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Acquapiper, Rome

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  • 90 years this park was a real novelty for the region, that of Mr. Franz who led Park to levels of national notoriety, good management, good entertainment, cleanliness, and who can forget the combined water park by day and disco at night with the support also of the other myths of years 90 Carlo Schicchi the promoter of that team of Pornstars from cicciolina to wells and others that movimentavano the evenings of acquapiper. It was the ' 90 everything was going great, then the management changed hands, and unfortunately he passed to someone with little economic means who thought of making money at most annuity acquired name getting AIDS and this led to a horrible management with massive appeal to non-Italian staff to get to closure for hygienic. and now the structure and yet another dead there in ruins ... hard it can now reopen too many costs to reopen it and and make it attractive as it was in its early years
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  • I spent almost the whole day! Wonderful place! You can swim, and ride the wave and try to roll down with multiple slides. Impressions going wild. Good weather, warm water, combining a pleasant vacation with a Tan during the pauses between the descent from the hills, friendly staff-all this leaves only positive sensations from visiting the Park.
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  • I recommend you to visit a water park with the kids. He is not at the heart of the city. The staff were very friendly
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  • The facility is closed for years, such a pity. Image is currently under judicial auction and I hope that will be soon restarted because it offered not only fun in Guidonia but all of Rome and its surroundings.
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  • Closed for years.
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  • The Park is closed for years, did not reopen again is useless you come!
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  • Aquapiper is closed for years now
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  • It was the first water park in Rome and all of us from children/teenagers we spent wonderful days here. Of course like all facilities that pass 20 years would need a little updating to keep pace with new water parks but overall can't complain. Changing rooms bathrooms and pools in good condition. The entrance to the Park is not prohibitive to block other structures that demand more of €20 per person.
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