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October 30, 2020

Divertiland invests EUR 300,000 in the first private railway station near the capital

The total investment worth EUR 100 M scheduled by Divertiland for its amusement park built near Bucharest would also represent another step forward for the Romanian government in the attempt to achieve EUR 10 bln in investments in Romania by the end of this year, Minister for Small and Medium Business Environment and Tourism, Maria Grapini, stated on Tuesday, on the occasion of the inauguration of the railway stations ‘Parc Divertisment’, Agerpres reports.
Built by Divertiland, following an investment worth EUR 300,000, the train substation will become operational in the coming days, with the price of the tickets to be established in the moment when the agreement is signed with the transport operator. The ‘Parc Divertisment’ railway station will be located on the route Bucharest North – Videle (southern Romania), the distance between the capital and Divertiland following to be covered in about 15 minutes. This investment will be added to the EUR 25 M already invested by the company in the opening of the park, which covers a total area of 7.2 hectares of land. Divertiland has a capacity of 3,500 people per day. Divertiland is the largest amusement park in Bucharest area. In the next years, following further injections in facilities for outdoor fun, Divertiland wants to become the most important entertainment destination in South-East Europe.

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