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When you walk through the main entrance of Six Flags Fiesta Texas, you'll find yourself at Los Festivales. This street is often decorated for festivals throughout the year, so it's nice to see what decorations are up every time you visit. This land also features a handful of great food options and rides to start your day with.

Top 3 Things to do in Los Festivales

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Eat a Funnel Cake
If you only do one thing at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, eat a funnel cake. Trust us, you don't want to miss out on this indulgent, festive treat. If you're not already in a happy mood to be at this theme park, this will turn that frown upside down.
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Ride Goliath
It's a classic Six Flags ride that most coaster fans should enjoy if they visit. Plus, since it's located right near the entrance, you can ride it twice: once when you enter and once on your way out!
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Watch a show at
Teatro Fiesta
After you've made your way all around the park, your feet will thank you for a nice respite with some fantastic entertainment at this charming outdoor theater.

Food & Drinks

La Cantina
Snacks & Drinks
Price: $5 - $15
It's not a party without beer or margaritas, and you can get both right at this stand as you enter the park. While it's great for starting off your day with those adult beverages, they also have the usual array of soft drinks and water options.
Mockingbird Funnel Cake
Funnel Cakes & ICEEs
Price: $10 - $15
There are two places to get funnel cakes at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and we can't stop recommending them. These are, hands down, the BEST funnel cakes we've ever had! We think it's likely the batter and the generous toppings that make it stand out above all other funnel cakes. The premium Oreo funnel cakes are indulgent and wonderful and taste like how a theme park feels. You can't really go wrong with any flavor, though, even a plain funnel cake with just powdered sugar. Whatever you do, don't miss out on one of these babies while you're visiting this park.
Roasted Corn
Roasted Corn & Drinks
Price: $5 - $10
If you enjoy elotes or just corn in general, this is a nice snack top for you. There's usually never a line, and the corn is pretty solid. It's also a great snack to grab on the way to a ride, so you have something to enjoy while you're waiting in line!
Soft Frozen Lemonade
Lemonade & Snacks
Price: $5 - $10
These convenient lemonade and snack stands are located throughout the park. The frozen lemonade is a tasty treat that can be enjoyed at any time during the day. The churros are also pretty decent if you want something light to snack on.

Rides & Attractions

INTENSITY LEVELS

Relaxing (Slow with Little or No Elevation Changes) | Mild (Slow to Moderately Fast with Potentially Higher Elevation)

Thrilling (Fast with Potential High Elevations & Loops) | Wild (Intense Speeds, Extreme Heights, and/or Loops)
Boomerang Coast to Coast
Height: 48"
Intensity Level: Thrilling
For anyone who's ever sat on a swing and wished it were a roller coaster, Boomerang Coast to Coast is the answer. The ride includes two loops as it swings you forward and then backward. It's a fairly quick but fun ride, which makes it easy to check off your list first thing when you visit the park.
Goliath
Height: 54"
Intensity Level: Wild
A Six Flags classic, this exciting coaster can be seen right at the entrance to Six Flags Fiesta Texas. It can be easy to miss if you're focused on getting through the turnstiles and getting deeper in the park, but we recommend riding it earlier rather than later, as lines tend to get longer as the day goes by.
Teatro Fiesta
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Right near the entrance to Six Flags Fiesta Texas, this charming theater is themed around an antique Mexican town. The amphitheater-type seating ensures most seats have a great view, and there are two entrances/exits that you can also stand by and watch shows in. There are great shows to enjoy throughout the day, and it's nice that you can still catch a glimpse of them when you walk by, even if you can't stop for them entirely.
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