Amusement parks in Europe: Disneyland is just one of them

Amusement parks in Europe: Disneyland is just one of them
You will always have Disneyland in Paris, and is a really nice trip. But there are other parks that are not that famous and they are really beautiful. Let´s take a look at them:


Tivoli Garden, Copenhagen – 120 DKK or 16€
(it’s close now, until April).
I went to Copenhagen last year, is was December. I was pretty worried that at 3.30pm in the afternoon, the night comes up. But when I got to see Tivoli, I fall in love. This park has a prepared illumination like that makes you want to be dark. I couldn’t believe it. We stay walking around there for at least 4 hours and I didn’t ride any roller coaster.

PortAventura, Barcelona – €47
Living in Barcelona make me realized they have a lot of parks, just one hour from the city. This is one of my favorites, and it has a beautiful decoration and really powerful roller coasters. You will spend a hole day here, and try to go a day that is not to hot, because there is not that many places to hide from the sun. 

Ferrari Land, Barcelona – €60 per day, including PortAventura entrance.
It is next to PortAventura. It will open in April, a theme park made as an homage for Enzo Ferrari, his italian creator. A space of 4000 m2 where visitors can enjoy a technological experience that is unique in Europe.

Tibidabo, Barcelona€28.50 (opening again next month).
This might be not as excited as the other parks in Barcelona, but is a classic highlight of the city. It’s a little tricky to get there because is in the hight but is worth the view.


Efteling, Netherlands
– € 34.50
This is a theme park, is full of elfs, talking trees and wonders. Only 1 hour and 15 minutes from Amsterdam. 


Europa-park, Germany – 
€47.00
This is the largest park in Germany, in Rust, south of the country. Is really big and the rides seems awesome!

Gardaland, Italy – € 37,00
This park is in the north of italy, close to Verona. It´s a big park, full of roller coasters and games for all ages. It has it’s own hotel, restaurants and cafe.

 

There are a lot more in Europe like: Parque Warner in Madrid; Phantasialand in Brühl, Legoland in Günzburg, and many more!

Thanks for reading 🙂
F.



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