Europa Park is a theme park in Rust, Germany (Baden-Württemberg). With more than 100 attractions, numerous rides, wonderful shows and exciting events, the park offers something for visitors of all ages. The action and adventure can be found in each of the 18 themed areas, which are modelled after different European countries. Thanks to its constantly changing and season-dependent highlights, the park is worth a visit at all times of the year. Plus, its five themed hotels make extended stays simple and convenient.
Adventure Land, ARTHUR and Voletarium
Adventure Land also offers scope for exploration – but also relaxation. Park visitors can unwind on the African Queen steamboat or survey the area on a raft. Century-old trees line the shore, while water lilies and biotopes float in the water.
ARTHUR –The Minimoys Kingdom offers visitors a change of perspective on a breath-taking new scale. Here, you enter the world of the small creatures found in the ARTHUR and the Invisibles trilogy. New to the Germany area, the Voletarium opened its doors in 2017. Visitors to Europa Park can look forward to a unique trip across Europe – where the dream of flying becomes a reality!
Children’s World and the countries of Europe
Even though the Ireland area is described as the “world of children”, adults will also find plenty to do here. The northern seascape, with its water, dunes, white sand and fishing boat, invites you to relax and linger – while the vista from the top of the lighthouse provides a bird’s eye view of the park.
Besides Ireland, there are 14 other countries to visit: Whether Germany, England, France, Greece, the Netherlands, Iceland, Italy, Austria, Luxembourg, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Scandinavia or Spain, Europa Park Rust is the place to be for fans of European culture and flair. Characteristic buildings, cultural ambience, specially tailored events and country-specific delicacies can be found in each of these themed areas.
The wild world of rollercoasters
Europa Park boasts a variety of rollercoasters – from the Alpenexpress rollercoasters to the Eurosat space adventure and the WODAN wooden roller coaster. Meanwhile, the ARTHUR and Pegasus rides were designed specifically with younger guests in mind. Those looking for a real rush of adrenaline should try the blue fire Megacoaster or the Silver Star. Visiting the park on a hot summer’s day? The Atlantica SuperSplash is guaranteed to provide you with some cool watery relief!
Halloween at Europa Park
A special highlight are the annual Halloween festivities at Europa Park. For about two weeks the park is decorated with pumpkins, straw bales, apples and much more. Goblins and vampires are wandering through the park, making their mischief. The show programme, the parade, restaurants and hotels as well as numerous attractions are also perfectly coordinated with the creepy festival.