Summer is no longer the only season for a successful funfair visit. For our days off, we have selected the most beautiful amusement parks in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands – A trip to the Netherlands is worthwhile during the holidays, weekend or day off. In addition to good shops and beautiful beaches, there are also several amusement parks to discover. As among others Travelcircus.de writes, the most popular are Toverland, Slagharen, Efterling, Duinrell, and Walibi.
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Amusement parks in the Netherlands – The Toverland near Venlo
Not far from North Rhine-Westphalia across the Dutch border to Venlo. Very close to the popular shopping metropolis of Sevenum, adventurers both large and small will find their money in Toverland. The amusement park is open all year round and offers a spacious outdoor area in addition to two rooms. On average, the park is open from 10:00 to 18:00 – during the summer holidays, the gates are open until 21:00.
There is a lot to experience in six themed worlds, from a mystical hazy place to a port city. The attractions include the wooden roller coaster “Troy” and the flying roller coaster “Fenix” with propellers and speeds of up to 95 km / h. There is also a wild water ride in the park. For the youngest guests there are climbing and water playgrounds as well as merry-go-rounds. Admission prices are around 30 euros, depending on the offer and the day.
The most popular amusement parks in the Netherlands – Slagharen
The Slagharen amusement park is located in the municipality of the same name in the province of Overijssel. The associated holiday park offers the possibility of staying overnight and exploring the park for several days. The park in Slagharen offers fun for the whole family. From 10:00 to 17:00 you can go up the Freefall Tower and underground in the “Mine”.
In addition to the wild water ride, there is also a chain merry-go-round and a horse merry-go-round. Online one-day tickets start from just 20 euros.
Amusement parks in the Netherlands – holiday fun in Efteling
It is also possible to spend the night at Efteling in Kaatsheuvel. This makes a short trip to an amusement park in the Netherlands a bit more relaxing. The park has a number of roller coasters and attractions. Attractions include the wooden roller coaster “Joris en de Draak”, the water roller coaster “De vliegen Hollander” and the looped roller coaster “Python”.
A 4D cinema and a steam carousel complete the family park. With a proud 46 euro, day tickets aren’t exactly cheap. The park is close to the Belgian border and is easily accessible from North Rhine-Westphalia. Opening hours are daily from 10:00 to 19:00.
Amusement parks in the Netherlands – Duinrell holiday park
The Duinrell recreation and leisure park in the Netherlands offers more than 40 attractions. The emphasis is definitely on family friendliness. Especially children have many options here. There are indoor and outdoor playgrounds with balls, water or climbing opportunities (more news from the Netherlands on RUHR24).
In the meantime, older children or adults can play mini golf, ride a swing or ride the looped “Falcon” roller coaster. On the Wildwings-Bahn, you fly one of twelve aircraft. Daily ticket prices start from 20 euros.
Amusement parks in the Netherlands – Walibi Holland
The Walibi Holland theme park is located in the immediate vicinity of Veluwmeer in Biddinghuizen. 34 attractions attract big and small visitors. Eight roller coasters will keep the adrenaline flowing in your bloodstream. At the front is the Goliath high-speed roller coaster, which reaches speeds of over 100 km / h at 1.2 kilometers. The “Space Shot” free fall tower is also not intended for the faint of heart.
On the “Walibi-Express” route it is much quieter during a trip in the park. The Super Swing carousel makes small and big hearts beat faster. Mid-range cards cost around 30 euros. There are also many amusement parks in Germany for the whole family. Tips on how to get to the amusement park cheap can help you save.
This article is constantly updated and does not claim to be complete.
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