An impressive journey past rugged cliffs and breath-taking landscape awaits you! In only 2.5 seconds you will be catapulted from 0 to 100 km/h with the blue fire Megacoaster. Spectacular speedy turns take you past ragged Icelandic landscape by a hair’s breadth. The train wiggles past brittle cliffs over and over again and fights through rocks underground before finally turning through the highest looping of a catapult coaster in Europe.
The “Silver Star“ is one of the biggest and highest steel rollercoaster’s of Europa-Park and invites you to an exciting altitude flight. With a height of up to 73 meters, a maximum speed of 130 km/h and enormous centrifugal forces of 4G this ride guarantees a special combination of speed and weightlessness and is additionally a technical quantum leap.
The dream of flying becomes a reality! The ‘Voletarium’ in the German themed area invites visitors to embark on a breath-taking flight across Europe.
Enjoy a leisurely start to the ride as the cars wind themselves around the track inside one of two enormous mirrored towers and then, as you reach a height of 28m, get ready for the nosedive!
Race up and down around tight bends and straight into a black hole at a speed of 80km/h – all whilst your car is spinning 360º!
Enter the medieval castle covered in cobwebs – but once you’re inside there’s no way back! You are completely at the mercy of the restless ghosts.
Pass by gruesome creatures, through creepy scenery, and try ignore the eery voices and their threatening whispers.
Step into the Swiss Alps as you stroll through original chalets dating from 1785 with decorations, big families, and barn animal figures all adding to the mountain atmosphere! The Matterhorn Blitz awaits, and will whisk you off on a wild and rugged mountain valley ride.
PIRATEN IN BATAVIA
Accompany Bartholomeus van Robbemond on his search for the mystical Dagger of Batavia, the Fire Tiger. Legend has it that whoever owns the dagger of Batavia is invulnerable. No wonder then that not only van Robbemond is after the dagger.