With over 5.7 million visitors in 2019, Europa-Park achieved the highest number of visitors in its corporate history. In addition, further guests arrived at the new indoor water world Rulantica which was opened at the end of November.
“Rulantica had a great start and gets top marks. We are extremely pleased with that as the water world is new territory for us”, said Europa-Park owner Roland Mack.
2019 was characterised by intensive construction work and very high investments − the water world Rulantica and the adjacent hotel alone cost around 180 million Euros. It is the largest single investment that Europa-Park has ever made. In addition, there is the reconstruction of the Scandinavian themed area, which was destroyed by the fire, and the new ride “Snorri Touren”.
Europa-Park with Rulantica – becoming a travel destination in its own right
Europa-Park is increasingly becoming an independent travel destination and is the first operator in Germany which opened a second theme park, Rulantica, at its location in Rust.
With two parks at the Europa-Park Resort, six hotels and the Confertainment Centre across a total area of 145 hectares, Germany’s largest theme park attracts more and more international guests and is in competition with Mallorca, Greece or the Italian lakes.
Themed hotel ‘Krønasår’ opens
The sixth themed hotel ‘Krønasår’ was opened in May last year, and is an integral part of the resort expansion. The 4* superior hotel is a very special natural history museum and offers stylish accommodation in a Nordic atmosphere for up to 1,300 overnight guests. There are many culinary things to discover in several Nordic themed restaurants and bars.
Photo: Rulantica Trolldal