It’s that time again – Legoland Germany Resort in Günzburg will open its doors soon. Just one more day until the start of the season on 6 April 2019.
Great things await in the various adventure worlds at the family and amusement park in Bavaria (this holds true for the little ones, but also for the bigger visitors…) ?
The team from Vienna House Easy Günzburg (Murat, Baris & Yvonne) is often there (#youngatheart) and they’ve picked out a few #hiddensecrets just for you.
Our fun scouts arrived half an hour early and got a great spot in the first row of the parking lot. So keep that in mind and make sure you give yourself enough time for breakfast. At 10:00 o’clock on the dot, the park opened its gates and off they went to the first stop of the day: MINILAND.
In MINILAND, you can marvel at several famous buildings made from a thousand small Lego bricks, including the Allianz Arena in Munich or the Frankfurt skyline. A special highlight here is the STAR WARS area, which was a big hit with the male members of the team, especially with Murat. ?
MINILAND: check! The next choice was a tough one, however: NINJAGO World, Lego CITY, IMAGINATION, Lego X-Treme, Knights’ Kingdom, Adventure Land, Pirate Land or Pharaohs’ Land.
The team opted for NINJAGO World and tried out the different rides and attractions like Jay’s Reaction Games, Cole’s Climbing Wall, Kai’s Spinners and, of course, Lego NINJAGO The Ride!
Lego NINJAGO The Ride pitted our team against the evil snake master. Balls of fire, bolts of lightning and fountains of ice went flying in all directions – really! Team member Baris was especially impressed by the 3D glasses and the many special effects. The whole team had fun and agreed that this is one of the park’s #hiddensecrets.
Next up was Knights’ Kingdom with not just one, but two rollercoasters: Fire Dragon and Dragon Hunt. Dragon Hunt is a good choice for kids who want to try out their first rollercoaster ride. ?
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After all that action, our team needed a breather. So the trio took the panorama train in the IMAGINATION theme area and climbed up the park’s observation tower. The view from up there is absolutely amazing!!
Murat has got another tip for you: the Gallery of Football Stars. ?
Here you’ll find the greatest legends from the history of association football made of thousands of colourful little Lego bricks. A real eyecatcher for soccer fans and yet another #hiddensecret.
This theme world was especially popular with Yvonne. Her insider tip for you: the Jungle X-pedition. Explore the rainforests of Legoland by boat as you move through dark caves, past serpents and carnivorous plants made from Lego bricks to reach the top of a volcano. From there it goes steeply downhill… ?
But no matter which theme world you choose, it certainly won’t be boring and so many rides and attractions are waiting! From LEGO Studios or Nintendo Zone to LEGOLAND Atlantis by SEA LIFE or Techno Tea Cups, good times and new discoveries are guaranteed. ?
One of the latest attractions is the Great LEGO Race. This is your opportunity to ride a Wild Mouse rollercoaster with VR glasses! The rapid race against the Lego figures is lots of fun – and not just for the little ones! ?
One day at Legoland is definitely not enough. Good thing that Vienna House Easy Günzburg is just a ten-minute drive away so you can relax from all the adventures in the hotel’s large beds. ?