Europa Park last week opened its new indoor water park, Rulantica. At 32,600 square meters (350,900 square feet), the Nordic-themed park is one of the largest indoor water parks in the world.Germany's
To give you a better idea what Rulantica looks like inside, here is the park's opening promotional video (in German):
And here is Rulantica's line-up of attractions, listed by themed land and starting with the giant wave pool at the heart of Rulantica and continuing clockwise around the park:
Lumåfals (Land of Mermaids and Waterfalls)
Vinterhal (Glacier Mountain)
Skog Lagoon (Forest Lagoon)
Skip Strand (Adventure Pool)
Rangnakor (The City on Stilts)
Trølldal (Land of the Trolls, Children's area)
The park is open from 10am to 10pm daily, with one hour of early admission starting at 9am for Europa Park's hotel guests. (The park will be closed on Christmas, Christmas Eve and January 17, and will close at 7pm on New Year's Eve.) Current admission is €38.50 for adults and €35.50 for children ages 4-11 as well as adults with disabilities. Evening tickets, valid after 5pm, are €3 less. Lockers are €1 a day, and Rulantica is using a cashless "Rula" wristband system for purchases inside the park.Tweet
It’s the wristband system.
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Bold move to allow people to carry drinks in the water. How exactly do guests pay for those? Do they carry their wallets while swimming?