Welcome to Germany's largest theme park which attracts more than five million visitors to a fascinating world of adventure each year. No leisure destination in Germany provides such a fantastic range of entertainment and fun for all ages.
At Europa-Park, you do not have to decide on a single holiday destination, because here, you can visit the whole of Europe from Portugal to Scandinavia all in one day! Covering an area as big as 136 football pitches, visitors to Europa-Park can experience fun and adventure in various themed areas, each representing a different European country. The typical architecture, natural surroundings and food specialities take visitors right into the country of their choice. The popular leisure park offers over 100 attractions and fascinating shows throughout the year.
Hurtle from dizzying heights on high-speed rides, including the SilverStar, one of Europe's highest rollercoasters, or be amazed by the fascinating acrobatic shows and enjoy first-class entertainment. Attractions such as the Crazy Taxis, Grimm's Enchanted Forest and Dwarf City promise bundles of family fun.
After all the excitement, retreat to one of five different themed hotels (soon to be six in 2019) or the cowboy-themed Camp Resort. The accommodation offers quirky family rooms and delicious restaurants so you can unwind and refuel for another day of fun. The range of hotels offers something for every budget and everyone staying on site gets early access to the park before it opens in the morning.
- Flight time from London: 1hr 35min
- Euroairport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg: 101km from the city centre; transfer time about 1 hour
- Currency: Euro
Europa-Park is open for its summer season from Sat 24th March 2018 to Sun 4th November 2018 from 9 am to 6 pm. Longer hours may be in place during school holidays.
1-day ticket price:
Child (4-11): €42.50
OAP (60+): €42.50
2-day ticket price:
Child (4-11): €80.00
OAP (60+): €80.00
Europa-Park is open for its winter season from Sat 24th November 2018 until Sun 6th January 2019, from 11 am to 7 pm daily (closed Mon 24th and Tue 25th December 2018). Longer hours may be in place during school holidays.
For Rollercoaster Junkies
- Alpenexpress Enzian (also available with VR)
A runaway train that thunders through the Austrian area in search of diamonds. The VR story currently includes an appearance from Paddington Bear.
Based on the children's film 'Arthur and the Invisibles', riders sit in the cars with their legs hanging down and proceed to race through an underground world. Oversized characters such as insects make you feel tiny in this unfamiliar setting.
- Atlantica SuperSpalsh
One of many great water rides at Europa-park, Atlantica SuperSplash is sure to leave you drenched. After completing the first climb, you are turned around to travel backwards briefly, before spinning again and falling down to earth engulfed by a wave.
- Blue Fire Megacoaster
0-60 in just over two seconds - this thrilling ride is not for the faint-hearted. You'll speed through loop-the-loops and corkscrews, pulling nearly 4Gs as you go.
- Eurosat - CanCan Coaster (also available with VR)
This new rollercoaster in the dark has two very different ride experiences. One queue allows you to enjoy the twists and turns of the standard coaster, whilst the other leads to a specially designed train where riders don VR headsets.
- Wodan – Timburcoaster
This classic coaster will shake you to your very core, as you thumber along the wooden track and around steep corners.
- Silver Star
This thrilling attraction is the tallest rollercoaster at Europa-park, firing you into a series of ups and downs at around 80 miles per hour.
An exciting cross between a log flume and a rollercoaster, Poseidon will propel you along a track and then bring you back down to earth with a splash.
For The Family
A high-flying family adventure, Voletarium takes you soaring over many of Europe's most recognisable cities without ever leaving the park.
- Matterhorn Blitz
Riding in small cars, you will get the sensation of climbing up and down the Swiss Alps on this jerky but thrilling adventure.
- Pegasus – The YoungStar Coaster
The little don't have to miss out on the rollercoaster fun if they climb aboard this mythical horse and speed through the heavens of Ancient Greece.
- African Queen
- Atlantis Adventure
- Spinning Dragons
- Flight of Icarus
- Old Mac Donald’s Tractor Fun
- Ghost Castle
- Jungfrau Glacier Flight
- Tower Tow
- Mercedes-Benz Hall
- Arena of Football
- Pirates in Batavia
- The Queen’s Diamonds
- The Mir Space Station
- Swiss Bob Run
- Shooting Gallery
For The Youngest
- Andersen’s Fairy Tale Tower
- Adventure Playground
- Ba-a-a Express
- Quipse Paddle Boats
- Carnival Barn Museum
- Flight of the Icarus
- Old Mac Donald’s Farm
- Dancing Dingle
- Dingle Bay
- Little Lamb’s Land
- Mother Hulda
- The Frog King
- Enchanting Forest Cinema
- Gazprom Theme World – The Wonders of Energy
- Hansel & Gretel
- Limerick Castle
- Sheep Rock
- Lada Autodrom
- Litill Island – Hansgrohe Water Park
- London Bus
- Fairy Tale Gallery
- Puppet Boat Ride
- Mini Scooters
- Mul-Muls Carousel
- Paul’s Playboat
- Jim Button
- Vintage Cars
- Panorama Train Station
- Piccolo Mondo
- Poppy Towers
- Ball Pool
- Big-Bobby-Car Circuit
- Little Red Riding Hood
- Red Baron
- Casa da Adventura – Home of the Quipse
- Snowflake Sleigh Ride
- Crazy Taxis
- Sleeping Beauty’s Castle
- The Wishing Table
- Doctor Know-All
- Jungle Rafts
- Elf Ride
- Rocking Bridge & Chute
- Water Playground
- Dwarf City
- Playground Würmchen Wies'n
- Adventure Land
- ARTHUR - In the Minimoys Kingdom
- Ireland – Children’s World
- The Netherlands
- Grimm's Enchanted Forest
Hotel Bell Rock
The New England-themed Hotel Bell Rock has a lighthouse outside complete with a luxury penthouse suite at the top. The main building is stylishly decorated with wood-panelled interior and the bunk beds in the family rooms are in the shape of rowing boats. The harbourside restaurant offers buffet breakfasts and dinners as you surround an old shipwreck, and there's also a spa, fitness centre and outdoor pool.
