The first ever Croatian Theme Park has just begun to be constructed in Biograd na Moru, a town located in the northern side of Dalmatia.
The Fun Park, which is a Croatian version of Gardaland in Italy, has started being built on Wednesday 13 of April, according to Poslvoni.hr... The new Fun Park, which as we said before, is inspired from Italian Gardaland, will be the first Theme Park ever built in Croatia!
Zagreb firm Tehnika in accordance with top Amusement Design specialists Bausaa - who have also undertake the planning of other Parks around the world, such as in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Russia - are behind the design of the Park. It is hoped that the Park will be a great success and will attract more than 200.000 visitors a year. The opening date is not sure yet but it’s going to be before summer of 2017.
The new Theme Park will follow the general design and operation of Gardaland. It will be separated in three different sections, one only for children, one for teenagers with plenty of fascinating games and one for the whole family.
The Park will have 25 attractions for every age and taste, from roller coasters, water rides and lakes to an electronic games and simulators hall. It will also accommodate a stage for all sorts of artistic presentations. Of course it will include some restaurants, cafeterias and gift shops. Fireworks spectacles will also take place in the Park.
Franjo Koletić, director of Mirnovec pirotehnike who are behind the project confirmed: “This will be the first ever Theme Park in Croatia, based on Gardaland in Italy” adding that it might be ready for visitors by next Easter or a little later.