Magnum edition of German amusement parks
If you haven’t yet been to Europa-Park in Rust, then what are you waiting for?
Anybody who checks in here wants primarily one thing: to have fun. And, it is guaranteed that every guest manages to get exactly that, because the area of over 95 hectare (235 acres) offers many exciting things to experience. In other words, there are very few wishes that this giant cannot make come true, as it has been one of the favourite family destinations in category of amusement parks for years.
You will be greeted at the entrance by a huge statue of the park’s mascot – Euro mouse. Inside, the resort is divided by European theme areas, decorated and enriched with 100 attractions and events straight out of dreams, that surpass even the biggest of expectations.
Silver Star, the fantastic roller coaster, second in size in Europe, or a giant wooden roller coaster Wodan-Timburcoaster with speed of 100 km/h, wild water train, water roller coasters and Looping roller coaster bring enormous quantities of fun and excitement. However, it is not less thrilling inside of the flight simulator, 4D cinema or at many other event stands. For those who prefer lighter moments, a ride behind the wheels of one of the oldtimers will provide a nostalgic drive.
At the end of November and until beginning of January, the park turns into a fairytale like winter wonderland with numerous winter attractions which are suitable for holidays like Christmas and New Year’s.
Europa-Park in Rust, situated between Freiburg and Offenburg, is the biggest amusement park in German-speaking regions and is one of very few who are open in winter time. People are simply drawn to come back there again and again.