The PortAventura Theme Park.
Port Aventura, one of the world’s largest amusement parks, is divided into six themed areas, five of which are: the Mediterranean, Wild West, Mexico, China, Polynesia – exist for a long time, and the sixth, children’s, Sesamo Aventura, opened only in April of this year. That’s really what we are really lucky! It is in this part of the Park we spent the lion’s share of time.
Right from the main entrance to the Park starts the area of the Mediterranean. At the entrance – a huge number of souvenir shops and cafes. A large pond, over which passes a large part of Furius Baco is one of the fastest roller coasters in the world.
“Polynesia”. Here is the most interesting attraction – Tutuki Splash, – something like a water roller coaster. Boat with people climbing to the height of five-story building and then plummets down, raising a bunch of spray. But that’s not all. When the boat comes out on a flat surface and, seemingly, all the adventures for the riding in it is over, they collapse the water jets from water guns, to shoot from which costs 1 Euro per minute:). The other end of the Polynesian area is a huge swing KontikiWave and Marina “Polynesian pies”.
And then – Sesamo Aventura… for kids! Continue reading
The first theme (from FR. attraction – attractive) appeared in Europe, where during fairs and carnivals enterprising showman entertained the people. The first buildings were simple – swing Yes ice slides.
The first theme (from FR. attraction – attractive) appeared in Europe, where during fairs and carnivals enterprising showman entertained the people. The first buildings were simple – swing Yes ice slides. In 1583, in Denmark there was built a Park “Bakken”, which was the beginning of the history of stationary amusement parks. Russian scientist‑engineer in the XVIII century, invented a mechanical sliding mount, but industrial production has been established only in the next century. The first motorized roller coaster with rails and the thundering trucks appeared first in new York and then in Japan.
Opening in 1955, “Disneyland”, built on the money of Walt Disney – an event, a landmark for the entertainment industry. The founder had planned to make 180 acres of people have experienced an exciting journey through the magical land of famous cartoons. After the first successful project parks were opened across America.
In Europe Disneyland was opened only in 1992.
Izvestnyaki in Europe are Disneyland Paris and theme – “Asterix”, the Spanish “Port Aventura”, the German “Europa-Park” and the Italian “Gardaland” and “Mirabilandia”. Continue reading
As in Europe, in Asian countries there are many interesting theme parks, which will not be bored neither children nor adults. Parks of Asia all the time competing for the number and steepness of attractions, the diversity offered to tourists entertainment. Interesting. that Lotte world (Lotte World), the world’s largest amusement Park under the roof, is in Asia.
Lotte World – a cultural and entertainment center in Seoul, opened in the summer of 1989. This is a large, divided into two parts Park. One part of it is under a giant dome and is called “Adventure” and the other is located under the open sky called “Magic island”.
In addition to a large theme Park with over forty different rides for children and adults in Lotte World has ice rink, a beautiful lake, Conchango, plenty of cafes and restaurants, and even an ethnographic Museum. The stay here will be remembered for years to come, and here your children can conveniently store bought in many souvenir shops memorable toys.
The inner part of Lotte world is divided into separate zones, each of which represents different countries of the world. Outdoor “Magic island” are the highest attractions, and a beautiful castle and a beautiful lake.
Semipopular amusement Park Lotte World are Cairo-Swing and Cairo Drop. Continue reading