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The biggest amusement park in Greece is just a short distance from the city center and is a most beloved entertainment option for all ages with a big variety of rides, games and happenings throughout the year in a beautiful green environment.
Park has 2 sections: for kids and adults. Kids can enjoy in Kidom park and even some atractions in section for adults if they have high limit which is usually 140-150 cm or age restriction.
For adults is possible to visit The House of Fear...More
Yesterday, we went to this fun park. As we read in the people’s opinions, we would expect such a great evening in this park, because, as they say, it’s amazing. No, it wasn’t amazing. It’s impossible to be amazing, it’s such a horrible place, because...More
Paying expensive for an entrance but once inside the other half of the attractions is to pay for. Above all foreigners get discriminated because of promotions given to Greeks on the webshop. These are not available for foreigners. Small children have no access to 3/4...More
It is more likely that you will enjoy more the place with the 23.5 euro bracelet that includes a hot dog (really good one) close by the wheel. Or a burger from Everest shop...There is no other place to rest for the poor parents who...More
We arrived on a Thursday July evening by Taxi, booked through the Beat app.
Entry to the park is free and you pay per ride or get an unlimited entry pass, we spend most of our time on the side for bigger kids/ teenagers. We...More
It’s a bit of a retro theme park. Nothing fancy but it serves the purpose. It’s not Disney at the end of the day. Just make sure that you get the right day pass. We were lucky enough as the tickets guy spoke good English...More
Well what can be said about this joint.Athens has very few places that are kids friendly and this is the reason that this place is not closed for renovation,together with the reason that 5 million people have to go somewhere.On our last visit we could...More
This depends on how many rides you take, initial entry to the park is free. Each ride cost roughly €4 per ride per person, but there are several Daily Passes for unlimited rides! We went with 2 kids 7 and 10 and choose the... More
This depends on how many rides you take, initial entry to the park is free. Each ride cost roughly €4 per ride per person, but there are several Daily Passes for unlimited rides! We went with 2 kids 7 and 10 and choose the Fun Park 7 rides pass:
La Isla - Tree log water slide
Panorama - Ferris wheel
Big Apple - kids rollercoaster
Shock & Drop
Price: 12€ / PP
Check the website it’s in English