When you travel to a foreign country for your holidays and have your children with you, it’s important to find also some activities to do with them that are fun.
So, in this article, I’m going to talk about four Italian amusement parks you can visit with your children.
In this list you won’t find some of the most famous Italian amusement parks like Gardaland and Mirabilandia. However, you’ll find some other Italian amusement parks that might be as interesting and fun.
One of the first Italian amusement parks your children will love is Leolandia. It’s smaller and less crowded than the most famous Gardaland and Mirabilandia.
Leolandia was opened in 1971 and is in Capriate San Gervasio, in Lombardy.
Leolandia is an amusement park created for families and children.
In it you can meet some of the most famous modern cartoon carachters such as Peppa Pig, Masha & the Bear, Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, and so on.
In addition to this, you’ll find 40 attractions, a didactic farm, a small aquarium and a reptile house.
Finally, one of the most interesting attraction is Minitalia, a scale reproduction of some of the most important Italian monuments.
For information about prices and opening hours, please visit the official website of Leolandia.
PARCO DELLA PREISTORIA
There are many Italian amusement parks dedicated to dinosaurs. This one is located in Rivolta d’Adda, Lombardy and was opened in 1978.
In it children and adults can see many reproductions of different dinosaurs and hominids. You can visit this park both by walking or by travelling on a small train.
Moreover, there’s also a small paleonthological museum and a labyrinth.
For information about prices and opening hours, please visit the official website of Parco della preistoria.
Another beautiful Italian theme park you can visit is Fiabilandia, in Rivazzurra, Emilia-Romagna.
Fiabilandia was opened in 1965 and is divided into four areas: the medieval area, the oriental area, Peter Pan’s area and the Far West area.
The park has really many attractions from Space Mouse to Captain Nemo adventure, Merlin’s castle, Fu-Ming labyrinth, and so on.
Moreover there’s an area dedicated to inflatable games – Gonfiabilandia – and another area where you can see some scale reproductions of the most famous European buildings.
For information about prices and opening hours, please visit the official website of Fiabilandia.
MONT BLANC PARK
Mont Blanc park is perfect for people who love adventure. In fact, it’s an adventure park located in Prè-Saint-Didier, in Valle d’Aosta.
The park was built in the middle of a forest and offers different paths, from the easiest ones to the most difficult ones.
You can visit this park by crossing suspended platforms. Platforms are at different heights, according to the difficulty of the chosen path. They go from 1.50 meters to 18 meters. However, there’s also the extreme path that is at 130 meters of height.
You’ll find also Tibetan bridges, Tarzan jumbs and many other “attractions” to prove yourself.
For information about prices and opening hours, please visit the official website of Mont Blanc park.
Have you already visited these Italian amusement parks with your children? What do you think about them?
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