BEST EUROPEAN ENTERTAINMENT PARKS
Tivoli, Copenhagen, Denmark A small, slightly stiff, not full of tricked rides – and such a charming Tivoli Park. It seems that Hans Christian Andersen himself would recommend visiting him. Since the opening of the park in the middle of the 19th century, time seemed to stop there: it is quiet and blessed, despite the huge number of visitors. But, looking at the old water mill, do not miss the modern roller coaster and other attractions. Europa-Park, Rust, Germany The main amusement park in Germany has earned another proud title – it is the largest amusement park in Europe. You are waited by cheerful travels across the countries of Europe and fantastic lands, thematic attractions and representations. Included are fun, surprise, surprises and – as without this – a desire to return here again. And it’s worth returning: every year the park finds new topics for entertainment. Read more about Europa-Park on our website page. Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Valais, France Disney magic is subject to people of all ages, so even parents are not ashamed to dream of a trip to Disneyland Paris. Oh, this park is quite in line with the spirit of the Disney dreamland! Favorite characters, the best attractions, large-scale shows and many pleasant things – it seems that even the air here is different, smelling of holiday and adventure. Do not forget about the second park, Walt Disney Studios Park, which reveals the secrets of the movie kitchen. Disneyland in Paris: 10 tips for parents planning a trip with their children Gröna Lund, Stockholm, Sweden “There are other attractions too!” Parents say to children who do not want to leave Pettson o Findus Värld and Lustiga Huset, houses full of mysteries and adventures. But there are really other entertainments: carousels, roller coasters, various turntables, hotels with ghosts, laughter rooms and everything else that is usually found in an amusement park. By the way, the children’s train here puffs like this: “Tuff-tuff!” It seems, right? Gardaland, Lake Garda, Italy In this park they know in what proportion you need to mix imagination, adventure and adrenaline to get a great vacation for the whole family. Medieval castles, flying islands, mammoths, pirates – I wonder what else you will see and whom you will meet. The park includes the Sea Life aquarium, and this is a vivid example of the implementation of the edutainment principle (training + entertainment). PortAventura, Salou, Spain Amusement Park in Spain “Port Aventura” – a place where it is hot even in cool weather. You definitely want to visit all the attractions, see all the shows and try all the slides in the water park, and this can take more than one day. The park is equally divided between cute children’s entertainments and puzzling adult attractions, so absolutely everyone is happy here. Daredevils, be sure to note on the highest water slide in Europe with King Khajuna free fall. Holidays with children in Salou: an overview of Port Aventura: a detailed description, opening hours, ticket prices, how to get to Parc Astérix, Playa, France Charming red-haired simpletons Asterix and Obelix, peculiar French humor and the most favorite types of entertainment – these are the key to the success of this park. Of the 36 attractions, everyone will choose something different: a roller coaster, flying on an airplane, rafting on the river or just classic carousels. The park hosts several fun shows, and the only artists who don’t wear the costumes of Asterix and Obelix are dolphins. They are good in their own guise. Walibi Belgium, Wavre, Belgium Almost half of the attractions in this park are for children. It is here that ladybugs are able to fly with passengers on their backs, it is here that the best tree houses are built, it is here that unexplored lands are preserved where a children’s train regularly goes. Adolescents and adults have a chance to try out extreme attractions and make sure that they got the name “Cobra”, “Werewolf” or “Vampire” in vain. Efteling, Katschevel, The Netherlands Where do the gnomes and trolls live, where are the fairies and the evil sorceresses hidden, where the talking trees grow? In a magical forest, that is, in the Efteling park. Here, as in a real fairy tale, wonderful meetings, trials, dangers await the children – but, as expected, “in the end everything will be fine.” Do not miss the Aquanura water show, which can only be called magic.