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Archeopark, Boario Terme
(4.3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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  • I visited this park one Saturday in October with my daughter. It was a very nice experience, especially activities like cooking the bread with the flour is obtained by grinding the wheat by hand with stones, the tour by canoe and archery. The guides were very informative, telling the life of prehistoric people in a very interesting way. The Park is relatively small, so it doesn't require much effort to visit it all, anyway we recommend hiking boots preferably ponchos. Of course in the Park everything is fake, rebuilt for teaching purposes and tourism, but still very interesting and enjoyable. Inside the park there is a very nice restaurant, where they serve a delicious bread. The only two flaws of the Park are: 1) the entry is difficult to reach because both directions because the pedestrian entrance where they send SatNav is not possible to leave the car. To reach the entrance where you can park, one must make a turn around a very narrow road Hill nonsense full of blind curves, where it passes only one machine at a time (I dare not imagine what would happen in a weekends during high season). 2) the Park is located next to a freeway which is actually so there is continual noise of traffic (including trucks) and panorama not really "prehistoric" in that direction.
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  • Despite the clouds we saw upon waking, given the good weather forecast, we decided to try the archeopark. We arrive at 10.35, just us! Just driving us the guided tour, but having us of small children (2 and 4 years) we decide to turn to the Park alone. The atmosphere is pleasant, and there are many attractions for children: crossing the Lake on the raft, the animals to look at, the cave with prehistoric drawings of men, the lodges "men of many years ago." After lunch in the restaurant of the Park, the Superintendent instructs us on the use of the canoe, and the facilitator helps theme Lab (typing of copper), where even the little they had. A beautiful day, relaxing and with new experiences, helped by being at the end of the season and have the Park all pe noi. Positive the presence of a large picnic area, plenty of toilets, possibility to use the Card card.
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  • I went with a friend, both love the story and we couldn't resist to stop by. The guide is helpful and friendly, but tends to relate especially with children, ignoring almost completely the adults. The property is well maintained and really impressive. You can run several workshops where trace the stone carvings or try the mechanism to turn a simple fire. Nice also the maze and the idea to host some animal, like the wild boars. The strong point remains a kind of raft that transports you to the other side of the pond pulling a rope and pilings rebuilt. To try!
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  • Vystava velmi dobra, stejne tak doprovodne materialy. Budova je zapustena do okolniho terenu a zaroven obklopuje i nektere vykopavky. Chybi tematicka detska herna a vice interaktivnich prvku. Jinak urcite stoji za navstevu uz kvuli okolni krajine.
  • it's incredible. so beutyful !! : )
  • Great place to spend the day with the kids. Archaeological reconstructions of prehistoric buildings, piles, caves, engravings, boats, canoes, etc. Educational workshops, and numerous activities: work in clay, copper, etc. .. archery, fishing with your hands, canoe, boat attravsamento of the pond, etc. Don't miss the guided tour, with entrance into buildings explanations and activities. Many spaces for picnics (also covered), but also a bar and a restaurant. There are also deer, wild boar, sheep, goats, horses, pigs ... Small but focused!
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  • Great theme park, cosy spot, courses for children, guided tour. Great opportunity for those with children and want to spend a nice day outdoors. Fantastic fish in the pond that they catch barehanded (then you have to put them back in the water). Attention: it is not easy to reach, even with Navigator, if you're in the area better to ask questions.
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  • Wonderful place, above my expectations. The setting is beautiful with the Lake and watercourses that see free different animals (swans, ducks and fish). The highlight are the activities in which they are involved children (everyone is given a copper disk to mold into a bowl, make him work the clay, they grind flour, all the methods of the time). We visited the Park when there were school trips and our son was combined with other children to follow the explanations and participate in activities with them. You can eat at the bar or have a picnic lunch in the designated areas covered with tables. On some nights there are also themed dinners.
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