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Water park day 2022
Circuit Festival – Water Park Day & Night
WATER PARK DAY
Come to the biggest water park gay party! It’s a unique and different day created to enjoy the sun, the aquatic rides, the music, the performances… and mainly, the energy of thousands of people came from all over the world. A whole year waiting for it!
10 am – 2 pm FUN AT THE WATER PARK
From 10 am, you can relax in our special chill out areas. If you’re feeling more energetic, you can also have fun at the pool, rides and party areas.
2 pm – 10 pm MAIN STAGE PARTY
Don’t get so relaxed, because as time goes by, our big open air party will start at the main stage. It will end with an incredible firework show that you can’t miss!
10 pm – 6 am WATER PARK NIGHT!
When the sun sets, the party will be far from over. From 10 pm, we’ll move to the Illa Fantasia’s club venue and we’ll keep moving to the rhythm of the best DJs and the sexiest dancers! Don’t miss out the unique atmosphere that you will find there when the sun goes down!
* DRINK AND FOOD
Circuit Festival does not allow you to bring food or drink into any of the venues. During the ‘Water Park Day’, the park’s catering services will offer vegan and celiac food options.
How to get there!
From Barcelona: Circuit bus stop right outside Hard Rock Café (Plaça Catalunya, 21). Shuttle service to water park every 5 minutes from 9:30 am to 6:30 am.
You can take RENFE suburban trains with destination Mataró, Calella or Blanes (you can catch them at Clot, Arc de Triomf, Plaça Catalunya or Sants Station); get off at Premià de Mar station and take the Illa Fantasia shuttle (one every 15 min)
ILLA FANTASIA – FINCA MAS BRASSÓ S/N – VILASSAR DE DALT (BARCELONA)
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Gay Map of Barcelona
The gay district of Barcelona is located in the city’s Eixample district, known locally as “Gaixample”. Here you will find most of the gay bars, clubs and restaurants. It is quite compact and easy to navigate. There are also lots of hotels and apartments available in this area.
Recommended Apartments in Barcelona
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Sleeps up to 6 Guests
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Video Of Water park day
Circuit Festival 2017 | Relive Water Park Day | Official Aftermovie
Recommended Hotels in Barcelona
We recommend that you stay in the Eixample area where possible. Its close to everything – all the gay bars and clubs and the city’s main attractions.
El Palace, 5 Star
Old World Charm
Hotels like this are rare in the city. Opulence abounds! Great location close to all of the bars and clubs.
H10 Metropolitan, 4 Star
Great chill out pool
2 minutes’ walk from Paseo de Gracia Avenue, with its boutique and designer fashion stores.
Catalonia Plaza, 4 Star
Great Value for money
Perfect location right in the heart of the city with sun terrace and spa. Books out often so grab a deal now!
Hotel Cram, 4 Star
Stylish- Perfect Location
Right in the heart of the gay district with rooftop pool, great service and a warm welcome every time.
Why you may want a car in Barcelona
Barcelona is an amazing city and there is a lot to do and see. But don’t forget that there is much more to discover just outside Barcelona.
A 46 min drive puts you in Sitges the famous gay town with its gay beaches and over 20 gay bars.
A 1 h 6 min drive and you are at Montserrat with its Basilica and Monastery. There are many activities to choose from. You may want to see the Black Madonna, visit the Museum, make your way to the Holy Cave, ride a funicular to the top of the mountain, or shop at the farmer’s market. If you have the opportunity, take in a performance by l’Escolania de Montserrat, the oldest Boys’ Choir in Europe.
A 1 h 30 min drive takes you to The Historic City of Girona with its museums, galleries, Gothic churches and charming little bars and restaurants.
A 1 h 18 min in the car and arrive in Tarragona. The city is home to one of the most important and best preserved Roman archaeological sites in Spain, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.