Laser tag is a game that simulates a military conflict between two teams equipped with laser guns and military clothing with a receiver that delivers a signal to a computer when the laser hits it. It is similar to airsoft and paintball in that all three games imitate military training. However, the main difference between them and laser tag is that the latter is not as physical as the other two games: there is much less injury risk, it is suitable for people of younger ages, it is not prohibited to play laser tag after having consumed alcohol (that is why it is a popular activity for stag parties), and adverse weather conditions do not affect the game. Few people know that laser tag was invented in the late 1970s as a way to train soldiers to improve their combat abilities. Nowadays, laser tag is a super-popular combat sport that attracts people of all ages. That is the reason why in the last few years a lot of centres dedicated to adventure sports have included laser tag into the activities they offer. Here is a list of all the places where you can play this exciting sport in Madrid and its surrounding areas.
Battlefield Laser Combat Madrid
Address: Calle Techoso, 18 (Esquivias, Toledo)
Other information of interest: They offer other activities such as karts, parachutes, archery, and mechanical bull.
Address: Puerto de Guadarrama, 36 (Móstoles)
Other information of interest: There are several game variants which include one with zombies, another with secret agents, and another in which you can resurrect.
Alive Laser Paintball
Address: Calle de León, 35 (Madrid)
Other information of interest: They have a vast and realistic outdoors field.
Address: Polígono industrial Los areneros, 12 (Rivas-Vaciamadrid, Madrid)
Other information of interest: 1000 m2 indoors field that reproduces an abandoned city.
Address: Calle de Alcalá, 87 (Madrid)
Other information of interest: They also offer paintball, archery, and other activities. Plus you can even plan your own personalized adventure!
Addresses: Calle de Franco Rodríguez, 47 (Las Rozas, Madrid) or Carretera M-631, Km 0.5 (Cabanillas de la Sierra, Madrid)
Other information of interest: Outdoors 100000 m2 field.
Addresses: Calle del Canal de Isabel II, Km 1 (Santos de la Humosa, Madrid) or Carretera M-123, Km 2.3 (Algete, Madrid)
Other information of interest: They also offer other activities such as bubble football and medieval combat.
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