The best amusement parks in Europe

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The Efteling (Netherlands): The Efteling is well-known in The Netherlands and Belgium, but it is also increasingly visited by distant travelers.

Europa Park (Germany): Europa Park has over a hundred attractions and dozens of shows to discover. It's perfect place for action fans with fast roller coasters like the Blue Fire mega rollercoaster.

Chessington World of Adventures (England): This park near London offers a wild adventure with an Asian-inspired atmosphere. It is an atypical amusement park with forty attractions and a huge zoo.

Walt Disney Studios (France): Walt Disney Studios is a theme park ten minutes away from Disneyland Paris. It welcomed more than five million visitors in 2019 and is therefore ranked fourth in Europe. 

Tivoli Gardens (Denmark): Also known as Tivoli Gardens, this park is located in the heart of Copenhagen. The green amusement park has one of the oldest rollercoasters in Europe.

Thorpe Park (England): Thorpe Park has the UK's fastest roller coaster, the Stealth. The park is well-known, even amongst the British royal family. 

Gardaland (Italy): In 2018, Gardaland Park received almost three million visitors. It is the eighth-most visited park in Europe.For adventurers, Gardaland has the Raptor, Blue Tornado, Magic Mountain.

Disneyland Paris (France): Based on numbers before the coronavirus pandemic, Disneyland Paris was the most visited European theme park per year. A local branch of the Disney chain, it opened in 1992.

Liseberg (Sweden): Liseberg Amusement Park is Sweden's most visited amusement park. It is also the largest in all of Europe. In terms of visitor numbers, Liseberg comes in seventh place.

Legoland Windsor (England): Anyone who likes Lego bricks should visit this park once. There are also exciting attractions for those who want more than Lego, such as The Haunted House Monster Party.

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