Ferrari Land Exists And It’s Basically Disneyland For Ferrari Aficionados

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Ferrari Land Is Like Disneyland For Ferrari AficionadosPhoto Credit: PORTAVENTURA WORLD PARKS AND RESORT

PortAventura, the European entertainment resort, and Ferrari are welcoming guests to Ferrari Land. The sports attraction is the newest addition to the resorts portfolio. It was built with the spirit and power of the Ferrari brand in mind coupled with adrenaline-filled rides. The attractions are powered with significant technology and speed that families and fans of all ages will be able to identify, appreciate, and enjoy.

Ferrari Land offers 11 attractions: Red Force, the roller coaster accelerating from zero to 180 km/h in five seconds;  Free Fall Tower, the drop ride; Bounce-Back Tower, the ride that flings riders up and down; Maranello Grand Race, the 570 meter racing track; Ferrari Land Gallery, the interactive history journey about Ferrari; Racing Legends the dome allowing you to feel the adrenaline of F1; Flying Dreams, virtual reality ride around the world powered by the sensation of a Ferrari GT; Junior Championship; Kids’ Podium, the junior racing track and kiddie playground; Pole Position Challenge, the racing F1 stimulator; and Pit Stop Record, the place to show off your mechanic skills. Restaurants and Ferrari shops merchandise are also of course available.

Ferrari Land Is Like Disneyland For Ferrari AficionadosPhoto Credit: PORTAVENTURA WORLD PARKS AND RESORT

The real homage of Ferrari Land goes to the legendary Italian race car driver and entrepreneur Enzo Ferrari whose vehicles are a universal symbol for speed and luxury. The theme park is reported to be an approximate 100 million Euros investment (approximately $124 million) occupying 70,000 square meters according to PortAventura World Parks and Resort. Ferrari Land is located in Tarragona, Spain. Tickets start at 55 Euros for an adult (approximately $69) and 47 Euros for a junior or senior ticket (approximately $59) for a one day pass to two parks: Ferrari Land and PortAventura Park.


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