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The attractions of Liseberg, Scandinavia's largest amusement park, are many and varied. Adrenalin blasts include the venerable wooden roller coaster Balder, its 'explosive' colleague Kanonen, where you’re blasted from 0km/h to 75km/h in under two seconds, AtmosFear, Europe’s tallest (116m) free-fall tower, and the park's biggest new attraction: thrilling rollercoaster Helix that lets you experience weightlessness and loops the loop seven times. Softer options include carousels, fairy-tale castles, an outdoor dance floor, adventure playgrounds, and shows and concerts.
Day passes are the most popular method of entry and good value if you're planning on going on numerous rides. Allternatively, entry to the park grounds costs Skr90 for those taller than 90cm (the Göteborg Pass gets you into the park for free), and you pay for individual rides using coupons: each ride costs between one and four coupons (Skr20 each) per go. Opening hours are complex – check the website.
When it comes to refuelling in between rides, Lisberg is also the first theme park in the world to offer a very high-quality, delicious, exclusively vegetarian/vegan buffet lunch (Skr138) at the Green Room.