PortAventura Tickets

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What: Theme park

Where: Salou, Costa Dorada, Spain

Availability: Open daily for most of the year

Opening Time: Around 10am

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PortAventura Theme Park Tickets

The adventure of a lifetime awaits at PortAventura theme park in Salou on the beautiful Costa Dorada!

PortAventura is one of the most popular theme parks in Europe, with thrilling award-winning rides, shows, coasters and more in 6 exciting themed lands. Where else can you begin the day in Mexico, travel through China, the Mediterranean and Polynesia and end up in the Wild West?

Tickets are available from single-day entry up to a full week’s worth of fun, so you can choose whichever suits your holiday best!

Find out more about PortAventura!

Make the most of your visit with our Ultimate Guide to PortAventura

Find out which are the best PortAventura rides for children

Experience the most exciting thrill rides at PortAventura- on video!

Costa Caribe Water Park

Some of our great value-for-money PortAventura tickets also include entry to Costa Caribe, a Caribbean-themed waterpark that’s open every summer!

Find out more about Costa Caribe Water Park

Celebrate PortAventura’s 20th Anniversary in 2015!

In 2015 PortAventura celebrates its 20th anniversary with the most spectacular and exciting anniversary party ever! Throughout the year there will be brand new shows, amazing decorations and all kinds of surprises and excitement – this is one birthday party you don’t want to miss!

Suitable for:
  • Families
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Teenagers
  • Seniors
Great for:
  • Thrill Seekers

Opening times:

  • Times vary throughout the year, but gates usually open at 10am
  • In July and August the park opens until midnight, and in low season closes at 7pm or later (8pm at weekends)

Seasonal opening dates for 2015:

  • Daily from 21st March to 1st November.
  • Weekends only from 7th November to 13th December
  • Daily from 19th December to 6th January

Location:

  • PortAventura is just over an hour from Barcelona airport and only 15 minutes from Reus airport.
  • Address: Avinguda de l'Alcalde Pere Molas, km 2, 43840 Vila-seca, Salou, Tarragona, Spain

Parking fees per day:

  • Cars: €8.50
  • Motorbikes: €3.50
  • Motorhomes: €10

Facilities:

  • Locker rental: From €5
  • Identifying/lost children bracelets: Free
  • Single pushchair rental: €7
  • Double buggy rental: €12
  • Wheelchair rental: €9
  • Motorised wheelchair rental: €30
  • Shopping/package pick-up service

Height restrictions:

  • Height restrictions may apply on some rides and attractions
  • In some cases, children must be accompanied by an older supervising companion.

Accessibility:

  • All 6 themed areas are designed with easy access for wheelchair users.
  • Most rides, shows and attractions are accessible for people with reduced mobility.
  • Manual and electric wheelchairs can be hired on a first-come first-served basis.
  • A reserved parking zone is available near the park entrance.

Children:

  • Admission is free for children under 4.
  • All children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Clothing:

  • PortAventura is a family park, so you are requested to dress respectfully.
  • Swimming costumes, swimming trunks, bikinis and uncovered torsos are not permitted.
  • Footwear must be worn.

Smoking:

Smoking is permitted in designated areas only

  • PortAventura is just over an hour from Barcelona airport and only fifteen minutes from Reus airport.
  • The full address is Avinguda de l'Alcalde Pere Molas, km 2, 43840 Vila-seca, Salou, Tarragona, Spain.
  • The park has also has its own train station and a direct exit off the AP-7 highway – Exit 35.

