26th September 2023
Sitges News

Sitges Christmas Park opens its doors

A new edition of the Sitges Christmas Park was inaugurated on Tuesday, in the upper pavilion of Pins Vens, and which will be in operation until 5 January, closing only on New Year’s Day.

This fun Christmas park is aimed at providing girls and boys aged from from 2 to 14 a full range of activities during the school holidays, such as inflatables, workshops, games, children’s shows and crafts, among other surprises. This year there will also be no Covid restrictions of any kind.

As a novelty this year, older children can enjoy laser tag on 29 December, 2 and 4 January from 12pm to 2pm, as well as a circuit of remote-controlled cars.

On 31 December and 5 January (the eve of the two bank holidays), the park will only be open in the morning.

The entrance fee is 4 euros in the morning or afternoon. If you want to attend the two sessions, morning and afternoon, the price is 6 euros.

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