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    • killzusall
    • By killzusall 8th May 18, 9:05 PM
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    Germany theme parks
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    Germany theme parks 8th May 18 at 9:05 PM
    We are driving over to Germany to take the children to 2 of the theme parks over there and wondered if anyone knew the best/cheapest way to purchase tickets please?

    They are Europa Park and Phantasialand

    Thank you.
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    • Backbiter
    • By Backbiter 8th May 18, 10:44 PM
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    I'd be surprised if you can find cheaper than buying direct. There are a few options and offers here:

    It's an excellent theme park. Not been to Europa-Park, but it seems to have won numerous awards in recent years.
    • QuackQuackOops
    • By QuackQuackOops 28th Sep 18, 8:56 AM
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    You have been and gone by now....wonder if you thought the same as us about Europa Park.

    In our estimation, Europa Park is the niceest theme park we have ever been to. It is better than most stand alone parks in Florida.
    The asthetics are absolutely gorgeous, with every nook and cranny neat, tidy and interesting.
    There is something for everyone.
    Its jam packed full of rides, shows, events, displays, interesting things, and relaxation spots.
    The food is very well priced, and decent....plenty to choose from.
    Our kids loved the nougat waffers for 35 cents as a little treat.

    It has trains, monorails, a silver epcot centre tyoe ball, boats galore.....
    The hotels are out of this world. Amazing.

    We went for 2 full days and didnt see all of it.
    Cant praise it enough. A Million times better than Disney in Paris, who really need to contact Europa Park for some tips.
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