Summer fun at Europa Park

13 July 2022

Out students had so much fun on their return to Germany's Europa Park - the second largest theme park in Europe...

One of the real positives of 2022 has been rediscovering the experiences that were denied to us during the Covid restrictions.

For the IMI students, this has meant being able to travel again, take part in sports and activities, and the return of school organised excursions.

One of our most popular trips has always been the Europa Park visit, where we take our students to Germany's largest them park.

 

Situated in the German town of Rust to the South-West of the country, the park is home to 13 different rollercoasters as well as its very own water park - Rulantica.

It name derives from the different section of the park, each of which represent a European country and offer traditional food and drink as well as themed rides and attractions.

It was an early start for our students, with the specially organised coach leaving at 07:00 but, after catching some extra sleep during the journey, they were ready for a full day of fun and action.

Sadia McDonald-Strand, IMI alumna and current Sales and Marketing team member, accompanied the students and loved seeing their reaction to being back on the road.

"The students here work incredibly hard, so it was amazing to be able to join them on an out-of-town adventure and watch them let loose," she explained.

"They seemed to have such a great time. So good in fact, that every single student slept the entire bus ride home!"

It's been great to start to return to a normal events calendar here at IMI and we look forward to seeing what fun and adventure the rest of 2022 brings...

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