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Adventure Rooms Florence

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Adventure Rooms Florence

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TassieTravellers99 wrote a review Jun 2018
Launceston, Australia3,077 contributions936 helpful votes
Located two blocks from the old town centre is this well set up escape room. They operate a couple of rooms from this one address. We were warmly greeted and because they had no booking beforehand we got to start straight away. The mission was after having discovered a secret lab belonging to Da Vinci, we were to find a special machine he had built. We were locked inside with an hour and it quickly became apparent that Da Vinci was smarter than us. We found the puzzles challenging and their approach was a little different to other escape rooms we have done. Hints are portrayed via TV screen so there is no verbal interaction with staff which can make it more difficult for average contestants such as ourselves. Still it was a very authentic and enjoyable experience.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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MasterXenos wrote a review May 2018
Florence, Italy27 contributions23 helpful votes
We tried this escape room with another two couples. Very well thought of and full of surprises. Was really great fun and the staff was very nice and entertaining. A must go, with 'Leonardo's heritage' being a bit more complex than the lady of the night. definitely would go back as soon as they change one of the two escape room.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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drewski10184 wrote a review Apr 2018
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It was kind of fate that we stumbled upon this place yesterday. we were looking for some entertainment and with in a few step of the idea. BOOM ADVENTUREROOMS !!!! we did the black queen room it was our first puzzle room ever. and although we didnt finish it. we managed to work together as a team and really build on our communication as a couple. it was really fun. the staff are so amazing and friendly i would highly reccomend trying this
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Maarten T wrote a review Nov 2017
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Played "Leonardo's Heritage" with an experienced 2-player team, and were not disappointed! The room combines some "traditional" escape room puzzles with a few quite original ones. It features a lot of wooden objects and mechanisms, all in the Leonardo theme, making it very enjoyable to play. Difficulty is slightly above average I would say.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Ruslan B wrote a review Sep 2017
Graz, Austria38 contributions24 helpful votes
We were in both "Black Queen" and the "Leonardo" rooms. Notes on "Black Queen": Number 1: There are lots of padlocks and once you find the code you just try to put it to each one of them. Would be nice to have some hints that specifically tell which lock gets which code. Even better to get rid of some padlocks and replace with something. Number 2: The puzzle with the rope at the very end. It's just too hard on its own and requires some skill. But the idea is quite nice. Other than that the quest is pretty good and the hint system is very cool. It indeed does test your senses. "Leonardos machines". First, there's no point having flashlights there. I wonder why not just have lights from start. Well, that's actually all. The rest is ok, nice atmosphere and nice prize at the end. We were in two and didn't make it but I still think it's possible. Worth a try. Also the quest managers are very nice
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Date of experience: August 2017
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