Top Theme Parks in The Europe

Europe has lots of incredible theme parks for you to enjoy, many of which are perfect for children and families of all ages. This blog post will show some of the best ones for you and your family to visit across the whole of Europe. There will be some well-known ones and some lesser-known ones so that you can experience all that Europe has to offer. So, shall we get started?

Disneyland Paris (France)

I don’t think there’s any other place to begin! This list would not be complete without a trip to Disneyland Paris, one of the most magical places in the world. Not only is it one of the best theme parks in Europe, but I think it’s one of the best in the world. It has something for children, and adults, of all ages. You won’t be disappointed.

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Legoland (Denmark)

This is the original Legoland park which opened in 1968. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Denmark. The park has plenty of lego-related activities to get your teeth stuck into. However, it is mainly geared toward younger children or those just super interested in all things lego. It is 100% worth the trip!

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Liseberg (Sweden)

Liseberg is the most visited theme park in Scandinavia. It is most famous for its wooden rollercoaster Balder. The best time to visit it at Halloween or Christmas as the park transforms into a hub of holiday activities. It is a magical sight and has something for everybody. At Christmas, it even has some mulled wine for the mums!

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Futuroscope (France)

Futuroscope is a theme park with a difference. It is like the theme park of the future. It has several 3D cinemas and even some 4D cinemas around the park, with lots of other attractions too. Not only do all of the park and attractions look like something out of a movie, but each of the attractions has a future theme too. It is perfect for people who are interested in science and the future.

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Port Aventura (Spain)

Port Aventura Park is located in the Port Aventura World Resort near Barcelona. The theme park has a really cool layout with five areas based on different civilizations – Mediterania, Far West, Mexico, China and Polynesia, allowing you to explore the world from just one place. There are rides and attractions suitable for everybody from toddlers to grown adults.

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Europa Park (Germany)

Europa Park is a theme park in Rust, Germany. It is actually run by a family who previously made circus wagons and rollercoasters! Fun fact! The park is based around a beautiful lake and has areas themed around places from all over the world including Austria, Iceland, Italy and Scandinavia amongst many others. One of the areas that I think looks super cool is Grimm’s Enchanted Forest which is based around different fairytales. This is another theme park where there is something for everybody!

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Efteling (Netherlands)

Efteling is a fantasy-themed amusement park in Kaatsheuvel. The attractions represent all things myths, legends, fables, and folklore. Both children and adults love it for different reasons. The adults tend to like the old-fashioned feel, whereas the children enjoy the rides and other attractions. One of the most loved attractions is the Haunted Castle. I wonder if you’d be brave enough to take a trip inside?

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Playmobil Funpark (Germany, France, Malta and Greece)

Everybody loves Playmobil when they’re a kid and the theme park is no exception. There are four of these parks in Europe and each one is fantastic. Rather than being full of rollercoasters and scary rides, the Playmobil park is centred around young children with climbing areas, treehouses and even goldmines where you can find real treasures! For those of you that are little fishes, there are water areas for splashing around in on hot days too.

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There are so many different theme parks to choose from in Europe. You’re bound to find one that suits you and your family. Whether you are thrill-seekers or prefer something a little calmer something on this list will jump out at you. Which one do you think you’ll visit first?