A THEME park in Europe is set to launch a new themed zone along with two brand-new rollercoasters later this year.
Energylandia, the biggest theme park in Poland, is expanding its offering.
The theme park, which is located in Zator in southern Poland, plans to open a new themed area called Sweet Valley.
Sweet Valley will be geared towards the theme park's youngest visitors.
It will house family-friendly attractions like spinning teacups, a playground, and a small carousel ride.
In addition to the child-friendly rides, the themed zone will also have two brand-new rollercoasters.
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Choco Chip Creek, which is being built by amusement ride designers Vekoma, will be 54ft (16m) high and reach top speeds of 34 mph (54kph).
There will also be a smaller rollercoaster called Honey Harbour.
Other rides in Sweet Valley include a carousel and a mini flume ride.
While there is no firm opening date for the new attractions, it has been slated to open in 2023.
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And this isn't the first time that the park has added to its line-up.
Back in 2019, the theme park opened one of the world's largest wooden rollercoasters.
The ride is called Zadra (Polish for Splinter), and has a terrifying 200ft (60m) drop that will thrill any daredevil.
Passengers on the ride will reach heights of 209ft (63m) with top speeds up to 73mph (121kph).
The theme park, which opened in 2014 has another heart-pounding rollercoaster called Hyperion.
It is also home to Tsunami Dropper – a water coaster.
Tickets for adults cost PLN 199 (£38.61) while children up to 140cm (4ft 7in) pay PLN 149 (£28.91).
Energylandia is an hour's drive from the Polish city of Krakow.
Both Ryanair and Wizzair operate direct flights from UK airports like London, Birmingham, Leeds, and Newcastle.
Sun Online Travel have found one-way tickets for £12 during the school summer holidays.
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