I'll do my best but I'm slightly limited on parks that I've been to.. ah well :D
1) Europa Park.
Easily the best. Everything about the place is awesome, from the tiny obscure rides to the main attractions. The quality of the Hotels and Ti-pi's adds brownie points to a top class day out. I don't think there much that can overtake Europa realistically.
2) Parque Warner Madrid.
It's the sort of park that would be a nightmare if it was busy. Luckily this is rarely the case and with the quality of rides such as Superman, Batman and Acme rapids this was a quality theme park that I desperately want to go back to. I loved Superman a little too much to be honest :oops: .
3) Alton Towers.
I think Alton Towers gets in here purely because it is the UK's best Theme Park. Now, a lot of people would argue against this but I don't think anyone could say that the coasters aren't top quality rides. Nemesis, Oblivion, Air, Runaway Mine Train are just the start for me. I'm also rather fond of the hotel.
Black Mamba really helps here because I was having a bit of trouble for the Fourth. Never-the-less, it was the Beemer that pushed it forward to me. I love Mamba and I wish I had ridden more when I went two years ago. It's a shame the park feels quite squashed in, otherwise it could take over Alton Towers in a few years time.
For me their are several reasons. Ironically its more for what Cwoa has done for me in the past and not in the future. It was where I rode my first rollercoaster, my first up-side down thrill and my first job in the coaster industry. Some of the moments such as my first scare on the Vampire and Runaway Train will always live with me. The park means a lot to me and I'm desperately hoping it starts to get the investment it truely deserves
Parks that didn't make it
Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Drayton Manor, Thorpe Park, Paultons Park, Holiday Park, Tripsdill, Klotten, Parque de Attrocines (spl),
Expedition Everest 2.
Hollywood Tower of Terror 3.
Superman De Acero 4.
Katun and Nemesis 6.
Blue Fire 8.
Black Mamba 9.