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Room Escape in Liceu Opera Barcelona

Room Escape in Liceu Opera Barcelona

It is believed that composer Giacomo Puccini didn’t finish the opera Turandot. Some members of the Order of Trinitarians (the religious order that occupied the site on which the Liceu was built) guard the composer’s original ending, which has never seen the light of day. Every ten years, the group that guards the manuscript is replaced by a new one, thus ensuring the enduring success of the ending we all know. The groups of participants must compete by solving logic and ingenuity tests in order to find the original manuscript hidden in the Liceu. During the Room Escape they will not only get to know aspects of the Liceu’s history, but they will also visit the most emblematic spaces in the building. Friday afternoons, Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays. For more information: Liceu Opera Barcelona
Room Escape in Liceu Opera Barcelona