LOCK-CLOCK BARCELONA. AZTEC TREASURE - escape room in Barcelona, Spain
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LOCK-CLOCK BARCELONA. AZTEC TREASURE

An escape room in Barcelona, Spain
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This room is available in english.
The captain’s quarters of an ancient Spanish galleon loaded with hidden Aztec treasure.
Race against time to escape a sinking ship! On a dark and stormy night, you must find all of the treasure hidden within the captain’s cabin. Can you outsmart the captain and find his treasure before it is too late?
Unlock the hidden mysteries of the Aztec treasure or sink with the ship and be lost at sea forever!

Room information:

Address: Passatge Patriarca 4 local d, Barcelona, Spain
E-mail: info@lock-clock.com
Phone: +34 930 24 69 31
Website: http://lock-clock.com/en/game/conquistadors
2 - 6
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13 EUR per person
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60 min
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  1. Reply Anita Shneider 3rd July 2016 at 9:00 pm
    4.85
    Puzzles
    100
    Design
    100
    Atmosphere
    100
    Fun for money
    90

    We visited Lock-Clock July 2016, team of 4 and I would say 3 of us being beginners did not spoil the visit at all! Great fun in Gaudi’s room, and we took the next hour to do the Aztec Treasure – completelly different puzzles and lots of fun.
    I thought it was well difficult to find the coins. My friend loved the atmosphere and we enjoyed the fact that you can book easily on the web.
    Owners were super nice, multilingual staff and it is in the heart of barca, which meant we can escape the heat of the street for some fun!

    + PROS: Interior, puzzles, staff, games to wait if you come in large groups, nice lounge!
    - CONS: I want more games! can't wait for their new room
  2. Reply Hadley 19th January 2018 at 4:54 pm
    5
    Puzzles
    100
    Design
    100
    Atmosphere
    100
    Fun for money
    100

    This review is actually of the Gaudi and After Party rooms (we did not do Aztec as it was the more beginer room)—as those rooms do not have their own listing I am reviewing here.

    We have been doing half a dozen or so escape rooms per year for about 5 years now and these two are far in a way the best we’ve done yet,

    The Gaudi room is lovely and really fits being in Barcelona perfectly. The storyline makes sense and working in a replica of Gaudi’s apartment, with models and paintings that he had in his spaces is really awesome. All of the puzzles work really well and there are lots of creative bits. I highly recomend this room to ANYone visiting the city.

    After Party was just a ton of fun. A bit like waking up in the film The Hangover, with fun themeing and disco lights and club music. We had a BLAST and once again there was a great variety of puzzles, all of which really work out well. I will caution that this one is not a good choice for someone likely to have sensory overload issues from the lights or music.

    + PROS: Fabulous puzzles, well crafted rooms that feel the part, particularly good staff

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