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From Barcelona: PortAventura Theme Park Ticket & Transfer

1. From Barcelona: PortAventura Theme Park Ticket & Transfer

Enjoy a full-day of thrills and spills at Spain's largest theme park with an entry ticket and return transfer to PortAventura from Barcelona. Explore the Mediterrània, Polynesia, SésamoAventura, China, México, and Far West regions of the park with over 40 rides to fuel your adrenaline. At 9:00 in the morning, we will depart from the office at Estació del Nord, located very close to Arc de Triomf, relax and enjoy the journey, we will arrive at PortAventura World around 10:30 A.M. At the park, you will 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. You'll also find plenty of attractions for younger guests, and lots more fun for the whole 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! Around 6:30 P.M. meet your guide again to go back to Barcelona office, please bear in mind that July and August we will be departing around 7:30 P.M. because the theme park remains open longer. Let yourself be seduced by fantastic offers! 

Tarragona: Cathedral Entry Ticket

2. Tarragona: Cathedral Entry Ticket

Discover one of the oldest cathedrals in Spain with a visit to the spectacular Tarragona Cathedral. Built during the 12th and 13th centuries on the site of an old Roman temple, Tarragona Cathedral will take you through more than 2,000 years of art. The unfinished main façade is both Gothic and Romanesque in design, and inside there are dozens of chapels of sacred art. See beautiful works by Pere Johan, Pere Blai, Lluís Borrassà, and many others.  Your ticket gives you full access to all of the Cathedral's different rooms, allowing you to discover the magnificent fusion of Romanesque and Gothic architecture. You’ll also be able to access the Chapel of Saint Thecla, an 18th-century mausoleum that is said to contain a relic of a saint's arm.

Amposta: MónNatura Delta de l'Ebre Entrance Ticket

3. Amposta: MónNatura Delta de l'Ebre Entrance Ticket

Explore the wetlands of the MónNatura Delta de l’Ebre and journey through fresh water and salt water to discover the most amazing fish and birdlife. The MónNatura Delta de l’Ebre project was inaugurated in 2012 in the Tancada lagoon, and is one of the most important wetlands of western Europe. The salt, birds, and traditional fishing methods are the 3 key features, and they can all be explored with your entrance ticket. Visit the only full scale recreation of one of the Delta’s salt pans open to the public. Discover how the Delta was formed over the centuries, and experience the changing seasons throughout a typical year via an audiovisual presentation. Watch the wildlife of the Alfacada lagoon from the partially enclosed bird observatory. Telescopes are at your disposal for better views of the flamingos, terns, waders, herons and more that live and rest in the lagoon. Around the landing stage, you will see examples of traditional Delta fishing techniques, such as casting nets, dredging nets, and eel and shrimp nets. You can also go aboard the punts, the traditional means of transport in the shallow water. See wildlife such as waders, terns, avocets, and gulls in the old Sant Antoni salt pans. Explore the area’s variety of saline vegetation and how it has evolved to survive the environment.

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What people are saying about Costa Dorada

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 124 reviews

Much cheaper price than official park website, and some other sites. However, we went in high season, for Halloween weekend. On Saturday the park was full (about a 2 hour wait max per attraction) but we expected that. However on Sunday, it was really hellish. The queue far exceeded the entrance to the attractions so it was not a 2 hour wait but much more. The park does not indicate more than 2 hours of waiting for the attractions. Although there are many more. I strongly recommend avoiding this kind of period, even if the park was well decorated. In summary, a Saturday in a normally crowded park and Sunday in an overcrowded park where it is not possible to do anything unless you want to waste a morning or an afternoon for an attraction. Not to mention force one from Ferrari land where I have no words to describe the wait....

Great prices through GetYourGuide. Saved a good amount on gate prices. Having the tickets on your phone means no ticket queues. Portaventura was fabulously decorated for Christmas with loads of photo opportunities. It was busy but nothing like during summer months. Only 30 mins for Dragon Khan. Downside - the water rides- log flumes and Tutuki splash not open in winter but River Rapids were open. Great family day out

Easy booking, convenient electronic tickets. The second day, no way to find the tickets. We made a single phone call, we were put in touch with an efficient person who in less than a minute reset our tickets and we were able to enter the park again. Thanks

I love portaventura,it was really busy so paid €40 pp for a fast pass which is worth it

Great opportunity not to wait in the line but go directly into the park.