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Escape To…An Escape Room In Croatia
Croatia is a popular destination for many reasons, but perhaps its quirky side is what connects with many visitors. It’s not just about beaches and food; there is plenty of entertainment to be had too!
For teenagers, groups, and those who are young at heart, escape rooms are a great way to spend an hour or so. During the early evening, when you’re trying to burn off your dinner, or perhaps if you are unlucky enough to be caught during a quick turn in the weather and a downpour, an escape room could be your savior.
Of course, Croatia overall has several escape rooms, and most are located in the busiest and most popular tourist resorts.
First things first, however, what on Earth is an escape room exactly?
What Is An Escape Room
An escape room is basically a puzzle, but one which you are in the middle of this. This immersive experience means that you need to work as a team with your group, usually between 2 to 6 or 8 players, to solve puzzles, find clues, and complete tasks successfully. The idea is to, as the name suggests, escape. Solving those puzzles and finding the clues will help you get the hell out of there, but you need to do it in as little time as possible to win.
Why Are Escape Rooms Pretty Cool
The concept sounds random, but once you’ve tried it, you’re sure to be addicted. It’s a rush to work with other people and try and win games and find clues. You suddenly turn into an inspector or private detective, and you can’t think of anything else but the task at hand. It’s a great way to help teenagers and youngsters burn off some energy, but for big kids, it’s a great way to spend an hour or so!
It’s also completely different from anything else you’ll do during your vacation. Let’s be honest, the beach every day can become a little tiresome after a fortnight; you probably don’t think that now, but some people don’t like to spend every day lying prone on a sun lounger! It’s an excellent way to break up your day or your evening, depending on what you have planned.
Who Are Escape Rooms For
Escape rooms are for anyone who wants to try it! There is no upper age limit; however, they’re not the best idea for young children, who may become a little panicked at not being able to get out when they want to. The clues and puzzles are also designed with teenagers upwards in mind, so if you have small children, it’s not the best activity for them.
However, for slightly older children, they’re going to love escape rooms, and it’s an excellent way to get them working in a team and using their methodical thinking to escape.
Best Escape Rooms In Croatia
There are several escape rooms across Croatia, so let’s check out some of the best that you might like to try on your next holiday.
Puzzle Punks Dubrovnik Escape Room
Just a short drive from the center of the Old Town, this escape room is ideal for families and has two themed rooms. You need to solve the puzzles and find clues to get out! One room is based upon Game of Thrones, so if you have any fans within your party, they’re going to love this.
ClueGoEscape Room Zadar
This particular escape room is actually quite suitable for younger children, perhaps between 8 years and upwards. Some escape rooms might be a little dark or complicated for youngsters, which is pretty family-friendly. In this theme, you travel back in time to save Croatia from the crusaders in the 13th century. Spend around 1 to 2 hours solving clues, finding treasures, and solving the mysteries of the time.
Escape Mystery Room
Open until midnight; this is the ideal way to spend an evening when you don’t want to sit in the nearest bar! Again, this is a family-friendly option, although not for the younger ones due to the immersive themes – one theme is Jack the Ripper. Escape Mystery Room also hosts birthday parties, so if you have a special occasion while you’re away, you could celebrate with a difference here.
Split Time Genius Escape Room
A fast-paced, all-action hour awaits you at Split Time Genius Escape Room. Discover the secret of Leonardo Da Vinci in a 60-minute game that is suitable for kids and contains no elements that are likely to scare them. You will need to book ahead of time as this property only has one escape room available at any one time. Suitable for 2-6 players at any one time, so ideal if you have a smaller group too.
Escape Room Fox in a Box Zagreb
Zombies, bank robberies, you name it, you’ll find it and have to solve it at Fox in a Box Zagreb. Located centrally, this is a popular escape room, so you will need to book ahead of time. The rooms are creatively designed and have countless clues to find and puzzles to solve. You have one hour to solve the mystery and get out of there!
ClueGo Escape Rooms Zagreb
If an hour-long escape room isn’t enough for you, check out ClubGo Escape Rooms Zagreb, which offers a 75-minute long adventure! Mona Lisa’s heist, Professor Balthazar’s secrets, a game that involves trying to regain your lost memory, as well as two shorter games which last for half an hour and 15 minutes. You certainly won’t be bored!
Escape Art Escape Room Zagreb
Try to solve the mystery of Robin Hood and the stolen crown, or dare to venture into Dracula’s chambers in this hour-long immersive escape room experience. The Dracula experience is not for smaller children, but the Robin Hood room is a little more family-friendly. Located in central Zagreb is a great way to spend an hour doing something completely different.
Escape Room Enigmarium Zagreb
Just three minutes walk from central Zagreb, this escape room is the perfect way to beat a rainy day or spend an hour with a difference. Solve the mystery of the Zagreb witch and attempt to save her from the stake! Rooms hold from 2 to 5 players, and you have one hour to get to the bottom of the mystery and solve the biggest puzzle of them all.
Portal Escape Zagreb
One of the newest in several escape rooms in Zagreb, Portal Escape, has three different rooms with puzzles to solve, including Black Queen’s Castle, Don Carlo’s Secret, and Cubes. You have one hour to solve the puzzle, and between 2 to 8 people can play at any one time.
The next time you’re in Croatia, be sure to try something a little different and attempt to solve one of the biggest mysteries around!Share