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When ghosts and witches break lose, there’s no stopping them from being all over Germany’s most popular theme park: From 23 September to 5 November, 180.000 pumpkins, 15.000 Chrysanthemums, 6.000 corn plants and 3.000 straw bales will make the park look pretty for Halloween. Combined with spider webs, vampires, trolls, skeletons and ghostly illuminations, an extraordinarily spooky atmosphere is guaranteed to capture all 15 European- themed areas and over 100 attractions and shows.
There’s more to this popular theme park than impressive decoration: The biggest pumpkin in the world invites brave visitors to ride at breakneck speeds on the Pumpkin Coaster. In Halloween village, children can get a skeleton styling with face paint and wild hairstyles or try a few treats in the witches' kitchen. There’s a Halloween parade every day where scary pirates, wrinkled witches and other monsters get together to scare and amaze all visitors. A special highlight takes place on Luxembourg square when the underworld dance evokes dark forces and ghosts. In the Dutch area, scary music, fog and lightening make coffee cups turn into "Griezelkopjes". Feria Swing in the Spanish area shows you how to reach the limits of centrifugal force, while hordes of pumpkin imps await visitors in Grimms’ Enchanted Forest. Europa-Park displays true works of art, too: figures such as a tractor, a Swiss Alphorn player or wild animals cut out of pumpkins impress adults and children alike. The newest attraction, Voletarium, invites visitors to embark on a breath-taking flight across Europe. Do you think passengers will recognize the Swiss cities they’re flying over?
Europa-Park is opened daily from 9 am to 6 pm throughout the summer season until 5 November 2017 (longer opening hours in the main season). More information can be found here.
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