It’s our second visit to Parque de Atracciones de Madrid and the owner’s latest’s additions are changing a small city park into a an interesting theme park to visit. TNT – El tren de la Mina, the investment in Halloween and the construction of a new kids area for the spring 2014 (Nickelodeon Land) are putting Madrid’s city park on the map. We like the park for many reasons: it’s opened during winter season on weekends, has more than 30 family and thrill attractions (none world class, but several good ones like the inverted roller coaster Tornado or the spinning coaster Tarantula) and is located on a huge park right in the center town (Casa de Campo. Madrid’s Zoo is next door and Prado Museum a 10 minute walk). So, many reasons for join us a field trip to Parque de Atracciones Madrid.
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