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LEGOLAND Deutschland, Gunzburg
(4/5 based on 2,600+ reviews on the web)
Feel like a kid again with more than 43 hectares (107 acres) of family fun attractions at LEGOLAND Deutschland. The adventure park, built almost entirely out of Legos, boasts dozens of rides and themed exhibits. Its Miniland is filled with Lego replicas of famous European landmarks. In the surrounding holiday village, you'll find accommodations and several options for dining and shopping. Fly in life-size Lego airplanes at the park's airport. Next, visit Legoland Atlantis, the park's Lego-constructed aquarium featuring more than 2,000 fish. For a full tour of the park, ride the Legoland Express. Put LEGOLAND Deutschland on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Gunzburg vacation builder.
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  • We reached the Park easily by car and, despite the large influx of crowds, buying tickets and parking online, we could quickly access the Park. The rides are the same as Gardaland, indeed, less spectacular, however the fact that seem made of lego makes them special. The outstanding part of the Park are many bricks reconstructions of the most famous sites in the world, so thorough as to leave open-mouthed adults and children. Curious lego factory reconstruction, cannot shirk from buying something and patience's prices are quite inflated. Lack of green areas and shady spots to stop and rest, the visit can therefore be grueling in the summertime. One day is enough to visit the entire Park and try most things
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  • The summer after the first time, I went back the last weekend of operation. The weather wasn't great but the sights were all open, even the aquatic ones, where the row was obviously zero. Some games were open partially with minimal row. The Park is beautiful, excellently maintained, suitable particularly for children aged 4-10 years. There are also attractions for adults but are not particularly thrilling. There is an area dedicated to children and the driving school that in addition to costing (euro 5) results in a 30-minute lesson in German. To avoid. Toys to buy costing almost like in the store and I haven't found anything that I hadn't already seen. The highlights however are pure magic for children and everything is done for them. Animals, people, things, all of Lego. The corner dedicated to Star Wars fanatics with the X-Wing life-size disappeared, shame because it was really nice. The miniature world of Lego is done excellently and the Council to see it at the end as the attractions close one hour before the Park although it lacks adequate lighting so in autumn with shorter days in the afternoon is not seen anymore. Could equip all of some lampposts. The strongest attraction is roller coaster but nothing particularly dangerous for those who have already attended other parks. There is the cinema 4 d. Funny, 15 minutes of laughter.
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  • Wonderful for the whole family. The staff were friendly and nice! Give you a discount if purchasing the annual pass for Legoland teaching your tickets to the Park, you get 20 euros per person and if you buy the Merlin passsale from 40 euros for the years complete. I bought the Merlin pass for all the parks of the company, Sea World included for 50 euros. Enjoy!
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  • Hands down the best theme park in the area. I love Lego and while all of the rides don't truly shout out Lego, they are still amazing. There is true variety in rides with rides for little kids as well as teens and adults. I did find the park to be too crowded during the summer with lines for certain rides taking up as much as an hour. This made the trip mildly annoying since we managed to get on all of the rides in the two days we spent there, but I guess that's what you can imagine would happen in a park like this. There are also numerous hotels in the area to choose from, which is always nice.
  • Do you like LEGO? If you do, you will definitely enjoy the park. Your kids will enjoy it as well. There are attractions suitable for younger kids (I would say from 4 yrs.) and also for the older ones. The food selection is nice but a bit over priced. The world monuments and cities assembled from lego are just beautiful. I was disappointed that there were no discounts in the LEGO store inside.
  • Great park especially with smaller kids. Attractions for the smallest some even where they can feel like a big kid by riding on their own. It can be very crowded but even then waiting lines vary from 15 to 30 minutes. We were pleasantly surprised about the food. At the grill restaurant they have table service. The food quality surpassed theme park quality by far.
  • Such a fun time for our kids. The rids are focused on the younger crowd. Food is reasonably priced. Unless it's on-sale, the Lego products for sale are just average priced. This is our second year with season passes and our kids love it more and more every time.
  • Fantastic! Some world-famous landmarks from around the world have been rebuilt in Lego in the heart of this park. Around this is a very nice entertainment park that even very young children can enjoy. Of course, it will inspire your kids to start building Lego, which is obviously available in several shop. The Lego factory, where you can learn how Lego is made, is a very nice addition.