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10 reasons why you should visit Parque Warner Madrid, Spain!


1. SUPERMAN™: La Atracción de Acero


Entrance of Superman Ride at Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

Argued to be the most famous ride at the Parque Warner Madrid theme park, the facade of the ride brings you to your finest fantasy - flying like superman. This ride stimulates the flight of Superman, at the speed of more than 100km/h, it will definitely send your hairs raising! You will zoom through seven loops, and many free falls. It is a ride for the g-force hunters!


Start of the Superman Ride at Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

The Superman ride is a floorless rollercoaster that leaves your feet hanging as you 'fly' through the loops. It starts off with a short down hill before it climbs up 55 metres, initiating you to the ride with the first drop...

The red and blue theme translates throughout the ride, and it was a thrilling start to the day at the park.

Thrill factor: +++

2. La Venganza del ENIGMA


The Enigma, Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

Continue your experience as Superman at the Enigma, having a 115 metres free-fall, experiencing the tingling sensation down your body as you free-fall! For an added challenge, pose as Superman as you climb up the tower.

Thrill factor: +++

3. The Stunt Fall


Stunt Fall, Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

This ride is perfect for adrenaline junkies! Stunt fall is like a viking ride, plus 10,000 times the action! At top speed, this rollercoaster can go up to 115km/h!


Almost vertical drop at Stunt Fall, Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

It first goes it normal course, sending you up the 65 metres tower, pausing at the top before it sends you in the completely reverse direction, with an added loop! Screams of excitement can be heard from a mile away! This ride attracted more curious stares than the actual people riding it.


Thrill factor: +++++

4. BATMAN™: La Fuga


Gotham City in Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

Head into Gotham City for the next ride. And nope, you wouldn't be seeing Christian Bale or Ben Affleck for that matter. Instead, prepare to head to the Arkham Asylum, a prison that houses The Joker, Poison Ivy, Mr Freeze, and Bane.


Entrance to Batman La Fuga ride, Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

Your mission here is to chase the fugitive as Batman! Prepare for steep drops, loops, and sharp bends that will send you asking for more! The tracks of Batman La Fuga are on the top so you'll feel like you're flying as you are on the rollercoaster. In comparison to the other rides, this is a much milder one that you can possibly go two, or three, or maybe even four times!

Thrill factor: ++

5. Lex Luthor


Lex Luthor, Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

Lex Luthor is an inverter ride that takes you 360 degress, leaving you upside down a few times throughout the ride. Be sure not to take a full meal before the ride to avoid throwing up!

For us, we have tried faster inverter rides that are more thrilling than this. We thought that this ride was a little slow for our liking and it is probably more suitable for younger children.

Thrill factor: +

6. Police Academy Stunt Show


Police Academy Stunt Show, Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

Like fast cars? Then you got to watch the Police Academy Stunt Show where you'll get to see cars and motorcycles pit against one another as the police catch thieves narrative come into play. Alongside stunning pyrotechnics and loud booms and bams, it is a show appropriate for families.

Thrill factor: ++

7. The Crowds


What crowds? There were hardly anyone in the park. We believe that a good theme park experience = short waiting times, low crowd to maximise your time there.


Look at the number of people, you can possibly count it with both hands. This also meant that we had opportunites to take the rides multiple times with hardly any waiting time!

As compared to many other overrated theme parks, where there are long waiting lines, with you struggling to get a fast pass, why not go to Parque Warner to experience what it may seem like your own private park.

8. Warner Bros Characters


Warner Bros Characters, Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

How many of you have pictures taken with Mickey, Minnie, Winnie the Pooh and the likes... But how often do you get the chance to take photographs with the Warner Bros Characters like Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Bugs Bunny, Tasmanian Devil, and the Marvin the Martian? It is indeed a unique experience to see these characters come to life as they walk around the park. Statues of them are also erected everywhere round the park.


Walking Sylvester Mascot in the Park

Along with the fact that there's little families (and people in general) in the park, you won't have to wait in queues just to take a photo with the characters. If you are a parent with little children who absolutely want photos with every single character, this is the place you should go to!

9. The food!


Delicious ribs and sides

After taking all the rides, you'll definitely want to fill your stomach with food. With 21 restaurants and cafes in the park, you can have your pick on what you would like. Be it a sit down restaurant, or just a quick snack. What's more, with a Spainish price tag, what's more to grumble?

10. Only an hour from Madrid City Centre


Entrance to Parque Warner Madrid, Spain

Finally, Parque Warner Madrid is only an hour from Sol, Madrid and there are various ways to get here. To find out more, read our previous post on What to do on an extra day in Madrid, Spain? as we share tips on how to get here, and how to get tickets.

Bonus! Unlike all other theme parks which carry a hefty price tag, entrance to Parque Warner only costs 25.90 Euros (if you purchase it online). What are you waiting for? Plan your next trip here and share with us your experience!

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