Amusement parks germany: the 12 best theme parks (for 2020)

Exciting rides, rapid roller coasters, adventurous entertainment shows and much more – that’s what amusement parks in Germany offer. They have become popular too Destinations in Germany and are ideal for you getaway on. Because no matter how old you are, you are guaranteed to become one unforgettable day experience.

In the meantime the offer of many goes theme parks further. Not only Rides and perfect theme worlds are offered to you, but also entire hotels and holiday villages. We show you the best amusement parks in Germany and tell you which highlights you shouldn’t miss.

1. Europa-Park in Rust, Baden-Württemberg

He is the undisputed king among the amusement parks in Germany: Europa-Park in Rust, Baden-Württemberg.

Up to 5.6 million visitors are guests every year, making it the most visited amusement park in Germany. Ascending trend. A US magazine also voted it the best amusement park in the world for the fourth time in a row.

Europa-Park was opened 1975 as an exhibition area for the Mack family. Here she wanted to present her products – rides for amusement parks. The adventure park quickly developed into a real tourist magnet and in 1978 the park cracked the one million visitor mark.

© Europa-Park

Today the park includes 18 subject areas, which are mostly divided into European countries. The Europa-Park offers rides for children and adults and has new attractions every year. For the 2018 season, a virtual reality roller coaster and the revamped Eurosat roller coaster were (again) opened.

  • Entry: Adults pay 52.00 euros, children from 4 to 11 years pay 44.50 euros, children up to 4 years have free admission
  • Opening hours: Open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from late March to early November, open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. from late November to early January 2019.
  • Address: Europa-Park-Strasse 2, 77977 Rust
  • Everything about Europa-Park

2. Phantasialand in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia

The Amusement park in North Rhine-Westphalia belongs to the most visited amusement parks in Germany and is divided into a total six subject areas.

The adventure park was opened in 1967 in a former lignite mine. One of the founders had participated in numerous television puppet shows and wanted to permanently display the dolls and backdrops in his fund for guests.

Today you can go through perfect backdrops stroll like the Berlin street Unter den Linden in the style of the 1920s or visit China Town in the middle of the Rhineland. Other subject areas are Mexico, Mystery, Fantasy and Deep Africa.

© Phantasialand

The rides in the park are suitable for all ages. You think rapid rides like roller coasters, wild water rides and many more. Also a chain carousel, face painting and more.

  • Entry: Visitors from the age of 12 pay 49.50 euros, children from 4 to 11 years pay 39.50 euros, children up to 3 years have free admission
  • Opening hours: from the beginning of April to the end of November every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., from July to the end of August daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Address: Berggeiststrasse 31-41, 50321 Brühl
  • Including overnight stay in one 4 * hotel of your choice
  • Breakfast included and other extras depending on the selected hotel
  • Including entry to the popular amusement park Phantasialand Cologne-Brühl

3. Heide Park Resort in Soltau, Lower Saxony

It is the second largest amusement park in Germany and is located in the beautiful area of ​​Lüneburg pagan in Niedersachsen. It was opened in 1978 and has grown and changed since then.


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