The Europa Park Rust in the south-west of the country, is Germany’s biggest amusement park and after Disneyland Paris the second largest one in all of Europe. With a total of 103 rides it attracts over 5,5 million visitors yearly. What makes this park so unique is the deviation into several little areas, each area representing a different country.
The attractions in each section and the places to eat will match with each country, so you can go on the Poseidon waterslide in Greece or on the Da Vinci ride in Italy, have fries in Holland or tea in England.
In total there are 13 roller coaster, including a new wooden roller coaster and my personal favourites and one of the biggest roller coasters: the Silver Star and the Blue Fire. The park also offers a lot of shows and events depending on what season so make sure to check the calendar online to not miss any special occasions.
A one day entry ticket to the park costs around 47 euros but is definitely worth the money considering the size of the park and everything it has to offer. So far I have visited Europa Park about three times in my life as it is not that far away from my home town.
Each and every time there have been some new attractions added and changes made to the park. However, if you are coming from more far away and want to stay for a longer period of time then you might want to stay in one of the five hotels that the park offers and stay in and around the park.
My favourite ride is the Silver Star roller coaster located in France. I’d recommend going there as early as possible as the queues can get really long. Same goes for all other major attractions.
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