The Voletarium is the biggest financial investment in a single destination in the history of Europa-Park. Despite the long conception duration, “Task V”– as it was described up until the main name was revealed this spring– was built on website in simply 9 months. It’s now the very first huge tourist attraction visitors come across when travelling through the front gate of the popular park in Rust near Freiburg, Germany.
Integrating a story including the imaginary Eulenstein siblings and their imagine flight, it becomes part of a broader Experience Club of Europe (ACE) story which will be encompassed a number of other Europa-Park destinations over the coming years.
Michael Mack, Europa-Park’s CEO, has actually currently gone on record as stating that the flying theatre as a category represents “among the most amazing destinations on the planet.” As Handling Director of the park however likewise creator of MackMedia, he was carefully included with the production of the Voletarium, which takes visitors on a four-and-a-half minute flight over 15 landmarks and landscapes from 11 European countries.
” The Voletarium lacks doubt the most intricate job I have actually given the world in my life up until now,” keeps in mind Mack. “However, above all, it’s something extremely unique for me since it integrates my 2 enthusiasms: mechanical engineering and filmmaking.”
With just Futuroscope and Ferrari Land at PortAventura World up until now having actually opened such a destination in Europe, Europa-Park’s brand-new addition will offer numerous visitors with their first taste of such a media-based experience. In anticipation of its appeal, the park has actually developed a queue line 70 minutes in length. The Mack household was eager that visitors ought to be immersed in the story long prior to they step onto either among the two 70-seat i-Ride setups (by Brogent Technologies) at the heart of the tourist attraction.