Anyone who has always shied away from being spoiled for choice and couldn't decide between bright orange pumpkins and snow-covered Christmas trees should mark November bold in their calendar. For the first time in its history, Europa-Park is also open between the Halloween and winter seasons.
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Overcome time and space with YULLBE, the newest VR experience set to launch at Europa Park in September.
Just like the original, only even better! The Pirates in Batavia set sail once more.
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Preparations are in full swing, the anticipation is great: On 29th May 2020, Europa-Park will finally open its doors for visitors.
Europa Park is due to reopen Friday 29th May and due to local German authority rules, all guests must wear a protective face mask around the park and on rides.
Europa Park has announced that after delaying the opening of the theme park for 9 weeks, the park will reopen following the Coronavirus outbreak.
In the latest update shared by Michael Mack on twitter, the sign for Pirates in Batavia has returned. Restored to its former glory the sign for the ride remains the same, however, the facade for the ride's entrance has been changed slightly to fit in with the Adventure Club of Europe.
Europa Park was due to open for the 2020 Theme Park Season on 28th March 2020. However, due to the global pandemic, Corona Virus, the park's opening has been postponed until at least 19th April. Rulantica also remains closed during this time.
A new record has been set at Europa Park with more than 5.7 million visitors recorded for the 2019 season and the largest investment volume in Europa Park’s history.