Impressions of Energylandia by Kevin
Our friend from Spain, Kevin, visited the largest amusement park in Poland with us. He agreed to share his thoughts.
Excitement on rollercoasters
My trip to Energylandia was a lot of fun, because, to tell you the truth, even though it’s a children’s park, we adults had just as much fun or even better.
As soon as you arrive you find “Hyperion”, which has a drop of more than 80 meters, impressive (I rode it three times in a row).
This is the one with the biggest drop, but there are others with different emotions, such as “Zadra” or “Formula” that do not leave you indifferent.
As I like strong emotions, with those three I had enough, but I rode many others just as interesting, with water, with 3D effects…
The park is well organized, everything is relatively close and designed to manage crowds. You also have several lockers where you can store your belongings while you go on the rides. Lots of places to eat and drink, different types of food and drinks and of course lots of stores where you can buy merchandising and cool stuff.
Definitely a must do in Krakow if you have time, one of the best amusement parks in Europe. I recommend going during the week, there was practically no queue for the attractions.