Hi guys. Next year, I’m hoping that I may be able to go to Europa Park for the first time with my mum & dad, travel restrictions permitting, so I was only making a thread to ask; is there anything in particular I should know before my first visit? I thought it might be useful to ask you guys because TowersStreet also functions as a Europa Park fansite, and it would appear that many of you have a plethora of first-hand experience with Europa, so you might have some useful insights to offer! I do have a couple of specific questions of my own, though, if you wouldn’t mind answering them: Will I need to fluently speak German before visiting? Or at very least, should I learn some basic German phrases? I only ask because I want to be respectful to German culture, and I don’t want to take it for granted that everything is in English, and then get caught out when it isn’t; Europa almost primarily caters to Germany and France, doesn’t it? Is Europa easy to get to from Strasbourg? My parents have gone off the idea of staying in a Europa hotel, and are instead keen to book a house in Strasbourg for a week or so, adding a trip to Europa Park onto the holiday. I’m not 100% sure, but I think we’d be going at some point during the university summer holidays (June-September). Will 2 days be enough to get the most out of Europa Park? Will I be able to do all of the roller coasters (B-a-a-a aside, as I don’t do kiddie creds) in 1 day? Is there anywhere in particular I should head first rides-wise, or any particular way I should navigate the park? What are queues generally like during the summer? I would very much appreciate any advice!