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“went on the cheap night at end of season”
Review of Europark

Europark
Ranked #1 of 16 things to do in Vias
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed October 8, 2013

All rides were 2 euros (though they advertised it 1 & 2 euros/ride) Had an excellent night with lots of rides that were different from those that we had been on in the UK.
My son went on the sky ride which he rated as tremendous - though you wouldn't get me on it

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Reviewed September 9, 2013

We took our 20 month old to EUropark indoor on a rainy Saturday afternoon and it was noisy, busy and children everywhere! That said they.only charge for the child was 8 euros for as long as you wanted and there were things suitable for my daughters age. She particularly liked the slide and the ball pool, there were lots of soft play and smaller items she could climb over too. Would recommend with a toddler to fill a dull hour or two

1  Thank foxemma
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Reviewed August 27, 2013

It's not disney, but then it's not meant to be. It is a decent sized, if busy funfair with a good mix of traditional stalls (albeit with unfeasibly expensive prizes) , kids rides, gentle rides and utter white knuckle lunacy. Prices are good, the use of tokens means no rip offs. Plenty of food and drinks available and all in all good value for money (entry is free) with excellent all round family thrills and spills.

1  Thank TonyGlover
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Reviewed August 16, 2013

A permanent "Disney Style" outdoor amusement park that's open from 9pm until 2am. You cannot possibly get bored here, no matter what age you are. There are rides for 2 year olds and upwards.
One bit of advice would be to get €50 worth of tokens at the kiosk at the main door. You should get 60 tokens for that. At €4 per person for each ride, as there were 4 of us that's 3 rides each and a bit left over for other stuff. Otherwise you pay more for the rides. So with the extra 10 token the kids can get another ride on something on another day.

Don't try to do it all in one night. Pace yourself. It's a big place.

If you can walk to it, you should. Parking is in a huge "field" that's not well lit and is very dusty with youngsters in their souped up Clios doing handbrake turns all over the place.

And bring your own soft drinks or water as the vending machines are pricey.

3  Thank TallScotsGuy
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Reviewed July 31, 2013 via mobile

Glorified fair - expensive as you pay per ride

Reminded me of Blackpool Pleasure Beach (which I hate) without the drunk hen parties and kiss me quick hats

Europark had 2 great rides - a roller coaster with 2 loops and a corkscrew and a vertical drop type trapeze

I think my negativity for the place mainly stems from the visiting monster truck show which was naff and cost 50 euros (mugged!)

Wont be rushing back despite kids protestations

1  Thank MJH1
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