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Parco Avventura Tre Querce
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joshuatree wrote a review Aug 2018
Turin, Italy85 contributions58 helpful votes
The park is situated on the hills surrounding Turin (consider up to 20 mins drive from the city center). The area is nice with possibilities to pic nique in the proximity of the park and options to walk in the forest. I visited the park with my daughter of 7 years old and we really enjoyed, the 2 junior trails (7 years old and up) are challenging and fun. We spent a couple of hours (retaking one of the two trails and adding the tree climbing) in the late afternoon, which is the best timing during the summer. The staff is super nice and all trails and equipments are very well maintained and safe. In the summer the park is a good option to escape a bit the heat of the city while enjoying the forest on the hills. Overall very positive experience, maybe just a bit pricey (14 euro from 7 to 12 years old, 19 euro the adults + 2 euro for the tree climbing). Last: bring insect repellent spray, there are lots of mosquito.
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Date of experience: August 2018
aldonetti wrote a review Jun 2017
Turin, Italy23 contributions10 helpful votes
Lots of fun for the whole family, including kids from age 3. They are serious about security. On sunny days though you have to be prepared for long lines and waits.
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Date of experience: June 2017
EasyTraveller841 wrote a review Feb 2016
Italia114 contributions36 helpful votes
I have been there with a group of friends. Most of us were at their first adventure park and climbing over trees in general. After a short technical and safety description, we started from beginner level until sport level (for very athletic people only). After two hours the ride was done and we ate nearby, relaxing ourselves until late afternoon. My tip for visitors is to bring as less valuable things as you can, because sometimes cars are broken into in the parking lot.
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Date of experience: May 2015
Lilajz wrote a review Aug 2015
Amstelveen, The Netherlands14 contributions7 helpful votes
I wouldn't go with kids under 9. If you have baby's or toddlers go without them. There aren't enough trails for children under 9 years old. There is no comfortable place to wait with toddlers, only some picnic tables so it was an absolute nightmare waiting there. Kids over 9 years had a lot of fun but has to be accompanied by an adult.
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Date of experience: August 2015