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La Citta dei Bambini e dei Ragazzi, Genoa

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Take your kids to La Citta dei Bambini e dei Ragazzi, a children’s museum featuring interactive science exhibits. The museum is easy to navigate, with sections marked for particular age groups. Children can play with large blocks and water, or pretend to record the news in a mock television station. There is an adjacent aquarium that can be included in a package deal when you buy your tickets. Use our Genoa vacation generator to add La Citta dei Bambini e dei Ragazzi and other attractions to your Genoa vacation plans.
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Located just steps from the city's famous tourist sites, Genoa's centrally located B&Bs and hotels offer comfortable lodgings suitable for all tastes and budgets. To avoid the expense and stress of driving and parking in Genoa's central districts, look for a boutique hotel just outside the city center. Staying out of the busy heart of Genoa is a practical and affordable compromise, offering a good base for exploring numerous fishing villages located along the coastline. Hostels operating in residential areas also offer private parking and easy access to buses into the center of town.
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  • City breaks can perhaps get a little boring for kids, so to have somewhere like this where our 3 year old son can have fun and burn some excess energy is brilliant. The building site room was his favo...  more »
  • "La città dei bambini e dei ragazzi" is playground where kids can learn the principles of science while playing with different materials. Activities are divided into areas dedicated to age ranges, and...  more »
  • Nice break for kids if no better plans for the afternoon. Nothing spectacular, but some good scientific demos that the kids are sure to enjoy. We went with 3 kids ( age 7, 9 & 10). Not for older kids.  more »
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  • Very entertaining and enlightening to all young kids, be prepared by bringing a non slippery socks to your kid and maybe an extra shirt if he wets himself playing with water based games.
  • Very interesting place where to bring your children ( until 10 years of age ). They can do a lot of experiences, like to work for TV news.... They will be so happy that you brought them here...
  • A nice "Lab" where you can see, touch, play and experiment with various themes. Water, soap bubbles, optical illusions, interactive games ... even a terrarium with ants! Such a lovely place to spend half a day with fun and learning. Games for all ages but I think to fully appreciate our little should have at least 4/5 years.
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  • It's all for children, times, spaces, activities and cleanliness. Parents can relax while the children play and experiment. For children there are several attractions and choice. A nice little place where children can learn by playing safely.
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  • The playground on the site have always liked ... Every year I've seen carry out maintenance on the various games at the limit of expenditure: for everything that breaks is put a "patch", no "real". Nel cantiere trolleys were replaced by plastic hoods Piana for water features are always the same and as they break it looks like laevinus, computers are mostly dated and 50% of those not working, the climbing wall last year was in very bad condition and this year has been removed, the projector of the game of "virtual balls at the bottom" is exhausted by time the vessel is now obsolete, the games about the "renewable energies" (bicycle + plastic) are held practically with scotch tape. The tv studio that was once dedicated to the little ones (and loved) is now dedicated only to professional traders to "WebTv" in recent years "zero news" if not the "optical effects" (however well made). In the eyes of children all appears fine, in my eyes the structure looks like continues slow decline. ... Belle activities organised and managed by operators. Given the cost to access them I wonder how invested the proceeds ...
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