, you probably could not see that link but they will let you go out…maybe!

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Parapark is the first Escape Room to land in Barcelona. It is a franchise with several other branches in Spain and Budapest. It is located in an old building in the district of Sants.  A door opens to welcome you and then closes. Once inside, you’ll need your wits and teamwork to unlock the room in 60 minutes. Your chance of survival depends on how well you and your team could overcome riddles, puzzles, logogriphs, and hieroglyphics.

Valladolid, 25 (Sants).

White Rabbit

If you were a fan of Cluedo, a murder mystery board game, you might enjoy solving a crime at White Rabbit. The White Rabbit has three different games: The Thinking Room, Invitation, and Playground. Invitation Escape Game fits two to six players while the Playground fits four to twenty players. The Thinking Room is an Escape Room unlike any other. It is a game for one to two players. With the minimalist setting, you will have to think harder than ever to break free. Think you are up for the challenge?

Muntaner, 52 (Eixample).

Room 73

The room belongs to a dangerous fugitive. The puzzles you need to solve will become more convoluted as you progress through the rooms. This game is for two to six players. You can get a hint from the game master when you are stuck. Game results of all players are displayed on the website.  A special prize is awarded to winners of the month. Sometimes working as a team is the only solution.

Torrent de Les Flors, 96 (Grace).


Confined is a new Escape Room in Barcelona. Here, there are three levels of difficulty: Internship for novice beginners; Titled for those who have experiences in Escape games; Hell, for the most experienced and bravest. Communication, logic, trust and some luck are necessary ingredients to escape. The game is played in a team of two to five people. There is a time limit of 60 minutes for you to escape.

Ramon Batlle, 6 (St. Andrew)

Escape Hunt

The Escape Hunt is a world leader in the Escape Room industry. The Escape Hunt in Barcelona offers three themed games: The Mystery of Gaudi, The Vampiress of Barcelona, and School of Thieves. The games are set 100 years back in time. Here, you will need to use all your skills and intellect together with nerves of steel to solve the mysteries. You need to find clues and solve puzzles to escape from the room. The game master will guide you as needed.

Carrer de Nàpols, 255

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