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Parco Leonardo, Fiumicino

(2.2/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • I frequent this mall for nine years, since the last visit I decided I'd come back and so do my friends. Lately it feels like on a playground, small detail: we are in a shopping mall. Especially during the Carnival period the permanence is unbearable, the kids running everywhere screaming and throwing confetti that nobody cleans. Of course the children are accompanied by parents equally rude. These families did not come in the mall to shop, but to entertain their kids. Maybe we should discourage the use of the Mall in this sense, not at all pleased to see scampering children and parents who scream (Yes, the Apple doesn't fall far from the tree) when you want to spend a quiet Saturday after a week of work. Evidently changed the target, but even if I had kids I would bring them to play here, because every place has a use and the Mall should not be used as a playground. I am however aware that each manages its own life as he pleases and this concept is too complex for the new target selected. I hope this is constructive criticism, because the situation makes it a nightmare to whoever is willing to spend at stores.
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  • Nothing other than the usual shopping mall, very ordinary but very neat too, in the sense that it spends half a day in peace. There are nice shops of all the most famous signatures in addition to a hypermarket. Is parking with some difficulty, but in the end it is. I say it is only ordinary because with globalisation, these Mall all look the same, still nice and with many offerings.
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  • I go almost every day at Parco Leonardo, missing a seat Nespresso, coin, the stores are constantly changing, Auchan handy, accessible by car or by train, only sadness is the paid parking, I always make shopping so if you expense the first hours are free, but here it seems absurd to pay a parking lot where daily split panes and you condemn theft at will! Or do the free parking or if you maintain a fee should guard it as it should be! Let's say that in Rome, the port of Rome than the arch Leonardo is a step higher on the podium! Maybe who knows parco Leonardo will decide to adopt a better policy and imitate the other commercial galleries to improve!
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  • My favourite shopping centre. Far from Rome chaos and close to the sea. Spaces are great and you can walk without having thousands of people close to you. I recommend to visit it after 6:00pm every day or in the morning during weekend for enjoying the place 100%!
  • Great spot for few hours shopping while waiting for flight. Shame ticket sellers at train station are ripping off unsuspecting passengers by charging wrong fares and playing dumb. When they know better. They tried it on woth me then got irate when i pulled them o it. But all they are doing is putting people off going there. There really are some lively shops.
  • I was here recently with my family, since we we're staying in a hotel nearby. We arrived at noon (broad daylight) and planned on staying for no more than an hour. We left no bags showing in order to leave no reason for thieves to break in. After shopping we returned to the car only to find that the window had been smashed and all our belongings had been taken out of the trunk which had been closed and its contents hidden. After two minutes, while we we're still on the phone with emergency services, the police arrived on the scene, they said that they saw it on camera (at least that's what we could understand from their Italian) and that this happened very often. After filing a report at the police station we were free to go. They seemed very powerless in this situation and very uninterested, possibly because we were tourists. This is a very common occurrence as we we're told after the fact by both the police and the airport employees, I can't emphasize this enough and I wish that I had read the TripAdvisor page (13 english reviews, of which 6 involve a car being broken into) before. Do not go here.
  • Massive shopping center found it easy to get to by car wc are horrible and nasty Alot of shops clean staff seem friendly.
  • Large but not comfortable mall: easy to reach by train, not so much by car, also if it is out of town. Atmosphere is so-so (maybe the not so bright lighting)