Mighty fountains of fire, rumbling thunder and water shooting up meters high: Aztec god Tlaloc loves to play with the elements - and with his challengers! Face the divine forces and let yourself whirl headfirst through mythical Mexico. A real adventure for the very daring - and their audience!
An elaborate Aztec temple, divine elements and the myths of Mexico - Talocan's elaborate design is unique!
You can't get more thrill than this - nationally and internationally: Our visitors have voted Talocan the best thrill attraction six times in a row!
Experience Talocan all year round in summer as well as in Wintertraum - riding fun at up to -5°!¹
Guests under 1.40 m or over 1.95 m tall and children under 10 years of age are not allowed to ride.
Guests between 1.40 m and 1.95 m tall and children over 10 years of age are allowed to ride.
¹ Please understand that temporary closures of outdoor attractions may occur in the event of extreme weather conditions.
During the ride, the passenger rolls over several times, which can cause severe dizziness and nausea in visitors with circulatory disorders. The rapid rocking and swinging movements and the forces acting on the body during this process can result in an aggravation of back, neck and spinal complaints, and for people with heart disease, the risk of heart attacks or strokes also increases. Use of the attraction may also have a negative effect on pregnancy. Use of the attraction is therefore not possible for these groups of people.
It is necessary to hold on during the ride in order to compensate for or absorb the rapid rocking and swinging movements. Passengers with plaster casts or amputations in the upper body area are at increased risk of neck and back injuries. Therefore, users of this attraction should be able to hold on with at least one hand.
Even if the fire fountains cannot reach the visitors, the heat can be perceived as unpleasant in the face (e.g. in case of skin diseases).
Both the entrance and exit of this attraction are barrier-free and could be used by wheelchair users. In the event of an evacuation, walking- and visually impaired visitors might have to quickly climb down and up (small) ladders to get back to the station level. This could be a challenge especially for walking and visually impaired passengers. Use of the attraction is therefore not possible for these groups of people. However, there are no additional risks for hearing-impaired persons accompanied by a hearing person who can assist with communication.
Use is not possible for persons with epilepsy and fear of heights.
Contact the guest relations service at Kaiserplatz during your visit. There you will be informed in detail about the factors of use and receive the corresponding "Use and Waiver Agreement", which must be filled out, signed and countersigned on site with your personal data.
Errors and changes excepted.