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Another great project successfully completed at Phantasialand.

Klugheim is the name of the trendiest attraction when it comes to the best European Multi-coasters. With a medieval setting and ambiance, Klugheim offers a journey back in time along with the adventure of two roller coasters, RAIK (boomerang Coaster), and TARON (High-speed Coaster).

The latter is considered the finest and one of the fastest Roller Coasters in Europe due to the speed and immersive scenery it provides. For two years, the Universal Rocks team of 30 talented artists was part of this magnificent project, creating approximately 30,000 meters of artificial rock. Universal Rocks themed this area by reproducing Basalt mountains, historical buildings, and a significant part of the scenery of this epic village, which is said to have fallen victim to a volcano.

Having achieved 6 world records, Klugheim opened its doors last June to bring more mystique and adrenaline to the bravest visitors at Phantasialand, who patiently waited about 5 hours in queues to visit this village. Klugheim is eagerly awaiting your visit.

World Records


  • The fastest roller coaster in the world
  • The longest roller coaster in the world
  • The fastest catapult launch in the world
  • 58 points of intersection, totaling 116 points of intersection throughout the entire track. World record for a roller coaster.


  • The fastest family shuttle coaster in the world
  • The longest family shuttle coaster in the world
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