Trip Planning Guide

Trip Planning Guide

Here at EuropaStreet, we’re passionate about Europa Park and many of our members have been regular visitors since 2004. We know the rides, the food, the shows and the paths to get you there! As a result, we’ve developed an extensive guide giving you all the information you need on how to get there, where to stay and what to do when you get there.

Our current guide is the one which previously featured on TowersStreet Forums. Over the coming months, the guide will be fully rewritten and redeveloped with improved features for the 2018 season.

To help you easily budget your trip, we’ve converted prices in Euros (€) to British Pounds (£) at today’s market rates.

If you still have any questions after reading our guide, we have a dedicated Trip Planning Forum, where our community will be happy to help!

About Europa-Park

If you’ve never visited Europa-Park, or haven’t been for a while, check out our brief rundown of the park and the main rides and attractions

When To Visit

With events throughout the year, we run through how busy the park can be, how long you need to visit and typical opening hours

How To Get There

Despite being located in another country, Europa-Park is surprisingly easy to get to. We weigh up the options from flights, trains and driving

Where To Stay

As well as on site accommodation, Europa-Park is located in the village of Rust, meaning there’s accommodation available for all budgets

Park Tickets

Due to Europa-Park’s size, you’ll need multiple days to fully experience it. Our ticket guide will help you work out the best value option for your trip

Food & Drink

From burgers right up to Michelin starred restaurants, we guide you through where to eat on park through to evening meals at the hotels

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