Top 5 Theme Parks in Belgium Review
Belgium is a small country located in northwest Europe. It is an original member of the European Union and has a population of approximately 11 million people. The two largest regions in Belgium are Flanders, where the main language is French, and the French speaking region of Wallonia. The capital of Belgium is Brussels. Belgium offers many things to do for people of all ages. There are several theme parks and one big festival in Belgium that offer a variety of activities for visitors and residents alike. Below we review the top theme parks in Belgium.
1. Carnival of Binche – The Carnival of Binche is a religious carnival that actually starts 49 days prior to Lent. People from all over the worldEurope visit the small town of Binche, Belgium to participate in the carnivals, parades, dances, eating, and various activities that make up the event. The main carnival activities take place on the three day preceding Lent; Fat Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
2. Bellewaerde Park – This park features fun for the entire family. There are activities and rides for the young and young at heart. For people who enjoy thrill rides and coasters there’s the Screaming Eagle, the Boomerang, and the Beetle. Bellewaerde Park also features a full zoo and kids park with rides for the little ones. Visitors can also enjoy the water park and cool off on a hot day.
3. Plopsaland – Plopsaland is one of the newest theme parks in Belgium and is themed after the popular Belgian and Dutch figures of Studio 100. The park opened in 2000 and is located near the town of De Panne on the coast. The park features 36 total rides.
4. Bobbejaanland Family Park – Bobbejaanland is named after the famous Flemish musician Bobbejaan Schoepen. The park is one of the most popular theme parks in Belgium and features over 50 rides and attractions.
5. Walibi Theme Park – First European park with a one price admission policy. Features seven roller coasters, more than 50 rides, and a water theme park. One of the biggest theme parks in Belgium.