PortAventura Map

PortAventura Tickets is rated 4.6829 out of 5 by 205.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Park, tickets weren't accepted at first. Bought tickets for the family, good value. However the tickets didn't work at the turnstiles. The lady staff member took the tickets away for about 10 minutes ,then finally let us through. This did not give us much confidence in using the tickets. After that though we had a great time.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good evening out for trill seeking teenagers Bought 3day ticket for 2 parks. Spend 2 late afternoons /evenings at fun park Rollercoasters as good as u get (including. Florida. ) 4D ice age ride poor and evening finale disappointing Water park...ok but limited number of rides! Still worth doing
Date published: 2015-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from family day out the attractions were great but could have done with someone at the end of lines to make sure you did not go into a line and then find you could not get the little one onto a ride.
Date published: 2015-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great holiday! We bought tickets for 5 days in PortAventura and 2 days in Costa Caribe. The first day we used the tickets they would not scan. We were not supposed to have to queue but spent one and a half hours going backward and forward in different queues. We would have prefered tickets rather than email print outs as these seemed to be the problem.
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Place To Really Party and Rock & Roll This theme park is really, really awesome and you will want to go again and again and again. I would also recommend getting a Fast Pass to make the most of the day.
Date published: 2015-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 3 hour queues Received tickets fine , but portaventura was bursting waste of time as all queue times for rides were unreal , avoid in summer holidays!
Date published: 2015-08-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good day but could be better I got tickets quickly and went to the parks the adventure park was really pretty good and my wee boy liked the rides but queues were really long and you have to quite a bit extra for fast passess. The water park is a joke, there are rediculous rules like children are not allowed to wear inflatable arm bands, no sun glasses in the pools and the height restrictions for the flumes were rediculous as heights were wrongly measured. My little boy measures 1m 21 but was showing about 4 inches shorter than this so did not get on simple rides. really spoiled his day. Queing to get into the waterpark was completely disorganised and took about an hour to get in.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No consistency in treatment of disabled visitors. My wife is disabled and we had 3 children with us. We bought a two day pass. On arrival on the first day we went to guest relations as advised for my wife to get a wrist band to allow her to easier and quicker access to the rides. The lady at the desk explained that she could only put a maximum of 4 on the wrist band as this was the rules which we accepted. We then proceeded to enjoy all that the park had to offer and I have to say the park is brilliant. It was clean, well managed and had reasonable prices for food and drink. For those that are disabled it is worth noting that there is quite an uphill climb from the train station to the park with no means of transport to get there. During this first day my wife was able to use the disabled entrance and we were all able to get on the rides as a family on most rides but there were some that would say that she could only be accompanied by one person and some said two. When we tried to explain that the most of the rides lets us ride as a family they wouldn't listen and were totally inflexible. My understanding of these wrist bands and the practice of all other theme parks that I have visited (euro Disney, Alton towers, chasing ton etc) is that these bands are to make it easier for those that are disabled and there families to enjoy the rides. Not being able to ride as a family unit would have meant my wife going on first with a helper and then the rest of the family having to join the main que for up to 1.5 hours. I have no problem with this but it means that my wife has to hang around in the extreme heat with nowhere near to shelter or to sit. As I know most families will agree when I say that there is more fun on the rides travelling together rather than separately. On the second day we reported to guest relations to get the wrist band for the second day to be told that we could only have 2 people on the band. I explained that we were given one the previous day for 4 people. She claimed that the girl the previous day was wrong to do that. No amount of Reasoning persuaded her to change her mind. This totally destroyed our second and last day at the resort.My plea to PortVentura would be please consider the whole family of a disabled person and be flexible like all theme parks.
Date published: 2015-08-12
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PortAventura Tickets is rated 4.6829 out of 5 by 205.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Park, tickets weren't accepted at first. Bought tickets for the family, good value. However the tickets didn't work at the turnstiles. The lady staff member took the tickets away for about 10 minutes ,then finally let us through. This did not give us much confidence in using the tickets. After that though we had a great time.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good evening out for trill seeking teenagers Bought 3day ticket for 2 parks. Spend 2 late afternoons /evenings at fun park Rollercoasters as good as u get (including. Florida. ) 4D ice age ride poor and evening finale disappointing Water park...ok but limited number of rides! Still worth doing
Date published: 2015-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from family day out the attractions were great but could have done with someone at the end of lines to make sure you did not go into a line and then find you could not get the little one onto a ride.
Date published: 2015-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great holiday! We bought tickets for 5 days in PortAventura and 2 days in Costa Caribe. The first day we used the tickets they would not scan. We were not supposed to have to queue but spent one and a half hours going backward and forward in different queues. We would have prefered tickets rather than email print outs as these seemed to be the problem.
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Place To Really Party and Rock & Roll This theme park is really, really awesome and you will want to go again and again and again. I would also recommend getting a Fast Pass to make the most of the day.
Date published: 2015-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 3 hour queues Received tickets fine , but portaventura was bursting waste of time as all queue times for rides were unreal , avoid in summer holidays!
Date published: 2015-08-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good day but could be better I got tickets quickly and went to the parks the adventure park was really pretty good and my wee boy liked the rides but queues were really long and you have to quite a bit extra for fast passess. The water park is a joke, there are rediculous rules like children are not allowed to wear inflatable arm bands, no sun glasses in the pools and the height restrictions for the flumes were rediculous as heights were wrongly measured. My little boy measures 1m 21 but was showing about 4 inches shorter than this so did not get on simple rides. really spoiled his day. Queing to get into the waterpark was completely disorganised and took about an hour to get in.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No consistency in treatment of disabled visitors. My wife is disabled and we had 3 children with us. We bought a two day pass. On arrival on the first day we went to guest relations as advised for my wife to get a wrist band to allow her to easier and quicker access to the rides. The lady at the desk explained that she could only put a maximum of 4 on the wrist band as this was the rules which we accepted. We then proceeded to enjoy all that the park had to offer and I have to say the park is brilliant. It was clean, well managed and had reasonable prices for food and drink. For those that are disabled it is worth noting that there is quite an uphill climb from the train station to the park with no means of transport to get there. During this first day my wife was able to use the disabled entrance and we were all able to get on the rides as a family on most rides but there were some that would say that she could only be accompanied by one person and some said two. When we tried to explain that the most of the rides lets us ride as a family they wouldn't listen and were totally inflexible. My understanding of these wrist bands and the practice of all other theme parks that I have visited (euro Disney, Alton towers, chasing ton etc) is that these bands are to make it easier for those that are disabled and there families to enjoy the rides. Not being able to ride as a family unit would have meant my wife going on first with a helper and then the rest of the family having to join the main que for up to 1.5 hours. I have no problem with this but it means that my wife has to hang around in the extreme heat with nowhere near to shelter or to sit. As I know most families will agree when I say that there is more fun on the rides travelling together rather than separately. On the second day we reported to guest relations to get the wrist band for the second day to be told that we could only have 2 people on the band. I explained that we were given one the previous day for 4 people. She claimed that the girl the previous day was wrong to do that. No amount of Reasoning persuaded her to change her mind. This totally destroyed our second and last day at the resort.My plea to PortVentura would be please consider the whole family of a disabled person and be flexible like all theme parks.
Date published: 2015-08-12
  • 2015-08-30T06:14CST
  • bvseo_cps, prod_bvrr, vn_cps_3.1.6
  • cp_1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_76, tr_129
  • loc_en_GB, sid_80661, PRD, sort_mostRecent
  • clientName_attractiontix_gb

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