|Abismo, a Maurer Sohne Extended Sky Loop, can attract a long line. Close by is Tarantula, another Maurer Sohne creation, which features spinning cars that can create a unique experience on every ride. The other major coaster is an Intamin version of the Suspended Looping Coaster, Tornado. |
As is the case with all Spanish parks, the water rides are very wet. There are also quite a few intense flat rides (Drop Tower, Frisbee, Pirate Ship, Top Spin, Condor), two shooting rides (Ceuva de las Tarantulas and the always entertaining Desperado), and two rides inspired by Disney, Fantasia and Jungula, which are similar to It's a Small World and Jungle Cruise on a budget.
Viejo Caseron is an upcharge haunted house with limited show times. Groups of 8-10 people walk through at a time. The hours are posted in front of the attraction.
|Buffet Gran Avendia offers all you can eat (burgers, hot dogs, chicken, pasta salads, and even paella) at affordable prices. Throughout the park there are many other quick-service stands/kiosks, which have hot dogs, sandwiches on baguettes, and pizza. Pizzería La Fragua serves individual pizza with traditional (chorizo, sausage) and not-so-traditional (tuna fish) toppings.|
|The park is open year round with weekend operations from September to March. April and May bring some weekday operations. During the heart of the summer, June-August, the park is generally open every day. Always consult the park website for exact hours:|
|Access & Location|
From Madrid take the M-30 to the A-5 (Paseo de Extremadura) and follow the signs for Parque d'Atracciones.
From Madrid bus lines 33 and 65 access the park.
Take the Madrid Metro Line 10 to the Batan station.
|Virtual Queue Options|
|The parks has a rotation of shows based on fairy tales throughout the day. Jack and The Beanstalk, Snow White, Rapunzel, Aladdin, and Pinocchio are examples of previous offerings. The park generally has one of two shows featuring acrobats, jugglers, and aerialists. |