"Croatian Gardaland" Opens in Biograd

By , 15 Jul 2017, 16:08 PM Lifestyle
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Fun Park Mirnovec is the first theme park of its kind in the region

Fun Park Mirnovec, nicknamed the Croatian Gardaland, opened its doors to the public in Biograd na Moru yesterday, journal.hr reports.

The 45,000 m2 area contains 24 attractions divided into three sections - Pirate Town, Wild West, and Space.

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This is the first theme fun park in Croatia for children and adults, worth EUR 14 million, the design of which is based on the world's most famous adrenaline centres in the world. It is open every day 3 - 11 p.m.

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Slides, swings, circular rides, pendulum rides, trains, bumper cars, cliffhangers - are just a few of the many amusement rides visitors of all ages will be able to enjoy at Fun Park Mirnovec. In addition to the rides, various entertainers, such as stand-up comedians, jugglers, and magicians, will be there to make your day at Croatian Gardaland as entertaining as possible.


Fun Park Mirnovec, Facebook

The HRK 100-120 can be bought here.

Find out more at Fun Park Mirnovec website and Facebook page.

Watch the promo video below:

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