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Amusement Parks of the World

Amusement Parks of the World Photo

Photo by Joy S

Posted on November 21, 2011 in Trip Ideas

Though modern amusement parks may seem a little childish, the best of them offer attractions that even adults can enjoy. No matter your age – or your maturity level -- rollercoasters are good for your spirits. Iconic stalwarts like Six Flags have spawned imitations worldwide. Now, with the help of our members, you can strap in wherever you are.

  • Linnanmaki, Helsinki, Finland
    The home of a fifty-year-old coaster and Finnish cotton candy, Linnanmaki is the place for adventurous Scandinavians. If you want to get a view of Helsinki, take a ride on the massive ferris wheel.

  • Prater, Vienna, Austria
    Originally a hunting ground for Austrian royals, this park is the oldest in the world. For a chance to see fireworks, wait till the evening -- they put on a show every night.

  • Aussie World, Queensland, Australia
    We're guessing the naming committee wasn't flush with ideas. Regardless, there's a lot to see here, especially the aboriginal show.

  • Gardaland, Lake Garda, Italy
    Italy's answer to Disneyland is “more pleasant” than its better-known cousin. The grounds are clean, says Barb B, and the water rides help with the heat.

  • Vinpearl, Nha Trang, Vietnam
    A fixture on Hon Tre Island, Nha Trang is a fish-lover's dream. Not only does it offer a ton of seafood dishes, it boasts its very own aquarium.

More Things to Do in These Places
Things to Do in Australia
Things to Do in Italy
Things to Do in Vietnam

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