Monegasque Princely Family visits Europa-Park and Rulantica

This weekend, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco visited the Europa-Park Resort for a three-day private stay with his children, Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. The Monegasque royal family came to Rust at the personal invitation of Europa-Park owner Roland Mack, who was a member of the jury of the famous Monaco circus festival for many years.

The monarch and his twin children, who will soon be seven years old, visited Europa-Park for the first time and enjoyed the eerily beautiful Halloween atmosphere across the 15 European themed areas of the world's best theme park, which has once again been awarded a Golden Ticket Award. He expressed his enthusiasm about the quality of Europa-Park, both in terms of the decoration and the incredible variety of attractions, as well as the cleanliness. The prince, who was once a pilot of the Monegasque Bobsleigh Team, also raced down the bobsleigh run in the Swiss themed area. The prince also had a lot of fun with his children at the Rulantica water world with its numerous slides and Nordic-inspired decorations. At the end of his visit, Prince Albert II thanked Roland Mack and his brother Jürgen and praised the admirable work that had gone into creating the Europa-Park Resort. "Our thanks go to the Mack family for their hospitality and generosity. We had a really wonderful experience and wish you all the best for the future", he commented and promised to come back to Europa-Park soon.

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  • The Monegasque Princely Family with Roland and Jürgen Mack in front of the "blue fire Megacoaster powered by Nord Stream 2"