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Best Theme Parks in Barcelona

Barcelona Theme Parks

Visit best theme parks in Barcelona including Port Aventura, Ferrari Land, Tibidabo, Gnomo Park, Salting L’Hospitalet and many more.

Spending a day in a theme park with friends and family is truly a fun-filled experience and Barcelona is no short of them! Port Aventura in Tarragona is one of the biggest theme parks in Barcelona with over 40 exhilarating rides spread across six fun-filled themed worlds. The park also hosts several new shows every season that even repeat visitors have something fresh and new to explore every visit. Ferrari Land is a F1-themed theme park with 16 adventurous rides that literally make you feel like an actual Formula 1 racer.

Tibidabo Amusement Park entertains its guests with modern attractions like Talaia, the Airplane, the Russian Mountain, and the Virtual Express. PP's Park tops the list of Amusement Parks in Barcelona for families with  scalextric tracks, jumping beds, and roller coasters. Gnomo Park is the most favorite one amongst families with kids as it has a dedicated outdoor play area for children. Catalunya en Miniatura is a miniature park which is also the biggest of Europe's fourteen miniature parks.
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Which are the best theme parks in Barcelona ?

1. Port Aventura: Situated at about just one hour from Barcelona, tourists can discover the six worlds of one of Europe's most iconic theme parks here. An ideal destination for a family getaway, Port Aventura is one of the best theme parks in Barcelona that has more than 40 super cool rides for the visitors to enjoy and experience.  New shows are included for every season and the theme park features some of the best restaurants serving a wide variety of national and international cuisine. Click Here to Book: Portaventura Park & Ferrari Land Tickets

Average Price: Adults (11-59 years) - From € 48  per day, Junior (4-10 years) & Seniors (From 60 years) - From € 42 per day 
Timing: 10.00 AM - 6.00 PM Mon-Sun
Location: Tarragona, Spain

2. Ferrari Land: Featuring 16 adventurous attractions and games, Ferrari Land offers its guests an authentic ferrari experience jam packed with emotion, adventure, and fun. This theme park is one of the very few theme parks in Barcelona that is designed to transport you to the famous Italian buildings and the restaurants here serve delicious Italian cuisine.  The adrenaline pumping rides here with daunting free falls, racing, and turns make you feel like a real F1 racer. The Red Force roller coaster ride here is the fastest one in Europe.

Average Price:  Adults (11-59 years) - From € 20  per day, Junior (4-10 years) & Seniors (From 60 years) - From € 18 per day 
Timing: 10.30 AM - 4.00 PM Monday-Sun
Location: Avinguda Alcalde Pere Molas, s/n 43480 Vila-Seca, Tarragona

3. Tibidabo: Tibidabo Amusement Park is one of the unique theme parks in Barcelona that offers a magical experience with iconic and modern attractions, such as the Talaia, the Airplane, the Russian Mountain, or the Virtual Express, as well as unique shows, such as the Hotel Krüeger or the Marionetarium, and gastronomic spaces, such as the Club dels Adventurers. And all of this in the natural setting of the Serra de Collserola, with the best city views. Click Here to Book: Tibidabo Amusement Park

Average Price: Entry + Firefly : €35 per day, Junior ticket + Firefly (90-120 cm)    : €14 per day
Timing: 11.00 AM - 7.00 PM Sat & Sun; Closed on other days 
Location:  Pl. del Tibidabo, 3, 4, 08035 Barcelona, Spain

4. PP's Park: Costa Brava's very own amusement park is called Pps's Park. This one of the most loved Theme Parks in Barcelona and features more than 7,000 square meters packed with rides suitable for the whole family, including scalextric tracks, jumping beds, roller coasters, and a variety of water attractions. Visitors to this park can expect to have the time of their lives here for a period of two to three hours.

