The theme is not only adrenaline and sensations, but also knowledge, open for myself something new, unusual. Open it together with interesting places.
1. “MAZE OF FEAR” Maze of fear
Is a network of caves, in the dark, where visitors are confronted with a terrible creature, and fall into an unexpected, frightening traps. Horror add obscure sounds, sudden fiery glare, and the atmosphere is unreal maze. Who wants not one adrenaline rush – welcome to the Novy Arbat street, 15.
2. The Ames Room
This room is created on the principle of optical illusion, psychologist and optometrist Adelbert Ames in 1946. The room is perceived as a rectangle, though, it actually is not. This effect creates a black and white checkered flooring, and uniquely designed wall. People close to the observer looks like a giant, and in the far corner – a dwarf. In addition, when the movement creates the illusion of a sharp change of the size of a man. Fans of psychological experiments, the Crimean Shaft, 9.
3. The mission Control center (MCC)
The plane rises to a height of 6 km. 3 km. it goes vertically, then turn off the engines. Continue reading
6 amusement parks in Europe, which you didn’t know.
Where to go on holiday with the kids? And that cheap ticket, and fly far away, was than children to take and do. Fly close and not very expensive is, most likely to Europe, but what about the remaining paragraphs? European amusement parks – the most suitable in this case here it is possible to find something for the child and yourself to have fun, and if you choose not famous Disneyland Paris, but an alternative to him, you also avoid Queuing and hustling tourists. All the parks are close to major European cities or directly in the cities themselves. Impressions will last a long time!
1. Europa park rust, Germany
The second most visited Park in Europe (after Disneyland Paris). The Park is divided into 11 parts, each of which is a separate country in miniature. Here you can arrange a rafting “Norwegian fjordal” to catch a London taxi to see the fairytale characters in “the enchanted forest” fairy tales of the brothers Grimm, and even visit “Moscow Gum” and roam environments of sunflowers on the Russian village, to fly on the simulator and buy Baba Yaga (not nastoyashuyu, of course, and puppet). Well, part of accelerate to 130 km/h on a roller coaster or up to 70 km / h on the “Greek” waterslide 850 m! By the way, Europa-Park just 60 km from Strasbourg international: here you and German pretzels, French Brasserie and a charming narrow streets mixed with urban channels. Oh yeah, I almost forgot about the legendary Cathedral. Continue reading
Krasnaya Polyana. Sochi.
The development of tourism worldwide helps people to learn more about other countries and spend time and host States to earn good money, as tourists leave the resorts a significant amount of money. One of the mechanisms to attract more travellers is to organize theme parks. All over the world such tourist facilities are in great demand and every year there are millions of visitors. For Russia, such infrastructure is still new, but their popularity is growing, and the creators actively use the unique opportunities of our country.
So, 5 theme parks operating in Russia
“My Russia”, Sochi, Krasnaya Polyana
This ethnographic Park, dedicated to the diverse culture and unique attractions of our great country. It was built before the Olympic games in 2014. Walking through its territory, can be a few hours to pass the main geographical regions of the country, to admire its architecture and to taste the cuisine in the region peoples.
Stanitsa Cossack “Ataman” in Taman, Krasnodar Krai
This is one of the oldest theme parks in Russia, it is dedicated to the everyday life of the Kuban Cossacks of the period of XVIII—XIX centuries. All the buildings are reproduced with historical accuracy and local workers in the reality show, how to live kazakiv the past. Continue reading