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If you’re chasing adrenaline and big thrills, but you’ve also got the little ones tagging along on your holiday, then there is only one way to combine the two. And that is through theme parks.  There is no feeling comparable to plummeting towards the ground whilst knowing you’re secured in the ride. The best thing about incorporating theme parks into your family vacation is that there really is something for everyone, and no matter what corner of the world you’re in, you can bet there’s a fun theme park just waiting for you to step inside.

If you’re on a mission to cross the best theme parks off your list, you’ll need to know where to go! Luckily for you, we have the answers. In fact, we’ve compiled a bucket list of theme parks just for you.

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Disney World - Orlando, USA

If you’re wanting the best of the best in terms of global theme parks but not wanting to leave the country, you’re in luck. America is home to one of the best - Disney World.   Boasting as the happiest place on earth, this is the world-renowned home of magic and all things Disney, just like its sister park of Disneyland in California. The main point of attraction for Disney World is the storytelling and the escape it provides into these fantasy worlds. It’s definitely worth a visit if you’re traveling with kids and want to make it a trip to remember! Just remember that Disney World is a whole lot larger than Disneyland so you could easily spend a week there visiting and still not see everything.

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Universal Studios - Hollywood, USA

A close second to the Disney parks is Universal Studios. If action is what you’re chasing, then Universal is the place to go. With a movie studio, scary theme park rides, shops, cinemas and 3D experiences, there really is more than enough to do here. A highlight of universal studios is the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, where muggles like yourself can truly experience the wonder and awe of the magical world.

Wet’n’Wild and Dreamworld - Gold Coast, Australia

If you ever find yourself Down Under, then you’ve hit the jackpot. Located on the sunny Gold Coast is a hub of theme parks; Wet’n’Wild, Dreamworld, Movie World and Sea World. It depends what you’re after as to which you’d most likely prefer. Wet’n’Wild  is the perfect way to cool down in the Australian summer, with every ride centered around a combination of water and thrills. However, if you’re not crazy about getting soaking wet and walking around in your bathing suit from ride to ride, then you’d probably prefer Dreamworld.

Dreamworld is home to nine big thrill rides, a tiger world and a ton of family friendly rides too! If you’re chasing rides that will get the adrenaline pumping through your veins then this is the theme park of your dreams.

The Tivoli - Copenhagen, Denmark

The Tivoli has been operating since 1843 and is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world, making it a must see for anyone seeking thrills. The Tivoli provides a well-rounded experience, with every ride fitting the magical theme of the park. If rides aren’t your cup of tea, there’s also open-air concerts at the Tivoli Concert Hall that puts on musicals and Halloween, Christmas and New Year events depending on the time of year. With accommodation within walking distance, there’s no excuse for not immersing yourself into the wonderful world of the Tivoli and embracing all it has to offer.

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PortAventura Park - Salou, Spain

Another European treasure in the theme park world is PortAventura in Spain. This park is a combination of a variety of worlds, letting you experience a number of cultures all in one place; Mexico, China, Polynesia and many more. It’s located on the Costa Dorada, one of the main holiday destinations in Spain due to its picturesque beach views and amazing weather. What’s not to love?

So, when you’re planning your next family vacation and wondering where to go, why not start crossing off some of these amazing places off your theme park bucket list? You’re sure to have a fun time!

 

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