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Fantasilandia, Santiago

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web
All ages can enjoy Fantasilandia, which may surprise you with the number of rides it offers. This smaller amusement park has everything from kiddie attractions to more thrilling amusements, and plenty in between. Several roller-coasters top the list of highlights. The entrance price includes all rides and food, making it a convenient place for some family diversion. Note, however, that many visitors have complained about overcrowding. If this concerns you, consider going during the week or in the off season. Use our Santiago tour planner to add Fantasilandia and other attractions to your Santiago vacation plans.
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  • Very good overview but unfortunately over the years the games have become a little redundant and it fills up much, so the wait for the main attractions is eternal.
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  • We went with my family (my wife and my children of 5, 9 and 11). All enjoyed big with the offered proposal. There are games for all ages and different tastes or levels of adrenaline. We even participate 5 within a rubber raft in a kind of roller coaster. The activity is to spend all afternoon, since its opening at 12:00 closing 20:00 hs. My recommendation is to buy tickets via the web because there is significantly less expensive promotions but I must warn that the web page and the entry system is a shame, regrettable. Purchase it had to more than 30 times because I always left error (even testing with multiple cards). Once is achieved, is receives a mail THAT there IS THAT PRINT (Yes, for a tourist is a complication). Do not bring the printed sheet, ask that you forward them the mail received at a certain address! (I hope that as a tourist, you have data on the phone, but you'll have to beg some Chilean with good vibes). In short: an anti-turista complication. Once inside all is forgotten and super moves. It's worth the time. He was one of the strong points of our trip in the memory of our children. Restaurants inside are not very much but there is variety and the prices are reasonable.
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  • My daughters are here, I not so much by long lines at each game and how expensive from the entrance. Now the games are good, well maintained, the people attending that if you always have miserable face (perhaps pay les badly). In the environment is clean and well maintained. In summer it is very entertaining to be immersed in the water of the Tsunami game. The large black dot food, there is very little variety, is of poor quality, they take a century, you serve with face of peo and it is expensive, bone EVIL. The bad thing is that they let you enter food, so if you require a special diet (celiac, diabetic, intolerant to lactose etc) you dreamed you sick or you go hungry. Zero inclusion here
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  • A lot of things to do here. Next to the second largest public park in Santiago.
  • my play favorite is monga( i am is usa)
  • The biggest amusement park in Santiago. It offers different types of roller coasters and many other similar attractions for all ages. Recommended
  • Cheap and honestly way better than Disneyland. Lots of rides, all kind of rides.
  • it is so fun it makes kids and families from any age to have fun and put a smile on there face .
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