There are over 100 attractions and shows across 15 European themed areas.
If you’re a thrill seeker, then you can take a ride on the spectacular rollercoaster. If you prefer a slightly slower pace, get involved in the family friendly attractions or immerse yourself in one of the spectacular shows.
The action continues at the Rulantica water world next door, with LOTS of slides, a huge wave pool, wild river and much more. You can even race down Europe’s largest racing slide, called Vikingløp.
And after all that action, don’t forget to visit Snorri Strand, where you can build sandcastles or chill on one of many sun loungers, soaking up the SouthWest Germany sunshine.
When you are done splashing and riding rollercoasters for the day, you can stay in one of the park’s six themed hotels, where the fun continues. Evening entertainment, visits by Europa-Park’s favourite character Ed Euromaus and his friends, children’s disco and the most delicious food. There is so much to discover during your short break holiday!
You’ll find the Europa-Park Resort in the heart of the three-border region Germany, France, Switzerland, between the Black Forest and the Vosges mountains.
Bex visited Europa-Park and you can see what she got up to here:
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