When we arrange a vacation, we all look forward to having fun. This is perhaps why amusement parks are constantly at the top of any vacation itinerary’s things to do list. An amusement park is a place where anyone, whether a kid, an adult, or a teenager, may relive their childhood experiences and have fun all over again. Here is an adventurous journey to the best and scariest amusement parks in the world.
• Eurupa amusement park in Germany
Europa-Park is Germany’s largest theme park and, behind Disneyland Paris, Europe’s second most popular theme park. Europa-Park is located in Rust, Germany, halfway between Freiburg am Breisgau and Strasbourg (in neighbouring France).
The park has many roller coasters, the oldest of which is the Alpenexpress Enzian, a powered coaster that races through a diamond mine that debuted in 1984. Europa-Park has roller coasters and attractions with extremely high capacity, allowing the park to handle around 60,000 visitors each day. In 2019, the park had 5.75 million visitors. It is also home to the Euro Dance Festival.
• Baku Amusement Park in Azerbaijan
This is a new addition to Baku’s “Sea Side National Park”! The “Ferris Wheel” is also referred to as the “Baku Ferris Wheel,” the “Baku Eye,” and the “Devil’s Wheel”! It opened in 2015 on Baku’s Boulevard in the Absheron Region. Unforgettable views of Baku and the Caspian Sea from its 30 air-conditioned enclosed chambers and a maximum height of 60 metres. The entire journey lasts around 30 to 40 minutes and is a must-see for everyone visiting Baku! Evening rides with all of Baku’s lights on are great! Enjoy!
•Makassar Amusement Park in Indonesia
The tropical rainforests of Indonesia are among the world’s oldest and richest natural environments, supporting a diverse range of wildlife and vegetation, including many species found nowhere else on the planet. The country’s many islands also include vast swaths of unspoiled mangrove forest and swamp, montane forests and savannahs, and thousands of kilometres of coastline teeming with coral reefs. Indonesia’s national parks, which are teeming with wildlife, dot these varied settings.
•Fantawild Amusement Park in China
Fantastic Adventure Wuhu is a Fantawild theme park in Wuhu, Anhui Province, China. With a total size of 125 million square metres, it is China’s largest theme park. The park cost 1.5 billion yuan to create.
Disneyland Paris is a theme park near Chessy, France, 32 kilometres (20 miles) east of Paris. It has two theme parks, resort hotels, Disney Nature Resorts, a retail, eating, and entertainment complex, as well as a golf course. Disneyland Park was the complex’s first theme park, opened in 1992.
Second theme park
Walt Disney Studios Park, a second theme park, opened in 2002. Disneyland Paris celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2017, with 320 million visitors, making it Europe’s most visited theme park at the time. It is the second and largest Disney park outside of the United States, following the inauguration of the Tokyo Disney Resort in 1983.
•Orlando Amusement Park in California
Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando are, obviously, the top theme parks in Orlando. The answer is simple: these aren’t just two parks, but entire worlds of family-friendly enjoyment, with a dozen different parks in between, as well as various events, performances, restaurants and nightlife hotspots. The ticket choices here are diverse and frequently a little complicated, although you may often buy single-day, multi-day, and ‘park-hopper’ passes.
•BatterSea park in London
Battersea Park is a 200-acre (83-hectare) green park in London’s London Borough of Wandsworth. It opened in 1858 and is located on the south bank of the Thames, opposite Chelsea. The park is built on reclaimed Thames marshes and land that was formerly used for market gardens. The park is classified on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens as Grade II.
•Universal Studio in Florida
Universal Studios Florida (commonly known as Universal Studios or USF) is an Orlando, Florida-based entertainment park. The park, which is mostly themed on movies, television, and other parts of the entertainment business, first opened to the public on June 7, 1990. NBCUniversal owns and operates it, and it offers a variety of rides, attractions, and live entertainment.
Universal Orlando Resort
Universal Studios Florida was the first component of the bigger Universal Orlando Resort to open, ranking twelfth in the world and sixth in North America in amusement park attendance in 2019, with around 10.9 million people.