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Walibi Belgium, Wavre

3.5
#1 of 97 in Fun & Games in Wallonia
Ride / Activity · Theme Park
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Get your thrills, wet or dry, at Walibi Belgium, a traditional amusement and water park. Although many of the roller coasters are on dry land, the entire park is built around bodies of water, so be ready to get wet. Store your belongings in a locker guarded by security at the check-in area so you can roam the rides unburdened. The water park provides changing rooms and showers, first aid, wheelchair rental, and even pet kennels. These amenities, as well as nearby lodging and restaurants, make your visit convenient and entertaining. Consider using a train to reach the attraction and avoid a parking fee. The Bierges-Walibi train station gives you direct access to the amusement park's entrance. Add Walibi Belgium to your Wavre travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Wavre trip itinerary maker site.
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  • We are seasoned coaster park fans, used to Alton Towers and Thorpe Park, but Walibi has truly excelled in it's ability to pack a punch for all ages. From excellent wet rides for hot days where you... 
    We are seasoned coaster park fans, used to Alton Towers and Thorpe Park, but Walibi has truly excelled in it's ability to pack a punch for all ages. From excellent wet rides for hot days where you...  more »
  • all the attractions are cool , all the rides , fun ambiance , we will certainly come back this year. 
    all the attractions are cool , all the rides , fun ambiance , we will certainly come back this year.  more »
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  • Nice place to visit and have fun. Good variety of attractions, pleasant atmosphere, good choice of places to eat. The only thing is that you have to be prepared to wait for each interesting ride for quite a while. Good that there are boards with expected waiting times, so you can choose to go somewhere not too crowded. If the weather is good, time really flies in Walibi 🙂
  • The park does not have the capacity to handle the amount of visitors that are accepted each day. There's an hour long queue just to get inside and the opening hours are ridiculously short (10-18h, even in summer). However, the real killer is the Speedy-Pass. The Speedy Pass system allowing high-paying customers to cut lines increases the waiting time for all other visitors. On an attraction for which we waited almost 2 hours, I was surprised to see that the seats were filled at about 50% from the speed-pas line. A vast majority of people were waiting double the normal time for the pleasure of a few shameless visitors. I'm shocked that this kind of thing exists, let alone in a family park where the majority of guests are young children who are taught that everyone gets equal rights and that we should wait in line for our turn. I'm doomed to go back because the kids received an annual membership for x-mas but I won't set foot there again after 2022 or until they remove the Speedy Pass. I'd give 0-stars if I could. ps. Walibi defends their Speedy Pass using the analogy of a concert: you pay more money to get front-line seats. What a preposterous argument! At a concert, by definition all seats are unique, and non-equal. Some seats are better than others, you can't change that... it makes sense to ask more for a better version of the same thing you're selling, in fact it would be discriminatory to hand out good seats and trash seats to people paying the same amount.

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