10 Sights in Brühl, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Brühl, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Brühl, Germany.

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1. Phantasialand

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Phantasialand is a theme park in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany that attracts approximately 2 million visitors annually. The park was opened in 1967 by Gottlieb Löffelhardt and Richard Schmidt. Although starting as a family-oriented park, Phantasialand has also added thrill rides, especially during recent years. Furthermore, following the example of Europa-Park, they have decided to attract business customers beside the regular ones, calling it "Business to Pleasure".

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2. Talocan

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The Talocan was Europe's first suspended topspin, located in Phantasialand Brühl near Cologne. Since 2007, the attractions of the manufacturer Huss Rides have replaced the vultures in the Mexican-themed area. The theme follows a fictional story about the discovery of an Aztec temple during the expansion of a Mexican cooperative wine cellar. The name comes from Aztec mythology, where the heaven of the weather god Tlaloc Tlalocan is called Tlalocan.

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3. F.L.Y.

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F. L. Y. is a flying launched roller coaster at Phantasialand in Brühl, Germany. The coaster is the sole attraction of the Rookburgh area, a highly themed immersive Steampunk city, which was soft opened in September 2020 following several years of development and construction. During the ride, passengers sit in a prone position - facing the ground - while traversing two launches and navigating a heavily themed environment.

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4. Colorado Adventure

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Colorado Adventure is a steel roller coaster located at Phantasialand in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. During construction, it was decided to opt for a roller coaster in a Western style rather than a traditional roller coaster. The name Colorado is derived from the U. S. state of the same name, well known during the ‘Wild West’ period in the USA.

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5. River Quest

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River Quest is a river rapids ride in German theme park Phantasialand. The ride was built in 2002 by Hafema and notably has two lifts near the start of the ride to take the boats to their highest point. The ride previously held the record for the largest drop on a rafting ride. This record was taken in 2018 by Infinity Falls at SeaWorld Orlando.

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6. Black Mamba

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Black Mamba is an inverted roller coaster built by Bolliger & Mabillard in the German theme park Phantasialand. The ride is situated in the "Deep in Africa" area of the park and is named after the black mamba snake. Theming in the area largely draws from the mud architecture of Western Africa, especially the cities of Timbuktu and Djenne.

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7. Chiapas

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Chiapas, DIE Wasserbahn is an Intamin flume ride in Phantasialand, a theme park in Germany, which opened on 1 April 2014. It is located in the park's Mexico area and replaced Stonewash and Wildwash Creek, which were both demolished in 2011. Its 53° drop is the steepest drop on a log flume in the world.

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8. Mystery Castle

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The Mysterious Castle is an amusement facility in Phantasialand Brühl, which, together with River Quest and Klugheim themed worlds, includes Taron and Raik, forms the Mysterious Theme Area. The manufacturer of patented drive technology (air drive) is Ride Trade, a subsidiary of Intamin.

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9. Taron

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Taron is a multilaunch steel roller coaster manufactured by Intamin located at Phantasialand in Germany. It was the fastest multi-launched roller coaster in the world when it opened. Taron opened on 30 June 2016.

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10. Raik

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Raik is a boomerang steel roller coaster manufactured by Vekoma located at Phantasialand in Germany. Raik opened on 30 June 2016 alongside neighbouring roller coaster Taron, a multi-launch steel roller coaster.

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