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Rulantica – The new Water World at Europa-Park

Name: Rulantica – The new Water World at Europa-Park

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

Project scope: Development of the biggest water world in Europe; determining the strategy for the development of Europa-Pak during the next decades. 

Goal: Extension of Europa-Park as a short break destination; second park in in Rust to secure the location. 

Costs: One of the largest investments made by a family-run business in Baden-Württemberg

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

Realisation: Realising the project together with two well-known, family-run companies from the region – Rendler Bau GmbH as well as the Wilhelm Füssler Bau GmbH.

Total surface area: 450,000 square metre

Opening times: Year-round

Theming: Elaborate Nordic adventure world with eight themed areas

Attractions: A variety of water attractions for the whole family: 25 in total; among them 17 water slides, an indoor wave pool, a jet stream canal and a wild river

Indoor area: 32,600 square metre large, shell-shaped hall; 300,000 cubic metre building size; 4,000 square metre water surface area

Changing room area: 8,000 square metre;  3,588 lockers; 237 changing rooms in different sizes; 149 Changing room cubicles; 40 family changing cubicles

Common area:  1,700 deckchairs; Eight exclusive Cabañas with catering service

Outdoor area: 8,000 square metre; 500 square metre outdoor pool

Lounge area: 500 deckchairs

Catering: Two self-service restaurants, a café and a bar, as well as one pool bar indoors and one outdoors

Shopping: Three shops

Parking facilities: Over 800 car parking spaces

Employees: Approximately 250 new employees; a total of more than 4.250 employees (Europa-Park + new water world incl. hotel)

Ecology: Sustainability is very important to Europa-Park. In order to conserve nature and the environment, innovative technologies are used, for example, in the area of energy and water consumption, and careful attention is paid to the economical use of resources. In addition, numerous conservation projects, such as bee pavilions or amphibian biotopes, are being implemented in line with the construction measures.phibien-Biotope realisiert.

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