Posted Thursday, January 26, 2017 9:53 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Ferrari Land, about an hour southwest of Barcelona, will feature five rides based on the sports car brand when it opens next door to the PortAventura theme park. The $140-million budget for the entire park is less than Disney or Universal spends on some individual attractions.
Read more from The LA Times.
So is it a land or is it a park? It's billed as a theme park, but supposedly it will not be possible to buy a ticket just for Ferrari Land. The only way to visit will be to buy a multi-park ticket, so it's essentially an upcharge land. Upcharge rides are common, but I can't think of any other park that has a whole upcharge land like this.
Upcharge land?!? Oh my god, don't tell Disney...
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