I'm still focusing on parks that are at the quality level of Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and Disneyland - but so long as a theme park meets that standard in some aspect of its operations, I think it's worth some front-page attention on the site. (US example? Holiday World in Indiana. No, it's not Disney World. But in terms of value - free parking and soft drinks- customer service and wooden roller coasters, it's world-class, so that's why we cover it. Even if it doesn't have Disney/Universal-quality dark rides and theming.)
That said, what's the theme park in Europe you think most merits some extra attention on the website? (As I said in the title, I'm already looking at what we can do to increase coverage of Disneyland Paris.) Europa Park? Alton Towers? Efteling? Someplace else?
I'd love to hear from our European readers, or from readers who've visited Europe in the past. Thanks.
Those above are also the most known in Germany.
That being said, I'd love to read more about Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Alton Towers. I'm not including Thorpe Park, because, oddly enough, I see info about Thorpe occasionally.
*EDIT*..Just realized Robert's request was for ONE. (Ala Roger Rabbit)...PPPPPLLLLLEEEAAAASSSSSEEEE don't make me choose!!!
The rides were wicked, the surroundings clean and spacious, even had some funny shows. I'd like to know more about what their expansions have been since 2007 when I went... Also it's by the beach, and Tarragona is this gorgous little town with a beautiful square with tapas places and bars all around... so a lovely destinaion really!
Whilst I'd love to hear more about the parks of my own country, Alton Towers in particular, I'd love to hear more about Europa Park (which I constantly hear rave reviews about).
So if I had to pick one, it would be Europa Park.
Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Disney California Adventure
Universal Studios Florida
Universal's Islands of Adventure
Universal Studios Hollywood