Efteling Theme Park Admission Ticket

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What to do in Holland? Visit Efteling theme park with exciting attractions and fairytales for a great day out. The best Holland theme parks. Head west of Amsterdam for a great day at Efteling, the Netherlands’ largest theme park, if you’re searching for thrilling rollercoasters, fascinating attractions, and magnificent shows. Bring the whole family and share this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Highlights

  • A theme park with exciting attractions and fairytales
  • Gentle rides and attractions for the little ones
  • Haunted houses and roller coasters like Baron 1898 for the older ones
  • Only 1 hour and 15 minutes from Amsterdam

Efteling Theme Park Admission Ticket

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On this family outing, spend quality time with your loved ones. With your day entry ticket, you’ll enter a magical world full of fantastic tales, delicious dreams, and high-speed adventures.

Droomvlucht is a dark trip that takes you into the beautiful world of fairies. Gather around for the thrilling Raveleijn park entertainment, which features stunt horse riders and a fire-breathing monster. End your day with a bang at Aquanura, Europe’s largest water display.

The small ones will scamper gleefully in the Fairytale Forest and celebrate Carnaval Festival all over the world. They’ll sing and dance along to the live music, have limitless fun on the kiddie rides, and flee from dragons and ghosts on thrilling rollercoasters.

The diving coaster Baron 1898 offers the chance to take sail on a roaring sea aboard the mythical ghost ship De Vliegende Hollander and to rocket straight into a deep mineshaft at 90 kilometers per hour.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Amsterdam

Amsterdam is not that expensive and you can fit a full day in the city, including meals, attractions, and transport within $100 per person. More info in our post about travel budget.

Amsterdam is rich in history and culture and has dozens of attractions and landmarks to see and many things to do. You can see general info in this post, some more info here, and the proposed itinerary in this post.

Anything from one full day is good enough for Amsterdam. You can see many things during a day visit, but we recommend a minimum of two days and ideally three full days in order to see everything that is a must-see in Amsterdam.

Your lodging decision should depend on several things: your budget, your preferences, and what you want to do while you are in Amsterdam. Whatever your needs are, Amsterdam is surely capable of fulfilling them, since it is very developed in the hospitality sector. More info in our post about lodging tips.

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Cheap flights calendar for Amsterdam

The peak season for flights to Amsterdam is March, November and December.

The low season for purchasing tickets is May, June and July.

Amsterdam is served by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Direct flights to Amsterdam are offered by 76 airlines. Most flights are with KLM. Direct flights from Amsterdam, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Norwegian Air Shuttle and KLM from New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Minneapolis.

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Last Updated on December 18, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com