10 Theme Parks in Germany that you should visit - With photos & details

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10 Theme Parks to explore in Germany

Country with the largest population in Europe. Stretches from the North and the Baltic Sea in the north to the Alps in the south. It is traversed by some of Europe's major rivers such as the Rhine, Danube and Elbe.

EgaparkGothaer Str. 38, 99094 Erfurt, Germany

The egapark in Erfurt , with an area of ​​36 hectares, is one of the largest garden and leisure parks in Germany. The park area is located in the southwest of the city on the 265-meter high Cyriaksberg. Emerging from a former city fortress, the area was redesigned as a public green area from 1885 and further expanded in the following period. The entry-based facility, which is open all year round, combines various exhibition halls, plant showrooms, themed gardens and relaxation areas.

EifelparkWeißstraße 12, 54647 Gondorf, Germany

The Eifelpark is a wildlife and leisure park in Gondorf in the Eifel mountains of Germany. The park consists of roller coasters, bumper car rides, wildlife park with over 200 animals and many other attractions and shows.

Europa-ParkEuropa-Park-Straße 2, 77977 Rust, Germany

Largest theme park in Germany, and the second most popular theme park resort in Europe, following Disneyland Paris. The park is home to 13 roller coasters, and can accommodate approximately 60,000 guests per day. Since 2014, Europa-Park has been named the world's best amusement park by the Golden Ticket Awards.

Hansa-ParkAm Fahrenkrog 1, 23730 Sierksdorf, Germany

The Hansa-Park is a seasonal amusement park in Schleswig-Holstein on the Baltic Sea. The park is run by Christoph Andreas Leicht. The park today covers 460,000 m² with - according to its own statements - more than 125 attractions and welcomed 1.4 million guests in 2016. This makes it one of the five largest German amusement parks. From 1973 to 1976, the site was home to the first German Legoland.

Heide Park ResortHeide Park 1, 29614 Soltau, Germany

Heide Park Resort is the largest amusement park in northern Germany with an area of 210 acres, it's in Soltau, Lower Saxony. The park is divided into 5 areas, it features more than 40 attractions, 40 rides, and amazing shows, the park annually attracts around 1.7 million visitors.

Holiday Park, GermanyHoliday-Park-Straße 1-5, 67454 Haßloch, Germany

Holiday Park is one of Germany's most popular theme parks, and is part park and part woodland. The park offers several amusement rides, as well as roller coasters, water rides, and live shows. The park is well known for its Expedition GeForce roller coaster, which consistently remained in the top ten of the many best roller coaster lists since its opening in 2001.

Legoland Deutschland ResortLegoland-Allee 3, 89312 Günzburg, Germany

Opened in 2002, it is 43.5 hectares (107 acres) in area, and it is one of the four most popular theme parks in Germany. The Miniland- one of the attractions in the park contains Lego reproductions of various German cities and rural landscapes.

PhantasialandBerggeiststraße 31-41, 50321 Brühl, Germany

This theme park that was opened in 1967 in Brühl attracts around 2 million visitors annually. It has six themed areas such as Berlin, Wuze Town and Deep in Africa. It also has many roller coasters, water rides and thrill rides.

TolkschauTolkschau, Schaalby, Germany

The Tolk Show is a family amusement park in Tolk near the city of Schleswig. It is mainly aimed at families with children up to about eleven years of age. The Tolk show originated in the 1960s from an excursion destination designed as a fairy tale forest and is therefore still often locally called a “fairy tale park” today. The area of ​​the park is 30 hectares.

Tropical IslandsTropical-Islands-Allee 1, 15910 Krausnick, Germany

This unique tropical theme park is located in the previous Brand-Briesen Airfield in Halbe, Germany, 50 km from Berlin's southern boundary. The former airship hangar that was known as the Aerium, is the world's biggest free-standing hall with a capacity of up to 8,200 visitors a day. Inside the hall, the air temperature is 26 °C (78°F) and air humidity is around 64%. Tropical Islands is home to the biggest indoor rainforest in the world, a beach, many tropical plants, and a number of swimming po