A new family themed area called ‘Ireland – Children's World’ has opened at Europa-Park.

Located next to the English themed area, three bridges lead inquisitive visitors into a land of green hills, goblins, and castles where, throughout the 10,000sq.m of the Emerald Isle, visitors can find an array of attractions, gastronomic offerings and shows.

Hidden inside a red brick building, the new children's swing boat ‘Dancing Dingie’ lays in the dock for brave sailors to embark on a stormy ride, swinging backwards and forwards and also in circles. Meanwhile mini seamen can set sail in their little boats at the ‘Sheep Rock’ boat carousel and, for children three and above and at least 95cm tall, the new children's rollercoaster ‘Ba-a-a Express’ awaits to take them on their first taste of a real rollercoaster as it rolls along rugged rocks, over green hills, and past grazing sheep.

At Old Mac Donald's Tractor Fun, junior farmers can chug slowly in life-sized tractors along fruit and vegetable gardens, whilst parent passengers take their seats in the back. Packed with mazes, slides, and climbing areas and spread over three levels a 600sq.m hall makes up Limerick Castle. High in the air lays the fairy realm, where courageous visitors will join the Quipse to discover a little village of huts, connected by wooden beams and nets.

Meanwhile, parents can relax next-door in The O'Mackay's Café and Pub with a cold Guinness. The new restaurant features a sun terrace and traditional pub on the first floor.

For further information visit europapark.de

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