Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza
In the middle of the Los Pinares de Venecia, the largest city park of Saragossa, there is a slightly smaller Tivoli since 1974: the Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza. The location itself reminds very much of the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, the charm itself rather resembles the theme park Tivoli World near Malaga. Besides numerous classic rides, the park has a public swimming pool.
Nachdem wir uns an einer Spielbude mit allen nötigen Tickets eingedeckt hatten ging es auch sogleich zur ersten Achterbahn. Die Kinderachterbahn La Mina fuhr sich für einen Family Gravity Coaster aus dem Hause Zamperla durchaus in Ordnung. Kinder kommen hier zumindest voll auf ihre Kosten.
The big roller coaster of the Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza is a little older and is called Moncayo. The ride on the Galaxy, built in 1974 by the manufacturer S.D.C., convinces with its solid descents and its never-ending helices. In addition, it offers the proven ride fun as you can experience it in Germany on the roller coaster Berg & Tal – a great fun for the whole family.
Directly next to it, the really beautiful and also most visited ride of the park make its rounds. It should be noted that Saltamontes is always the most popular ride in Spain. Quetzal at least is no exception. Together with the Reverchon log flume Gran Tikal, the ride creates a harmonious overall theme, but this is already broken by the Top Spin Revolution next to them.
In the immediate vicinity of the three rides is the Ramses duelling shuttle coaster, although during our visit only the front side was in operation and the rear side has been standing still for ages (editor’s note. Meanwhile the back side is in operation, but the front one is not anymore). The ride on the oversized butterfly is rather forceful and takes an eternity until you are back on the road. Splendid! Ramses is a great roller coaster in a great scenery, what more could you want?
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Conclusion Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza
The Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza itself has some nice corners to offer, but it does not have the charm of the Tivoli World park on the Costa Dorada, but the price is much lower, because you can get 2 tickets with your entrance ticket or arm yourself with a wristband from the beginning. Due to lack of time and money of two participants we had to count, watch and say goodbye; since not much was going on around noon anyway, this isn’t too shameful. The visit cost us a total of 5 tickets; yet, I do not need another visit here. Even though I would probably enjoy the parks offer very much, especially in the evening hours.
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