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Fantasilandia, Santiago

(4.2/5 based on 900+ 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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  • Ideally go on weekdays because you won't find long lines to enter and nor will take an eternity to the ranks of the games, in some of these children go up accompanied by an adult because the permitted height is marked. They also have a movie theater and show different films or shorts very entertained at 3 and 4 D, I recommend you bring change to children if you stay up late, wet in some games like the Tsunami is the more entertaining!
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  • of visit by santiago is a place ideal to entertain and enjoy with them children and teenagers, very varied, meals, carry to cover is of the Sun e hydrate is...
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  • Good choice of fun for who goes to Santiago with children and also for those who enjoy extreme attractions (e.g. roller coaster). Is called the "Disneyland of Santiago", but well away from Disney and even of Beto Carrero World in Brazil, despite being the only park with the proposal in Santiago. Another point is the power structure, which could be better (only fast foods and a simple restaurant). Overall, the Park is good and worth going to have some fun.
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  • Fantislandia!!! Buying the season pass is definitely a great deal
  • A lot of things to do here. Next to the second largest public park in Santiago.
  • Best thing ever.
  • 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