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Exit game? Room escape? Puzzle solving game? Team building? Having fun with others? The love of enclosure. And of course the catarsis what you feel when you are already out. This is the transplantion of the well known adventure and point & click...more
Having never done an Escape Room before, I was a bit cautious about this activity but I had no need to worry. We had a fab time!
The staircase led us to the room where we were greeted with a piece of paper that we...More
This was the first escape room me and my girlfriend have ever done and it’s got us hooked on doing them. It was lots of fun and the host was very helpful, we needed a few hints and a little extra time to escape but...More
Time and my dad decided to this during a visit to Budapest for the Grand Prix. We had never done an escape room before so a little sceptical, however, we had so much fun. Very well thought out and extremely frustrating at times but that’s...More
Having read really good reviews, we were not disappointed. Extremely cleverly thought out, with the owner providing hints if you are really stuck. As this was our first escape room, perhaps it was a bit too challenging for our simple minds, but that did not...More
This escape room is located across from the famous New York cafe. Though you need to book in advance, we rang and they setup the room in about 1/2 hr. The puzzle starts as soon as you walk in the entrance door after you read...More
Probably the best escape room I have ever done. Tests you in many different ways and is quite challenging, yet It still manages to stay logical and the clues don’t become overly convoluted like some of the other escape rooms I have done.
We both throroughly enjoyed this escape room,
It was challenging enough for us to take around 59 minutes, we solved it in the end though!
There are lots of unique aspects within this escape room, very highly recommended!
Lovely surprise to see Minnie at the...More
Interesting experience. Escape rooms seem to be popping up in most places these days, but I have never been to one before. This was recommended by a colleague, and I must say it was a very good experience. Quite how it compares with the rest...More
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.
Mindmaze Prague or Claustrophilia Budapest?? (1 Replies)
So which is better and more challenging Mindmaze in Prague or Claustrophilia in Budapest?? Or are they both worth a visit? (they look and sound similar). My husband and I are planning to visit the region this August, this is something we wanted to do if we get some spare time.
February 25, 2014|
either should do you can read user comments on TA..both have good reviews...Claus has about 4xs more reviews as you said, if you had spare time...
Claustrophilia (5 Replies)
I will be visiting in Budapest from Mar 18 next month but plan to take a side trip to Vienna from Mar 20th to Mar 24th before returning back to Budapest from 24th to 26th. I am interested in playing Claustrophilia due to the glowing review in TripAdvisor. However, I will be traveling alone and the people there told me I can't take part in the game without a partner. I'm curious if there is anyone who plans to visit Budapest at the same time as me and also interested in playing? I don't know...More
February 05, 2014|
Response fromJames S|
I'm booked in to do the game on the 25th at half 1 with my girlfriend, so we'll probably need more help!
Claustrophilia or TRAP (0 Replies)
What are the main differences between the 2 escape games? Which is recommended for young people who enjoy RPG video games, horror mazes, and adrenaline?