Great time for all ages and exciting experience

Madrid amusement park (Parque de Atracciones) is a great place to spend the day for kids and adults, if you like that. You will find the typical attractions like rollercoaster, free fall and water rides. In Madrid “Parquet de atracciones”, water attractions will open on May, in summer time you will need to ride one at least every hour because it gets really hot.

Like any other amusement park, you will find rides for all ages, for the really small children to adults.

Very close to the Madrid amusement park, you will find also Madrid Zoo Aquarium park, so if you are tired of going up and down and want to take a break or walk around animals, that could be a great choice. You can even plan half day visit to each of them.

You will find a large number of fast food kiosks to have a lunch break, like pizza, hamburgers, sandwiches and ice-creams. Yes, I know, is not the best for a diet but, enjoy it!! You are on holidays.

If the park is extremely crowdie, you can get a Speedy pass, there are diffetent types and prices but you will be able to skip the line. My recommendation is that do not buy it at the entrance or online, verify first and if is crowdie get it there.

Opening hours

In summer time, from June to August the Amusement park opens almost every day from 12:00 to 0:00.

For the rest of the year, my recommendation is to take a look at the calendar that you will find on the website.

If you want to buy tickets, you will get a great discount if you buy them online. The prices for online tickets are:

Adult (over 140 cm tall) 19,90€ (if you buy it on the park 31,90€)

Children (between 100 cm and 140 cm) 19,90€ (if you buy it on the park 24,90€)

Senior (over 60 years old) 19,90€ (if you buy it on the park 19,90€)

People with disability 19,90€ (if you buy it on the park 19,90€)

Children under 100 cm FREE.

How to get there:

If you go by car or taxi, the address is Parque de atracciones, Casa de Campo s/n.

By subway, you have to go to Batan station, the entrance is only 50 meters away.

There are also two buses that will take there, the lines are 33 and 65.


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