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Alpine rafting at Ravensburger Spieleland
Tripsdrill: Altitude flight in the theme park Ulm old town

Thrills, spills and rollercoaster rides – the exciting world of theme parks

Whether you're looking for action-packed holiday fun or a break from your everyday routine, Germany's theme parks offer variety in abundance and are a popular destination for families with children. With over one hundred to choose from, the hardest part is knowing which to visit first! And with countless new attractions being added every year, you'll want to return time and time again.

One thing's for sure: when you visit a theme park, you're looking for a fun-packed day out! Germany's theme parks offer unforgettable moments, amazing adventures and white-knuckle excitement. Brave the big-thrill rides and feel the exhilaration of flying through the air! The sky's the limit! Have you ever looped the loop on a rollercoaster travelling 120 km/h, plummeted from a great height in a freefall tower or had a ride in a washtub boat with the little ones? If not, what are you waiting for? Germany's theme parks offer boundless fun and adventure for all the family. Many have so much to see and do that you can easily spend several days there. Some also have themed accommodation, which usually offers something a little bit different to your average hotel. You can book into a treehouse, for example, a tepee, or accommodation inspired by everything from Africa to pirates, turning your stay into a real adventure! More and more theme parks are now open in winter as well. You'll discover enchanting snowy landscapes packed with Christmas decorations and festive shows that capture the magic of the season. Sledding and ice-skating, romantic Christmas markets and warming yuletide treats – from glühwein and bratwurst to German Christmas cookies – round off the winter experience.

There almost aren't enough superlatives to describe Heide Park Resort, which opened in 1978. Set within a beautiful landscaped park near Soltau in Lüneburg Heath, this is one of Germany's biggest theme parks. read more »

Families can look forward to a very special welcome at Skyline Park, situated in Bad Wörishofen, Bavaria, at the gateway to the Allgäu region. Conveniently located on the A96, this beautiful 20-hectare theme park has over 60 attractions and rides offering hours of fun for all. read more »

This lovely family theme park in Kappel-Grafenhausen, near the French border, offers a varied range of fun activities and attractions for families with children aged two to ten. read more »

Tolk-Schau family theme park, located just outside Schleswig on the Baltic Sea, is Germany's most northerly leisure park. With its animal enclosures, giant play areas and numerous rides and fun attractions, it is a real hit among families with young children. read more »

Ibbenbüren summer toboggan park is a popular destination for family days out, located in the beautiful Teutoburg Forest. But there's more than just a toboggan run here – there's a fairytale forest too! read more »

At this 60-hectare wildlife and leisure park, located in the wine village of Klotten near Cochem on the Moselle, the whole family can enjoy rides and attractions, fun and excitement and the wonders of the nature. read more »

Bayern Park is a vast all-weather paradise with over 80 attractions for the whole family. It is located in Reisbach in the southern part of Lower Bavaria between the spa resorts of Bad Füssing, Bad Griesbach and Bad Birnbach. read more »

Bubenheimer Spieleland, located in Nörvenich between Cologne and Aachen, is a popular all-weather activity park for families with children. Just as Pippi Longstocking once said, "I make my world the way I like it!" read more »

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