Entertainment in Spain - amusement parks in Spain

Things to do in Spain

Things to do in Spain

Spain is a land of bread and circuses. The Spaniards, like us, love to have a tasty and hearty lunch, and they celebrate with a scale and authenticity inherent only to a Russian person. Entertainment in Spain, what are they?

Miniature Catalonia (Barcelona)

This is the largest park in the world, where so many mini-copies of various architectural attractions are presented. All monuments, palaces and cathedrals are reproduced in the smallest detail, but on a scale of 1:25.

150 creations by the best architects of Catalonia will spread before you. You will see houses built by the great Gaudi, castles, bridges, towers, the Salvador Dali Museum, the magnificent Roman aqueduct. And this whole miniature world lives its own life: rivers flow, dwarf trees are everywhere, and trains are hurrying somewhere along the rails of the railways. One gets the impression that you are looking at the real, real Catalonia, but from a bird's eye view.

The area of ​​the park is simply huge - 25 thousand square meters. For a full inspection, you will need to spend at least two hours here. But walking can be replaced by driving through the park in a special train.

Eagle Park (Las Americas)

The park is located just a few kilometers from the city, representing a real tropical jungle. Here you can see many representatives of the wild animal world: tigers, lions, crocodiles, monkeys and many others..

But trained eagles are of particular interest. Predators show their tricks twice a day to everyone. Show start time: noon and 4 pm. At the other end of the park, there are also colorful performances, but the artists in these shows are toucans, parrots and other large birds..

Those who love to tickle their nerves will love the descent along the 800-meter track, reminiscent of a roller coaster. The attraction is called "Jungle Raid".

A walk in the park can take several hours or a whole day. It all depends only on your mood.

Gala Club CCCP (Lloret de Mar)

This is a classic Spanish disco, but thoroughly saturated with the Russian atmosphere. At the entrance you will be met by Russian-speaking staff, and the usual Russian pop music plays on the dance floor.

Upon entering, you will certainly be presented with a flyer entitling you to receive a free cocktail. Do you want a T-shirt with the logo of the institution? Then just order an alcoholic drink and for every third shot you will be presented with such a free supplement. Just remember that you will have to pay at least 6 euros for a portion..

The club enjoys success not only among our compatriots. Germans, Swiss and Dutch have a great time here, who also do not mind taking part in thematic contests and appreciate the beauty of the nightly striptease.


  • Things to do in Spain
  • Things to do in Spain
  • Things to do in Spain