With over 170 attractions, this fair draws crowds from all over the island. Couples adhere to the cliché of riding the Ferris wheel together holding hands, children spend the evening running around hidden behind huge candyfloss sticks and the smell of freshly cooked churros, crepês and gofres is everywhere. Each year the fair expands with new, more exciting rides and attractions and a greater selection of carnival-style food stands.
Dodgems, the traditional carousel, pendulum rides, a haunted house and several small rollercoasters make up the main attractions and plenty of stands are peppered throughout offering huge stuffed toys as prizes for successfully throwing a ring over a giraffe or something similar.
The fair can be reached via the metro from Intermodal Station in Plaza España or with EMT Line 10. Parking is free and available nearby.
Open in the evenings during the week and all day at the weekends.
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