Vertigo is a rollercoaster where you’ll experience different sensations, both at the beginning of the route when climbing up to 15 metres high, and throughout its 400-metre ride, which will be full of dizzying curves and spectacular elevation changes.
Although Vertigo is a modern attraction, did you know that it was going to be called 8 Peaks for its similarity with the legendary and famous 7 Peaks attraction? As they were two different rides with different levels of intensity, the name of the ride was put to the vote on the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid website, and the winning name was Vertigo. Apparently, it might give the impression of not being a very powerful ride but we invite you to try for yourselves the 180º curves and the elevation changes you’ll find along the route and that you’ll take in a car at full speed. An ideal ride to enjoy as a family! Children of 110 to 140 centimetres must be accompanied by an adult.
Access to this ride is forbidden for pregnant women, people with heart problems, back ailments or health conditions that may be aggravated.
The use of the same seat is not recommended for people with different wingspan.