Unleash your inner child at top amusement parks around the world
The perfect blend of entertainment, fun and quality time with family and friends, amusement parks have it all.
Amusement parks are on the must-do list during every vacation destination. It is not only enjoyable to the children but for adults too, as one gets to travel back and relive their childhood memories. And who doesn’t want to do that, right?
Thus, below we give some of the top amusement parks in the world that will have you dreaming about your next fun-filled holiday.
- Universal Studios Japan
One of the largest theme parks in Japan, it has been modelled after its American locations and has Hollywood, New York and San Francisco zones. But that’s not all. An entire area is the park is dedicated to Hello Kitty, the Japanese cartoon character. From steamed buns themed like Hello Kitty to the little cat’s own cupcake ride, the park celebrates the country’s most prized cartoon grandly.
- Port Aventura in Salou, Spain
The largest theme park in Southern Europe, Port Aventura is based around five civilizations of Mexico, the Mediterranean, Polynesia, the Far West and China. It is divided into three parts, which are the Port Aventura Caribe Aquatic Park, Port Aventura Park, and Ferrari Land Park. The amusement park is also home to one of the tallest rides in the world, the Hurakan Condor, where you free-fall 86 meters from the top of a 115-meter tower, giving you a major adrenaline rush.
- Tivoli Gardens in Denmark
Tivoli Gardens was inaugurated in 1843 and is one of the world’s oldest operating theme parks. With over 4 million visitors every year, the park has the world’s highest carousel, Star Flyer. The ride offers splendid views of Denmark at a height of 80 meters. Witness their wooden rollercoaster, the Rutschebanen, where an operator manually breaks the ride to avoid it from going too fast.
- Walt Disney World in Florida
Florida has many theme parks, but the Walt Disney World is the largest amusement park in the world. With over 50 million visitors per year, it has six theme and water parks, 24 hotels and four golf courses. Swim, ride and play in their Typhoon Lagoon, the world’s biggest water park. Additionally, it is interesting to see the ongoing maintenance. You can spot employees continuously painting gold leaf on the parks antique carousel homes.
There you have it – top amusement parks in the world.