we welcome you at Europa-Park and hope that you will have an eventful and unforgettable stay. This guide contains imortant information and tips to help you organise your stay at Europa-Park.
Smart tips for big adventures
Wheelchair users and blind persons get free admission to Europa-Park. On presentation of your handicapped ID with a ”B” (accompanying person required), we offer a reduced price for the accompanying person.
You can get information about Europa-Park in the Information Offices, which are located at the main entrance, by the lake (Adventure Land), by the Euro-Tower and in Spain. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact one of our staff members. For suggestions and comments, please contact one of our Information Offices.
The EP-Express gives you a tour through the whole park and has special seats for wheelchair users in the rear part of the train. For wheelchair users it is best to enter the train in the Spanish station (steep ramps, but with places to take a break). In Greece, you will find a lift next to the entrance of the station. The accompanying person should contact the train operator in order to use the lift. The best stations to exit the train are in Germany and Greece.
Find out more about food intolerances on our information flyer.
The themed areas Switzerland, Spain and Greece are a little more difficult to enter for wheelchair users because of the paving.
In the front area of the visitor car park, you will find reserved parking spaces for guests with reduced mobility. Parking is free of charge, if you present your handicapped ID when leaving the car park.
At the main entrance, you can rent a wheelchair for a charge of 3,-€. Depending on availability, you can rent a wheelchair for the duration of your stay at Europa-Park (deposit of identity card required). Of course you can also make reservations for a wheelchair in advance.
Special wheelchair accessible toilets are located at the main entrance, in Germany, Italy, France, Greece, Russia, Scandinavia, Spain and Austria (across from the exit of the Tirol Log Flume).
The First-Aid Station is located next to the roller coaster Euro-Mir in Russia. There, you can find trained first-aid staff during the opening hours of Europa-Park. In addition, first-aid attendants are walking through the park in regular intervals. In an emergency, please contact one of our staff members.
Information about our attractions and shows
At Europa-Park, guests with disabilities can enjoy most of the attractions and shows. However – except for the EP-Express – it is necessary that you leave your wheelchair when using the attractions.
All shows have reserved places for wheelchair users. When entering the ”Teatro dell’Arte“ and the ”Globe Theater“, please use the side entrance/exit.
If you can not find a special entrance for wheelchair users, please contact one of our staff members, who will be glad to assist you.
For safety restrictions imposed by the TÜV (Technical Inspection Authority), wheelchair users and blind persons can not use the following attractions:
|| Ghost Castle
|| Pirates in Batavia
| Swiss Bob Run
|| Tirol Log Flume
| Alpine Coaster "Enzian"
|| Water Coaster Poseidon
|| Cassandra"s Curse
| Silver Star
|| Atlantica SuperSplash
|| Atlantis Adventure
| blue fire Megacoaster
| Volo Da Vinci
If you are able to see warning signs and ways visually and are able to go down paths or down high stairs yourself, then you are welcome to go on the ride. For further information please contact our friendly staff at the information point on the sea in the middle of the park (English Themed Area).