I'm guessing the screen will look better in person, they always tend to look rubbish in photos, especially when there's not much ambient light.Looks very good indeed. I love everything except for the huge mermaid screen behind the wave pool.
I really want to see more videos and images of the area surrounding the trap-door slides. I love the architectural style of those wooden houses that they weave in and out of.
I've never been to a Disney or Universal Waterpark, but generally, they take pride in hiding the actual real-life engineering aspects of anything they do within the theming, while this is still clearly just some facades in a warehouse. Beautiful facades in a beautiful warehouse that is, but it still resembles more of a Waterpark that has been put effort into, rather than a fully immersive world.Maybe it's just me, but I'm actually a bit underwhelmed by this. It just looks a bit bare? Like budget cuts affected the final product?
I don't know, I can't really put my finger on it, but I was expecting more from EP.
Fairly sure they had 3 phases planned from when they broke ground. They've definitely had forms of expansion in mind since we heard anything about it.The thing that amazes me the most is they're already prepping a expansion for this thing.
This was filed back in January, and includes another hotel and an expanded outdoor section as well as an expansion to the current indoor section, and a monorail connecting it to Europa Park. Probably opening in 2021.
I find most water parks are like this and I've never known why. Even in the big Florida water parks (the only ones I've done) the slides are very samey and have very little theming, but the lazy rivers look incredible. Are there some regulations that make all slides look so similar?I was feeling slightly underwhelmed until I saw the nighttime video then I realised how much atmosphere the place will have. My main concern is that majority of the attractions are off the shelf tube slides that will ride the same whether they're in a bare concrete waterpark or Rulantica. It seems that only the lazy river and outdoor rapids will feel like bespoke themed experiences. That said I think it will be an amazing few hours and I highly anticipate my visit next April, this isn't a place that can be fairly judged on photos and videos.