Starting on November 8, the Christmas atmosphere will invade the Ávila Camacho park, in Guadalajara, with Navidalia, an experience that takes travelers to four incredible worlds where they will learn about the origin of this holiday.

The experience at Navidalia is completely sensory, where you can also take part in various experiences such as concerts, shows, gastronomy, and many surprises.

Navidalia is a theme park that is divided into four worlds, La Posada Mexicana, Nordic World, Middle East and European World.

The Posada Mexicana houses a picturesque magical town where in its Plaza you will find the best of local cuisine such as buñuelos, hot punch and tamales.

Also in La Gran Resbaladilla, a place where young and old travelers can enjoy a fun moment full of adrenaline.

Also presented is La Gran Posada, a multimedia show with high technology, video mapping, special effects and music.

In the Nordic World, where Christmas is white and the night is long, they will enter a forest with snowy pine trees, fantastic characters and portals. As you go deeper, you will find more surprises and see the fight of the great Vikings. They can also go through the Ice Trail and skate under the blue Scandinavian night.

To feel the origin of Christmas, there is the Middle Eastern World, where you will live an incredible experience sailing on mystical barges and crossing the new monumental Arches of the Lake.

They will also find a giant nativity scene, listen to live music and tour an Arab market to enjoy its traditional flavors and aromas.

Within the European World, among cabins and lights, there is a majestic 16-meter-high Christmas tree, built with more than 15,000 strips of recycled wood.

They will also explore a resplendent market where they will find a delicious gastronomic offer that they can taste while enjoying the Big Tree Show.

And the entire Christmas experience is crowned with Canticorum, a great show that this year is renewed with incredible surprises where more than 30 artists, including soloists, orchestra ensembles and choirs, perform the most emblematic pieces and carols in history, in their orchestral versions. and in their original languages, in an overwater setting inspired by Notre Dame, with high multimedia technology and special effects.

Navidalia can be visited from December 8, from Sunday to Thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., and Friday and Saturday from 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. It will be closed on December 24.

The prices can now be purchased in pre-sale, online, and later online and at the park ticket offices.

Ticket prices are:

  • General Adult +13 years – $610
  • General Child 4 to 12 years – $310
  • Comfort Pass Adult +13 years – $1,480
  • Comfort Pass Child 4 to 12 years – $790
Regular Sale Prices
  • General Adult +13 years – $710
  • General Child 4 to 12 years – $380
  • Comfort Pass Adult +13 years – $1,560
  • Comfort Pass Child 4 to 12 years – $850

To learn more details about this experience, we recommend visiting the official Christmas page.

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