Europa Park

Jump into paradise and escape the daily routine! Germany’s Largest Amusement Park – Europa Park

Whether you stop in Iceland, Greece or Portugal, you’ll experience one of 13 different Europe-themed areas spanning 90 hectares of the park. Each themed country area features typical architecture, cuisine, and vegetation, and creates a truly exciting holiday atmosphere. How about a ride on the wooden roller coaster “WODAN”, the fun family attraction “Whale Adventures - Splash Tours” or the “Bluefire mega-coaster powered by GAZPROM” in Iceland? Or maybe a trip through Greece’s ancient mythology on the water coaster “Poseidon” is more your style? In France, the “Silver Star” and “Eurosat” await the bravest roller coaster fans and, right next door, the Swiss “Matterhorn-Blitz” sends them through thrilling loops and curves. While visitors whiz by on wild rapids through the “World of Trolls” the Russian district beckons with a racy ride to the stars in the “Euro-Mir” featuring the world’s highest and fastest spinning coaster.

International performers mesmerise, dance and juggle their way into visitors’ hearts, and the Globe Theatre puts on yet another breathtaking show. Pirouettes, leaps and summersaults will keep you on the edge of your seat at the new ice skating show “Surprice in the Museum”.

Germany’s largest amusement park is a thrilling experience offering more than 100 attractions and international shows within 13 European themes. With over six hours of entertainment options and five on-site resort hotels, Europa Park is a unique holiday destination nearly the triangle of borders between Germany, France and Switzerland. There really is something for everyone.

For the latest Europa Park admission fees, please click here.


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Corona Virus

Important Information

Due to the official measures implemented by the State of Baden-Württemberg and the city of Karlsruhe to limit the spreading of COVID-19, Karlsruhe’s public life is currently facing severe restrictions. Cultural institutions, hotels and events are especially affected by this. Please refer directly to their individual websites for up-to-date information.

Shops remain opened. Opening times may differ from the information on this website.

Our tourist information office located on Kaiserstraße 72-74 remains opened as well with high security measures and a maximum of five people at a time.

The city of Karlsruhe provides up-to-date information on the corona crisis at or by phone +49 721/133-3333.

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