Cheap Holidays to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid
The Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is one of the oldest amusement parks in Spain: it opened its doors in 1969 and, since then, it has done nothing but keep moving forward, installing innovative attractions and offering new shows for visitors. Let's find out what's on offer, as well as hotels near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid and the best hotel plus Parque de Atracciones Madrid packages.
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Themed areas in the Parque Atracciones de Madrid
Are you looking for roller coasters, or a fun time on the bumper cars, or perhaps a break from all that adrenaline in a quieter space? At the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid there is something for everyone, from the most cautious and cautious to the most adventurous and thrill-seekers. In total there are 32 rides spread over the different themed areas, which are the following four.
- Maquinismo. If you are looking for the most daring attractions in the park, this is the area for you. This is where you will find those classified as "intense" or "moderate", where you will find the wildest roller coasters, the vertical drop or a gigantic spinning machine. You can also cool off on the Aserradero rides. The only "but" we can put is that all the rides here, due to their intensity, require a minimum height: the least, Rotor, which requires a height of 110 centimetres. There are no shows in this area of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, so you will have to go to another area to rest and take a break from all the speed. There are four establishments where you can buy something to eat or drink: a Domino's Pizza restaurant, El Templete (for a quick bite to eat) and the Granizados Abismo and El Congelador kiosks for refreshments.
- Tranquilidad. Its very name suggests it: this is the area of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid designed for a little rest, for families with small children who can't go on very strong rides and for those who avoid big thrills. This is by no means a boring area: here you can go on the highest attraction in the park (Star Flyer), experience a virtual simulator, sail through the jungle on board a log boat or fly in a zeppelin. Here you can see two shows set in the world of zombies. There is an all-you-can-eat self-service buffet restaurant, Gran Avenida, and an express restaurant, La Plaza.
- Naturaleza. We enter the greenest area of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid. Here the attractions are considered "soft" and "moderate", so we will find everything. From "calm" rapids where we will spin on the water aboard a round boat (great fun), to a 4D cinema or the wooden roller coaster TNT - Tren de la Mina. And if it's a hot day, you shouldn't miss the opportunity to take a trip on The Fjords, a tour with intense descents of up to 15 metres aboard a boat. You'll get wet for sure! There are no shows here and, for a snack or drink, you can order a snack from the Granizados Vértigo kiosks and the Llaollao Food Truck. There is also a candy shop for those with a sweet tooth.
- Nickelodeon Land. The children's favourite area in the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, where they will never want to leave! Here they will have fun with their favourite Nickelodeon characters, including SpongeBob SquarePants and Tritonman. All the attractions are considered "soft" and some of them have no height restriction to enter, so that the youngest members of the family can enjoy them. Three shows are scheduled in this area, of course, set in the animated world of Nickelodeon: Paw Patrol, SpongeBob SquarePants and Nickelodeon Characters. Here you will find an express food restaurant, the Nickelodeon Café, and a kiosk for a quick snack, Nickelodeon Snack.
The best attractions at Parque de Atracciones de Madrid
The Parque de Atracciones de Madrid opened its doors in 1969, too many years in which it has changed what the public is looking for and which has forced it to innovate, reform and replace some attractions. Today, this leisure complex located in Madrid's Casa de Campo has a total of 32 attractions ranging from mild to moderate to intense.
Most of the attractions require a minimum height to be able to access them, so we recommend you to check them if you are travelling with your family with small children, to know where they can and cannot go on them. These are all the attractions of the Madrid Park, by thematic areas.
- Abismo (intense). This is one of the most powerful attractions you will find in the park. Abismo at the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is a roller coaster that reaches a speed of 105 kilometres per hour and does spins, hills and inversions. The minimum height to go up is 135cm.
- Aserradero (moderate). Follow a turbulent river aboard a log with plenty of refreshing moments, ideal for the hottest days. A minimum height of 110cm is required.
- La Lanzadera (intense). A 63 metre high free fall at 87km/h. The Madrid Amusement Park's Shuttle leaves no one indifferent! Minimum height: 120cm.
- La Máquina (intense). One of the most emblematic attractions of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, with 180º horizontal movements. Minimum height: 130cm.
