If you are looking for a place to enjoy adventures with the little ones at home, friends or with any other loved one, theme parks are an excellent option. These places offer you the opportunity to take tours of fantasy sites, where the stress of work or worries disappear, and in exchange, unique moments are created that will be stored in a very special place in our memories.

Taking advantage of the fact that we are in spring, that the temperature invites you to go out and have fun, today we want to recommend some of the best theme parks in Spain. Next we will help you to schedule so that you visit the one that you like or interest the most, we will tell you details such as addresses, schedules, and of course, the price of tickets, which you can comfortably buy in this same article.


Madrid Amusement Park

Where: Madrid – Country House

One of the great classics of the Spanish capital, where you can enjoy more than 30 mechanical attractions and shows for the entire family. The hours change according to the time of year, almost always the doors open after 12 noon and the closing time can vary between 5 and 10 pm (in summer). Tickets for both children and adults can be obtained from 22.90 euros (there are offers for groups), as an important fact, both those over 65 and children less than 1 meter tall will be able to enter the park for free.

Madrid Zoo Aquarium

Where: Madrid – Country House

This is the first zoo in Madrid, it has more than 4,000 animals belonging to 500 species. The park also has an aquarium where there are exhibitions of birds and marine animals, all this is added to its night walks and unique tours. You can schedule your visit from Monday to Sunday, the opening hours are at 11 am and the closing time will depend on the season, but it is between 5 and 9 pm. Tickets for adults can be obtained from 19.90 euros and for children from 16.90 euros (there are promotions for groups)


Where: Madrid – Communities Avenue, 28

This park has 14 hectares of land, where its visitors can enjoy talks, observe a farm with exotic animals or a mangrove swamp with crocodiles. The zoo and botanical park has become one of the most innovative in the city, where you can also interact with pelicans, sea bears or penguins. The opening hours are at 11 a.m. and the closing hours vary, but you can visit it in May during the week until 7 p.m. and on weekends until 5 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for adults for 18.90 euros and for children from 16.90 euros. They have discounts for groups and special tickets that include different experiences.

Warner Park Madrid

Where: San Martin de la Vega, Madrid – A-4, exit 22,

A park where you can meet characters like Bug Bunny, Batman, Tweety or Superman, in addition to taking your adrenaline to the maximum with its more than 40 mechanical attractions. All year round this park organizes shows and shows live for its visitors with different themes, so it is an excellent option to go with the family. The opening hours are at 12 noon, while the closing time usually varies a lot, so we advise you to check the information carefully before buying the tickets, normally you can visit until midnight in summer. Tickets are priced from 29.90 euros, you can also get a pass for two consecutive days for 35.90 euros.


Port Aventura Park

Where: Vila-Seca, Tarragona – Avinguda Alcalde Pere Molas, s/n

This is undoubtedly one of the most visited parks in all of Spain, it has more than 20 years of history and visitors can enjoy six thematic areas offered by the enclosure (China, Polynesia, the Far West or Mexico and Sesame Adventure) . If you want to live an afternoon full of adrenaline with your loved ones, you cannot miss this park that is open during the week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (times change depending on the time of year). They have different ticket options, but if you want to go on a specific date, adult tickets start at 48 euros, while children and people over 60 can buy from 42 euros.

Fantasy Island

Where: Vilassar de Dalt, Barcelona – Finca Mas Brassó street, s/n

In this park, one of the largest of its kind in Spain, you can enjoy 22 water attractions, a children’s playground, three swimming pools and even a mini-golf area. Definitely an ideal place to spend unforgettable moments with the family, it has a cafeteria and restaurant. You can visit it from June, from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets for this unforgettable experience can be purchased from 31 euros for adults (more than 1.20 m) and for children (between 0.90 and 1.20 m) and over 65s for 19 euros, they also have special tickets for groups.



Where: Valencia – Avenida Pio Baroja, 3

This is definitely one of those places that transports you to another place, from different perspectives you will be able to observe animals of all species in their habitat. Under the concept of Zooimmersion, all visitors will be able to contemplate the beauty of wild nature without leaving the city. This majestic place opens its doors from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., making it the best option to spend a fun afternoon with the family. Children under four years of age will be able to access the park for free, while tickets for adults can be obtained from 17.50 euros (reduced price and with a discount at El Corte Inglés).


Seville Aquarium

Where: Seville – Las Delicias Pier, s/n

In this fabulous aquarium you can immerse yourself in a whole marine adventure, the place has 35 aquariums and an oceanarium. You will be able to learn the history of the guitarfish, a species that is threatened by high levels of fishing. From September to June, schedule your visit to the Seville Aquarium at the following times: Monday to Friday (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.), Saturdays and Sundays (10 a.m. to 7 p.m.). From July to August, the closing hours are extended by one hour (Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.). Don’t think twice and buy your tickets for adults for 17 euros and for children for 12 euros, and let yourself be carried away by the most exciting waves in the city.


Terra Mitica

Where: Benidorm, Alicante – Partida del Moralet, s/n

If you want a high dose of adrenaline for your body, you cannot miss this park, where you can find attractions for the most cautious and others for the most daring. The park lives up to its name, offering a historical journey through Mediterranean cultures, astonishing all visitors with its more than 900 square meters. Terra Mítica can be visited from June from 10:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (closing varies depending on the season). It is a perfect opportunity to buy tickets from 31 euros (adults) and 28 euros (children and seniors) and thus program yourself for an experience that you will remember forever.


Aqualand Torremolinos

Where: Torremolinos, Malaga – Calle Cuba, 10

One of the largest water parks on the Costa del Sol awaits you to cool off on hot summer days. Exciting slides and various attractions (a specific park for children) will make you enjoy the water like never before. You can visit it from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (in summer an hour is added to the closing time). Tickets can be purchased for adults from 34 euros, for children between five and ten years and over 65 years from 26 euros and for children between three and four years for 14 euros.


Terra Nature

Where: Murcia – Calle Regidor Cayetano Gago, s/n

An impressive zoo where visitors can see the imposing lions, the white rhinoceros or the funny meerkats. The park can be visited from Monday to Sunday, normally from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (closing time may vary depending on the season) and tickets have the following prices: for adults 15 euros and for children and seniors for 11 euro. If you want to connect with a natural paradise in the middle of the city, this site awaits you with its doors open.

* All prices included in this article are updated as of May 16, 2023.

By Nail

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