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Themed Areas

Over 100 attractions and fabulous shows, 13 rollercoasters, and 15 European themed areas will exceed even the wildest expectations!

Enjoy special moments with family and friends unwinding from your daily routine. Situated in the culturally rich and scenic border region where Germany meets France and Switzerland, is the largest seasonal theme park in the world - spreading its magic to over 5,5 million visitors per year.

Regardless of the time of year, there are endless highlights to make any visit an experience of a lifetime!

All themed areas at a glance...

Adventure Land

Enjoy pure lake adventures and beautiful nature

ARTHUR - In the Minimoys Kingdom

Nature becomes a huge adventure in a 10,000m² experience for the whole family


Begin your adventurous day at Europa-Park with an excursion into Germany


Welcome to Merry Old England with it's elegant glass pavilion, nostalgic merry-go-round with antique hand carved horses, and majestic statue of Queen Victoria


Bonjour! The scent of freshly baked bread and hot crêpes floats in the air amid typical French flair


Enter the land of the Gods and experience the Mediterranean joy of living


Submerge yourself in a land of immortal legends, myths, fairies, and trolls

Ireland – Children’s World

Europa-Park's 14th European country - Ireland

The Netherlands

A characteristic windmill awaits you in the picturesque Dutch village


Our first European themed area back in 1981 still has all its Mediterranean charm

Grimm's Enchanted Forest

Step into your favourite tales from the Brothers Grimm


Journey up hill and down dale in the mountains


The Historama at the heart of Europa-Park is all about the history of Germany's largest theme park.


Follow in the footsteps of famous exploreres discovering new shores 


Enter the mystical empire of the Tsars full of golden domes and shimmering splendour


Step into the Swiss Alps and experience roaring rides and delicious delicacies


Adventure and mystery lies amid colourful wooden houses and a Norwegian stave church


White facades, chiselled balconies, Moorish gates, and picturesque fountains - you might think you're actually in historic Seville