Rulantica July 2019 Update
Friday 26th July 2019
The countdown has begun and it isn’t long until Rulantica opens at Europa Park. Opening on 28th November 2019, Europa Park doesn’t have long until the huge waterpark opens to the public and press. The multiple million pound waterpark has already started testing some of the attractions such as the lazy river and recently one of the water slides with human test subjects. Over the past week all of the water slides have been completed and sections of the exterior of the water have started to be themed and CCTV installed outside.
The two water fountains outside the entrance for Rulantica have also begun testing. The mermaids on the sides of one of the water features shoot water from both the mouths and clams of the mermaids and the large water source of Rulantica has water trickling down from the top. Looking the same as the one in the musical inside the park.
Looking inside the water park when its dark outside, you can see more elements such as a large TV screen towards the back. The wave pool and a large beach hut. We can’t wait to see Rulantica completed. When chatting to some staff about the area they said there expecting the outside to be completed by the end of September. So it sounds like guests will be able to walk right up close before Rulantica officially opens.
June 2019 Rulantica Update
Friday 7th June 2019
Work is continuing at Europa Park to get Rulantica ready for it's official opening November 28th, 2019. Featuring 25 thrilling attractions and a poolside bar, the water park is the biggest investment into the Europa Park portfolio ever seen.
On 27th May 2019 the park officially opened the hotel Krønasår which sits opposite Rulantica, with the hotel fully open it allowed us to get a much closer look at some of the construction currently taking place. Due to the size and nature of the Rulantica project different aspects of the waterpark are taking shape daily. During our stay teams were hard at work installing sound systems whilst others were working on other areas of the waterpark.
Although nothing can be seen within the inside of the water park, when taking the shuttle bus too and from hotel Krønasår you get a quick glance inside the large glass fronted building. On different occasions we spotted the slide construction and internal theming starting to appear with Scandinavian styled trees being placed within the complex.
The main entrance to Rulantica is also taking shape where an impressive water feature has been installed.The entrance to Rulantica for hotel guests will be exclusively via the link bridge directly connected to hotel Krønasår, with normal day guests entering via the main entrance below.
With just 173 days to go, there's still a lot of work to be done before the water park opens to the public. But we can’t wait to see how the final finished project will look!
Vildstrøm in Rulantica Testing
Thursday 6th June 2019
It’s may still be 173 days until Rulantica officially opens at Europa Park, but new milestones are being achieved by the day.
The waterparks outdoor thrilling white water river called Vildstrøm, had its first test with water yesterday. The outdoor rapids look to be very similar to what we have in the uk at Centre Parks, With a long and complex layout of tight turns and fast corners guaranteed to provide some fast paced action. Although the new expansion doesn't open until 28th November this year, the park has started testing certain elements. This testing process is likely to be one of many, to ensure that guests receive the best experience when visiting Rulantica.
Tweeted from the Europa Park Rulantica account earlier:
Water march! Today we have filled "Vildstrøm," the rousing wild stream of #Rulantica, with water for the first time. Good news: Everything went smoothly!
Europa-Park Officially Opens Krønasår – The Museum Hotel
Friday 24th May 2019
Today marks another historic day for the Mack Family with the official opening of Krønasår – The Museum-Hotel. This 4* superior hotel is the sixth Europa-Park hotel to join the already impressive line-up. Hotel Krønasår is themed in the style of a natural history museum with a nordic ambience, in order to create this the Mack family have devoted time and effort into the design and styling of every single aspect of the hotel. Covering a total area of 30,981m² and consisting of 7 floors, Krønasår has a total of 276 themed rooms available, and 28 stylish suites for guests to enjoy after a long day in the theme park. Each room has been designed right down to the last detail, and will ensure guest get to experience the mysterious place that is Hotel Krønasår.
In the entrance area of the hotel guests will get a firsthand look at ‘Svalgur’ the sea serpent skeleton, who is suspended from the roof of the building. This centerpiece is a snapshot of the theming and design work that has gone into making the hotel what it is today.The opening of Hotel Krønasår is a crucial part of the resorts extension, from 28th November 2019 Rulantica the parks new waterpark will open to the public. The waterpark is directly linked to Hotel Krønasår via a walkway and forms part of the story created by MackMedia about the legendary island Rulantica.
Food And Drink Offerings At the Hotel
With the opening of Hotel Krønasår comes a new selection of restaurants and facilities for guest to enjoy. ‘Tre Krønen’ a fine dining restaurant offers 360 tables (including inside and out) as well as exclusive ‘Chef’s tables’ for up to 20 people where you get the chance to view the kitchen and chefs at work. Another restaurant within the hotel is Bubba Svens. In the style of an old boat house this over 900 seater restaurant has seating inside and out and offers food for the whole family to enjoy. For the adults amongst us a two story bar ‘Bar Erikssøn’ awaits, in the style of Nordic discoverer again offers both seating inside and out. This is the perfect place to wind down and enjoy your evening.
The opening of Hotel Krønasår has expanded Europa Parks total hotel capacity to 5,800 beds and has introduced 250 new jobs. The list of facilities available at the hotel are endless from electric charging, to ‘Vineta’ a 260 person function room available to hire. To ensure guests can get from the hotel to the theme park a shuttle bus service is available. This service directly links Hotel Krønasår to the other resort hotels, this service is available from early morning till late evening every 15-30 minutes.
Hotel Krønasår is open to guests from 31st May 2019
All Information and media has been provided by Europa Park
Rulantica Opening Date Confirmed
Wednesday 27th March 2019
Europa Park has announced via their website that the huge waterpark called Rulantica will be opening on 28th November 2019. Costing 38.50 euro per adult and 35.50 euro per child the water park features 25 thrilling attraction that promise plenty of water fun and an unforgettable adventure for the whole family.
The new water world will be open for you all year round. A shuttle bus will connect Krønasår with the other Europa-Park hotels. Hotel guests of Krønasår - The Museum-Hotel have a direct access to the water park. In the 32,600 square metre indoor area, water lovers can expect nine exciting Nordic-themed areas.
Admission into the water world can only be guaranteed with prior reservation for a specific day of visit. More information about the online booking will follow shortly.
Upon availability there may be tickets available at the cashier on the day for an extra charge.
Admission tickets to Europa-Park do not entitle you to enter the water world.
Additional information about VIP cabanas, swimming rules and offers will follow shortly.