Whether you’re looking for some action-packed holiday fun or a break from your monotony routine, theme parks of Germany offer variety in profusion and are considered most preferred places to enjoy outing with families. With over hundred of choices to choose from, the hardest part is to know which one to visit first. But, to ease out your efforts we bring to you some of the best theme parks in Germany.
Europa Park, located north of Freiburg in the Black Forest, is Germany’s biggest theme park and the second biggest in Europe. The park consists of twelve European countries that are represented on the 200-acre grounds. From architecture and culture to the plants, trees and flowers authentically reproduced by these different countries, you get to experience everything. Its “Eurosat” takes you on a virtual journey of meteors and falling stars. The park houses 13 roller coasters, the oldest being Alpenexpress Enzian- a powered coaster that speeds through a diamond mine, and the newest coaster being the Ba-a-a Express- a small kiddie roller coaster. The park can accommodate up to approx. 60,000 guests per day and can be a perfect spot for children of all ages.
Legoland Deutschland is a Legoland park located in Günzburg in southern Germany. Spread over 43.5 hectares (107 acres) in area, it is one of the four most popular theme parks in Germany. This beautiful Miniland contains Lego representations of various German cities and rural landscapes. Whether you want to try out thrilling rides, build the center or live the life of a giant at Miniland, there
Playmobil Fun Park
Located in Zirndorf to the west of Nuremberg, it’s playtime all year round at Playmobil Fun Park. Expanded over to 90,000m² of indoor and outdoor areas, this cute theme park offer all kinds of fun and entertainment for children aged three and above. Offering experiences like secret chambers, dungeons, hall of mirrors, Dinosaurs Park, the corsair etc is the perfect place which you can visit all around the year, even in winters also.
Phantasialand, at Brühl, situated near Cologne, is Germany’s second most visited theme park. Its “Space Center” gives you a trip to the moon, and it’s Temple of the Nighthawk” takes you on a journey on the back of a virtual hawk. It also has theme villages which includes Mexico, Old Berlin and Chinatown as a representation. Have an unforgettable summer day or a charming winter experience along with the whole family at this perfect adventure spot.
Tripsdrill Adventure Park, located in Cleebronn between Stuttgart and Heilbronn, is one of Germany’s oldest theme parks. Renowned for its child-friendly features, the place is the ultimate destination to go for fun and adventure. The park offers more than hundred attractions, including museums, animal petting and feeding, roller coasters, playgrounds, and a theatre to get you on the enjoying mode. Tripsdrill, is a place which promises the whole family to have fun from the moment you enter to the moment you leave.
Freizeitpark Ravensburger Spieleland
Started since 1998, Ravensburger Spieleland is home to the ‘biggest playroom’ in the world and is completely perfect for families with children aged three and above. This 25-hectare park is situated in the Upper Swabia between Ravensburg and Lake Constance, Germany. Wander through the crazy maze or delete the burning house at the fire brigade, tractor ride or a captain’s adventure trip, There is something for everyone here.
For children as well as for adults, Europe has hundreds of amusement parks. Book your Germany holiday package now and discover our top pick for you. Simply call/whatsapp at 9990980980 to get it tailored made just like you want.