03.04.2019
Facts & Figures

Rulantica – The new Water World at Europa-Park

 

Importance: Important milestone in the history of Europa-Park and by far the biggest project in the company’s history

Costs: €180 million investment (incl. infrastructure)

Responsibility: Project managed by the younger generation (Michael, Thomas and Ann-Kathrin Mack)

Realisation: Realisation by Rendler Bau GmbH and Wilhelm Füssler Bau GmbH

Building window: 14th September 2017 – Foundation stone ceremony; 11th December 2018 – Topping-out ceremony; 28th November 2019 – Opening

Total surface area: 450,000m2 (incl. expansion area)

Maximum capacity: 3,500 people (at the same time); up to 5,000 people (per day)

Prices: Infants (under 4): free; Children (aged 4 – 11): €35.50; Adults (aged 12+):                             €38.50

Admission into the water world is only possible when purchasing your tickets online in advance.

Bus shuttle: For hotel guests a bus shuttle between hotel Krønasår and the other Europa-Park hotels will be offered.

Theming: Elaborate Nordic adventure world with nine areas

Attractions: A variety of water attractions for the whole family; among them 17 water slides

Indoor area: 32,600m2 large, shell-shaped hall; 300,000m3 building volume; 4,000m2 water surface area

Outdoor area: 8.000m2; 500m2 outdoor pool

Changing room area: 8.000 m2, 3,500 lockers; 200 changing rooms in different sizes; among them 40 family changing cubicles

Common area: 1,700 deckchairs inside, 500 deckchairs outside; Eight exclusive Cabanas with catering service

Roof area: 11,000m2 (of which glazed: 2,000m2); Five timber roof trusses, each 87 meters long and weighing 85 tons

Catering: Two self-service restaurants, a café and a bar for the Cabanas, as well as one swim-up bar indoors and one outdoors

Shopping: Three shops

Parking facilities: Over 800 car parking spaces, 413 of them are covered (8.260 m²) with more than 2,950 photovoltaic-modules

Employees: 300 new employees

Ecology: Use of innovative technologies; economical use of resources; numerous conservation projects to balance impact, such as bee pavilions, game corridors and amphibious biotopes

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