Walibi Holland Experience

Finally done with my thesis!

Last week I handed in my thesis (huuuuray). Thus, I am back on the track with exploring what Holland has to offer. A couple of days ago I was taken to Walibi Holland. Wow, a full day of roller coasters, spinning, water attractions and so much fun and adrenaline! That was unforgettable experience, for sure! For these reasons, I would strongly recommend everyone living or visiting Holland to go there, at least for one afternoon to feel like 10 year-old-kid once again (like me in the picture below)!

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About Walibi Holland

Walibi Holland is a theme park located in Biddinghuizen, the Netherlands. It has a lot of attractions for kids, teenages and adults – the Speed of Sound, El Condor or Robin Hood roller coasters. It’s my second theme park I visited in Holland. Do you remember my visit to Efteling?

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Walibi seen from one of the tallest wheel
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The view of Walibi from above
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Beautiful view of Walibi

 

Walibi is all about roller coasters, lots of them. Most of them are great. The park itself is also very nice with lots of trees.

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The food is adequate but don’t expect anything special or memorable (it’s good to pack your own sandwiches and drinks).

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If you’re with small kids, you’ll probably have a little problem because though there is a small section for little kids it is quite small.

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Walibi train

 

The main target group for Walibi Holland seems to be teens: thrill rides, loud music everywhere and and lots of teen fun. If you’re into that, you’ll have a great time.

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 Location

SPIJKWEG 30
8256 RJ BIDDINGHUIZEN
+31 (0)321 32 99 99
[email protected]

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Walibi park guide

 

Ticket prices and more info 

Ticket prices vary from 37 euro to 45 euro for single entry. The park is open from Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00, but to make sure check out the official website of Walibi Holland.

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Would you like to visit Walibi Holland?

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