With the start of the Halloween season, PortAventura has built on its 15-year legacy of eerie entertainment and been transformed for another year of monstrous fun.
The park has been ghoulishly decorated and a special seasonal schedule created to mark the 20th Anniversary of the park.
Until November 15, new attractions and about 150 weekly performances have been transformed by the spirit of Halloween with up to 160 professional actors, dancers, acrobats, and stunt performers combining their talents to put on a season of monster magic.
Other areas of the park will also be filled with hair-raising special effects. In México, visitors will enjoy the new show ‘La Muerte Viva’ - The Living Dead. In China lovers of mystery and music won’t want to miss ‘Halloween Escape’, starring World Champion Skipping Rope Performer, Adrienn Banhegyi. Rising from the grave again is the now-legendary show ‘Vampires’, while the new ‘Old Wild Halloween’ in the Far West area will see Emma’s House restaurant temporarily converted to ‘La Posada de la Familia Halloween’, giving diners the opportunity to enjoy a spine-chilling dinner show while getting to know the ghoulish family.
Mediterrània will host the ‘Halloween Parade’ at the close of each day, featuring crazy vehicles and creepy characters; and ‘Horror en el lago’, which will once again turn the PortAventura Lake into the stage for a display of fire, fireworks and music from beyond the grave, starring a monstrous dragon and the sinister character of Death.
The infamous terror walks are also back, including the ‘REC EXPERIENCE’ passage inspired by the famous film franchise. Guests will walk through an inhospitable passage and, whilst running for their lives with special effects, petrifying noises and atmospheric scenery.
Visit www.portaventura.com for more details