Puy du Fou was second on the list. The fully immersive experience was described by The Guardian as France’s “best kept secret”.
With live shows inside Roman stadiums and a cast of approximately 1200 actors, it’s one of the most detailed themed experiences in the world.
More than two million people visit the park every year, making it the second busiest theme park in France, after Disneyland Paris.
In eighth place was the theme park owned by Dolly Parton, Dollywood, located in Tennessee. The park which is packed with more old-school style rides is described as the most family friendly theme park in the world.
Located on an island that was once used as an Air France refuelling point and cold war missile base, the beach of Baia do Sancho on the Brazilian archipelago of Fernando de Noronha is often voted the world’s best.