Amusement Parks in Rome
As we all know, Rome never gets boring. However, when you travel with children or teenagers, sometimes you end up looking at more fun things to do other than visit the museums or historical monuments of Rome. Give your vacation in Rome a twist by spending a day surrounded by water slides and rollercoasters at the amusement parks in Rome!
Hydromania: one of the water parks in Rome
What’s more refreshing during the summer in the city than pools and water slides? Take a day off of roaming the streets of Rome and spend a fun day at Hydromania! Hydromania is one of the amusement parks in Rome (exit 33 of G.R.A.) that offers entertainment for kids and adults. It’s possible to take advantage of special offers by visiting their website. Keep in mind that kids under 1 mt get in for free, while kids up to 12 years old and adults over 75 get a discount.
Rainbow Magicland: a fairyland and magic kingdom in Rome
Rainbow Magicland will leave your children amazed. It is the biggest one out of all the amusement parks in Rome where fairies and a magical kingdom are the main theme. This might be the most appropriate park for families, as it offers a variety of prices for all family sizes. You can easily reach the park by taking the highway and taking the Valmontone exit; the park will be right next to a big shopping outlet.
Cinecittà World: the movie-themed amusement park in Rome
In a city that inspired so many cult movies back in the day, the Eternal City couldn’t miss to have an amusement park completely dedicated to the cinematic world. Starting from summer 2018, Cinecittà World is one of the amusement parks that also has a pool, among other rides. There, you can walk around set replicas and enjoy watching shows at their theater. Located right next to Castel Romano outlet, we recommend you look out for special offers on their website as well.
Now that you got the entertainment for the kids sorted out, we invite you to check out our tours in Rome!
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