A new amusement park for children opened in the Romanian city of Brasov last week. Covering 17,000 square metres, it is claimed that Superland is the largest park aimed at children in South East Europe.
Superland was built with a €10 million investment, according to local media reports. Activities available for child visitors include slides, trampolines, flying cars and an 8D cinema offering 360-degree panoramic views.
The park is split up into different areas for children of different ages. Children under four have an area featuring toys and slides appropriate for their age while there is a 1,400 square metre area for those over four featuring climbing areas, obstacle routes and ball pools.
Children over six have access to the 8D cinema, a video game area and ski simulator. The complex also includes Luna Park, a 400 square metre space featuring bumper cars, laser guns, a carousel, a pendulum and flying cars.
For adults, there are relaxation areas, shops and restaurants. As it is so large, Superland issues child guests with bracelets that allow parents to track their movements through a mobile app.