Belantis offers many mythology-themed rides and several entertainment shows.
Roller Coasters, Boat Rides, Water Rides, Panoramic Tower, Nostalgia, Entertainment, Restaurants, Halloween, Wild Animals
Generally, the park is open from April through October, from 10 am to 6 pm. However, there are some days Belantis is closed during this time, so check their Web site before you go!
How To Get To The Belantis Park
Leipzig/Halle Airport [LEJ] is the closest to Belantis Park, lying in the north-eastern part of Leipzig.
From central Leipzig, the B2 will put you onto the A38 towards Goettingen. Take the exit at Neue Harth/BELANTIS-Park.
From Dresden, the A14 will connect you to the A38 in the direction of Göttingen. Exit at Neue Harth/BELANTIS-Park to make your way to the park.
From Berlin, take the A9 to Munich until you reach the A38 junction. Continue on the A38 to the exit at Neue Harth/BELANTIS-Park.
By Public Transport
From the main station at Knautkleeberg, there is a streetcar (line 3) that runs to the Belantis park. Alternatively, bus number 118 from this station also goes to the park.
Prices are ever-changing! See the web site for the latest prices.
Belantis Park Highlights
Fluch des Pharao (The Curse of the Pharaoh)
Visit Europe’s only pyramid while you get splashed on a giant log flume ride. This 38-meter-high attraction is one of Belantis park’s most popular rides — and a great opportunity for sightseeing.
Flug des Ikarus (The Flight of Icarus)
Come fly to the sun without worry of losing your wings. This aerial swing attraction lets you fly away with more luck and fun than poor Icarus had!
Götterflug (Gods Flight)
A one-of-a-kind flying ride that lets you play God — and choose where you want to go. As you sit in a winged-seat, control your destiny as you decide the direction and speed of your ride.
More Belantis Attractions
This fantastical park has many rides that will transport you away from reality.
The Kite flight lets you fly above the park through the clouds while the Gletscher-Rutscher has you speeding along a giant chute. The Capt’n Black’s Piratentaufe gives a glimpse of life on the open seas and the Indian canoes show you a slice of life on the prairie.
And don’t forget the fun entertainment shows available. From pirate performances and knight tournaments to Zeus’s arena, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Each of the theme lands has its own restaurant. Offerings include Mediterranean cuisine to roasted and grilled specialties.
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