So when we arrive a little late to the Circus show, they invite us into the tent andwe are told to wait for the host. Once in, we notice something strange, we are not in the seating area but we are fulfilling the dream of many children: to explore the Circus behind the scenes!
In the Bizarre rooms you will find good design everywhere, from posters to advertising, gift boxes, the web, the reception… even the bathrooms are beautiful! The decoration of Circus, therefore, besides being very well done is really pretty. You will notice a great attention to detail in every corner and you will be able to meet the different characters of the cast: the bearded woman, the clown, the strongman, among others.
The puzzles do not require physical effort, but attention and logic. They are entertaining, themed and designed to explain the story. This makes the game very fluid and natural because it is very easy to get into the role.
There is a total immersion due to the game master performance, the music, the sound effects and the lighting of the room. However, what stands out the most is the incorporation of a factor that fulfills the experience… the sense of smell!
The same day we played Circus we also played Toys, Bizarre’s second escape room. Although we liked both, Circus was our favorite, not only for its originality or for how beautiful it was, but also for transporting us to our childhood. Circus is enjoyable as much as a box of colorful, sweet and freshly made popcorn.
- Decoration and immersion … those smells!
- Some puzzles are easier to solve than it seems. Keep it simple.
If you manage to escape from the Circus you can complete your plan as follows:
Ronda Sant Pau 3-5, Barcelona
It is said that all Sirvent families come from the same town, but this family in particular has no relation with the Sirvent of the Parlament street, the ones we talked about in this post.
In any case, in their two establishments, Ronda Sant Pau and Provença, you will find good horchata (tiger nut milk), delicious ice creams and, depending on the season, nougat and chocolates made with traditional techniques.
Carrer d’en Fontrodona 17, Barcelona
Establishment specialized in Breton cuisine. You can try a wide variety of galettes, as well as sweet and salty crêpes. Leave some room for their Tarte Tatin and give an opportunity to the typical drinks of northern France.
It is a small but cozy place where you can also be attended in French and English.