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Europa-Park, Germany: Christmas thrills and traditions combined for the 2016/2017 Winter Season

Europa-Park in Germany
A special treat to create that magical anticipation of Christmas - plus long lasting childhood memories - is a trip to Europa-Park in Germany. The Christmas and winter season at Germany’s largest theme park combines heart-warming traditions such as carol concerts, ice skating, mulled wine and ginger bread - with rollercoaster exhilaration.

n this sparkling Christmas setting, visitors are greeted on arrival by the sights and aromas of Christmas: from the snow covered trees, to the smell of mulled wine and festive food, the thousands of glittering lights, to masses of shining Christmas baubles and decorations, to cosy log fires in Europa-Park hotels. A highlight is the daily ‘Winter Starlight Parade’ which visitors can follow through the Park. Explore the cosy Christmas Market in the German Alley, with its quaint wooden stalls offering seasonal gifts, crafts, and decorations, all set against the backdrop of the Balthasar Castle and when night time falls, torches are lit and log fires illuminate the paths and stalls.

In addition to Europa-Park’s award winning rides and rollercoasters, there are numerous seasonal attractions. You can ride on bob-ski or go ice skating on the lake at ‘Scandinavia’. Head to ‘Ireland’, where children can enjoy the new indoor play area and ‘The Secrets of Limerick Castle’ show (see website for show times) and Europa-Park’s mascot, Ed Euromaus can be found here in his cosy caravan. A ride on the 55-meter-high ‘Bellevue’ big wheel in the Portuguese themed area provides a wonderful view over the whole of Europa-Park’s dazzling winter wonderland and if you want to deliver a letter to Santa, head over to his office in Europa-Park’s Russian themed area.

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