Gardaland is an theme park placed in North-Eastern Italy. Launched 19 July 1975, the complex contains Gardaland, Gardaland Sea-Life, and the Gardaland Hotel. It is nearby to Lake Garda, but does not actually face the water.
The whole complex covers an area of 445,000 m2, while the amusement park alone measures 200,000 m2. Sporting both classic attractions and entertainment shows, attracts nearly 3 million visitors every year.
The park is own or operated by the British organization Merlin Entertainments. Important sites at the park consist of Mammut, Oblivion: The Black Hole, Fuga Da Atlantide, Blue Tornado, Ramses: Il Risveglio, Raptor and Jungle Rapids.
Gardaland Sea-Life park is based on the eastern side of Lake Garda, and it is feature of Gardaland Resort. It is the first Sea-Life park in Italy. Totally themed areas and surroundings house more than 150 various freshwater and marine species.
Getting there :
By Car Or Camper Van
Motorway A4 Milan-Venice : – Are you arriving from Milan? Exit at the paying toll of Peschiera del Garda and follow the signs. The Park is only a few kilometres from the motorway exit.
Are you coming from Venice? Exit at the paying toll of Sommacampagna or Peschiera del Garda and follow the signs. The Park is only a few kilometres away from the motorway exit.
Motorway A22 Of The Brenner : – Are you coming from Modena? Take the junction connecting to the A4 motorway, in the direction of Milan, and Exit at Sommacampagna or Peschiera del Garda. Follow the signs. The Park is only a few kilometres from the motorway exit.
Are you coming from the Brenner motorway? Exit at the paying toll of Affi and follow the freeway in the direction of Peschiera del Garda. And if you are coming by camper van click here
By Train : Gardaland Park is only 2 Km away from the station of Peschiera del Garda (on the Milan-Venice railway line). The Railway Station of Peschiera del Garda is linked to the Park by a free shuttle service (roundtrip). There is a ride every 30 minutes throughout opening hours of the Park.
Gardaland Opening Times: – 10.00- 18.00
Gardaland park tickets:
1 Day Ticket : € 39,50
1 Day – Available On Line Only : € 36,00
Preset Date (1 Day) – Available On Line Only : € 31,00
Afternoon – Weekdays : € 20,00 (From 2 Pm To 6 Pm, Monday To Friday.)
Afternoon – Weekends & Holidays : € 23,00 (From 2 Pm To 6 Pm, Saturday, Sunday And Italian National Holidays.)
2 Consecutive Days : € 52,00
2 Consecutive Days – Available On Line Only : € 49,00
Children Under 1 Mt : Free
Not Self-Dependent People With A Disability : Free
Family Ticket – 1 Day
- 3 People : € 99,00 (2 Adults + 1 Child Under 10 Years Or 1 Adult + 2 Children Under 10 Years)
- 4 People : € 132,00 (2 Adults + 2 Children Under 10 Years Or 1 Adult + 3 Children Under 10 Years)
- 5 People : € 165,00 (2 Adults + 3 Children Under 10 Years Or 1 Adult + 4 Children Under 10 Years)
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