Amusement Parks and Theme Parks In Germany -- Part 2 of 3

Aug 14 18:10 2005 Marcus Hochstadt Print This Article

Would you like to dive into a complete different world to escape the everyday life? Then this 3-part report about our TOP German Amusement and Theme Parks might interest you...

To cut a long story short,Guest Posting here is Part 2 of my 3-part report, with the 4 remaining TOP German Amusement and Theme Parks.

And don't forget to visit http://www.smart-travel-germany.com/amusement-parks-and-theme-parks.html for further information, pictures, and last updates.

Legoland

This one is amazing too, as it reminds me on my childhood. Do you remember playing with Lego stones in your childhood? I played a lot! So, your kids (and you too) might like this park very much, I guess. The German version of Legoland is located in Guenzburg, between Ulm and Augsburg, South Germany. More than 50 million of the loved bricks were built into models like the head of Albert Einstein, the Neuschwanstein Castle, or the Venice Palace of the Doge. You even can put your own hand on and create your very own models. In addition, you find many other world-well-known buildings original-faithfully copied. Pure fascination.

Movie Park Germany (former "Warner Bros. Movie World")

"Today, you'll be in the movies." they introduce to their park. This film- and attraction park is located in Bottrop-Kirchhellen, between Duesseldorf and Dortmund, in the left middle of Germany. You will find 5 differently themed areas, like "Thrills" (e.g. roller coasters), "Family&Kids" and "Wonderland Studios" (e.g. cartoon stars, kiddie carousels), "Water Fun" (e.g. water rides like "Ice Age Adventure"), and the "Hollywood" section (e.g. "German Film Museum").

Freizeitland Geiselwind

Bavarian's leading Amusement Park offers a mix from nature park, play and maintenance offers, shows, driving attractions and special exhibitions. The area is clearly divided into an animal and a nature range, which pull themselves approximately around the facility, the action range (lays central) and a stage mile. This park is 400,000 sq.m. large, and located in Geiselwind between Nuernberg and Wuerzburg, south-middle of Germany.

Hansapark

Lift off! Fly skywards, higher and higher into the blue. Circle the sky on airy wings, faster than the seagulls above the sea. The earth is but a dot, everyday life is a distant memory. When adrenalin shoots into your blood and your stomach is invaded by butterflies, you know your aim: reaching for the stars! Yeah, that's the Hansapark, located in Sierksdorf by Luebeck at the East Sea, north Germany. Raise your arms in the air and feel as free as a bird. When you are a hardened roller coaster enthusiast, this Theme Park is a "must-visit" for you. Even though it's located in the "cold north", it is even hotter on its hair-blowing facilities.

So, that's the end of Part 2! In the last part I will reveal how you can save approx. 50% of your valuable time in such Amusement Parks.

Well, I wish you a lot of fun!

Marcus Hochstadt
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Marcus Hochstadt
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Marcus Hochstadt travels extensively to countries, continents and Germany itself as a sales manager and entrepreneur for more than 14 years. He knows in almost each German city the points of real interest. In his free monthly Special Report at http://www.smart-travel-germany.com/smart-travel-guide.html he reveals more valuable insider tips and travel secrets.

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