Average Price: Prices range from €2.80 to €10 for attraction fees.
Timing: 4.30 PM - 9.30 PM Sat & Sun; Closed on other days
Location: Avinguda de s'Agaró, 110, 17250 Platja d'Aro, Girona, Spain

5. Gnomo Park: The "Gnomo Park" is one of the most enthralling Theme Parks in Barcelona with the popular world of the GNOMOS as its inspiration, and it was designed specifically for families to visit and enjoy. On the road that leads from Blanes to Lloret de Mar is where you'll find the park that was built in the middle of a Mediterranean pine forest (Costa Brava). The amusement park for children also features an outdoor section with a selection of activities and games for children under the age of 12, including a bird farm and a fun aquatic game.

Average Price: Children from 8 months to 2 years: 5 Euros, Children from 2 years to 12 years: 15 Euros
Timing: Closed until 2023 season
Location: Carretera de Lloret a Blanes GI-682, pk 7,8 (rotonda platja Santa Cristina) 17310 Lloret de Mar, Girona

Suggested Read: Things To Do In Barcelona Spain

6. Catalunya en Miniatura: Catalunya en Miniatura is a miniature park and the largest of Europe's fourteen miniature building exhibitions. Here, tourists can enter a miniature version of Catalonia! The Living Forest is an adventure park where young and old alike can get lost among the trees, climb a pine trunk, or traverse zip lines. This Barcelona Theme Park also features a picnic area, bar, restaurant, a train, an amphitheater, a playground, and a gift shop.

Average Price: Exhibition of Models Ticket Price for Adults - € 14.00, Children (3 - 12 years) - € 9.00, Seniors over 60 years - € 9.00, Audio Guide -  € 2.00
Timing: 10.00 AM - 5.00 PM Mon-Sun
Location: Can Balasch de Baix, s/n, 08629 Torrelles de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain

7. Salting L’Hospitalet: Salting is one of the innovative amusement parks in Barcelona, and it is dedicated to the physical and mental well-being of its visitors. A recreation center that is solely devoted to trampolines and is open to anyone who is looking for an experience that is one of a kind. The various zones here are - Parkour Zone, Zip Line, Airbag Zone, Trapeze, Basket Zone, Wall Zone, etc., There is a dedicated area for kids to enjoy trampolines and is called the Salting Kids.

Average Price: 
- Monday to Thursday in School Period: 15 min – €4 / 30 min – €7 / 1h – €10.50 / 2h – €17
- Monday to Sunday: 15 min – €4.50 / 30 min – €8 / 1h – €12.50 / 2h – €20
Timing:
- 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Monday - Friday
- 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM Sat, Sun & public holidays
Location: Daf indoor sports sl, B67058644, Industrial crossing 107, Hospitalet de Llobregat

8. Barcelona Bosc Urba: This is one of the latest and the most exhilarating amusement parks in Barcelona to experience adventure circuits, high-altitude jumping and zip lining. The theme park is classified into three circuits - Family Circuit, Sports Circuit, and High-Altitude Jumping. The Forest Food Truck here serves delicious hamburgers, crepes, and tapas.

Average Price:
- Family circuit: € 17 per person
- Sports circuit: € 17 per person
- High-altitude jumping (30 minutes): € 8 per person
Timing: Varies based on month and day. Kindly confirm the timings prior visiting. 
Location: Parc del Forum, s/n, 08019 Barcelona, Spain

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What are the activities ‘to experience in theme parks in Barcelona ?

1. Explore the miniature buildings at Catalunya en Miniatura: One of the most interesting Amusement Parks in Barcelona, visitors can check out the miniature versions of the iconic buildings of Barcelona and other parts of the world.

2. Race like a F1 racer at Ferrari Land: With 16 exciting rides and games, visitors to Ferrari Land can enjoy a genuine Ferrari experience that's also full of thrills, spills, and good times. Here you can ride the fastest roller coaster in all of Europe—the Red Force. Delicious Italian cuisine can be found at the restaurants in this theme park.

3. Have ultimate fun at PP's Park: This is one of the most well-liked Theme Parks in Barcelona, and it spans over 7,000 square metres and is packed with rides that are appropriate for the entire family. These rides include scalextric tracks, jumping beds, roller coasters, and a number of different water attractions.

4. Go for ziplining at Barcelona Bosc Urba: This Barcelona Theme Park has exciting zip lines placed in the Sports circuit that has 15 exciting games of skill 5 metres from the ground. Children over 11 years can experience thrilling ziplining here.

