Iberia park opened its gates on the 27th of June 2013.
Iberia park itself is not a brand new theme park, but was made up of the western half of Terra Mitica.
Terra Mitica itself does have a few more attractions to make up for the loss of the western part such as the four new 5D movie attraction rides which do have some age restrictions, also there are more opportunities to cool off in the new pools in the Nile area.
Don’t forget to bring your swimming costumes. If you don’t wish to carry around your gear the whole day then you can rent out a locker for €1 but be sure to get there early as they are in short supply and very popular. Paddle boats seating four people can be rented out for €5 for half an hour.
Iberia park itself consists of 12 rides and eight restaurants and two arenas where you can watch shows at various show times. The most popular rides in Iberia Park are the Rapids of Argos and the Rescue of Ulysses.
The two must see shows in Iberia Park are the Pirates of the Caribbean and the magic show conducted by Jorge Moreno and his show the Magic Experience. If you haven’t purchased a ticket for Iberia park then you can expect to pay €5 per person to watch the show.
El Secreto de la Pyramide belongs to Iberia Park but is actually located in the Terra Mitica side of the park. If you want to see the attraction you will either have to pay for a ticket to both of the parks or pay an additional €2 per person.
To go on the rides at Iberia Park you need to purchase a ticket which includes both Terra Mitica and Iberia park or purchase tokens as you go along. At certain times of the year tickets to Iberia Park cost an extra €10 per person which works out cheaper to go on the rides and especially if going to see the shows.
The shows in Iberia Park such as Pirates of the Caribbean and the Magic Experience start in the early evening at around 19:00. This was done to make sure that that there aren’t too many people waiting to go on all the rides. Iberia park along with Terra Mitica open their gates every morning at ten and depending on the time of year close at 20:00, 22:00 or 0:00.
Owing to the fact that there is an extra charge to visit Iberia Park, it is far less visited and much quieter with very little or no waiting time to go on the rides.
It is definitely worth your while to shop around for the best deals to visit both parks as well as look out for the vouchers which can usually be found at the local supermarkets which usually have a free ticket for a child and covers the entrance fee to both Iberia Park and Terra Mitica.
Iberia Park – Prices & Opening Times
Iberia Park open from 5th of July until 31.08
Adult €53 box office, €47 online
Junior and Senior €39 box office and online € 35
Iberia Park only €29 for adults and €21 for juniors and seniors
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