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Walibi Belgium, Wavre
(3.3/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
Get your thrills, wet or dry, at Walibi Belgium, a traditional amusement and water park. Although many of the roller coasters are on dry land, the entire park is built around bodies of water, so be ready to get wet. Store your belongings in a locker guarded by security at the check-in area so you can roam the rides unburdened. The water park provides changing rooms and showers, first aid, wheelchair rental, and even pet kennels. These amenities, as well as nearby lodging and restaurants, make your visit convenient and entertaining. Consider using a train to reach the attraction and avoid a parking fee. The Bierges-Walibi train station gives you direct access to the amusement park's entrance. A visit to Walibi Belgium represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Wavre vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We went to this park with your family for the halloween event. The park for its special days opens 10 hours to 23 hours. We let the time to enjoy the day. The Park is decorated in an incredible way for this party! The rates are very affordable: 39 euros entry. A good plan: taking them in advance on the internet, I have had places a 31.50 euros. Around 6 p.m., the Park comes alive version nightmare and the monsters are more numerous. There are horrific things that are created just for this period of halloween. Some are available for a fee. But haunted houses are great. For those who do not like the monsters, he can request a monster anti badge and no one comes to bother them. It is possible to eat on the Park and priced between six and ten euros. There are many attractions and there is something for all ages. For you decoiffer, I would recommend the werewolf or vampire (Russian assemblies). Another interesting point, the Park is located near Brussels. So it is possible to combine a walk in the Park on a weekend and a visit to the Belgian capital. We spend a great day and a great evening with the family.
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  • In Walibi is simply enjoy it each year during the Halloween period, each year large star and more impressive. This year there were no less than 8 haunted houses and scarezones "in the park, all of which were dealt with very high quality. Only minus is the expensive cost. So you should buy a ticket and on top of that even pay extra for most extra halloween attractions (3 to 6 euro per house), which makes it quite expensive. This year, the attraction Pulsar launched: a huge water coaster, unique in Europe. A nice addition to the park, but there would be some more attractions may recover to really compete with other theme parks. I'll give 4 "Tripadvisor-bulbs" because this year the end show (fireworks show) much less spectacular than the past few years.
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  • After 5 years without being here has Walibi I was a little worried to see mixed reviews of visitors. We arrived around 11:30 on Saturday, 30 October with our R.I.P. Pass for this day and evening Halloween Special. 15 minute wait to get the bracelet and the pass and finally we can roam the Park and go to attractions. Radja River, always fun flashbacks, Dalton terror, Cobra, Psyke, Vampire always thrilling, discovery of the exceptional Pulsar for my taste. A very friendly atmosphere the day and especially at night. The impression of having lived two different days, the haunted houses are very well made, the monsters through the park up to our expectations. Still a negative, the Blood Bar which is nice as much on experience on the idea brings absolutely nothing, 20 minutes to serve a drink to 6 people and goodbye, for once it was slower than a real dead alive. However always a smile to every attraction and other activities on the part of the staff. So yes the haunted houses are normally paid and the consequent tail, parking € 8 to other games on the inside also paying. But when we take two minutes to prepare for his day we are aware of all this. R.I.P pass gives access to 5 attractions without the tail + all free haunted houses and without queuing, is nearly an hour at each new attraction. A meal for € 8 per person with hot sandwich, chips and beer a waffle for about € 2.50 what seems honest. Note that around 9: 00 there was more that 5/10 minutes of waiting at the main attractions is the time to redo 2/3 before leaving the Park. Of course, my opinion is valued by RIP Pass that allows a different day to day or should always do the tail. A day which amounts to about € 200 for 2 all expenses included, the report is suitable for me. We will return without doubt France and our 5:30 drive to plan the same whole weekend in Wavre to go the next day to Brussels and Océade by focusing on this period and this advantage.
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  • One of best days in brussels. Totally worth it. So much amazing rides and other fun stuff to do. We were there on halloween season. So, it was so much cooler with the halloween theme. Place was packed on the sunday morning. But we never missed a ride. Top notch service and good food. A place that shouldn't be missed.
  • Looking at previous reviews not sure what people are complaining about my family and I have purchased yearly tickets for walibi at a reasonable price. We have never qued more than 30 minutes on very busy days, the park has plenty of toilet facility's, and really what do you expect on a holiday weekend with children on mid term break but que's, 10 out o f 10 for Walibi Belgium, as there is plenty for all ages including under 5's.
  • I guess if you can get into the attractions, it might be fun. Sunday 30th October, the crowds were immense. All main attractions with queues over one hour, 75-80 minutes being the norm for rollercoasters. Even the children didn't want to queue up that long for a one-minute thrill... The most disgusting about the queues is that for 45 euros per person, you can buy a ticket with which you can bypass those queues. So first pack the park with people, and then sell extra tickets for the wealthy and non-social, so that ordinary people stand in extreme lines. This principle alone deserves a boycott of the park, and should be forbidden by law. People are also smoking in the queues, even with children around. Too few toilets with such crowds, so it's a queue everywhere. The non-rollercoaster attractions had smaller queues, but they are old and need a lot of manual labour to verify each seat is properly locked, which means that even in the short queue you can wait more than half an hour! Bring these attractions into the modern era, please! There are also a lot of "services" for which you have to pay extra inside the park. Conclusion: Avoid a busy day, otherwise it'll be a rip off!
  • Good park but there are attractions not suitable for people bigger than 195 cm.
  • Lovely place to visit with something for everyone. I'm terrified of rides but my friends love them and I still had plenty to do. Reasonably priced and can easily spend a whole day here.