Gardaland: Situated in Northern Italy on the shores of Lake Garda, Gardaland is one of the country’s most popular theme parks. The park is home to a number of thrilling rides, including the Blue Tornado roller coaster and the Magic Mountain dark ride. Younger visitors will enjoy meeting the park’s mascots, and taking a spin on the Fairy Tale Carousel.
Mirabilandia: This theme park in Emilia-Romagna is home to some of Italy’s fastest and tallest rides, including the Divertical roller coaster, which reaches speeds of up to 80km/h. Families can also cool off in one of the park’s two water parks, Mirabilandia Beach and Acqua Park. Other attractions include go-karting, a 4D cinema, and a number of shows featuring acrobats and clowns.
Cavallino Matto: Founded in 1971, Cavallino Matto is one of Italy’s oldest theme parks. It is located on the Tuscan coast near Pisa and features a number of family-friendly rides and attractions, including a Ferris wheel, carousel, bumper cars, and a train that circles the park. Older kids and adults will enjoy the park’s more thrilling rides, such as the Crazy Train roller coaster and the Free Fall tower.
Rainbow MagicLand: This theme park near Rome is dedicated to the world of fairy tales and magic. Visitors can step into the shoes of their favorite characters from stories like Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, and Pinocchio as they explore seven different themed lands. Highlights include meeting Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters, riding on Snow White’s Scary Adventures dark ride, and watching an acrobatic show featuring Belle from Beauty and the Beast.
Fiabilandia: Situated in Rimini on the Adriatic coast, Fiabilandia is one of Italy’s most popular seaside resorts. The resort is home to a number of family-friendly attractions, including an amusement park with rides such as bumper cars, a pirate ship, and a Ferris wheel; a water park with slides and pools; and a zoo with tigers, lions, elephants, giraffes, and other exotic animals.