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The best amusement parks in Europe

If you are wondering where to fly with a child, it’s hard to think of a better place than the amusement Park. Be sure that you will not be bored. Every adult dreams at least for a moment to feel carefree and happy child. To escape from reality into a dream will help dizzying roller coaster, the carousel, the room of horrors and other attractions on the background of fabulous scenery. Thus, the selection of the most popular amusement parks in Europe:

Disneyland in Paris (France) . This Disneyland receives more than 10 million visitors a year. Fairytale castle with pink towers is its hallmark. You will meet all the characters of Walt Disney cartoons. With a continued sense of celebration and fun every day. This is probably the most popular amusement Park on the planet, hence the a number of challenges: heavy workload and long queues. Take care of the entrance ticket in advance. It can be purchased in the shop of Souvenirs Disney on the Champs Elysees or in all the stores “Fnac”, which are scattered all over Paris. Also recommend to attend one of the weekdays, on weekends the number of visitors multiplies.

Europa Park in rust (Germany) . “Europe Park” is slightly inferior to Disneylanda the number of visitors, it is the second most visited amusement Park in Europe. There is less perky toon and fairy-tale princesses, but more of adrenaline on the roller coaster. Continue reading

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