The history of amusement parks in Germany dates back to the 1920s, when the foundation stone for today’s Tripsdrill amusement park was laid in tranquil Cleebronn in Baden-Württemberg. Of course, these beginnings cannot be compared with what attracts millions of people today – now amusement parks with roller coasters, water parks with slides or zoos and gardens with natural experiences provide entertainment.
There are amusement parks in Germany for every taste, every season and every age. Today the German amusement park landscape counts far more than 100 parks. The overview on Parkerlebnis.de gives an overview of the offers.
» Germany’s amusement parks by federal state…
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- Adventure park deals – An overview
Published by Erlebnisparkdeals.de
On this adventure park overview you will find the locations of the various adventure parks, amusement parks and zoo's. Now if we have a new deal, we will also add the location to this page...
- List of amusement parks in Europe
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Here you will find a complete overview of European leisure parks...
- Theme parks of the Balearic Islands
Published by Balearic Agency for Tourism Strategy
Have fun with the family or with your friends in one of the theme parks of the Balearic Islands. There is a great offer of leisure and adventure for every audience. Come and enjoy the world of fun. You will be out of breath in one of these exciting adventure parks for children and adults.
- Ranking-List of Amusement Parks in Europe
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If you're wondering, "What theme parks are in Europe?" or "What are the best amusement parks in Europe?" then this list will answer your questions. Millions of tourists visit Europe every year to check out their famous theme parks, so if you're traveling there for vacation then don't miss out on the chance to experience them first hand...
- The top water parks in Mallorca
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Mega-slides, waterfalls, wave pools and swimming pools - water parks are an irresistible magnet for children and teenagers. While the parents relax under shady umbrellas on the lawn, the children can enjoy some crazy water fun under supervision We will introduce you to the top water parks in Mallorca and explain about the special features and attractions of these giant leisure centres.
- Waterpark: Aqualand El Arenal
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The Aqualand Arena is the largest water park in Mallorca, with 16 different pools that includes a pool with wave-simulations, a pool for small children, and about 20 water slides. Besides fun in the water, this park has other interesting attractions like go-cart tracks, a trampoline, and deckchairs (for an additional fee). Spend a day full of fun and exciting activities.
- Theme Park: Marineland Dolphinarium
Published by Marineland.es
The Marineland in Mallorca is located about 10 km west of Palma. What this park is most famous for is their dolphin and sea lion shows. Besides performances, the park also offers a variety of aquariums that are homes to sharks and other exotic fish, as well as a tropical house with snakes, crocodiles, iguanas, piranhas, penguins, pelicans, flamingos, and turtles...
- Top amusement parks for kids and teenagers in Europe
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The roller coaster, the ghost train, the castle of the princess and the big wheel,..Discover the best amusement parks in Europe. For children, but also for teenagers and adults, Europe has hundreds of amusement parks. Discover our selection of the best amusement parks in Europe.
- Discover Efteling – Netherland
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Once upon a time there was a theme park where all your favourite fairy tales were brought to life. Efteling, a dark and enchanting world of princesses, pixies, fairies and trolls is located in Kaatsheuvel in the Netherlands. Cinderella, Rapunzel as well as numerous folk tale characters are represented in the park’s attractions, which feature 35 rides including six rollercoasters and four water rides...
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- Visa Information for European countries
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Travelling across Europe may require a visa for citizens of many countries. There are some countries that are a part of free-travel zone called the Schengen Area. To travel to states that are a part of this area you are required to get a Schengen Visa, which is a short term visa and is issued only for travelling and tourism purposes. For longer stays you are required to obtain a specific visa that is issued only by the host country...