Short lines, coronavirus precautions greet visitors to Germany’s largest theme park for the fall season
As the coronavirus resurges in Europe, the last thing many families are thinking about is a theme park vacation.
But this might be a good time to visit Europa Park in Germany.
The park is in Rust, a small town in southwestern Germany, about 2 ½ hours away from Kaiserslautern, between Freiburg im Breisgau and Strasbourg. It’s Germany’s largest theme park and is where I took my family for an early fall vacation.
We reserved a local apartment in the city rather than a hotel, as we didn’t want to be cramped.
Due to coronavirus restrictions, the park is limiting the number of tickets sold per day, and they are only available online.
Like any of the Disney theme parks, there are rides to suit almost everyone. The park