Magical Christmas in Torrejón de Ardoz returns from December 1 to January 7. In addition to classic installations such as the Magic Door, a unique show in Europe with a million LED light bulbs; the Christmas House, where you can meet Santa Claus or the Three Wise Men, or the Guachis Show, the park presents new features from the producers of Sonrisas, who this edition will be in charge of offering innovative experiences. The largest exhibition of ice figures in Europe also continues, within a new edition of Ice Festival.
Among the free novelties is being able to see an ice rink on a lake or the Asian Lantern Festival, a surprising walk of more than 1 kilometer of lights among luminous animals, from elephants to lions, passing through butterflies to entering the fascinating world of mythological beings. Of course, skating on the ice rink costs an additional 6.5 euros, the same price as the rinks that will be set up in Madrid, in Matadero or in the Palacio de Cibeles.
The entrance price to the largest Christmas park in Europe is between 4 and 6 euros, depending on whether you go on a weekday or weekend. There is even free admission to the park on Wednesdays December 12, 13, 19 and 20 and special discounts on shows, attractions and hospitality.
Last year, going up the big Ferris wheel in the park cost around 7 euros per person. And then, children's attractions range from 3 to 5 euros; but there are vouchers to ride the little ones in the family on various carousels for 20 or 30 euros.
Admission to the tent to see Ice Festival costs 14 euros during the week and 16 euros on weekends per visitor.
And, after visiting the entire park, a food truck area has been set up, where the price changes depending on whether you opt for a hamburger, a menu or a chocolate with churros to gain strength.
In addition, a spectacular 2,000 square meter tent called BierHaus has been re-assembled, where the beer festival is held with specialties in German gastronomy and where there will be live performances. In short, you can see the park for free for a few days. Others paying only the 4 euros of entry. Or what the visitor's pocket can afford depending on the attractions they decide to ride or what they spend in the restaurant area.