Europa Park

09 October 2017

Visiting Germany's largest theme park at this time of year is extra special as it transforms into a Halloween Wonderland...

The annual visit to Europa Park is a real highlight in the IMI social calendar and gives our students some well-earned respite from their studies.

Germany’s largest fun park is themed around 12 European countries and offers different areas reflecting these distinct nations.

Rides, restaurants, performances and entertainers ensure that visitors leave the park feeling thoroughly elated and already looking forward to the next visit.

For our students, the October trip was extra special as the whole park transforms into a Halloween playground.

Spooky performers parade down pumpkin-lined alleys and strange and mysterious creatures lurk around every corner.

This all adds to the spectacle of the day and our students were frighted and delighted in equal measure.

At IMI, we encourage our students to make the most of all of their time with us in Switzerland – not just time spent in the classroom.

Europa Park, and the many other activities and excursions we organise, are a big part of this experience and create the memories which can last our students a lifetime!

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