Europa-Park has launched a new attraction called 'Arthur – In the Minimoys Kingdom’, based on film trilogy 'Arthur and the Invisibles’.
The indoor attraction features adapted scenes from director Luc Besson’s films, which depict the secret world of tiny creatures known as Minimoys and is hidden under a 15-metre dome on an island surrounded by two streams and Grimm’s enchanted forest. Visitors can experience seven underground kingdoms on a 550m-long flight on the main ride, Arthur, which features rotating cars suspended from a track.
Other rides include a ten-metre-tall children’s free-fall tower shaped like a poppy, a large slide area and a 'mül-mül' carousel. Adults and children aged four or above can also assist the Minimoys in a treasure hunt.
The park is open for its summer season until November 2 from 09:00-18:00 daily (longer opening times during peak season).
Adult entry is £34 and the park also offers reductions on two-day tickets and free entrance for children on their birthday (ID required).
Agents booking in advance for their clients can offer a 20% saving for an overnight stay with breakfast and admission to the park.
As an example, a stay at the four-star Hotel El Andaluz leads in at £191 per night for two adults and two children.
For details see www.europapark.de