Phantasialand, which is located in Brühl, Germany, has become a popular favorite among theme park fans. For one, Phantasialand easily makes it to the list of themed parks that nailed the theming it was after. To add to this, it is also home to some of the most thrilling roller coaster rides in the world, such as Taron and F.L.Y., a roller coaster that goes through a hotel.
Yes, you read that right.
Phantasialand Attractions That are for the Faint-of-Heart
All of these can seem very intimidating to those with a fear of roller coasters and those who easily experience motion sickness. However, thrills and looped roller coasters are not the only things that Phantasialand has to offer. In fact, it has a number of attractions that are friendlier to the faint-of-heart.
Here are some of them:
Das verrückte Hotel Tartüff
Fun houses might not be rides, but they are fun attractions that are worth the visit anyways. Phantasialand has its own in the Berlin area of the park, and it is known as Das verrückte Hotel Tartüff.
With 27 specially designed rooms, guests won't experience any shortage of fun and even laughter as they go through this attraction.
Can't handle roller coasters but can handle the dark? Well, Geister Rikscha might be just the attraction for you.
Found in the China Town area of Phantasialand, Geister Rikscha is a dark ride that takes you on a Chinese mythology-themed journey. According to theme park's official website, this attraction happens to be Europe's longest underground ghost train.
Related Article: Must Visit: Most Spectacular Theme Parks In America
Mas Au Chocolat
Interactive 3D rides have always been entertaining attractions for whole families and those who are not thrill seekers. In Phantasialand, those in search for this kind of attractions should look for Mas Au Chocolat.
Located in the Berlin area, Mas Au Chocolat takes guests on a journey through a cake factory. The goal of the guests is stop a group of mice from getting to the sweet treats.
No theme park or amusement park is really ever complete without a merry-go-round. The Pferdekarussell, which is located in Phantasialand's Berlin area, is its version of this iconic attraction. However, what sets it apart is that it is Europe's largest two-storey merry-go-round, according to Phantasialand.
How Much are Tickets for Phantasialand
Ticket prices for Phantasialand vary depending on the age of the guest. Tickets for children aged four years old to 11 years old range from €44.00 to €51.00 (approximately $47 to $55). For guests aged 12 years old and above, ticket prices range from €54.00 to €61.00 (approximately $58 to $65).
Tickets for seniors aged 60 years old and above are priced the same as children's tickets. Infants under the age of the four are free admission, but it is required to present an ID or a copy of a birth certificate.
© 2023 Travelers Today. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.