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Città della Domenica, Perugia

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Città della Domenica features a zoo and children’s amusement park rides. Try a horseback ride, or visit a western town with Italian cowboys. Swing in a wood fort, solve a maze, climb into a Trojan horse, or explore a castle. You can stroll on walkways through the trees, or ride small trains to the different sections of the park. To visit Città della Domenica and other attractions in Perugia, use our Perugia holiday planner.
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3.6
  • High ticket cost for a park overgrown with noxious animation for children. Dining areas scarce, the only thing acceptable courtesy at checkout.
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  • We came to the Park on Sunday 30 July 2017 to spend an enjoyable day out with the kids. The entrance ticket is expensive and honestly the structure is dated. The wood is often best walks are free. The attractions are dated and it shows. The guy at the ticket counter was very friendly but not all staff also. The zoo has nothing special and the much-vaunted train was rather uncomfortable. Cool Reptile House, worth the extra 3 euros. What has raised the day and made us more acceptable spending the ticket was the falconry show at 17.10 taught by Experience Falconery. We got there with a long snout and somewhat nervous, we came out with a smile and really excited. We were made aware of the fascinating and detailed explanations and demonstrations on birds of prey. Thanks guys for sharing with us your passion!
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  • It's a pity that such an opportunity was not exploited with a bit of seriousness. The Park is beautifully situated. It is large enough. The bulk of the investment is made. The potential audience is here, both locals and tourists. But everything is in such a State of decomposition that it is sad. "Attractions" abandoned, others who should be redone completely, others still that deserve a big crush "fees". Devices that do not work. Many enclosures for animals, but many are empty (and filthy). Move with a child stroller is a real sport (I remember that it is a recreational park for children). And I can't imagine the people with reduced mobility. A few friendly attractions for the kids.. .If you could get there. What a shame to leave such great potential to rot.
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  • Two stars for the complex. If I look at the animals that I hold dear would not give even one star. devoid of water on a day like today with 32° ... let x animals "farm" for donkeys and Buffalo .... not to mention the boar walled up alive ... guys come on. You can't. .. you could but they had all a continuous stream of water ... in certain water tanks nor was there. .. in other fences there was. but there was not even the animal ... Other tanks full of seaweed and putrid water. .. then the Park is fantastic. dating various free stuffs ... great forest. .. Fairy ... very nice environment. obviously to be revived. .. routes duretti seen the undergrowth slippery ... staff absent ... I recommend the animals ... It's not fair that they have water. ..
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  • A step back in time when amusement parks were just Fables and relaxation. Great for kids; those seeking adrenaline rides, won't like it. Nice and engaging the show birds of prey. The direction taken by those who run it are good; the potential is there to do even better. Go for it!!!
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  • The Città della Domenica in my opinion deserves a double review, everything depends on the perspective from which you want to see. If you are looking for something modern, efficient, neat and cool painting, then a star is too much. If you are looking for the same atmosphere of when you were kids in the ' 60/' 70, well then the place deserves 5 stars and beyond. I was with my family to the city on Sunday in the summer of 2016 and the site "vintage" drags you back in without too many compliments with its sights "analog" and the Woods uphill, a bit tiring to go. Everything remained as it was when it was built, with its decadence and its simplicity. Surely you will excite you at the sight of home of Pinocchio, and the animals will make you much tenderness, but the effect of returning children is assured. Before going phone calls to ensure that they are open.
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  • Because there are no trails. It's all uphill. We were with 2 kids, one in the stroller and we daticato a lot. The point restaurant is very dirty.
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  • We went last year and the prices almost double those exposed on the site ... then Oh well ... the Park is beautiful. Today we go ... the website says February 26 and 28 for free entrance peri Carnival with parades and other we arrive and open only the space of bar...li it says on the website was specified but is not vero......ma go to hell! A journey from Rome x nothing ... don't stay here again
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