Amusement parks in Italy

If you are traveling in Italy as a family with children or if your soul is young and energetic, there are quite a few good options for whole days of adrenaline and fairytale fun. You can develop your imagination, surf, float in the air, hug giant furry dolls and enjoy a magical atmosphere in the amusement parks. Throughout Italy there are many parks with different themes, which can make the young and old very happy and make the trip an unforgettable experience.

It is important to note that sometimes the prices, the attractions offered and the opening hours vary according to the season. Of course, we always strive to bring you the most up-to-date information, but it is always recommended to be updated before arriving at the venue’s website.

Here are some of the best parks Italy has to offer:

Leolandia

At a distance of 20 kilometers from the city of Bergamo, surrounded by a lot of greenery, there is a beautiful amusement park specially designed for children. The little ones will be able to enjoy 6 spaces with different themes that include about 40 different attractions adapted to them. They will get to meet heroes and cartoon characters live, travel on trains, sail on pirate ships, visit the animal world and perform special missions. In addition to the facilities in the park, throughout the day there are also quite a few music performances, theater and fascinating story hours. The park is also accessible to parents with babies and offers changing areas, food and breastfeeding rooms.

  • Ticket price: 39 euros
  • Address: Via Vittorio Veneto, 52, 24042 Capriate San Gervasio BG

Rainbow Magicland

The largest amusement park in Rome, covering an area of ​​about 600 dunams. The park was first opened in 2011 and since then about 3 million visitors have passed through it! In the park you can enjoy 38 different attractions and amazing shows. The facilities are extreme and especially fun and include, among others, roller coasters, water games and falling towers.

  • Ticket price: 26 euros
  • Address: Via della Pace, 00038 Valmontone RM

Hydromania

A wonderful amusement and water park in Rome with lots of fun activities and facilities. Children and adults alike will be able to splash around and enjoy the jacuzzi pool, various slides, wave pools, water train and more. Staying at the place is accessible and comfortable, there is free internet throughout the park, many restaurants, a shopping area, photo services and lockers for storing belongings.

  • Ticket price: 19 euros
  • Address: Vicolo del Casale Lumbroso, 200, 00166 Roma RM

Acquaworld

A park that will give you the perfect water experience. There is a special club for toddlers with safety conditions and for the little kids there are small pools and adapted water slides. Adults and young adults will be able to enjoy a selection of water sports lessons as well as relaxing massage treatments. The park also hosts events such as weddings and birthdays.

  • Ticket price: 20 euros
  • Address: Via Giorgio la Pira, 16, 20863 Concorezzo MB
rainbow magicland
rainbow magicland

Movieland Studios

A park full of a magical cinematic experience and various activities that will raise your adrenaline in your body. This is the perfect place for fans of the big screen, offering attractions for the whole family. The park covers a large area of ​​about 100 dunams, near the city of Verona, and includes 20 complexes on different topics. Among other things, you can visit the sets of famous movies such as Rambo, Tomb Raider and Zorro, take pictures next to famous characters and climb various extreme facilities.

  • Ticket price: from 22 euros
  • Address: Via Fossalta, 56, 37017 Lazise VR

Italy in miniature

A park that includes 273 miniature models of sites in Italy and another 30 models of sites throughout Europe. In addition, children will be able to enjoy various attractions such as video games, a panoramic tower, pony rides and a visit to Pinocchio’s house. For the extreme enthusiasts among us there are activities such as canoeing in a flowing river, paragliding and experiential viewing of films with multi-sensory effects.

  • Ticket price: 16.5 euros
  • Address: Via Popilia, 239, 47922 Viserba, Rimini RN

Cowboyland

A unique amusement park on the theme of the Wild West. In the park you can learn about the tradition and culture of the Indian cowboys, pet animals of different breeds that lived in those times, travel by train into a coal mine, visit an authentic Indian village and play a variety of games that will make you feel like you are in an old western.

  • Ticket price: 11.8 euros
  • Address: Via Tullio Morato, 27058 Voghera PV

Edenlandia

A magical and lively park in Naples that will give you a never-ending experience and the feeling that you are in a living legend. Among the adventures in the park we can mention the great castle of Lord Sheldon which has a stunning view of the park, an enchanted train that travels to the world of dreams and a visit to the mysterious waterfalls.

  • Ticket price: 11 euros
  • Address: Viale John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 75, 80125 Napoli NA

The Caneva Aquapark

An experiential water park suitable for all ages. From water slides, blue lake, coral bay, rivers, beaches and even a geyser, the park has everything related to water that you can think of. The place also has a dedicated pool for adults and a wonderful restaurant that won’t leave you hungry.

  • Ticket price: from 22 euros
  • Address: Via Fossalta, 58, 37017 Fossalta VR

Zoosafari

With over 200 different species of animals from five continents, this park is Italy’s main wildlife complex. This is the perfect place for those who want to taste a bit of bustling nature. The park has many attractions such as a monkey train, tropical rooms, a large lake and an entire safari area. In the park you can also watch seals and large aquariums and explore the magnificent world of aquatic life.

  • Ticket price: 5 euros
  • Address: Via dello ZooSafari, 72015 Fasano BR
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