Parque Warner Madrid (previously known as Warner Bros. Movie World Madrid and Warner Bros. Park) is a theme park located 25 km southeast of Madrid, Spain, in the municipality of San Martín de la Vega. The park opened on April 6, 2002, under the management of the Six Flags chain, with a 5% ownership share held by Time Warner. In November 2004, the management arrangement with Six Flags was terminated, with the park now managed by Time Warner and numerous Spanish investment groups. The name change to Parque Warner Madrid occurred at the start of 2006.
Among its roller coasters, highlights include Superman: The Attraction of Steel, a first in Europe with its floorless trains, Batman: The Escape, an inverted roller coaster, Coaster Express, a wooden coaster and Stunt Fall, a Giant Inverted Boomerang offering guests a vertical drop of 54’4m reaching a top speed of 115 km/h. Another prominent attraction is The Revenge of the Enigma, a structure 100 meters high that drops visitors at 80 km/h.
The latest attractions at the park is The Correcaminos Bip Bip, a Wile E. and Road Runner coaster which delivers high speeds and drops (though it has no inversions) and The Adventures of Scooby-Doo, an interactive attraction for families, manufactured by US firm Sally Corporation.
The park is divided into five themed areas: DC Super Heroes World, Warner Bros. Studios, Cartoon Village, Old West Territory and Hollywood Boulevard.