The Most Beautiful Amusement Parks in Europe

Have you ever considered going on a family trip with your family, where you and your children can live an unforgettable adventure? An amusement park might be the best choice for this! Theme parks are some of the most sought after attractions for all ages.

In this article, we will try to put together a list of the best amusement parks in 7 major European cities, so that you get the inspiration you need for your next trip and have as much fun as possible!


  1. Heide Park — Soltau, Germany

Heide Park is located near Hamburg and a city break here is a perfect option. If you like adrenaline, Heide Park has everything you need to spend a day full of excitement.

The park features 4 roller coasters, some of the largest in Europe, and another 40 attractions  available to you throughout the park. There is also an impressive replica of the Statue of Liberty located in the middle of the wooden Roller Coaster – the Colossos.

  1. Prater Amusement Park – Vienna, Austria

When you get there, you will have an amazing adventure, filled with Viennese tradition and charm, all conceived in one of the most famous parks in Austria. Besides, besides the most attractive amusement points of the park, you have an impressive green area where you can run, cycle or swim. If you want to see as much as possible of this green area, you can take a miniature train that will lead you to the most beautiful relaxation areas of Prater.

  1. Lego Land Park – London, United Kingdom

It’s true, we are not in Denmark, the home of the modern LEGO, but rather in England, where the inventor of the LEGO was actually born; Here, children can step into the magical world of knights, scouts or pilots, can fly over the trees to escape the dragons or live an unforgettable underwater experience. And if one day is not enough to enjoy all of the attractions, you can stay in one of the nearby thematic hotels, where the fun does not stop even at night!

Lego Land in London attracts more than 2 million tourists a year, and if you’d love to check out this amazing place, you can book your ticket online!

  1. Port Aventura Park – Salou, Spain

If you want to see the whole world in one day, choose the Port Aventura amusement park in Spain; it is just a one-hour drive from Barcelona , and you can opt for public transport if you don’t have a car. Port Aventura is a theme park that will take you through the most important destinations of the globe, being divided into 5 areas: Mediterranean, exotic Polynesia, old China, impressive Mexico and the Wild West.

In addition, if the weather outside is good, you can ride a boat and stop at the Caribbean Water Park. Ticket prices range from EUR 45 per person for adults and EUR 39 for children aged 4-10 years.

  1. Efteling Park – The Netherlands

If you’ve always wanted to be part of the fairytale world, you’re on the right track. The Efteling amusement park in the Netherlands features a mysterious forest, house of gnomes and storytelling parrots. Prepare to listen to some of the most magical stories you’ve ever heard!

Efteling Park is one of the largest and most popular parks in Europe, and it opened its doors in 1952. If you get here you have the opportunity to take a tour of the park in an awesome steam train! Also by car, or even by train, you can discover the nearby city of Rotterdam.

  1. Tivoli Gardens – Copenhagen

The Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen has been open since 1843. In fact, it is the oldest theme park located in Europe. Some of the attractions here are built using wood, some of which date back to 1914 and still work flawlessly today. There are also plenty modern attractions that will transport you to a world of magic with lots of surprises for your children.

  1. Disneyland – Paris

Paris’s Disneyland Park is the first on our list of the most beautiful theme parks in Europe, and it is considered, without a doubt, Europe’s most famous theme park. Disneyland Paris is divided into two large parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios. It is the most visited theme park in Europe, attracting more than 13 million visitors each year. The atmosphere here is magical and full of adventure and excitement. It is the perfect place to travel back in time to your childhood, featuring an entire world of adventure and fairy tales.

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