- Rotor (moderate). Up to 28 ships rotate on themselves at a height of 32 metres, ideal for seeing the views of Madrid and the Casa de Campo... if you don't get dizzy! if you don't get dizzy! Minimum height: 110cm.
- Sillas voladoras (moderate). A classic of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, the flying chairs, a rotating carousel. Minimum height: 120cm.
- Tarántula (intense). A 25-metre high roller coaster with 360º turns. In the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid Tarántula is for thrill seekers. Minimum height: 120cm.
- Tifón (moderate). You will climb up to 15 metres as it swings. Tifón at Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is similar to La Máquina, but at the same time, very different. Minimum height: 120cm.
- Top Spin (intense). One of the most emblematic attractions, which will leave you speechless. Minimum height: 140cm.
- Tornado (intense). A spectacular roller coaster that will leave you with your feet dangling. In the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid Tornado is one of the most daring rides. Minimum height: 120cm.
- La Jungla (gentle). A quiet ride through the jungle on board a log raft. No minimum height.
- Virtual Simulator (soft). A thrilling experience with movement in the seats. Minimum height: 122cm.
- Star Flyer (intense). Spins and more spins at 80 metres high and at 70km/h. Minimum height: 120cm.
- Zeppelin (gentle). A ride on an elevated monorail at 10 metres. The Zeppeling at the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is ideal for the whole family. No minimum height.
- 4D Cinema (soft): Experience a four-dimensional film with effects, movements and visions! No minimum height.
- Los Fiordos (moderate). To cool off in summer, with a 15-metre drop on board a boat. Minimum height: 110cm.
- Los rápidos (gentle). An 800-metre water circuit in a raft, from which you will emerge soaking wet. Minimum height: 110cm.
- Tiovivo (soft). A real jewel made in France in 1927. No minimum height.
- TNT-Tren de la Mina (moderate). There are many roller coasters in the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, but none like this one: made entirely of wood and set in the Far West. Minimum height: 100cm.
- Vértigo (moderate). A roller coaster with vertiginous curves for children from 110cm upwards.
- Al bosque con Diego (mild). For the more intrepid children there is this roller-bus. No minimum height.
- Cazamedusas de Patricio (soft). In the Parque de Atracciones in Madrid the children's area has jellyfish that go round and round. No minimum height.
- Coches de choque Rugrats (soft). Bumper cars suitable for children in the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid in Nickelodeon. Minimum height: 90cm.
- Hero Spin (soft). Piloted spaceships with 360 degree movements. Minimum height: 90cm.
- La aventura de Dora (soft). A tour that will take you into the forest. Minimum height: 90cm.
- TMNT-Driving School (soft). Learn to drive with the Ninja Turtles. Minimum height 105cm.
- Los globos locos (soft). A kind of swing in Parque de Atracciones de Madrid where they rotate around an axis. No minimum height.
- Magneto de Jimmy Neutron (soft). A tower for the kids to experience strong emotions. No minimum height.
- Nickelodeon Express (soft). A leisurely tour of the area. No minimum height.
- Padrinos voladores (gentle). A ride in the air aboard a light aircraft. Minimum height: 90cm.
- Patrulla Canina (soft). In the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid Patrulla Canina is a fun roller coaster for children. Minimum height: 90cm.
- Splash Bash (soft). A gondola that turns on itself and gives a water pistol to aim at rivals. Great fun. Minimum height: 95cm.
Where can I sleep with a PortAventura hotel + ticket package
Are you preparing a trip to Madrid and want to take the opportunity to visit its veteran amusement park? Perhaps you've thought about how much tickets cost, looking at hotel rooms, then how to get there? If you want to save time, hassle and headaches, the most convenient and cheapest way is to buy a package that includes hotel plus Parque de Atracciones de Madrid.
Is it cheaper than booking separately and on your own? Yes. Far from what some people think, that this way they "save" the middleman, the truth is that specialised agencies that offer hotel plus Parque de Atracciones Madrid packages get better prices because they buy in large quantities, "wholesale". In this way, they get bigger discounts that are passed on to their clients.
Moreover, if you book the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid with hotel in an agency, if you have any problem, everything is centralised in the same place. You will have one contact to solve any unforeseen problem and you won't have to call the park on the one hand and the hotel on the other to see if they can offer you a solution. As you can see, everything is easy if we buy a pack of hotel and Parque de Atracciones de Madrid!
