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PortAventura & Ferrari Land Tickets: 1, 2, or 3-Day Entry

1. PortAventura & Ferrari Land Tickets: 1, 2, or 3-Day Entry

Enjoy 1, 2, or 3 days of thrills with a ticket to 2 amazing parks, meet fascinating characters, explore mysterious ruins in far away lands, feel like a real cowboy or cowgirl, embark on amazing adventures and make your dreams come true. Feel the adrenaline rush on board roller coasters, unwind in the spa, enjoy the fresh air with a round of golf or simply sit back and enjoy the tranquility of the gentle Mediterranean breeze. Explore PortAventura's third theme park dedicated to the prestigious Italian firm Ferrari. Visit a unique park in Europe and see its tribute not only to the technological facet of Ferrari, but also to its role as an emblem of Italian genius. Feel the speed, innovation, adrenaline, theming, and leading rides on an international scale. Discover Ferrari Land's incredible attractions and amazing spaces dedicated exclusively to the legendary Italian racing team. The tickets are valid for consecutive days after the first activation. The number of days depends on the option chosen. 

Salou: PortAventura Theme Park Tickets

2. Salou: PortAventura Theme Park Tickets

Enjoy a day of thrills at PortAventura, Spain's largest theme park, just 45 minutes away from Barcelona by train. Explore the universe, divided into 6 distinct destinations, each with attractions for all ages, unique gastronomy, and typical products to purchase as one-off souvenir gifts. Have fun in Mexico, the Wild West, Imperial China, and Polynesia. With more than 37 attractions, from roller coasters to water slides, and skydiving simulators to cowboy shows, there’s something for everyone. The exotic landscape of marvelous Polynesia is a gift for the senses. Sounds, colors, and sensations will transport you to paradise. Explore the world of the Mediterranean, ideal for those who crave the tranquillity of a traditional fishing village. Have fun in China and go to the Far West to enjoy cowboy dances and shows. Indulge your inner child and put a smile back on your face at the new Sesame Street rides, where Bert and Ernie await old and young alike.

House of Illusion Mystery Theatre and Comedy Show

3. House of Illusion Mystery Theatre and Comedy Show

Be greeted by attentive staff and escorted up the grand stairs and onto a beautiful terrace or into the Houdini Bar. For Gold and VIP guests, you will be escorted into the VIP area, where you will at once be presented with a glass of champagne and treated to a beautiful room overlooking the sea. All guests will be treated to a close up parlor show before the doors to the theater open and you will be shown into a beautifully decorated, candlelit theater, where you will be served as much white wine, red wine, lager and soft drinks as you like, without even having to lift a finger. On the early dinner show option, enjoy a meal of fresh salad, marinated chicken, fries and ice cream or upgrade to the VIP package for a three course dinner of a mixed meat starter, sirloin steak or baked cod and a special dessert. Be entertained at your table by weird and wonderful mystery entertainers, followed closely by a hilarious variety performance, full of a mixture of magic, comedy and laughter. Throughout the second half of the show, explore the concept of ‘Dreams’. A mysterious world full of mystery, magic and bewilderment. Be full of amazement as the performers leave you lost for words with shadowography, manipulation, theatre of the mind and of course grand, mind blowing illusions.

Salou: Barcelona City Center Tour

4. Salou: Barcelona City Center Tour

After being picked up from the convenient meeting point in Salou, this tour will take you into Barcelona's city centre where you will have plenty of free time to see the most famous square of the city, the Plaza de Catalunya. From there on you can stroll along La Rambla until the monument of Columbus, admire the view the harbour and on your way there you can make a stop at the Boqueria, the covered market. You will have time to go to Born, a now very popular neighbourhood next to the Gothic Quarter with its own rambla and very nice exclusive boutiques, bars and small restaurants. In the Gothic Quarter you will find museums such as the Picasso, Madame Tussaud and many more, or you can visit the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia. You may also want to stroll along the Paseo the Gracia, one of Barcelona's elegant avenues. Plenty of time to do lots of unique things in this beautiful city.

Salou: PortAventura Ferrari Land Admission Ticket

5. Salou: PortAventura Ferrari Land Admission Ticket

Experience the passion of Ferrari with a 1-day entry ticket to the Ferrari Land theme park at PortAventura World on the Costa Dorada. Skip the line to enter the park by going directly to the entrance and scanning your ticket.  Marvel at a stunning recreation of Italy and the birthplace of Scuderia Ferrari, including the façades of the Colosseum, La Scala, and Campanile of San Marco. Stroll through the streets and discover a fabulous store selling exclusive branded products. Enjoy the flavors of Italy in an authentic trattoria or at restaurants serving traditional cuisine. Tour the world in a single lap aboard a Ferrari GT, take an interactive journey through the history of the motoring marque, and more.

