Christmas at PortAventura

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Christmas is coming – but in PortAventura, it has already arrived. The park is already decked out in its festive finery and in amongst its fabulous rides and rollercoasters, there are some new features to make it all feel extra Christmassy this year right the way through until January 6.

For those who want to buy more than just souvenirs, this year PortAventura has a Christmas market with 31 traditional wooden stalls selling everything from leather goods, soaps and perfumes to bread, cheese and crackers. The market also has a resident ice sculptor.

Over by the park’s Wall of China there is a snowtube slide where children and adults alike can whizz down the slippery slope in giant rubber rings while an ice rink has been set up in the Mexican area.

There are 17 daily Christmas shows around the park including acrobatic displays, ice-skating, musicals and a show based around creating magic with sand.

Stays at PortAventura during the Christmas period range from 58 euros per person per night (including park entry on every day of your stay including arrival and departure) through to a startingprice of 270 euros per person per night on New Year’s Eve – including a celebration dinner and party.

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Journalist and author specialising in travel with children. I write for several national publications and am author of Travelling with Children: A Parent's Guide. You can see some of my articles at www.catherinecooper.net
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4 Responses to Christmas at PortAventura

  1. Shannon says:

    Sounds like a holiday delight..wonder how would it compare to Disney World

  2. pedro says:

    PortAventura is the most exciting theme park in spain idd. Every year I spend a couple of days with my friends in there hehe. Just in case you go back again, check http://www.barcelonapoint.com/en/port_aventura/hotels_tickets/ for discounts and special prices. Sometimes they do awesome offers in Portaventura hotels and tickets. Hope it helps!

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