PortAventura World, 13 March 2020

PortAventura World wishes to inform that the competent health authorities have adopted exceptional measures for the purposes of containing COVID-19, which means that we are obliged to delay opening. We will open when permitted by the health authorities.

PortAventura World will follow all instructions and recommendations resulting from these measures and take the maximum precautions in coordination with the health authorities. For PortAventura World, the health and safety of all our clients, employees and partners is our absolute priority.

For reservations at PortAventura World hotels changes and cancellations will be allowed without penalties until 1 May 2020.

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We will continue to provide information through our website and social networks.

Press Release

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5 PRESS RELEASES

Presented below is the latest press releases published by PortAventura. The information is provided directly from PortAventura, with the most reliable information for the publication of news about the latest developments and events that PortAventura has organised or are organising.

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The EAS recognizes the success of the PortAventura’s model in Europe
The prestigious magazine specialized in theme parks has given today the Best European Attraction 2012 to PortAventura because of Shambhala.

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10/10/2012

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PortAventura is nominated for "Best Amusement Park in Europe
The brand new roller coaster Shambhala is also nominated in the category of “Best Novelty in an Amusement Park in Europe

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02/07/2012

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Shambhala, the highest roller coaster in Europe, opens in PortAventura
The opening of Shambhala, the tallest roller coaster in Europe, took place this Saturday in PortAventura.

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14/05/2012

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Spain already has Europe’s highest roller coaster
PortAventura finishes the construction of Shambhala

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19/04/2012

 

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The construction of Shambhala – PortAventura’s new roller coaster reaches its pinnacle
With an investment of over €25 million, the new roller coaster will be the theme park’s biggest gamble to strengthen its position in the family sector.

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08/02/2012