From Salou: Montserrat Monastery and Colonia Güell

6. From Salou: Montserrat Monastery and Colonia Güell

Travel to the Monastery of Montserrat, the largest monastery in Catalonia and the second largest in Spain. Listen to the long-established, renowned boys choir sing in the basilica if you come between September and June. Admire the stunning landscape of the monastery's surroundings. Look out over mountains of various shapes and sizes that loom into view from the plateau where the monastery is situated. Queue to touch the statue of the Black Madonna, the patron saint of Catalonia who is said to bring you luck – or even a child. Visit the various museums in the area or make your way over to the market and peruse a selection of homemade products. Relax at one of the restaurants for something to eat or drink. In the afternoon, head back to Salou. Make a stop at the village of Roc de Sant Gaietà, a beautiful coastal town featuring a diverse array of architectural styles and a small beach. Admire the picturesque white houses lining the narrow streets and stop to rest in squares decorated with fountains and plants. Enjoy to look around on your own, take photos, and have an ice cream or drink.

From Salou: Peñiscola and Ebro Delta Sightseeing Tour

7. From Salou: Peñiscola and Ebro Delta Sightseeing Tour

Board a tour bus and head south, passing through rambling orange plantations on your way to the Ebro Delta. Visit one of the largest wetlands in the Mediterranean which is famous for the production of rice (called "arroz bomba") and for the many species of birds that find a place to breed and live for part of the year. Spot colorful flamingos and other stilt birds resting in the marshes and wander along the river after a short guided introductory tour. Make stops for photos, pick up some rice and honey in the little shops scattered around the natural park, and stop in at a restaurant for refreshments.   Journey on to Peñiscola, one of the most scenic villages in Spain where a number of films and shows (most famously Game of Thrones) have been shot. Marvel at the unique natural landscape of a town built upon a giant boulder formation at the tip of a peninsula. Walk through its small streets and admire the characteristic white houses with blue shutters. Glance up at colorful balconies decorated with plants and ceramic tiles. Check out the famous House of Shells and its striking seashell-encrusted facade. As you reach the town's peak, take in views of the famous Castle of Peñiscola which was originally built in the 13th century and served as a refuge for the pope. Choose to enter and explore the fortification for an extra fee of 5€. Enjoy stunning views over the beaches which stretch out on both sides of the historic center. 

From LLoret de Mar: Full-Day Trip to PortAventura Theme Park

8. From LLoret de Mar: Full-Day Trip to PortAventura Theme Park

Delight in a full day of thrills and spills at Spain's largest theme park on this day out to PortAventura from Lloret de Mar. Explore six completely different worlds of adventure that await you: Mediterrània, Polynesia, SésamoAventura, China, México and Far West. Test your courage and feel your adrenaline pumping on the 40 rides the park offers. Set off from Lloret de Mar in an air-conditioned coach and make your way to PortAventura. Once there, discover one-of-a-kind rides in Europe with records for height, speed, and size. Encounter intense, dizzying, and exciting attractions such as Dragon Khan, Furius Baco, and Shambhala, Europe’s highest roller coaster. Find plenty of attractions for younger guests as well, ensuring this will be a day of fun for all the family. In addition to fantastic rides, enjoy a different kind of entertainment through the magic of show business with up to 40 daily performances! Step inside the Gran Teatro Imperial and discover a world of magic and music where anything is possible, including acrobats, dance routines, and melodies. Take home a memory of your fantastic day out from one of the park's 29 souvenir shops.

From Salou: Guided Tour of Barcelona Highlights

9. From Salou: Guided Tour of Barcelona Highlights

Board a bus directly to Poble Espanyol, an architectural museum located in Montjuïc Park. First constructed in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition, Poble Espanyol contains 117 buildings built to resemble a typical Spanish village. Spot architectural elements inspired by a number of different regions, from the villages of Andalusia to Romanesque Catalan monasteries. Peruse the local handicrafts for sale and visit some of the many restaurants and bars onsite. Check out the impressive collection of contemporary art that includes works by Dalí, Picasso, and Miró. Visit the new audiovisual exhibit and enjoy samples of folklore and festivities from all over Spain. After your visit to Poble Espanyol, get picked up and explore Barcelona further. Drive to the top of Montjuïc to enjoy beautiful views over the harbor and the city from the Mayor's Lookout. Pass by the Arc de Triomf on your way to Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece. Take time to walk around this magnificent building and get pictures of the intricate different facades. Check out some of Gaudí's other buildings on Paseo de Gracia, including the Casa Mila and Casa Battlo. Once you reach Plaça de Catalunya in the city center, enjoy free time to stroll down the Rambla and its surroundings. Visit the  Boquería, a famous covered market, and the Santa Eulalia Cathedral. Take a walk through the Gothic Quarter and get lost in its labyrinthine streets while shopping in numerous boutiques or stopping for a drink in a street side terrace. 

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What people are saying about Salou

I recommend in this high season even if it is an effort to buy the Gold Premium Pass, and it is worth bringing food from home. A scam to eat and long queues for the quality price of the service.

Amazing experience, highly recommend, something for every age and waiting times weren’t very long either, great weather while we were there too

Great! The entry was fast thanks to the scan with the application! A top stay in Port Aventura and Ferrari Land with the family, I recommend

Very good overall. But crazy to enjoy more popular attractions. Perhaps with limited capacity it could be enjoyed better. But overall fine

The park is amazing, attractions for all ages. Complicated eating at rush hour ...