Dear guests and friends of Europa-Park and Rulantica,
Europa-Park and our water world Rulantica are open. Ed Euromaus and Snorri cannot wait to welcome you soon!
The six themed hotels, the Camp Resort, the Europa-Park Camping as well as the hotel restaurants are looking forward to welcoming you as guests!
The health and safety of our guests and employees have always been our highest priority. It is our goal that you continue to feel safe and comfortable when visiting us. We have therefore decided to offer only date-specific tickets for Europa-Park in our online ticket shop. Rulantica tickets are already date-specific and can be purchased in the online ticket shop. Spontaneous visits are not possible in the current situation. Tickets will not be sold on-site.
We kindly ask you, dear guests, to observe the mandatory minimum distance as well as the additional hygiene guidelines which apply until further notice at Europa-Park, Rulantica, and the entire resort. It is in all our interest and responsibility to follow these rules and to be considerate of one another. You can find additional information on our website and on site:
- All information about Europa-Park
- All information about the water world Rulantica
- All information about the themed hotels, Europa-Park Camping, the Camp Resort, hotel restaurants and bars, as well as Wellness & Fitness
- All information for Clubcard members
- All information about the evening cinema
We follow the authorities guidelines and are in constant contact with the responsible authorities.
Overnight guests who travel to us from a zone with an increased risk of infection within Germany or life there, must present a negative Corona test which mustn’t be older than 48 hours. This test must be kept for 14 days. It is otherwise prohibited to accommodate those people (according to § 2 Corona VO Beherbergungsverbot). An area is classified as a zone with an increased risk of infection when the benchmark of 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants is surpassed. Numbers are based on the publications by the Rober-Koch-Institut.
Overnight guests who travel from a European High Risk Area, according to the Department of Social Affairs and Integration, must also provide a negative Covid-19 test which cannot be older than 48 hours at the time of entering the Federal Republic of Germany, and must keep that test for at least 14 days from the time of entry.
Day visitors, who want to travel to the Federal Republic of Germany from a European high-risk area must be able to present a negative Corona test when entering the country, according to the Corona regulation Immigration Quarantine.
In general, we recommend that guests from the affected areas postpone their visit to Europa-Park and the new Rulantica water world until further notice, if possible.
Your Mack Family
This information is constantly updated.
Subject to change.
Last updated on: 20.10.2020