I mean yeah, but covid rates in Poland have been escalating so I really don’t understand why they aren’t taking more caution... the last thing you would want is to come back from your holiday with the virus. I know it’s nice for things to feel “back to normal” but I’d rather people were social distancing and wearing masks and have a weird holiday than come back with corona. Just my opinion on it anyway. The park should be doing more to enforce the rules and shouldn’t be letting groups sit that close together.It was actually quite nice in a way because it kind of felt like everything was back to normal.
Energylandia is always like this. Queue jumpers everywhere. I was there last September and these 2 girls wanted to team up with us to skip the zadra queue. When you get to the station if you go in the far right hand lane you will get to the front the fastest. If a number 2 flashes up on the big screen at the front and you’re in a group of 2 apparently it’s acceptable to barge past everyone and get straight onto the ride... and cut 10-15 mins of queueing time. That’s what they taught us was acceptable there apparently.There just seemed to be a complete lack of patience or common sense throughout every single queue.