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LEGOLAND Deutschland, Gunzburg

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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 spent three nights and two days at the Holiday Village (Feriendorf) staying in the King’s Castle and visiting Legoland Deutschland. Getting there: We arrived by train at the Bahnhof Günzburg and to...  more »
  • We went to Lego-Land on a Monday. We thought it would be better then going on a weekend. When we arrived we were in awe. It was really hot that day so we gravitated towards water rides. We only made i...  more »
  • The Feriendorf is enjoyable. There is a climbing frame where kids and adults can spend their time and energy, and of course some money... but it is worth. The camping ⛺️ place is ok and the sanitary f...  more »
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  • Great fun, very nice and clean, and most importantly there were hardly and lines! The kids could even do the same ride twice in a row if they wanted without having to go back in line and wait. The only thing I really didn't understand were the tiny parking spaces on the parking lot outside the park. Hardly any room for our car, so we ended up having to park at a corner far from the other cars, just in case.
  • A relatively inexpensive theme park. While mostly geared towards younger children, youths and adults will also find things of interest in the park. The park allows you to bring your own food/drinks making the visit all the more affordable.
  • Cool amusement Park. It is not huge but still one day is not enough. A good place for families with children. Starting from 5 years old children can enjoy almost all attractions. The park is always crowded but manageable. Sometimes you have to wait 30 minutes but if you're lucky you can find attractions that are almost empty. Food was not great and from my point of view prices are high. This may be subjective though. All in all is a place to visit at least twice.
  • A lot of attractions, suitable for kids between 6-15. Sometimes, the one song endless loop of some rides can be annoying (Flying Ninjago). Compared to other parks, this one is a little bit on the expensive side. Long waiting times are usual here, but can be avoided by paying extra (really expensive). Many food and drink locations open very late and on hot days there is are not enough places that offer shade.They are also just a few sitting possibilities and for sure not in the shade... Overall, I am missing the Lego creators spirit. For me, Lego is all about imagination, how to build great things. There is too much focus on existing Lego brands and attractions than on letting children build and play.
  • 5 stars from my 8 year old. Food was good. Queues in May to the main attractions were at about 25-30 mins. Not so many roller coaster but more diverse attractions. The pick-a-brick store very cool although each person is limited to 100g of lego bricks per day.