Europa-Park, Germany’s largest theme park, will reopen its doors on April 1st with a spectacular programme of seasonal events running until November. The summer season will be followed by a Christmas and winter schedule from November 25th until early January next year.
Europa-Park’s Ed Euromaus has begun his first trip to the UK and his #nextstop will be the nation’s capital, London. Flying on one of four daily direct Eurowings flights from Stuttgart Airport in the beautiful county of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Ed will be arriving in London this weekend.
While a theme park might not seem the most natural location for a serious business meeting, Europa Park could be just the destination to prove the doubters wrong. Here Breaking Travel News editor visits to see just what makes the destination one of the most visited attractions in Germany.
Europa Park is about to begin the 2016 season with a focus on families. A new themed area, Ireland – Children’s World, will play a key role in the park’s offering this year, when it opens in late spring. Home to numerous attractions, it will welcome a large indoor play area and a range of new culinary delicacies, and is expected to be the highlight of the new season.