For the first time in its history, Europa-Park, Germany’s largest theme park, will remain open between the Halloween and winter seasons.
Named ‘HALLOWinter’, the season will offer guests the chance to experience a combination of spooky attractions and events and beautiful winter weeks. From November 9 until November 27, 2020, Europa-Park will be decorated in a Halloween/winter inspired wonderland.
Witches in red pointed hats, elaborately decorated pumpkin figures, and roasted almonds served with mulled wine, will play centre stage in the HALLOWinter event.
An ice-rink and ski slope are being prepared in the Scandinavian themed area of Europa-Park. In the Greek area, guests will be able to cool down in the Poseidon water rollercoaster.
Another key feature of the season will undoubtedly be Europa-Park’s new themed adventure ride for all the family – ‘Pirates of Batavia’.
The theme park’s classic Halloween season begins on September 26 and runs until November 8. The classic winter season starts on November 28 until January 10, 2021.