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Park News


New Europa- Park hotel open, plus new ride in the pipeline


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n Friday 24 May, after 20 months of construction, the Mack family opened the new 4-star superior hotel "Krønasår" in the presence of over 200 international media representatives. From 31 May, the hotel will offer stylish


accommodation in a Nordic ambience for up to 1,300 overnight guests. There is also plenty to discover in culinary terms: The "Bubba Svens" restaurant, designed in the style of an old boathouse, offers a wide range of options for the


whole family. In the fine dining restaurant "Tre Krønen", the menu also leaves nothing to be desired and the "Café Konditori" and the "Bar Erikssøn" complete the gastronomic offer in the seven-storey hotel. The sixth adventure hotel of Europa-Park, "Krønasår - The Museum-Hotel", forms an essential part of the resort extension around the impressive water world Rulantica, which opens on 28 November and every day from 11 to 22 o'clock lots of water fun and will offer an unforgettable adventure for the whole family. In other news, Europa-Park, has appointed design and build company Jora Vision, specialised in immersive experiences and attractions, to develop a new exciting dark ride. The new ride, named “Snorri Touren”, will be created in the basement of the re- build and soon to open Scandinavian area of the park and is based on the story of the mythical world of Rulantica, developed by the design team of Mack Solutions. Robin van der Want, project development director at Jora Vision said. “The last couple of years we have created several amazing dark rides, such as the “Thea” awarded Bazyliszek in Poland and the Raving Rabbits Time Machine in Futuroscope. When Mack Solutions reached out to us about creating a dark ride based on the character Snorri, we were very excited. Not only did we get the chance to work together with the creative talents of Mack Solutions, Mack Animation and Mack Rides, but we were given the trust to translate their creative vision into a full concept design and execute the full project from schematic design up to the production of show sets.” Patrick Marx, project manager at Mack Solutions said: “The new to build Scandinavian area was perfect to integrate the theme of Rulantica, since the Nordic Scandinavian style fits with our story of Rulantica. In our story, the fishermen who live in this village have netted Rulantica artefacts and they found Snorri in a barrel. A new friendship grew with the villagers and Snorri found his home in the basement of one of the houses in the Scandinavian area.” Simeon van Tellingen, creative director at Jora Vision added: “From the basement Snorri has decided to set up his own travel agency. Boarding a patch together rubber boat, a custom designed vehicle we designed for Mack Rides, the visitors are mysteriously transported to Rulantica to explore its mystifying realms. What we love about this attraction is the combination of classic dark ride techniques, such as animatronics and elaborate show sets with on the other side state-of-the-art technology such as integrated media, lighting and yet to reveal special effects. Although it is designed to “wow” families with young children, it will definitely entertain guests of all ages.” Patrick Marx continued: “The creative chemistry with Jora Vision has been superb,


we are confident that they are the right partner for this project to bring the story to life and develop it further into a wondrous ride.” Jan Maarten de Raad, CEO at Jora Vision concluded: “The collaboration with


Europa-Park is great, together we form a dream team. I am sure that the passion of our joint adventure will come back into the overall experience and guest appreciation!” “Snorri Touren” is currently in production and is expected to open late 2019.


14 JUNE 2019


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