The Best Amusement Parks in Europe

The Best Amusement Parks in Europe

Tourism in European countries necessitates visiting amusement parks and games. All travelers spend their activities during their tourist trip exploring landmarks and places, in addition to visiting recreational cities. On the continent of Europe, you can find hundreds of games and cabarets, but of course, some are distinct and famous and are more popular than other games.

1- Disneyland ( France – Paris )

This park is located in the beautiful French capital, Paris, and it is divided into three main sections. First, The park and theme park. Second, The studio, which is sometimes used for games and often for shows, plays, and movies. Third, the Disney Village for restaurants, cafes, and markets. Going to Disneyland is an opportunity to fulfill childhood dreams, get to know famous fairytale characters and events. There is also the Sleeping Princess Castle, where fireworks, spectacular lights, and festivals are held. The prices for one-day admission tickets range from five grades and can be entered for two, 3, 4, or 5 days.

Location:

Chessy, France, a town located 32 km east of the center of Paris, Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray.

Opening and closing times:

– From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Tickets:

– 1 Day, 1 Park, Tier 1, $104 ( Ages 10+), $98 (3-9)

– 1 Day, 2 Parks, Tier 1, 159 (Ages 10+), $153 (3-9)

– 1 Day, 1 Park, Tier 5, $154 (Ages 10+), $146 (3-9)

– 1 Day, 2 Parks, Tier 5, $209 (Ages 10+), $201 (3-9)

– 2 Days, 1 Park Per Day, $235 (Ages 10+), $220 (3-9)

– 2 Days, 2 Parks Per Day, $290 (Ages 10+), $275 (3-9)

– 3 Days, 1 Park Per Day, $310 (Ages 10+), $290 (3-9)

– 3 Days, 2 Parks Per Day, $365 (Ages 10+), $345 (3-9)

– 4 Days, 1 Park Per Day, $340 (Ages 10+), $320 (3-9)

– 4 Days, 2 Parks Per Day, $395 (Ages 10+), $375 (3-9)

– 5 Days, 1 Park Per Day, $360 (Ages 10+), $340 (3-9)

– 5 Days, 2 Parks Per Day, $415 (Ages 10+), $395 (3-9)

2- PortAventura World ( Spain – Barcelona )

It is a large tourist resort and amusement park located in the south of Barcelona and attracts millions of tourists in Spain and Europe. The resort is the largest tourist resort in Europe, with 4 hotels, 2 airports, the Costa Caribe Aquatic Park, a train station, and Ferrari Territory. It also includes five expressive sections on civilizations (Mediterranean countries, the far west, Mexico, China, and Polynesia), and a large area inspired by the world of Sesame and his famous personalities.

Location:

Tarragona, Costa Dorado; Only 1 hour from Barcelona Airport or 10 minutes from Reus Airport.

Opening and closing times:

– From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (weekdays)

– From 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (weekends)

Tickets:

– 1 Day, PortAventura Park, €44 (Adult), €39 (4-10 and 60+)

– 4 Days, PortAventura Park, €92 (Adult), €81 (4-10 and 60+)

– 7 Days, PortAventura Park, €105 (Adult), €92 (4-10 and 60+)

– 1 Day, PortAventura Park, Ferrari Land, €50 (Adult), €44 (4-10 and 60+)

– 2 Days, PortAventura Park, Ferrari Land, €53 (Adult), €48 (4-10 and 60+)

– 3 Days, PortAventura Park, Ferrari Land, €71 (Adult), €62 (4-10 and 60+)

– 3 Days, PortAventura Park, Ferrari Land, Caribe Aquatic Park, €74 (Adult), €67 (4-10 and 60+)

– 4 Days, PortAventura Park, Ferrari Land, Caribe Aquatic Park, €99 (Adult), €88 (4-10 and 60+)

– 7 Days, PortAventura Park, Ferrari Land, Caribe Aquatic Park, €115 (Adult), €101 (4-10 and 60+)

3- Gröna Lund ( Sweden – Stockholm )

Rona Lund amusement park is small compared to other cities in Europe, but it contains a lot of amusement parks and games and more than 30 places for visiting tourists. The establishment of this park dates back to 1880 AD, so it is considered the oldest amusement park in Sweden. The city contains exciting games such as hurricane game, Jetline, horror house, restaurants and cafes, residential and commercial buildings, and other facilities. Also, during the summer, it is known as a venue for concerts, and shows and events for children are held continuously and are announced on the official theme park site.

Location:

Stockholm, Sweden. Located on the seaward side of Djurgården Island, Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9.

Opening and closing times:

– From 10 a.m. to 10 a.m. ( time might change, depends on the month )

Tickets:

– Only Entry, €12 (Adults), Free (Ages 0-6 and 65+)

– Entry, One Day Ride Ticket, €43 (Adults), €33 (Ages 0-6 and 65+)

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