Tips for children

at the Europa-Park Hotels

Breakfast with Ed Euromaus or his friends

Ed Euromaus or his friends come and meet our little hotel guests every morning between 8 and 10am (summer season) or between 9 and 10am (winter season) in the different restaurants of the Europa-Park Hotels.

Kids corner (Hotel 'Colosseo')

The 'construction site' in the lobby of hotel 'Colosseo' is a paradise for little climbers. The perfect meeting point for all kids who want to romp around. A secret passage through the climbing nets goes upwards and a slide carries the kids back to the ground floor.

Treasure hunt

Explore the pirate treasure hunt in "Pirates Club", Hotel "Bell Rock" starting 8pm. Further informations are available at the hotel reception.

Children’s disco

On summer evenings, children are very welcome to take part in and have fun at our children’s disco with Ed Euromaus on the open-air stage in the spanish themed area. (winter season: the children's disco in the hotel 'El Andaluz')

'Campo del Mare' at the themed hotel 'Colosseo'

A large ship with water slights is the most popular attraction of our water playground. Colourful tortoise spout water and dolphins spit fountains – here at the 'Campo del Mare' all children will be very excited (only during summer)!

Pueblo del Agua (Hotel 'Castillo Alcazar')

A huge and colourful kid’s climbing tower with a water chute and big whales cater for fun at 'Pueblo del Agua', the 'water village'. Different fountains are perfect for a cooling and the children’s eyes will sparkle with joy (summer season).

Prizes & Awards

The Europa-Park Theme Park & Resort has been a winner of the regional awards 'familien-ferien' (family holidays).

Tips for Kids in our restaurants

  • Kids menus in our service restaurants
  • Children's buffets in the restaurants 
  • Family drink special in a 0.5l carafe at a special price
  • Children's cloakrooms in all restaurants
  • Childproof dishes & glasses as well as children's cutlery available upon request
  • Children's birthday with Ed Euromaus and his friends