Sometimes we all want to dive into the crazy world of entertainment and extreme sports for at least one day. We have selected for you the best amusement parks located in different parts of the world. Let’s go!
Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark
Just imagine, this amusement park is more than 170 years old and it is one of the three most popular in Europe.
There are dozens of exciting rides here for both children and extreme adults. Everyone is always attracted by the old rollercoaster – The Roller Coaster, built back in 1914.
Be sure to ride a Star Flye – this is one of the highest carousels in the world (80 m). And of course, do not miss the daily performances and performances in the theater and on the streets of the park, and on Wednesdays and Saturdays at night there is a real firework show.
Tickets: one day subscription – € 34.
Universal Studios Park, Los Angeles, USA
This park is a legendary place not only for kids, but also for moviegoers from around the world. Unique rides based on science fiction films have been created here.
The main park is located directly at the territory with the pavilions of Universal Studios, where new blockbusters are being shot today.
Visitors are always attracted by themed attractions based on the films People in Black, King Kong, Jurassic Park, Transformers, The Magic World of Harry Potter, and the 3D attraction based on the Despicable Me animation.
Tickets: the cost of visiting for 1 day for adults – from € 114, for children 3-9 years old – from € 109, for a child under 3 years old you do not need to pay.
Disneyland, Marne-la-Valais, France
In this amusement park, you can not only plunge into the exciting worlds created by one of the most famous storytellers of the last century but also say hello and take pictures with many cartoon characters.
In addition to the castles, slides and attractions located here, you can also find a lot of cozy restaurants, as well as a golf course and even a whole residential quarter! A vast train runs over a vast territory of more than 1943 hectares.
By the way, from the moment of its opening in 1992 to this day, this place (quite expected) has been incredibly popular. Therefore, long lines for almost all attractions here are even on weekdays.
Tickets: for adults – from € 56, for children – from € 51.
Europa Park, Rust, Germany
Europa Park is almost the largest and most diverse amusement park in Europe, which is the second most visited after Disneyland. Located in the small German town of Rust, Europa Park attracts at least 4 million visitors a year.
Thanks to the unique concept of the park, its guests can have fun once in many countries without leaving Germany. Its territory is divided into thematic sites, each of which corresponds to a particular state. So, there is France, Switzerland, Greece, Italy, England, the countries of Scandinavia and even Chocolate Land and the Viking Land not indicated on the formal maps.
Numerous attractions here are adjacent to copies of castles and popular attractions, as well as restaurants and cafes offering gourmets with cuisines from all these countries.
Tickets start at € 36. Children under 4 years old – free of charge.
Lotte World, Seoul, South Korea
This amusement park even got into the Guinness Book of Records. The famous
The ice arena, museums, attractions, museums and a variety of shops for sweet tooth – all this and much more is in Lotte.
Here you can, for example, experience the thrill of falling from a 70-meter height or fall into the funnel of a huge tornado. The park receives visitors year-round, regardless of weather conditions, and the good light transmission of the covered part allows the use of natural lighting indoors.
Tickets: we advise you to take a magic pass before the trip, which can significantly reduce the waiting time in the queue, in addition, a discount is given to foreigners in the park. Entrance fee is € 32, for children under 3 years old – free of charge.
LEGOLAND®, Billund, Denmark
In this amusement park built a “whole world” of the details of “Lego”. It is from it that game zones, buildings and even reduced copies of many European cities are made!
Visitors themselves can create entire settlements, magical creatures and robots from the details of the designer. This practice is not only entertaining in nature, but also perfectly develops imaginative thinking and spatial imagination.
In addition, here you can ride rides and water slides, go on an expedition to the local jungle and participate in a knightly tournament.
Tickets: One-day ticket price is € 51. If you buy in advance, you can get a 10% discount.
Port Aventura, Salou, Spain
This amusement park is divided into thematic zones
Also, thrill-seekers adore the Mexican zone and the highest attraction of the Condor Huricane park. Even the most daring people say that here they simply “stop breathing”.
All the entertainment in the arsenal of the park is about fifty, but not everyone knows that there is also an excellent Caribe Aquatic water park nearby, and if you buy tickets to both centers, the price will be much more profitable.
Tickets: the price depends on the season. A ticket for an adult for one-day costs from € 55, for a child – from € 44.
Cedar Point, Ohio, USA
Cedar Point is one of the oldest amusement parks in the USA, where all extreme people dream of getting. The first slides in Cedar Point appeared back in 1892.
The most famous attraction of the park is Skyhawk, incredibly high “swing arms” which are higher than the twelve-story building!
Tickets: entrance fee is € 60 per seat or € 41 if purchased online. The price is the same for children and adults.
Thorpe Park, Chertsey, UK
Thorpe Park is a legendary park. It may be slightly inferior in size and scope to the previous ones, but you will remember for a very long time about the time spent here.
The park has water rides, and roller coasters, and exciting rooms of fear. It is better to come to the park in the morning to avoid long lines.
Tickets: when booking online – € 33. On the spot you have to pay 40% more.
Mirabilandia, Ravenna, Italy
And finally, we have Italy and its famous Mirabilandia – the dream of every person from 7 to 70 years old.
There are attractions for fun people and daredevils, there are extreme slides, as well as luxurious, beautiful gardens and three clean lakes, near which you can just breathe easily.
The park is divided into 7 thematic zones, and there are more than 40 attractions here. The park hosts daily street performances, shows, concerts. Mirabilandia works from April to September, and the rest of the time it opens only on weekends.
Tickets: entrance fee – € 37 per person.
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