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Europa Park in Rust, Germany

 
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At the end of our holiday we visit Europa Park just 230 km from Ravensburg, the second biggest amusement park in Europe (the first is Disneyland in Pairs). This park is maintained by a lot of countries, like Germany, France, Russia, Iceland, Greece, Italy, etc. When you arrive the park is like a town, a lot of buildings, and you can clearly distinguish in witch country you actually are, the music and the buildings are specific for every country. A lot of artists on the streets, playing with the visitors, like pirates or Mickey mouse :)

The park has a lot of attractions like roller coasters, and boats, and 4D cinema, etc. You can find there attractions for any ages, for kids and for parents also.

We tried the big roller coasters first, Blue Fire, Euro Mir, Silver Star, and Euro Sat, wow man, it was really scary, but cool. Than we tried some from the water land like Poseidon which is actually a roller coaster than ends in water, and you get vet :), and Fjord rafting.

We spent the entire day there, was really nice day.

Unfortunately we didn't take much pictures because we put our camera and begs in a locker just at the entrance of the park, but you can easy find a lot of videos on youtube if you search for europa park or the name of the roller coasters mentioned above.

 

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Two weeks in Germany - overview

1. Nov 30, 1999 Europa Park in Rust (Rust)  (* 4)
2. Jun 22, 2010 Ravensburg (Ravensburg)  (* 10)
3. Jun 23, 2010 Things to do in Constance (Constance)  (* 22)
4. Jun 24, 2010 Short visit in Munich (Munich)  (* 27)
5. Jun 26, 2010 What to see in Waldburg (Waldburg)  (* 16)
6. Jun 26, 2010 What to visit in Weingarten (Weingarten)  (* 11)

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