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Fiabilandia, Rimini
(2.6/5 based on 1,800+ reviews on the web)
Designed for families with small kids, Fiabilandia opened in 1965 and is one of the country’s oldest amusement parks. Roughly circular in shape, the park was built around a lake that is an important environmental area, sheltering numerous species of migratory birds. The park has several main themed areas and offers a wide range of rides, many of which are focused on fairy tales. Some of the site’s most popular attractions are rides designed around the characters of Peter Pan, Aladdin, Merlin, and Captain Nemo. The park also features spinning roller coasters, children’s pools, exhibits about reptiles and prehistoric fossils, and a 4-D movie theater. Be sure to explore the animal farm section of the park, which allows visitors direct contact with goats, donkeys, chickens, and rabbits. To visit Fiabilandia and other attractions in Rimini, use our Rimini family vacation planner.
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  • Usually children's amusement park, with long and grueling file in order to access the games, maybe under the summer sun. Games in the media, and to spend anyway the whole day, since the kids never get tired. Recommend good supply of drinking water, and spare costume or because some things are in the water. Present a slide and small pool, so even shoes/slippers for the situation. Only con decidedly negative, parents/carers are charged full price quite dear, to accompany their children on games for children.
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  • We were the first. November in this park. We had even us adults. Ample parking. Though. Things are a bit retro ... We enjoyed ourselves. The little train that runs around the Park. The boat ... Lo. Slide with mat. The area far West ... And much more. There had never been ... Nice nice ... There was not a lot of people but all in all we enjoyed especially children. Thank you..
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  • If you head the various Mirabilandia or Gardaland never mind ... this park aims to smaller and believe me, even though we seem dated and unattractive, er their will be pure happiness. Of course we talk about children up to 7/8 years ... The attractions are a little dated and would benefit from some more maintenance but the result is there and the kids are enjoying themselves so much. Covered parking, some paid attraction and self service.
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  • Fun for children, in my opinion particularly up to 8 years old
  • Not the best amusement park
  • Ok
  • no no no ... the basics to be a decent fun park there would be anche...ma is neglected. in some attractions were managers at nn c to reference. It is true that we went last Sunday (low season) in fact nn c were the shows or characters being photographed around the Park ... eranoaddirittura souvenir shops closed or several things that they closed early and we were able to get in. but they charged as if it was high season!!! then the baby just 1 meter in the other parks nn paid and here they charge even for her, sad and shameful!!! given more oomph to this park if you want to put him to death because under these conditions nn works very!
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  • Now Fiabilandia is a classic of game parks, has a target for children smaller (from 2-3 to 10-12 years), the Park has a large parking lot, a warm welcome and many attractions and fun although there are exceptional or reckless. Has a boating lake (with a paddle-boat) and greenery around, which makes it very particular considering it is located in the middle of an urban area. There are attractions for all tastes, shops for souvenirs, I always appreciate even the shows that are very entertaining and varied. The only demerit is perhaps the restaurant that does not Excel, but it's what you need on these occasions also, popular and family-friendly prices. Is there any part of the park that has some age limits (such as a circus tent a bit messed up), but overall the property is well maintained and there is an effort to keep it alive and updated even without big changes. I have been there several times but I always enjoy, I go with the baby until they take strongest emotions!
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