Theme parks are the place to go if you want a holiday that you will never forget and that has a sense of adventure.
The following are the top five amusement parks in Europe, with attractions ranging from kid-friendly teacup rides to high-speed roller coasters that will turn you upside down and around in circles.
The first Legoland was in Denmark, and Legoland® Windsor is the second one. It opened in 1996, but it is still a standard theme park.
PortAventura World is a beach holiday and theme park all in one. It is just an hour and 15 minutes by train from Barcelona along the sunny coast of Spain.
Thorpe Park is an hour by car or train from the center of London. It is home to "Stealth," the UK's fastest roller coaster, as well as other record-breaking rides, interactive experiences, and events.
Disneyland Paris is one of the world’s most visited theme parks – and for good reason
Parque Warner is a vivid theme park just outside Madrid that brings to life the magic of Warner Bros Studios, from Spanish-speaking Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny to themed areas that include the “Old West Territory