Phantasialand: The irregularities and irritations of one of Europe's best parks

SirDossa

TS Member
Im heading out to Phantasialand for the first time next month and this thread has been very helpful.

Do anyone have any more advice for first time visitors? Im visiting Tues 18-Wed19th of Oct.
Is the park likely to be busy? And what does busy mean in terms of wait times?

I'm staying offsite at the H+.

Thanks.
Hey! I'm also visiting for the first time next month from Tues 11th Oct- 13th Oct so will let you know how busy it is. I'm hoping it should be relatively calm, can't wait to finally get on Taron et all. Third time lucky with this trip so hope it all goes well.
 

Bunny Munro

TS Member
Hey! I'm also visiting for the first time next month from Tues 11th Oct- 13th Oct so will let you know how busy it is. I'm hoping it should be relatively calm, can't wait to finally get on Taron et all. Third time lucky with this trip so hope it all goes well.
Fantastic! Have a great time.
 

IDB

TS Member
We didn’t have too many “irregularities and irritations” during our visit.

When we booked Hotel Charles Lindbergh we sent them a message with regards to the bank transfer and they replied with a link allowing us to pay via credit card.

The lack being allowed to re-ride was an annoyance. We asked on Black Mamba and the staff made us “pretend” we were leaving the station as the last guests before letting us back on so no-one else saw.

Fly allowed me to ride wearing glasses with a strap without any issues which was a positive.

The ride does though given Zadra a run for its money for the longest queue line going. 1.5km I was told by an employee. I was tempted to jump the barrier at the bottom of the hotel guest entrance.

Presuming the portocabin toilets on the right walking towards Wuze Town are a temporary measure? The only lack of theming I encountered in the whole park.

The Wakabato boat ride in this area was also pretty pointless with no water effects working. That area feels a bit lost and on it’s own (a bit like the top level of Wuze Town)

The whole China Town area is also pretty pointless with no stand out attraction and two rides that equate to 30 mins of my life I will never get back.
 

Dave

TS Founding Member
We didn’t have too many “irregularities and irritations” during our visit.

When we booked Hotel Charles Lindbergh we sent them a message with regards to the bank transfer and they replied with a link allowing us to pay via credit card.

The lack being allowed to re-ride was an annoyance. We asked on Black Mamba and the staff made us “pretend” we were leaving the station as the last guests before letting us back on so no-one else saw.

Fly allowed me to ride wearing glasses with a strap without any issues which was a positive.

The ride does though given Zadra a run for its money for the longest queue line going. 1.5km I was told by an employee. I was tempted to jump the barrier at the bottom of the hotel guest entrance.

Presuming the portocabin toilets on the right walking towards Wuze Town are a temporary measure? The only lack of theming I encountered in the whole park.

The Wakabato boat ride in this area was also pretty pointless with no water effects working. That area feels a bit lost and on it’s own (a bit like the top level of Wuze Town)

The whole China Town area is also pretty pointless with no stand out attraction and two rides that equate to 30 mins of my life I will never get back.

The boat ride is up against the local housing so they can’t have any noise from the area. On a Sunday they close that part of the park, it’s all very weird.
 
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