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Port Aventura Holidays

Park Aventura is apparently a very famous and an exciting theme park in Salou, Spain. This theme park promises one of the most amazing experiences of one’s entire lifetime. The amazing rides, restaurants, shows and shops make the entire expedition to Port Aventura an electrifying one! In Port Aventura, you’ll come across various mysteries related to Imperial China, discover tropical forests of Polynesia, commute via Aztec Mexico and enjoy the pictorial sights of Mediterranean too! If fun and excitement is what you’re looking for, then Port Aventura is just the place to be.

The amazing journey of Port Aventura theme park is not limited to any age groups, everyone can enjoy it completely. Port Aventura is all about fun and frolic. This amazing park initially belonged to the Universal group. But in 2005, the Universal Studios brand was removed from its name and retained its original name “Port Aventura”. Port Aventura is few metres away from the heart of Salou and approximately at an hour’s journey from Barcelona. The park has been categorically divided in five continent themed parts: Polynesia, China, Mexico, Far West and Mediterranean. Port Aventura gets very crowded in the peak season. That surely speaks volumes about this theme park’s popularity.
Mediterranean, the first division of Port Aventura is the main foyer of the park. It includes two rides, various restaurants and shops depicting the cultural history of Catalonia. China boasts of the main rides of this theme park. The biggest ride Dragon Khan is indeed one of the most thrilling rides in the entire Europe. Far West includes nine rides, hence is the largest division in the park. It consists of water chutes - Grand Canyon Rapids & Silver River Flume, roller coasters – Stampida & Tomahawk.

Tipping is just not a tradition in Spain. Although the Spanish do not expect tips, still, it is a good practice to leave a 10% tip in a fine dining restaurant. No tips are necessary for the cab driver.

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