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New €100 Million Ferrari Land Theme Park Racing To Barcelona in 2016

New €100 Million Ferrari Land Theme Park Racing To Barcelona in 2016


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If you're a huge luxury car aficionado you may already know about the Ferrari World theme park in Abu Dhabi, which opened in November 2010. Well, that park must be doing pretty well, because the auto brand just announced their plans to build a second park — this time in Spain.

PortAventura Entertainment S.A.U. (a subsidiary of Investindustrial) just signed an agreement with the luxury car brand for Ferrari Land, a theme park dedicated to your favorite prancing horse. The build site is within the PortAventura resort and theme park just outside of Barcelona — which already attracts four million visitors a year, half of whom come from outside of Spain — and will stretch across 75,000 square meters of land. Ferrari promises that the park will have a variety of attractions for car fans of all ages, including "Europe's highest and fastest vertical accelerator."

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After being exhausted after a long day at Ferrari Land, you can crash for the night in the first Ferrari-themed luxury five-star hotel that is going to be built inside PortAventura. The hotel will have 250 rooms, restaurants, and a driving simulator.

The overall project is expected to cost around €100 million (which is USD $167 million) and will be opening in 2016 — which actually isn't that long considering all of the work that will be going into this plan.


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


€100m Ferrari Land theme park to open at Port Aventura in Spain

A €100 million Ferrari Land theme park is due to open in Spain next year.

The 15-acre adventure park inspired by the iconic Italian sports cars is to be developed after Ferrari struck a deal with entertainment group PortAventura World.

The park, about an hour’s drive south of Barcelona, promises to have the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe – the ‘vertical accelerator’ – and is due to open on April 7, 2017.

Visitors travel along a track at 180 kilometres an hour for five seconds, then rise up a 112-metre high big wheel at about 112 kilometres per hour, before dropping down the other side, The Times reported.

As well as the accelerator, there will be a race track, two ‘bounce-back’ free fall towers, Formula One simulators for adults and children, and a range of other attractions.

The new park will include eight attractions, food and drink outlets and other “surprises” which have yet to be revealed, according to Port Aventura Parks & Resorts

The opening will transform the Port Aventura resort “into an internationally-renowned holiday destination with its offer of three theme parks in just one resort, 2,100 hotel rooms spread across five themed hotels and a unique range of food/drink options and shows, the company added.

Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, revealed some details as to what the Ferrari Land experience will entail: “Attractions like the vertical accelerator will allow visitors to experience first- hand some of the sensations of driving a Formula 1 racing car.

“It’s a park for all ages, where even the youngest members of the family can discover the legendary spirit of Ferrari.”

The development is designed to draw visitors from across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

The Italian carmaker wanted to associate its brand with PortAventura because it is a family orientated adventure park that already attracts four million visitors each year.

PortAventura World operations general manager, Fernando Aldecoa, said: “We are very pleased with how the project is developing and initial estimates still foresee construction works being finalised this year, and the park fully operational in time for the official opening in April 2017.”


Watch the video: Ferrari Land Vlog PortAventura World. May 2019. Salou Spain (July 2022).


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