Travel Tips for EuropaPark Rust – All of Europe in One Go
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Europa-Park Rust (Rust vacation rentals | Rust travel guide) unites the nicest spots from all over Europe in one location. The park takes you on an exciting and fun journey through Europe — including the most beautiful countries and areas of the continent as well as an Adventure Land and Children’s World for the very young. Below you will find a few travel tips on what you can see and do here.
Europa-Park Rust is more than only a theme park. It is a major resort, including several wellness hotels, a guesthouse, the so—called Tipi Village and a campsite. With more than four million visitors per year, this park is one of the best travel tips we can give. Europa-park is among the most popular ones worldwide and the biggest one in Germany. Additionally to the various themed areas and all in all 54 rides, you can visit several theaters and the Magic 4D Cinema, where the latest blockbusters are shown all day long.
The park presents mini versions of thirteen European countries, including re—creations of their particular icons. The most spectacular ones are the Globe, a replica of the original Shakespeare—Theatre in
Merry Old England, as well as a re—creation of the Roman Colosseum turned into a swank hotel. Adrenalin junkies will love the Euro—Mir in Little—Russia, a high—speed roller—coaster featuring cars rotating on their axis, indoor dark—ride elements, a nose—dive into a black hole at 50mph, blasting techno music and one of the longest ride times of any roller—coaster. These are just some examples of the many great things to see and do at this park. Europa-Park Rust is its own little universe — a place that provides excitement and fun, relaxation and wellness at the same time.
If you would like to get a sense of Europe but do not have the time to actually travel the continent, take this travel tip. Europa-Park Rust is the place to go!
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This travel guide has been written by Kathrin Wagner.
She grew up in a small town in Bavaria and then studied Media studies, Literature and History in Erlangen and Munich. As a student she already spent half a year in London and moved back there after graduation in 2006. She is still living in London, where she works in publishing.
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Kids ages 3 and under are free, admission per person per day up to 34 €
The season goes from beginning of April until end of October. Additionally there special Christmas shows put on in December.
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