With Parque de Atracciones and Madrid, my trip report comes to an end. On my last days, I visited both Parque de Atracciones and the city Madrid. Parque de Atracciones isn't really a one day park. You are most likely done in the afternoon which allows you to visit the city in the evening.
Parque de Atracciones has some flat rides, but also an Intamin inverter which was really good, two Maurer&Söhne coasters called Abismo and Tarántula (out of service), a mine train and two kiddy coasters one of which is hidden in the newer Nickelodeon area of the park.
With the season pass of Bobbejaanland you get free access to both Parque Warner and Parque de Atracciones, so if you're interested in going and a European citizen, order this season pass!
The city of Madrid was really crowded and even the shops were open until 9pm on Easter sunday, which surprised me honestly said, because I thought the Spanish are quite religious.
Enjoy the photos and get some last Spanish parks impressions.
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