With the aim of extending the season after the forced closure due to the Corona virus, the park will remain open to the public in the off-season with a hybrid themed offer.
Usually closed in November, Europa Park will welcome visitors between 9 and 27 November with animations highlighting the Halloween season just ended and the Christmas season to follow.
All attractions will be available to the public except for the Atlantica SuperSplash roller coaster and the Rafting Fjord, which are undergoing winter renovation.
The destination, which was one of the first to announce its reopening on 29 May, is maintaining its investments in CAPEX, which are essential to the park's attractiveness, while developing its offer with the opening at the end of 2019 of the Rulantica aquatic area, where 180 million euros have been invested. At the same time, after the Pirates of Batavia attraction was destroyed by fire, 2 years of work have allowed its reopening on July 28th as well as its restaurant.
Like all branches of tourism, theme parks have been strongly affected by the consequences of the health crisis, the outcome is not yet visible but optimism is in order, as illustrated by the Mack family, owner of the park. In Asia, the opening of the Universal Beijing Resort, scheduled for 2021, reflects this desire to project itself towards a better future for tourism and leisure activities.