Europa Park – European Theme Parks

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Located in the picturesque town of Rust, in Baden-Württemberg, southern Germany, EuropaPark brings excitement to the area through over 100 attractions and international shows, which offer fun and entertainment for everyone young and old.

Experience a thrilling adrenaline rush on the park’s 11 rollercoasters, which are not for the faint-hearted! From the new ‘Arthur – In the Minimoys Kingdom’ (the most intricate indoor attraction in the entire history of EuropaPark), during which passengers fly through a dreamlike world in rotating cars suspended below a track, to the extreme ‘Silver Star’ coaster, where you can soar through the air at 130 km/h, there are ride options for all ages.

For a calmer experience there are also endless possibilities here. Enjoy the entertainment provided by more than 275 international artists with over 6 hours of show time, dine at one of the park’s 54 internationally inspired eateries, or simply take a stroll through the themed lands from England, France, Russia to Iceland, admiring the typical national architecture along the way.

If you want to turn a day trip into a unique family break then Europa Park also has it covered with its vast range of accommodation options, catering for nearly 6,000 visitors. The park’s own 4-star hotels “El Andaluz” and “Castillo Alcazar”, as well as the 4-star superior hotels “Colosseo”, “Santa Isabel” and “Bell Rock” offer something to please every palate. The themed restaurants “Castillo” and “Don Quichotte” present a very special highlight for this anniversary year: freshly served meat kebabs of the finest quality await guests in the “Castillo” gourmet buffet, while “Don Quichotte” combines lava stone front cooking with a giant salad buffet. The ambience and interior decor of the five park-owned theme hotels are perfectly balanced: visitors can discover the excitement of living in a castle, enjoy “la bella Italia”, live by the motto “viva España” or delve into the history of New England. Or if you prefer, get back to nature in the Camp Resort, with its teepees, covered wagons and quaint old log cabins.

Since opening its doors in 1975 this family business has blossomed into by far the biggest theme park in Germany, with more than 5 million visitors last year and 100 million visitors in its lifetime making it the best-attended seasonal leisure park worldwide and a success story that is continually growing.

 

 

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