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What is the most popular theme park in Barcelona?

Port Aventura is widely considered to be one of the best theme parks in Barcelona. It comprises six different worlds with forty exciting rides for guests to enjoy and experience. The theme park features some of the best restaurants in the area, each of which offers a diverse selection of local, regional, national, and even international cuisine, and each season brings with it brand new shows.

Which are the best waterparks in Barcelona to have fun ?

1. Water World: Located at Lloret del Mar, on the Costa Brava, this Barcelona Theme Park is home to the world's largest water coaster, a 250-meter ride through the dark appropriately named "Water Mountain."

2. PortAventura Park: One of the most popular Amusement Parks in Barcelona, the water park here has 20 attractions, including a 31m free fall slide, the largest in Europe, water games, pools that recreate surfing waves, a beach, an indoor kids water park, and a lazy river.

3. Marineland: A water park has fun water rides like the 15 m Boomerang Half Pipe, the 60 m Hydrotube that ends in a huge bowl, a 12 m vertical dark slide called the Black Hole, along with swimming pools for adults and children.

What is Barcelona famous for?

Barcelona is a Mediterranean port city renowned for its artistic culture, culinary delicacies, and abundance of outdoor pursuits. Thanks to Gaudi's architecture, the city's 37 Michelin-starred restaurants, and the success of the Barcelona Football Club, Barcelona has become a popular tourist destination (soccer). Some of the most-visited tourist attractions in Barcelona are La Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, Las Ramblas, and Gothic Quarter to name a few. In addition, it is home to some of the world's most exciting nightlife.

How to reach Barcelona ?

Frequent flights depart from Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore, three of India's largest airports, to Madrid and Barcelona, among others in Europe. It takes about 9 hours and 40 minutes to fly nonstop from New Delhi Airport (DEL) to Madrid Airport (MAD). From Madrid Airport, you can reach Barcelona by-

Flight: It takes 1 hour and 47 minutes and costs between €25 and €100 for an air journey that departs from Madrid Airport (MAD) and lands in Barcelona.
Bus: You can also take a bus for €45-€65 and travel for 7 hours and five minutes to reach Barcelona from Madrid.
Train: A train journey from Madrid to Barcelona costs €65-€130 and takes about 4 hours and twenty-eight minutes.

How many days are enough to visit Barcelona ?

5 days. It is ideal to plan your Barcelona trip for about 5 days to explore the city’s attractions and activities at a leisurely pace.

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Barcelona Theme Parks Reviews

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Agnieszka Golda
Reviewed: 13 Apr 2023
5.0/5
Amazing place to visit
Agnieszka Golda
Agnieszka Golda
Agnieszka Golda
Agnieszka Golda
Agnieszka Golda
Agnieszka Golda
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Jocelle
Reviewed: 14 Mar 2024
5.0/5
It indeed skips the line, we just showed our ticket to the staff then they let us in, just few sec. The park was beatiful as well except for the crowd but it was a nice experience to explore the park in general. 
Jocelle
Jocelle
Jocelle
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Alessia Broaska
Reviewed: 28 Jun 2023
5.0/5
Parco bellissimo
alessia broaska
alessia broaska
alessia broaska
alessia broaska
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Toni Anne Arbon
Reviewed: 30 Sep 2023
5.0/5
I went a little bit earlier than my allocated time and went straight through with no problem - there was no line. I was there during late September. There is a great view from up the too of the hill. It is nice to see the classic mosaic designs from Gaudi.
Toni-Anne Arbon
Toni-Anne Arbon
Toni-Anne Arbon
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Aysha Musthafa
Reviewed: 25 Apr 2023
5.0/5
Perfect day to wander and immense in art and nature. Wonderful walk through with like-minded people. 
Aysha Musthafa
Aysha Musthafa
Aysha Musthafa
Aysha Musthafa
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Joe Iguchi
Reviewed: 22 Aug 2023
5.0/5
Booked only a few hours before for otherwise sold out tickets and was perfectly fine. 
Joe Iguchi
Joe Iguchi

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