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The German nation tirelessly surprises me how she is able to create out of nothing and events, which every self-respecting Burger should definitely participate. It concerns all – from politics to entertainment.
Today we will talk about German amusement parks that attract weekend a huge number of people of all ages, families with children and tourists. After reading this review, you may be surprised to learn that near your place of residence or a place of tourist pilgrimage is one of the parks.
City square in the German city of Rostock
Or, maybe you even are planning to visit any Park during your next visit to the country.
So, here it is – hot seven amusement parks of Germany (or German Freizeitparks).
1. Tropical Islands, Brandenburg – Tropical island in Brandenburg – Europe’s largest tropical Park, where all the day basking on the sand at 26 degrees Celsius. The entrance ticket is 25 euros. Continue reading
The attraction, built in Japan and having a height approximately 14-storey building
Why do adults go to amusement parks? Of course, with the adrenaline. After all, he makes us stronger, more active, with the help of it we can easily deal with any of life’s adversities.
In turn, the entertainment industry never ceases to amaze us. So why not just invented for thrill-seekers. in order to make them feel the taste of freedom, fear and surprise.
Felt breath beginning to ride a scary attraction? Even tickles something in my stomach…
Well, just imagine: a Rocket. You sit on the seat, which is attached along it. And sharply the car starts to lift you to a height of 329 meters at a speed of 70 km/h. Scary? And now the most interesting: the unit with you, of course, coming down as if pulled away from the fasteners. Yes with the same speed… Ugh…
You still don’t faint? Then we present you the six most scariest rides in the world.
“Tower of terror”, Australia.
The attraction opened in 1997, managed to scare 8 million people. Rolling out of the tunnel and 7 seconds get to the top of a vertical tower with a maximum speed of 161 km/h. Continue reading
Who said amusement parks are interesting only to kids? Believe me, the adults just as well come to the delight of steep roller coaster and even animators dressed in costumes of fairytale characters. So it’s safe to say that the amusement Park is the best place for the whole family. In Germany. perhaps the biggest concentration of theme parks in Europe. We present to your attention the top seven German theme parks .
Not far from Strasbourg . almost on the border between Germany and France. is the largest German amusement Park – Europa-Park. There are more than 100 rides and attractions, located in 13 thematic areas, each associated with a specific European country – Germany, France, Greece, Russia, Spain, Iceland and others. In each zone-Europe Park, you can taste national dishes or to purchase the Souvenirs.
Roller coasters, water rides, carousels and go-karting can all be found in the popular Hyde Park. This Park is located in the town of Soltau . located between Hamburg and Hannover . Here you will find more than fifty attractions! Lovers of romance is recommended to visit “the world of primitive people”, a notorious thrill-seekers will be to the liking big roller coaster. In Hyde Park is the biggest in Europe wooden rollacoster .
If you’re near Cologne. be sure to visit the amusement Park Fantasy land. This is a real fairy-tale world, composed of 6 regions: Africa, Mexico, China town, Berlin, and countries of the Fantasies and the Mysteries. Continue reading