Skip The Lines – Bring The Amusement Park Right To Your Own Back Yard

There’s no shortage of things to do in Atlanta. From professional sports to amusement parks, there’s something for everyone. In fact, Atlanta is proud to house some of the nations largest amusement attractions, including the ever popular Six Flags Over Georgia. Children (and adults) love the thrill and adrenaline rush of the large roller coasters. However, one thing most people don’t like about amusement parks is the long lines. By the time it’s all said and done, you can spend several hundred dollars for your family to have an afternoon of fun, and only get a few rides in. This year, instead of spending the day waiting in long lines for short rides, why not bring the fun right to your back yard? With today’s technology, you can literally do just that! One of the advantages of living in a large city like Atlanta is that we have large rental companies that can make your special event feel just like a trip to Six Flags… complete with a train and an ice cream cart!

If you’re trying to replicate the amusement park feel, there are definitely specific items that you’ll want to be on the lookout for. As mentioned previously, ice cream carts and trackless trains help make the special event feel more like a day at Six Flags.

In order to make your next special event more special, try some of the following tips:

  • Head online to do some research on the party rental company that has the selection your looking for. If you want an ice cream cart to complete your theme park adventure, look around until you find what you’re looking for.
  • Don’t settle for the first website you see. There are literally hundreds of inflatable party rental companies in Atlanta. Keep looking for a website that offers a wide variety of rental items that you’re looking for.
  • It’s better to rent everything from one company. Renting in bulk can help you save money. Larger companies will offer discounts for larger purchases of multiple units and rental items.

Having a day of amusement park fun is cheaper and easier than ever before. By bringing the amusement park to your front door by using a party rental industry, you can include more people at a lower price. So next time you’re planning a special day, instead of spending tons of money for just a few people and braving the long lines of amusement parks, invite the whole neighborhood and bring the amusement park right to your own back yard!

Amusement Parks and Theme Parks In Germany — Part 1 of 3

As we get spring here in Germany and the
temperature goes up, our Amusement Parks and Theme Parks
opened their doors. (Some are open for a few
weeks in the winter season as well, but most not)
A&T Parks in German definition means, take
an entire day and have a lot of fun :-)

From the idyllic wildlife park with
domestic animals up to the safari-tour through
a lion preserve, and from the contemplative visit
in the fairy tale country up to the terrific ride
with the Mega Roller Coaster. They offer fun
and maintenance for the whole family.

Pay one entrance fee and enjoy whatever you like.
Okay, you still have to pay for some events,
but most attractions are free after you paid the
entrance fee, which varies from 10 to 30 EUR.

In this 3-part report I will let you know about
our 7 biggest Theme Parks in Germany. In addition, I will
reveal 5 easy steps on how to
save approx. 50% of your valuable “amusement-park-time,” so that
you can visit a lot more attractions.

And before we get started, I recommend visiting www.smart-travel-germany.com/amusement-parks-and-theme-parks.html
to gain further information, and the web addresses of all
parks mentioned here.

Okay, let’s go!

Europa-Park

It’s the biggest one in Germany and located in
Rust (between Freiburg and Offenburg), in
South Germany. It has extravagantly arranged
European ranges of topics. This facility in the
Black Forest has varied driving attractions,
color-magnificent shows and the “6 land worlds”.
It’s a popular trip goal for visitors from the
whole world. The Amusement Park lies in the 550 years old
facility of the Balthasar castle and is considered
today as one of the most beautiful Theme Parks world-wide.
The park received also different honors.

Phantasialand

This one is located in Bruehl by Cologne, in the
middle-west of Germany. Heck, I was more than 15 times
in this park. It was built in 1967 as a fairytale
park. Since then, one year hardly passes, in which
the park does not offer new attractions. In 1972
the range of topics old Berlin were inaugurated,
which modelled on the flair of the capital in the
20′s and 30′s. Also the first landmark of the
Phantasialand was developed, the Brandenburg Gate,
on a scale of 1:2. The facility can be characterized
as a large leisure park with many extravagant
arranged ranges of topics, show attractions and
rapid driving offers. One of their roller coasters was even opened by Michael Jackson! (Yes, really!) The best possibility to get an
overview of the park is a trip with the
“Phantasialand Jet”. It’s a Jet which drives in a
height of approx. 10m (33ft) above the ground, and
its way leads nearly across the entire area. I
strongly recommend driving this Jet *before* you
even go onto any other attraction!

Heide Park

This one is just amazing! It’s located in Soltau
in the “Lueneburger Heide”, between Hamburg and
Hannover, in North Germany. It is the largest Amusement Park
of North Germany (850,000 square meters!). It has
more than 50 attractions. The park is scenically,
and its maintained facilities are brilliant. In a
wildlife park you can observe in a nature-left and
kind-fair environment over 200 native animals. These
animals are described as the “real stars of the show”.
By the way, the Heide Park has the biggest wood
roller coaster of the world!

So, that’s it for now! Look forward to the second part
of my 3-part report. In it I will let you know about
the 4 remaining Theme Parks, and about how you can save
approx. 50% of your valuable time in such parks.

Well, I wish you a lot of fun!

Marcus Hochstadt

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