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Europa-Park, Rust

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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. For Europa-Park and beyond, use our Rust vacation builder to get the most from your Rust vacation.
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  • Europa-Park... for our family a traditional visit to the winter magic. The Park is fantastic all year round, but in the winter especially! Sweden fire, ice rinks, and almost all attractions are open (except for the water rides). In particular, you must not long pending at this time! Price/performance is justified! You can feed themselves in the various subject areas or bring everything itself. It is an exciting day for the children, but every year a highlight and a must-have!
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  • Comparison to Disneyland Paris (October 2016: Disneyland Paris has with dreams the spectacular evening show.) Also, the parade and the show Mickey and the magician were very good. Europa Park is varied by the theming and design as well as from the rides and food offer. The coasters are spectacular in the Europa Park and driving much more pleasant (except Wodan). An advantage with children is that is predominantly german spoken, of course, benefiting especially the shows in the Europa Park.
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  • Simply perfect clean Park, no waiting (max 20 minutes for Arthur) friendly people, possibility to eat too cheap and good, attractions for all tastes, in short a great day I recommend carefree
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  • Nice amusement park. Very exciting for kids. Seen also lots of teenagers there. Choose the day carefully. You somehow should figure out when the student come to visit. We've been 2 days in the park and the difference was 20-25 min in lines to 45-60 min in lines next day. Also you probably should stay in one of Europa park hotels as this grants you extra 30 min before the crowd joins and obviously we have made more rides in the first hour than the rest of the day.
  • Unforgettable place to visit! This park represents many countries of Europe! Each section of the park is dedicated to a particular region. For example, Scandinavians countries are on one side, Greece, Spain, Switzerland, and Russia, and etc on the other. All sections are in a walkable distance, but you can take a train around the park as it provides a very pleasant drive:) They do have many different shows going all day in different zones! We attended an ice show in Greece section and were fascinated by it! It was so magnificent and interesting! Time just flies there! Lines to roller coaster are understandably fine, maybe 20 minutes way in general...but it worth it! Visit this great place once you are in Germany or France:)
  • It's a great theme park and a very well oiled machine. Get there early to get a good parking spot near the exit. The food is of a good standard (for an Amusement Park) and reasonable value too. Drinks aren't too expensive either. Toilets are many in number and almost always clean. Now the fun stuff. The coasters are awesome, as are many of the other rides. Cues can be around an hour during peak times, but off peak and single riders will benefit from a sub twenty minute wait for the big ones. Europe's best theme park and a family run business. Those guy's must be loaded, bit they deserve it. They know how to host thousands of people a day and send everyone home with a smile on there faces.
  • Nice park, Good Rides and less waiting. The place is amazing and has a variety of rides for all ages and thrill levels. Must visit if you are around the central Europe region. Very well organized and maintained for uninterrupted fun and enjoyments. Good Fast roller coasters for Thrill junkies
  • This park beats any other park in Belgium hands down. It's quite a drive away though so I def. recommend staying overnight somewhere. If you come from Belgium you'll also need to bring around 24 euros in cash for the French toll-roads. The atmosphere was magical, the attractions were amaaaazing and the queues were alright. Plenty of food and drink stands, ranging from the standard hamburgers and pizzas to even a world kitchen. I'm sure to go again once I've got kids of my own :)