Europe for children: 10 best amusement parks and attractions. It introduces some of the most popular and fun places to visit with kids in different European countries. The article also provides information on ticket prices, how to get there, and some special offers from INFOBUS.

Some of the amusement parks and attractions mentioned in the article are:

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  • Tivoli Gardens in Denmark: One of the oldest and most visited parks in Scandinavia and Europe. It has various rides, gardens, and a great atmosphere. The entrance fee is 99 kroons (14 euros), and children under 7 years old are free. You can reach the park by train or bus from Copenhagen.
  • Europa-Park in Germany: The second most visited park in Europe and a unique one that lets you experience several European countries at once. The entrance ticket for one day is 47 euros for adults and 36 euros for children under 12 years old. You can get to the park by train from Frankfurt to Offenburg or Lahr. You can also get a discount of up to 8% on bus tickets to Germany from INFOBUS.
  • Gröna Lund amusement park in Sweden: A relatively small but interesting park in Stockholm, on the coast of the island of Jurgården. It has more than 30 attractions and hosts concerts in summer. The entrance ticket and rides for children under 3 years old are free. The exit ticket for adults is 120 kroons.
  • Gardaland in Italy: The third most popular park in Europe and the most popular in Italy. It has 7 main attractions, such as Raptor, Blue Tornado, Magic Mountain, and Sequoia Adventure. The entrance ticket for adults is 35 euros, and for children – 29 euros. You can get to the park from the train station in Pesquiera del Garda by a free shuttle bus.
  • Port Aventura in Spain: The largest amusement park in Spain, located in Salou, near Barcelona. It has various themed areas and attractions, such as Shambhala, Dragon Khan, and Hurakan Condor. The entrance ticket for an adult is 69 euros, and for children – 59 euros. You can get to the park from Barcelona by train line R-16.
  • The Astérix theme park in France: A park based on the Gauls, with Asterix as its hero. It is the third most visited park in France and is located in Playa. It also has a hotel for a comfortable stay. The entrance ticket for an adult is 50 euros, and for children under 12 years old – 45 euros. You can get to the park by a special bus from the Palais Royal metro station near the Louvre.
  • The Walibi theme park in Belgium: A park suitable for both adults and children, located in Wavre, near Brussels. It has 16 carousels and several playgrounds, as well as the largest roller coaster in Belgium, the Goliath. You can also enjoy the Aqualiby water park on the park’s territory. The entrance tickets range from 43 to 50 euros. You can get to the park by train, as it is connected to the Walibi-Bierges railway station by a pedestrian bridge. You can also get a 50% discount on the train ticket if you buy it on the park’s website
  • Efteling Park in the Netherlands: A fairy tale park in the Netherlands, one of the three largest in Europe. It has six roller coasters located in fairy tale kingdoms, such as the Flying Dutchman, the Baron 1898, and the Python. The ticket prices depend on the season, from 42 to 48 euros.
  • Futuroscope in France: A unique park dedicated to technology, science, and innovation, located 10 km from Poitiers. It has attractions that use sensors and image projections, such as the Extraordinary Journey, the Future is Wild, and the Raving Rabbids. The entrance ticket for adults is 40-45 euros, for children aged 5-16 years – 37 euros, and for children under 5 years old – free. You can get to the park from Poitiers by buses No. 1 and No. 21.
  • Alton Towers in the UK: A theme and water amusement park in Staffordshire, divided into 13 thematic zones, such as Towers Street, Forbidden Valley, and Mutiny Bay. It also has a castle that is worth visiting. The park offers to buy Fastrack, a subscription with various bonuses that allow you to use the rides. You can get to the park by train, the nearest stations are in Derby, Stoke-on-Trent and Uttoxeter, and then there are buses to the park.

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