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This is such a unique structure, looking like a huge version of the Gulliver character tied to the ground, but you climb and slide down all the different sides of him. I would only say that it's not for very small children as a lot...More
You need to be careful with the sleds because sometimes they slipped. But it is a good place to spend some time with your family and friends. On saturdays or sundays or bank holidays the park is crowed.
Great, free attraction. It must ginormous to little kids. As a grown woman I still fancied a run around it. Never had anything like this when I was a child! Great slides, ropes to climb up. Lots of ages of people on it.
You should drop by Gulliver Park when you are in the area It’s about 10 minutes walk from Arts and Science Center. It is to the north of Arts and Science Center.
It is cute and brings smiles to your face. Watch adults wait until...More
A Giant 70 meter Gulliver set in the Turia gardens with slides, steps and climbing areas set into his body.
You cannot eat in the park itself but there are benches outside and snack/drinks machines.
Would have loved to have had a go ourselves!
Quirky, different, huge, fun... it ticks all the boxes. My 8, 5,5 year old children spent hours in the evening there. You are not allowed to eat at the Gulliver enclosure itself, although there are picnic tables just outside, and of course, the huge Turia...More
I must say, seeing pictures of this on the web, doesn't actually do it justice. And we've explored many parks with our toddler and this has got to be currently at the no1 spot. Its got everything and anything you want to climb. Our daughter...More
We visited with our kids first thing in the morning. Family had warned us that the equipment gets very hot later in the day and closes during siesta, so it was great to get there before it was too crowded or too hot. There are...More
Any similar problems: Cruise ship scam, Gulliver Travel Dubrovnik changed our booked ship Mali Ante to a much smaller Otac Nikola, four days prior to departure, no alternative nor reinboursement offered. Filing legal claim for contract violation. All advice will be welcome
June 16, 2016|
Restaurant Recommendations - All Different Cuisines? (5 Replies)
My 4th trip to Krakow on 4 Dec. Have had a few good meals on previous trips, eg. Horai (Asian), Indus Tandoor, and Gulliver French Bistro before it went downhill and turned into a cafe. I'm going to try Starka for the first time this trip. As you can see I'm not fussy about which type of food, but wouldd like to know your favourite restaurants and recommendations. I'm after good food, not over priced nouvelle cuisine. I'd prefer not to have recommendations for expensive (eaten at Cyrano...More
December 03, 2010|
pizza....trzy paprzki....if its full sit next door, in the restaurant to the left and ask for trzy papryki menu....its on poselka
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Where should daughter break journey Durham to Tenby? (8 Replies)
Help please from those kind enough to read this post. DD and hubby and 2 small boys live near Durham and have booked a week in Tenby, an area they love, in August. They would like advice though please. Durham to Tenby is a long way, so any ideas on a part way along point to spend a couple of nights or so with interesting things to do for a family with 5 and 7 year old boys ? Probably have to be an hotel as self catering don't do part weeks, they are fine with that. I wondered about...More
June 09, 2016|
Response fromDavid J|
https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Rev… Is this worth considering?