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Europa-Park, Rust

Home to 11 rollercoasters, Europa-Park is the largest theme park in the country and one of the most popular resorts in Europe. More than 100 attractions are spread over 13 themed areas designed to represent Europe. Get soaked fjord-rafting in Scandinavia, drive a race car in England, explore the archeological sites of Greece, or join a Viking expedition setting off from Iceland. This culture- and history-rich attraction lies where Germany meets France and Switzerland. Save time and money by purchasing tickets well in advance. Plan to visit Europa-Park during your Rust vacation using our convenient Rust tour builder tool .
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  • Despite being a day by wolves (cold and pouring rain in August), there was a lot of people. Easy to reach by train + bus. It would take more than a day to appreciate it in its entirety, a paradise for young and old with attractions for all ages and all tastes adrenaline sports. Unique wall of handprints of stars that have viisitato the Park. Great on Voletarium, where you can fly with the 3D over Europe.
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  • Great Park attraction that has nothing to envy to Disneyland because of very good sensational rollercoaster! High decoration in color! There is something for all ages and all tastes. Always wait long but reasonable even for a month of August.
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  • I love Europa Park, I frequent regularly since my childhood (I live in Alsace). There are neighborhoods and attractions for all tastes, the details are looked after, the Park is very clean, which is the number of visitors it welcomes view prowess. I went there yesterday with a group of friends. For the first time, I was disappointed. Indeed, like many people, I'm pretty good in the flesh (without being either morbid obesity). What was my surprise when I couldn't do the Wodan in the front row or the Silver Star (my favorite ride!). I find it deeply discriminating and humiliating. Why could we not adapt rides to people having a little overweight? Being fat, or, more politely, although in the flesh, is not a flaw in my opinion as long as you are in good health and was well. In addition, many diseases can cause overweight, so in addition to being in a situation which does not suit us or makes us suffer, we should be more private amusement. The time where people who deal with the safety of the rides are realizing that the safety bars do not close enough and make you, as a result, out of the merry-go-round is humiliating. However, the Silver Star, the person responsible for safety was very friendly and made me then try another seat (rank 5). The safety bar was closing but I didn't feel comfortable then I didn't do tour without my friends. A normal entrance to Europa-Park costs about €47, it's a lot of money to get out. Unfortunately, if you have overweight like me, you will not be able to enjoy all the attractions. I'm not saying that they should have let me do the attractions despite the security bars that don't get plugged not at the maximum, I understand that security comes first. However, what I don't understand, is that it is mentioned nowhere, only when we are not in some standards of weight, we can't do some rides while we are warned of the limits of size. It should be assumed that some attractions are not intended for all types of people. I also stated that I hesitated before publishing this review, because I expect reactions of the kind "you can lose weight"...
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  • Growing up in Strasbourg, a French city nearby, I had always loved going to Europa park. A few years ago, I could visit Disney World and Universal Studio theme parks in Florida. I was SO disappointed by these two that I though my memory of Europa park was distorted. Yet, I came back to the German park yesterday and guess what? My memory was perfectly accurate. Europa park is THE BEST theme park in the WORLD. Go and have fun! :D
  • Amazing place! This place is really great. You have to spend at least a full day in it, preferably two days. Most extreme facilities have age / height limits, but even small children can enjoy facilities designed for them. The ice show is very impressive. To navigate the place and find any facility, I strongly recommend using the park app. The app has an option to navigate to a particular facility, and there is an option to filter results according to distance from your current location and other options.
  • Had an amazing time here. Would love to come back and stay at one of the campsites. Food was surprising priced well, unlike back in the States where they rob you blind. Great rides for all ages
  • Best theme park we have visited in Europe. Short wait times for rides, a huge variety of rides and good food options at reasonable prices. Highly recommend
  • Without a doubt the best theme park I've been to so far. Queueing for the first row in the Silver Star is worth the time. It's an entirely different experience with the wind on your face and nothing in front of you when you're at the top.

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Both luxury and economy accommodations surround the Europa Themepark grounds. Consider renting a room in a locally owned pension for quiet evenings off the park grounds.
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