Where can we stay to go to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid? The veteran leisure complex is located in the Casa de Campo, in the city of Madrid. The most convenient option would be to look for a Parque de Atracciones de Madrid hotel in this area, or in the district of Latina. However, the nearest metro station is Batán (line 10), which leaves you right in front, just 50 metres from the entrance. Therefore, we can move quickly and comfortably from other parts of the capital. Cercanías trains also arrive nearby (Laguna stop), so another option for the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid hotel package is to look for accommodation in surrounding towns (ideal for those who want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the big city). Some of them would be: Alcobendas, Torrejón de Ardoz, Leganés, Getafe or Pozuelo de Alarcón.
A pack that includes tickets plus hotel in Parque de Atracciones de Madrid will also allow you to take advantage of your stay to visit some of the most emblematic places in the Spanish capital: from the Prado Museum to visiting the Plaza Real, eating a calamari sandwich or strolling through the Retiro Park. A good opportunity to do some sightseeing and, at the same time, have a great time enjoying the park's attractions.
Value for money hotels near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid
Looking for a hotel in Madrid near the oldest Parque de Atracciones? In the capital of Spain you won't be short of a room to stay in; the range is so wide that you can waste a lot of time looking for and comparing prices for accommodation near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid. To make it easier for you, we have prepared a list of the best value-for-money hotels and flats near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid. Take note.
- Hotel Madrid Gran Vía by Meliá. This is a three-star accommodation located in a privileged location for those who want to experience Madrid to the fullest: in the heart of Gran Vía and next to Puerta del Sol, Plaza de España, Plaza Cibeles and the Art Triangle. So you will be able to visit the most interesting places in the city in just a few metres and you will also be next to the Gran Vía metro stop, to move comfortably to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid (Madrid Amusement Park). It has superior rooms with views of the city, a multi-purpose room and serves a varied buffet breakfast with international cuisine.
- Hotel Vincci Capitol. A good four-star hotel near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, as it is next to the Callao metro station. Located on Madrid's Gran Via, the interior is elegantly decorated in Art Deco style and features all the comforts for a luxury experience at a good price in the centre of Madrid. The rooms are fully soundproofed and have air conditioning, pillow menu, minibar and hairdryer. It is 500 metres from Puerta del Sol and a 10-minute walk from Plaza Mayor Square. Parking is available for a surcharge.
- Hotel Riu Plaza España. Looking for a park that includes tickets to Madrid's Parque de Atracciones with hotel? A good place to stay in the capital is this four-star, value-for-money hotel. It offers all the services you will need during your stay: room service, concierge, 24-hour reception... and it also has an outdoor heated swimming pool, fitness centre and discotheque. So it is an accommodation suitable for families as well as for couples and groups of friends.
- Hotel Indigo Madrid - Princesa. A four-star alternative to enjoy the Madrid Amusement Park and hotel is this accommodation located in the centre, from where you can comfortably move to the Casa de Campo by metro (the Callao stop is very close), and at the same time, we will be in the heart of the cultural and leisure life of the city. The Plaza Mayor is 600 metres away and the Royal Palace is a five-minute walk away. The hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool and solarium, and there is also a bar and restaurant.
- Hotel Vincci Soma. Modern four-star accommodation next to the Goya metro station. The rooms are spacious and have a pillow menu. Among the hotel's services, we highlight that it serves a buffet breakfast to start the day with strength, gym, restaurant and meeting facilities. Just a five-minute walk from the Retiro Park.
- Petit Palace President Castellana Hotel. A luxury accommodation (it is a four-star), but it offers good prices for its quality. It has many types of rooms that will adapt to the size of your group or family and among its services, it has an iPad for free use on request, a hydromassage bathtub, free bicycles to explore the city and children's pushchairs. It is a five-minute walk from the Rubén Darío metro station.
Which are the closest hotels to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid
If you are looking for accommodation near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid you will benefit from several things: first, you will be closer to the leisure complex, so we will have to get up less early (something that the little ones of the family will surely like); second, we will be close to the green lung of Madrid that is the Casa de Campo; third, we will be a few minutes from any other point of Madrid, also from the centre, thanks to the good connections by metro and bus. Here we have prepared a list for you to book a hotel in Madrid near the Parque de Atracciones.
