The EUROPE PARK – the most international Park in the world. To grasp the immensity, as we know, is impossible. And yet. Europa Park in the whole of Europe can be circumvented in a day. It is located in the South-West of the country . where the borders of Germany, France and Switzerland. (in rust . close to Freiburg – capital of the black forest. At a distance of 60 km from Strasbourg . 240 km from Frankfurt . 175 km from Zurich and 380 km from Munich ). Before going to any part of the Park, you have the first walk around classic German Boulevard . where with a wide and welcoming smiles you will meet Euro-Maus with his girlfriend and elephant Euro-Fan. After the walk you will have to wait for the monorail train . where you will be able to drive around little Europe . Once here you can “visit” Austria, UK, Germany, Holland, Spain, Italy, Russia, France, Switzerland, Scandinavia, and Chocolate Land, the land of the Vikings and the Palace Park. Near the German Boulevard romantic Palace Park: quiet, filled with a delightful floral aroma. Here is a castle defence – one of the oldest fortresses in Europe, built in 1442. In the Palace Park we should look closely to the old stumps; sometimes they turn into dwarves. Countries in Europa Park predstavlenye their most typical and unexpected features. In the Beautiful Italy is a Palazzo in Baroque style and the Venetian carnival; in Spain, the knights fighting with magic swords; in the Seventh heaven in France in the centre of a huge silver sphere, every hour starts Eurosat, carrying their passengers in rapid flight, when “the wind whistles, and the girlfriend screams” next – Kingdom of the Dinosaurs. Continue reading
When visiting new countries and cities with the children. many parents include on the list of places to visit amusement parks. They are often so interesting, fascinating and so help you to plunge into the world of childhood that even adults enjoyed their visit and did not regret it. In Canada there is no Disneyland, but there are many famous Park La Ronde. This is one of the largest and most popular parks in Canada.
The Park was built in Montreal (Saint Helena) a long time ago, in 1967, on the eve of the international exhibition. Since then, the Park pleases its visitors, who number 2.5 million each year.
The Park covers a vast area of 59 acres and offers more than 40 different rides. All the rides in the Park are divided into three categories: Mild (you’re really not scared, just curious and quietly), Moderate (moderately quick and fun rides) and Max (rides with a maximum output of adrenaline, is recommended for those who are ready to shout in all throat, not recommended for the nervous and highly sensitive person). You decide what you are willing to accept, and where you better to ride.
Now let’s look at the most adrenaline-fuelled and thrilling rides at La Ronde. The oldest roller coaster is known for the Monster (Le Monstre). Attractiverestaurant a track with wooden skids about 40 meters high. You sit in cars and famously carried on a curved road in the air. The slide is so cleverly executed that passengers feel like a harness badly they are kept. This kind of device, designed to tickle the nerves of the participants of the adventure. Continue reading
There is light at strange tourist attractions – eerily quiet theme parks and hotels that do not accept their visitors. These theme parks were for some reason abandoned today and left to rot.
It would seem that theme parks should be filled with screaming kids, covered in cotton candy, and their caring parents. In fact, instead of fun in these places is eerily empty, creepy, and frightening silence hangs in the air, no signs of life.
Strange, but these places, for a long time have come into complete disrepair, attract many tourists wishing to get a hefty dose of thrills.
Spreepark, Berlin, Germany
In 1969, the Park has been opened, is located in Plänterwald. The Park was given an honorable and pleasant mission – to delight families from Berlin and other German cities. In 2002, the family owners, which owned the Park (now known as spreepark), moved to Lima, Peru where they tried to start another Park. Berlin gradually the Park fell into disrepair.
Park Six Flags, New Orleans, Louisiana
Hurricane Katrina destroyed many of the buildings, he did not regret Park Louisiana,opened in 2000.
A storm devastated the neighborhood, inundating many of the attractions of the theme Park. Continue reading