Europa-Park, Germany’s largest theme park, is set in 95 ha on the border triangle between the Black Forest and the Vosges Mountains, offering over 100 attractions. A new water park, Rulantica, with 25 attractions including 13 roller-coasters, is under construction until the end of the year, and the park’s sixth themed hotel, Krønasår, opens its doors on 31 May.
The water park centres on the mythical island of Rulantica and features 25 water attractions; the resort extension, with a 32,600 sq m indoor area as well as outdoor attractions, is the biggest project and largest single investment in the history of Europa-Park.
Europa-Park also offers 23 hours a day of entertainment where more than 300 international artists present their skills on the park’s numerous stages. Krønasår – The Museum-Hotel, is Scandinavian in style and modeled on a natural history museum. The addition of Krønasår extends the number of beds at Europa-Park to 5,800.
Hall 6.2b / Stand 201