Be transported back to Ancient Rome in this Italian hotel which includes rooms inside the replica Colosseum. Fountains dance in the piazza-like courtyard and there are many different Italian restaurants to choose from. Other facilities include a wellness area that offers a pool and a sauna.
Hotel Santa Isabel
With staff dressed as monks and an underground beer cellar available for private parties, the Hotel Santa Isabel welcomes you into a Portuguese monastery. The Sala Santa Isabel is a cosy restaurant offering a choice of Iberian dishes and the wellness facilities create the perfect atmosphere in which to relax.
Hotel El Andaluz
Created to resemble a peaceful Spanish finca, Hotel El Andaluz boasts a beautiful central garden over which authentic washing hanging from windows overhead. The beautifully appointed rooms feature sprawling murals and tiled floors, adding to the Mediterranean feeling. Meals can be enjoyed in the lively Don Quichotte restaurant which is part of the hotel but also located in the Spanish area of the park.
Hotel Castillo Alcazar
If you've ever wanted to spend the night in a castle, now is your chance. Medieval suits of armour line the imposing hallways of the Hotel Castillo Alcazar, lavish four-poster beds can be found in the suites and Spanish cuisine is served in the elaborate banquet hall.
Hotel Krønasår (Coming 2019)
To accompany the brand new Rulantica waterpark, a Nordic-themed hotel is being built in the image of the iconic Nyhavn Harbour in Copenhagen. There will be a bridge across this new underwater world and the hotel will display faux oddities procured by the fictional 'Adventure Club if Europe'.
If your budget is tight or you love being in the outdoors, the Wild West-themed campsite offering the perfect accommodation. You can choose to sleep in a teepee, log cabin or covered wagon in a picturesque lakeside setting. You'll also have access to a breakfast room, the Saloon restaurant, storage lockers, free Wi-Fi and vending machines.
22nd September 2018 - 4th November 2018
Pumpkins and straw bales takeover Europa-park during Halloween, as the resort receives a ghoulish makeover. A special Halloween show creates a spooky atmosphere for the little ones, whilst a themed parade is something that the whole family can enjoy. Many of the attractions are also presented with a seasonal twist, as the teacups become the 'creepy cups' and you get the chance to ride the Feria Swing backwards. Lastly, serious thrill-seekers might like to test their nerves in one of five eerie, live-action mazes.
24th November 2018 - 6th January 2019 (closed 24th and 25th December)
Feel the festive fun at the end of November and into December when Europa-Park and its hotels are transformed by the magic of Christmas. Decorated with thousands of twinkling lights, artificial snow and traditional fir trees, the park celebrates the yuletide season in style. Thanks to the mulled wine and roasted nuts, it even smells like Christmas. At this time of year, a big wheel can be found in the Portuguese area, an ice rink and children's ski school both appear in Scandinavia, and 30 ice sculptures are displayed throughout Spain. There are also two Christmas markets (a traditional German one and a medieval one) and delicious festive treats can be found all over the park.
Please note - some attractions may be closed at this time.
Feel Good Weeks
5th - 23rd November 2018 and 7th January 2019 - 5th April 2019
During the off-season, the rides may shut down for a while, but there is still plenty to do at the Europa-park resort. This is the time to relax and feel rejuvenated thanks to a range of different health and wellness packages within some of the hotels. The spas at the Hotel Bell Rock, Santa Isabel and Colosseo welcome guests who want to enjoy massages, peels, body scrubs and various other treatments - perfect for a weekend away with the girls. Elsewhere, the restaurants serve delicious and extravagant buffets, whilst also offering wine-tasting and cocktail-making courses. In the evening, a spectacular dinner show in the Teatro dell'Arte combines acrobatics, juggling, comedy and dance with an elaborate 4-course meal from 2* Michelin chef, Peter Hagen.
These packages are perfect for romantic couples, families that want to relax and groups of friends who wish to spend some quality time with each other. Plus, the regular discounts mean there are some great savings too.
Summer Night Party
21st July 2018
On the longest day of the year, the fun doesn't have to stop at the normal closing time. Keep the thrills going until midnight at the Summer Nights Party, when the rides stay open late and guests are entertained by fantastic shows, live music and a firework display that will knock your socks off.
Call our team today for all the latest events and activities.
Just a 15-minute drive from Europa-park, you will find two golf courses where you can indulge your passion during your break. The 9-hole is open to the public and perfect for beginners and those who don't have a license to play on German courses, whilst the 18-hole Championship course requires such a license and is much more challenging. Both courses offer fantastic views over rolling vineyards and the beautiful Black Forest. Clubs, buggies and pull trolleys are all available for rent if you don't have yours with you.
Adult Weekday Green Fee
€43 (€65 for non-guests)
Adult Weekend Green Fee
|€54 (€80 for non-guests)|
Child Weekday Green Fee
Child Weekend Green Fee
Apprentice/Student (under 27) Weekday Green Fee
Apprentice/Student (under 27) Weekend Green Fee
Children (Under 18) €5
Half set clubs with bag from €12
Pull trolley €6
Electric cart (18-hole only) €35