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The Liseberg amusement Park

Landmark of Gothenburg, which is a must visit every tourist, caught up in this wonderful city in Sweden is the Liseberg amusement Park and the Museum of World culture. Travelling with children will not soon forget the enthusiasm and will appreciate this terrific tale – a Paradise for kids. However, not only children will love this amazing place for adults there is no less reason for enthusiasm. Because this Park annually accommodates more than 3 million tourists – its popularity cannot be overstated. All sorts of attractions for every taste, from gentle hills to extreme entertainment for visitors that love to tickle your nerves.

From the history of the Park

The cause of this attraction Sweden was the 300th anniversary of göteborg. To the celebration of celebrations in 1923 was founded the construction of Liseberg. Since then, the Park has been updated several times.

It owes its name to the wife of one rich man, whose property was formerly the territory of the present Park. A woman named Lisa, and she was seriously ill. Husband created for her a beautiful Park, and after the death of Lisa gave it to the city.

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“Europe-Park” and “Legoland”

The journey for the whole family in “Europe-Park” and “Legoland”

“Europa-Park” and “Legoland” – the famous German amusement parks, able to surprise both children and adults. Exciting games, amazing attractions, exciting workshops – all worth a visit! Group tour in Stuttgart with a visit to the amusement parks will be a real treat for the whole family and will bring lots of pleasant impressions! You will go on a walking tour of Stuttgart with sightseeing and travel arrangements for the day in “Europa Park” and “Legoland”.

The journey for the whole family in “Europe-Park” and “Legoland”

The duration of the main programme – 5 days/4 nights. Optionally, You can extend the tour for another 3 days and visit the Mercedes Benz Museum, the Porsche Museum or a factory outlet in Metzingen (optional excursions to be paid separately).

The tour program

Arrival in Stuttgart transfer to the selected hotel, accommodation and rest.

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5 of the most famous amusement parks in the world

The first Disneyland was opened on July 17 1955 in Anaheim (USA, California). This fabulous place was the embodiment of old dreams of Walt Disney, the Creator and inspirer of Disneyland – the Park recreates the world of favorite fairy tales and cartoons, the place in which it would be interesting for both children and adults. The Park is divided into 8 ‘countries’ (thematic areas), at the entrance to each of which the visitor with his head immersed in a themed environment, oblivious to the existence of another reality.

Later, in 1983, opened Disneyland in Tokyo, advantageously complemented by a theme Park Tokyo DisneySea.

1992 marked the Foundation of the largest in Europe amusement Park of Walt Disney in the suburbs of Paris. Here there are two theme parks: open to the delight of visitors in 1992, the Disneyland Park and Disney Olot Park Studio, which appeared 10 years later. Noteworthy entertainment, the Disney village, consisting of Nightclubs, discos, boutiques and restaurants.

The smallest and also the youngest of the disney theme parks was opened in 2005, Hong Kong Disneyland. Continue reading

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