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Visit the World's Best Amusement Parks
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A huge theme park located near Lake Garda in Northern Italy. The park has 56 fun and thrill rides and six roller coasters including Magic Mountain, Fuga da Atlantide and the famous Blue Tornado. Over 3 million visitors come to the park every year. Gardaland is opened from April through September and on top of activities for all ages it also has dancing, musical performances and theaters and film events.
With almost 15 million visitors every year it is quite clear that Disneyland needs no introduction. This huge amusement park is situated in the California city of Anaheim and includes three parts: Disneyland Park, which is the main one, Downtown Disney and Disney's California Adventure. There are endless attraction for children and adults of all ages and you can spend whole days within the area without repeating the same ride twice.
Tivoli Gardens is a Danish amusement park that was opened in Copenhagen in 1843. For over 150 years Tivoli has managed to change and improve without ever living its grand tradition and fascinating connection to the past. Apart from the park's unique rides including a wooden roller coaster built in 1914, Tivoli is a center of performing arts and many musical concerts, single artist performances and theater plays take part in its area.
While not one of the biggest amusement parks in the world, the Hopi Hari in Brazil is a fantastic experience and offers a unique insight of the Latin American culture. The park is located about less than an hour drive from Sao Paulo and has some attractions for almost any age. The park is also famous for having its own private language called Hopi Harian which has a surprisingly large vocabulary. The park is opened during summertime only.
In spite of its name, this incredibly popular park is not owned by Disney. The theme of the park, as hinted by its name is Nautical exploration and it is full of heart-testing rides, gorgeous constructions and interactive shows. Over 12 million tourist visit the DisneySea in Tokyo every year and while children will no doubt enjoy the different rides and games, there is plentiful of activities that target grownups. If you are travelling to Tokyo, you may also find our TourJapan.com site useful.
Everland Resort is a very popular South Korea amusement park. Alongside with the standard attractions - ride, shows and amusing exhibitions, Everland also has a water park named Caribbean Bay (which is not opened during the rainy season) and a fun zoo.