Immerse yourself in a world of mystery and engage in the ultimate Game of Thrones activity – a mission to save King’s Landing. Only your team, the King’s Guard, can find the hidden wildfire needed to defend the city against the enemy fleet.
This room is a must for all GOT fans. Not a fan? No problem. You need no special knowledge to crack the codes.
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Dubrovnik's first escape room draws on the city's alter ego as King's Landing in Game of Thrones, and while you don't need any knowledge of the TV series or books, fans will enjoy the references to events in those.
Stepping into this room gave a rare impression of space. Most escape rooms are on the cramped side, and it's unusual to have the luxury of being able to use floor space for spreading out clues while still having plenty of room to walk around.
A really fun escape room. The puzzles were very clever and enjoyable to solve, and it required a real mix of thought patterns to get through it. Definitely a great experience if you’re a Game of Thrones fan visiting Dubrovnik.