5 ideas to chill your blood with fun this Halloween

Runner’s World Halloween Run in Madrid

The ‘HALLOWEEN RUN by Runner’s World 2014’ [link in Spanish] is a blend of fun and sport in a terrifying ambience! The participants have to run 6.66 km through the Halloween night in the Hipódromo de la Zarzuela in Madrid. Across grass and concrete, some sections are well lit, others rather less so… it’s best you don’t get separated from your group at any point, because the Halloween spirits are following your every footstep!


Madrid Halloween Bike tour, starting in Cibeles and finishing in the Almudena Cemetery

If you see it, you’ll want to rent a bike too so you can cycle through the city dressed up for Halloween; it’s an incredible experience not to be missed. The living dead, haunted pumpkins and a whole range of ghoulish creatures will be on two wheels on the most thrilling night of the year. Choose a terrifying costume for you and your bike and sow panic through the streets of the Spanish capital.


Halloween at the Warner Bros Park in Madrid

The most terrifying side of the Warner Bros Park can be experienced up to 9 November.

The theme park has prepared a range of shows for all ages: the scariest welcome from the Looney Tunes characters, Friday 13: Bloody Campsite, Elm Street: Nightmare in Hell, The Looney Tunes’ Enchanted Forest, Boulevard Z: Apocalypse and the Magic Pumpkin are just some of the activities on offer at the park for the occasion.

Themed roller skate tours in Barcelona

For lovers of roller skates and roller blades, we’ve found a perfect idea for Halloween in Barcelona.  Every year the Barcelona Skaters Association (Associació de Patinadors de Barcelona) organises different themed tours and one of them is for Halloween. It’s always held on the last Friday in October and there are prizes on offer for the best costume. This year it takes place on 31 October itself, from 22:30 to 23:30, starting at number 61, Calle Salvador Espriu.

The Sala Razzmatazz also has a number of special activities prepared for Halloween. One of them is the Mini Dirty party in their Pop Bar dance club. There’ll be scary costumes, DJs and the best in electronic music, among other services. The doors open at 01:00. (For 18 year olds and over only, tickets cost 17€)


Where to stay in Madrid and Barcelona on such a night?!

After a thrill-packed day and a night where spirits from beyond the grave are out on the streets, we can’t think of a better place to take shelter than in our Vincci hotels in Madrid and Barcelona.

We have five hotels in Madrid: Vincci Soma 4* on Calle Goya, Vincci Capitol 4* and Vincci Vía 66 4* on Gran Vía, Vincci Soho 4* in the Barrio de las Letras (Neighbourhood of Letters) and Vincci Centrum 4* just a few metres from the Puerta del Sol, all perfect places to take refuge from the terrors of Halloween.

We have three hotels in Barcelona: Vincci Bit 4*, Vincci Marítimo 4* and Vincci Gala 4* all of which will delighted to open their doors for you, and offer you their wide range of services, to ensure that even after you’ve suffered a scary Halloween around Barcelona, you won’t have a single nightmare.

Hotel en Barcelona Vincci Marítimo

Photo* Vincci Marítimo4*

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