- Hotel Ramada Wyndham Madrid - Getafe (4 stars). A very comfortable, elegant hotel with all the services you will need during your stay in Madrid. Its rooms are modern and spacious and its facilities include a restaurant, cafeteria, conference area, car rental service, free wifi, laundry service and room service. It is located in Getafe, a quieter municipality than the capital, and close to the A-4. Ideal for those travelling in private vehicles, as it has a free parking area for guests. It is a 20-minute drive from Madrid's Parque de Atracciones.
- Exe Getafe (4 stars). A Parque de Atracciones de Madrid hotel for those seeking maximum comfort, ideal for family holidays and business trips. It offers a very complete buffet service to start the day with energy. There is room service and wifi connection. The rooms are all spacious and bright, with parquet floors, large bathrooms and a choice of pillows. Free indoor and outdoor parking is available for guests. It is an 18-minute drive from Madrid's Parque de Atracciones de Madrid.
- Hotel Valdemoro (3 stars). A good option for those looking for Parque de Atracciones de Madrid hotels nearby, but without being in the middle of the big city. Here you will stay in a much smaller and quieter town to the south, Valdemoro, but at the same time it is very well communicated. It is only a 30 minute drive from the leisure complex and only 50 metres from the train station for public transport to Madrid. As for the hotel, it is modest, but it has all the amenities you will need during your stay: private bathroom, safe, desk, flat screen TV and car rental service.
- Hotel Las Artes (3 stars) Looking for flats near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid? Here we bring you a very simple and cosy hotel 25 kilometres away, ideal for those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city, without being far away, in the municipality of Pinto. The rooms are modern and elegant, soundproofed and the hotel has a fitness centre which can be accessed for a supplement. There is no shortage of free Wi-Fi and plasma satellite TV. It is well connected to the A-4 motorway.
- Hotel Tryp Madrid Leganés (3 stars). A hotel close to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, both by car and train: if we take our vehicle, we will reach the theme park in just 18 minutes; by public transport, we will be at the park in 45 minutes taking the metro (lines 10 and 12). The rooms have wooden floors and are very cosy, air-conditioned and equipped with flat-screen TV. There is room service, gym, wifi, bar and private parking. All in the town of Leganés, close to but far from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
- Hotel Reston Valdemoro (3 stars). A good option for those looking for accommodation near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid that is good value for money and in a quiet town, as is the case of Valdemoro. The rooms are elegant, spacious and bright and the hotel has free wifi, air conditioning and heating, a restaurant where continental breakfast is served, bar and a nice garden terrace to relax. Pets are welcome on request. It is half an hour's drive from Madrid's Parque de Atracciones.
How to get to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid
How to get to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid Where is Parque de Atracciones de Madrid? Let us answer your questions. As it is in the middle of the city, in the Casa de Campo area, we can take advantage of the large network of regular public transport that runs through Madrid (we recommend this option because traffic in the city is very heavy). There are several options for getting to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid:
- By car. It is very easy to get there by private vehicle: there is a direct entrance from the N-5 (the Extremadura road), taking the Parque de Atracciones exit, or the M-30 in the direction of Badajoz, and taking the exit marked Parque de Atracciones / Casa de Campo. For parking, the park offers a large open-air car park which is free of charge, although you should bear in mind that it is not guarded. On the other hand, the car park at the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid fills up quite quickly, so it is advisable to arrive a little before the park's opening hours.
- By metro. It works quite well in Madrid, where the lines have high frequencies and trains run every few minutes. If you want to know how to get to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid by metro, you will have to get off at the Batán stop, where Line 10 passes. This is just 50 metres from the entrance to the park, making it a very convenient option.
- By bus. If you are wondering how to get to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid by bus, it is very easy: there are several regular lines from different parts of the city that go to Casa de Campo. Line 33 (Príncipe Pío - Casa de Campo), Line 55 (Atocha - Batán) and Line 65 (Plaza Jacinto Benavente - Colonia Gran Capitán) will take you directly to the park. So the best thing to do is to leave your car in the hotel car park and use one of these public transport options, as it will be faster (you will avoid the city traffic jams) and more comfortable.
