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Europapark in Germany

Allie

Posted:
5/28/00 at
4:05:18 AM

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I am going to Europapark next week and I need some help. Last time we went we spent the whole day wandering in circles looking for the coasters and we only discovered some of them on our way out of the park. The information brochure they give you at the gate is about as worthless as it can be. I have been looking for some coaster reviews and I really want to know where we should concentrate our time. Can someone tell me where the best rides are and give me a few mini-reviews of the park? I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

Re: Europapark in Germany by Jakob at 5/28/00 6:05:03 AM

> I am going to Europapark next week and I need
> some help. Last time we went we spent the whole
> day wandering in circles looking for the coasters
> and we only discovered some of them on our way
> out of the park. The information brochure they
> give you at the gate is about as worthless as it
> can be. I have been looking for some coaster
> reviews and I really want to know where we should
> concentrate our time. Can someone tell me where
> the best rides are and give me a few mini-reviews
> of the park? I would really appreciate it.
> Thanks.

First,I would buy a extra-prospek for three Mark. In this prospect there is a quite big park map integrated. I make now a review of the theme areas:
In Germany you can't find any attraction. It is just the mainstreet.
In Italy, there is a nice ghost house.
The first coaster is hidden in the great silver sphere in France. It is a dark coaster built by mack. There is as well a small dark ride, concerning dinosaurier (nothing big). At least there is a 70m high Intamin "euro Tower".
Next to France is Suisse with the next coaster, a (short) Mack Bobsled coaster and "Matterhorn Blitz), a wild mouse with a vertical lift.
I'm awfully sorry, but I think the new water coaster in Greece won't be open until the 12th of June. But I think the new haunted swing is already opened. As you perhaps yet realized, all big attractions and coasters are on the eastern side of the park. As well as the spinning coaster Euro Mir, which is fun, but not a really thrill ride. In Holland there is the big dark ride "Pirates in Batavia". Skandinivia holds the intamin rapid Fjord-Rafting and a Huss giant swing.
Last but not least there is austria with the powered coaster and the flume ride, and Spain with only two flats and a show. For having a good overview of the park, I would take at the main gate the big monorail.
I hope, I helped a little bit and for further questions, you can e-mail me.
Jakob

Re: Europapark in Germany by Big Drop at 5/29/00 8:38:16 PM

> First,I would buy a extra-prospek for three Mark.
> In this prospect there is a quite big park map
> integrated. I make now a review of the theme
> areas:
> In Germany you can't find any attraction. It is
> just the mainstreet.
> In Italy, there is a nice ghost house.
> The first coaster is hidden in the great silver
> sphere in France. It is a dark coaster built by
> mack. There is as well a small dark ride,
> concerning dinosaurier (nothing big). At least
> there is a 70m high Intamin "euro
> Tower".
> Next to France is Suisse with the next coaster, a
> (short) Mack Bobsled coaster and "Matterhorn
> Blitz), a wild mouse with a vertical lift.
> I'm awfully sorry, but I think the new water
> coaster in Greece won't be open until the 12th of
> June. But I think the new haunted swing is
> already opened. As you perhaps yet realized, all
> big attractions and coasters are on the eastern
> side of the park. As well as the spinning coaster
> Euro Mir, which is fun, but not a really thrill
> ride. In Holland there is the big dark ride
> "Pirates in Batavia". Skandinivia holds
> the intamin rapid Fjord-Rafting and a Huss giant
> swing.
> Last but not least there is austria with the
> powered coaster and the flume ride, and Spain
> with only two flats and a show. For having a good
> overview of the park, I would take at the main
> gate the big monorail.
> I hope, I helped a little bit and for further
> questions, you can e-mail me.
> Jakob
This is the most beautiful park in the world. Don't be so narrowminded not to look at features, structures and thematic elements other than coasters. There is nothing at Disney or Busch as intricately conceived and built as at this, the largest European park. This park is not about coasters. It is about levels of craftsmanship and fantasy and the family's pride in the park they built so that others from around the world could only wish this park were closer to them.
Enjoy Europa Park. It is the most beautiful in the world.