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Europa Park

Europa Park is the largest and most popular amusement Park and family entertainment in Germany near Freiburg. It is sometimes compared to the French “Disneyland”, and not in favor of the latter, though, because Freiburg is cheaper. In miniature “Europe” gets several European countries. Once here, you can “visit” Austria, UK, Germany, Holland, Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, Scandinavia and Russia, and Chocolate Land and the land of the Vikings. Near the German Boulevard romantic Palace Park: quiet, filled with a delightful floral aroma. Here is a castle defence – one of the oldest fortresses in Europe, built in 1442. In the Palace Park we should look closely to the old stumps; sometimes they turn into dwarves. Countries in Europa Park, as they are the most typical and unexpected features. In the Beautiful Italy is a Palazzo in Baroque style and the Venetian carnival; in Spain, the knights fighting with magic swords; in the Seventh heaven in France in the centre of a huge silver sphere, every hour starts Eurosat, carrying their passengers in rapid flight, when “the wind whistles, and the girlfriend screams” next – Kingdom of the Dinosaurs. Russia in Europa Park opens the GUM is called one of the stations of monorail. The main attraction, of course, a roller Coaster. Rolling with a 28-metre high by a huge mirrored towers, passengerapproot right in the center of the Russian countryside. Continue reading

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