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MGM wrote a review Jan 2020
Zurich, Switzerland79 contributions6 helpful votes
located just outside the A4 motorway at Capriate exit, it's a great place for families with younger kids you can find Masha & Bear, PJ Masks, Thomas the train ... There is also a very nice tour of Italy (mini Italy) which everyone will enjoy and a rettilarium several shows during the day I find it expensive but worth it (definitely if you use the free next day entry)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Kristel K wrote a review Nov 2019
Tallinn, Estonia11 contributions5 helpful votes
Leolandia is really fun if you have kids from 2 years to 10 years. Even maybe 12 years old would enjoy it. It has many rides and places for kids to play. There is mini-Italia in the park. There are not a lot of people, so you can really enjoy the day with kids. Some of the rides are for really small kids, some for larger ones and there are also around 4-5 rides that grown-ups also enjoy. There is a large and fairly decent place to eat at, offers both salads, street food and warm food. If you have smaller kids, then there is no point to travel to Gardaland, just go to Leolandia instead as there is not so much people as in Gardaland where kids can really get lost.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Insider wrote a review Oct 2019
17 contributions1 helpful vote
This place was recommended to us by others for the ages of our children (4 and 8). The kids had a great time and there was plenty for both of them to do. The package deals for two days of the park + one night at a nearby hotel had great pricing. Cons: Potentially long lines and even though the park opens at 10am many of the popular rides don’t open until 10:30am (I’m curious as to why they’ve adopted this practice?). Also, the first day we had lunch in the park (pizza)—it wasn’t very good and it was expensive. The next day we were wiser and brought our own food (it’s allowed).
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Zacce wrote a review Sep 2019
Biel, Switzerland29 contributions6 helpful votes
Great place for the kids, but suffers from the same issue as any amusement park; when there are lots of people the queuing times get ridiculous.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Trek36438159215 wrote a review Aug 2019
Zurich, Switzerland11 contributions
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We had a fantastic time with our kids from 11a.m. - 11p.m. on Saturday, the 17th of August. Although many people entered the park, due to the long opening hours. Nevertheless, there have been almost no cues on most attractions and if we had to wait it was 5 minutes at the most and we think it's the best park in Europe for children from the age of 2 - 7. But even older ones will enjoy themselves with the attractions for children from 120cm on!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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