- From € 40 * one-way with ICE International
- Travel time Amsterdam - Ringsheim: 6h20m
- Tip! Early booking = lowest prices
Europa Park: Germany’s biggest amusement park!
In this amusement park the world is literally at your feet. You can experience 14 European countries complete with architecture and food. Relax on an Italian square, settle down in Swiss mountain village or enjoy Dutch mini pancakes. But of course, it is all about the more than 100(!) attractions, shows and roller coasters! Read everything on the Europa Park website.
To Europa Park by train
Europa Park lies in the Black Forest. In Rust, to be precise, about 35 kilometres north of Freiburg and about 50 kilometres south of Staatsburg. With ICE International you can travel from the Netherlands directly to Offenburg and then catch a train to Ringsheim. Then the shuttle bus will bring you to the entrance of the park. Do not be put off by travel time by train. By bus it would take you 13 hours. Our tip: go to Europa Park for several days, otherwise you will only see half of it. That will definitely make the travel time worth it!
Children’s discount with ICE International
Children 14 years and younger, when accompanied, can travel with ICE International for free on the German part of the route. Up until the border, they will need a ticket. For children travelling alone, there is a 50% discount. When booking your train ticket online, the discount will automatically be included. You can book tickets for children travelling alone or between the ages of 12 and 14 via NS International Service Center or an NS International Ticket & Service offices at the larger stations.
Admission fees and opening hours
View the information about prices and opening hours of the Europa Park on the website of the park.
* Listed from-prices are based on one-way trips, 2nd class, from Amsterdam Central Station. All rates are subject to availability and applicable fare conditions.