- By suburban train. If you are staying in a nearby town, you should know that you can also get to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid by Renfe short-distance train. The nearest station is Laguna, less than 2 kilometres away (a 20-minute walk). The C-5 line passes through here, which runs through Humanes de Madrid, Fuenlabrada, Leganés, the city of Madrid, Alcorcón and Móstoles. If you choose this option, it is advisable to check the timetables of the Cercanías train that passes through the municipality where your hotel is located, as although there are frequent trains, they are not as frequent as the metro.
Map of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid
What is the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid like? How is it laid out? At the ticket offices you will be given a map of the Madrid Amusement Park so that you know where your favourite attractions are at all times and so that you can plan your visit.
You will also be able to differentiate the themed areas of the park and find out where the souvenir shops are, the areas with games of skill, restaurants and other places to buy food and drink, as well as all the services the leisure complex has (baby car, cloakrooms, information, recommended points for taking photos, picnic areas, cash machines, defibrillators, first-aid kits and smoking areas).
From the entrance of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid we will go directly to the Tranquilidad area; to our left will be the thrills of the Maquinismo attractions, and to the right, the Naturaleza area. The Nickelodeon Land children's area is on the northern edge of the park.
What are the closest hotels to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid?
If you want to sleep in hotels near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid to make the most of your rest and enjoy a full day in its fun-filled themed areas, we have several options such as: Hotel Valdemoro, Hotel Las Artes, Hotel Tryp Madrid Leganés... remember that even if you are staying in another town, we can use the Parque de Atracciones Madrid car park or the metro to get there.
How can I cancel a reservation at the Madrid Amusement Park?
Have you had an unforeseen event and finally you won't be able to use your Madrid Amusement Park with hotel package? Don't worry, with us it is possible to cancel your booking up to two days in advance of your trip. Another option is to change the dates to continue benefiting from the offers to Madrid Amusement Park.
How much does a package of Hotel + Ticket to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid cost?
Buying a pack that includes hotel and Parque de Atracciones de Madrid you will get much more advantageous prices than if you booked separately and on your own. For this reason, we recommend you to check out the discounts to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid that we have prepared for you, with tickets to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid to access the leisure complex and with interesting offers of Parque de Atracciones de Madrid for groups.
What are the best value for money hotels near the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid?
There is a wide range of accommodation in the city of Madrid near the Parque de Atracciones. We can look for a hotel near the complex, in the area of Casa de Campo, or look for hotels with good value for money in the centre, to take advantage and visit tourist attractions on your trip. Some ideas are: Hotel Petit Palace President in the Castellana or the Hotel Madrid Gran Vía by Meliá next to Puerta del Sol.
How do I receive my tickets?
Once you have bought your Parque de Atracciones de Madrid tickets, you will have unlimited access to all the fun it has to offer: you will be able to move around all its themed areas and see its shows. To go to the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, tickets must be printed out (you will receive them by email) or shown at the ticket office from your mobile phone.
What is the minimum age to enter the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid?
There is no minimum age to enjoy the rides and shows at the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid. However, for safety reasons, the rides do have height restrictions (and also age restrictions, when they are designed for the enjoyment of young children). It is also possible to enter the park without an adult if you are a minor. As there is a children's area, it is an ideal park for the whole family.
What happens if it rains during my trip to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid?
It can happen, but don't worry! The Parque de Atracciones de Madrid has, luckily, several alternatives to keep you having fun without getting wet on rainy days. There are several attractions that are under cover, such as the Virtual Simulator and the Tiovivo, as well as musical shows and fun shows for the whole family, such as a visit to SpongeBob SquarePants' House or The Walking Dead Experience.
What do I need to bring to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid?
It depends on the time of year. As it's going to be an intense day outdoors, in summer we recommend you always take sun cream and sunscreen (such as hats or caps), to avoid sunstroke and heat stroke, although you can always protect yourself on the rides under cover during the middle of the day, when the sun is at its hottest. We also recommend bringing a spare change of clothes for when you stop riding the water rides... you'll end up soaking wet and may catch a cold.
What is the best day to visit the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid?
Every day is a good day to visit the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid in Casa de Campo. However, if we go by the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid opening hours, the longest is in the summer months, during the school holidays, between the end of June and the beginning of September: it opens its doors from 8am to 10pm. The rest of the year, the longest opening hours are at weekends. We recommend avoiding public holidays to avoid long queues at the attractions.