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The whole family loved it, there are attractions for all ages, rollercoasters, carousel, the flying chairs, flying cars, and so much more.
The park is great, I mean it’s not Disney World, but still great, you’ll have fun, but don’t expect Disney’s standard. It’s a...More
Blown away by this park, I travelled from Edinburgh to Hamburg in mid-May, on a Thursday and made a day trip here via train using the ticket kombi option. I handed in my train ticket and was given my park ticket, very easy and reasonable...More
It's a nice well cared fun park with really cool roller coasters and a lot of different options for all ages.
The restaurant in the wild west area was super fast and they have a great veggie burger with fries (things not common in parks!)
This was a cute park with themed areas. Would be perfect for smaller children - lots of things to see and do for them - but also has scary rollercoasters for the adrenaline rush seekers. In june there weren't many visitors so we didn't have...More
We visited Hansa Park for the second time during the Halloween season. When it got dark the whole place turned in to a other world with all the decorations and lights. Very impressive! The kids had a good time, when riding the coasters in the...More
Is everything you'd want in a theme park. A friendly and welcoming park, where you get a sense that the park cares about you....... and you in return care about it!
The park is deceptive in how much there is to do - there's plenty...More
Incredible themepark with plenty of rides and attractions. Something for all the family with high thrill roller coasters to pleasant family and kids rides. The park was spotless with a great selection of reasonably priced food and drink. The park is well maintained and the...More
It's been a while since we've been at hansa park and we really like the new rides! The two big medieval ones are a bit scary, especially if you sit first row and drop in a 90 degree angle but it's so much fun!
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You can catch the Train from Hamburg to Lübeck and than take the regional Train (RB85?) from Lübeck with direction Neustadt and/or Puttgarden. There is a Train Station in Sierksdorf and from there it's a 10 - 15 minutes... More
You can catch the Train from Hamburg to Lübeck and than take the regional Train (RB85?) from Lübeck with direction Neustadt and/or Puttgarden. There is a Train Station in Sierksdorf and from there it's a 10 - 15 minutes walkway to HansaPark.
The only disadvantage is that the Train from Lübeck to Sierksdorf only runs hourly...
Just go to the entrance, there are about 10 ticketcounters. It may take 10 minutes until you can buy the tickets, but that depends on how many People are waiting. Remember to be there very early, so you have the whole day to... More
Just go to the entrance, there are about 10 ticketcounters. It may take 10 minutes until you can buy the tickets, but that depends on how many People are waiting. Remember to be there very early, so you have the whole day to explore the park. As the park opens at 0900am you generally can buy the tickets at around 0845am and enter the park.