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New Jesolandia

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Aquabilia, a Family Adventure
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Aquabilia, a Family Adventure

This Family Friendly Tour kicks off in city of Treviso and explores the beauty of the verdant nature of these flourishing lands. Along the ancient city walls, the Sile River flows slowly and steadily.<br>On Paradise Island, children’s eyes are wide open and happy to see animals living freely between land and water.<br>Between canals in the center, fish and ducks play within gentle currents of Europe’s longest resurgence river.<br>From the impressive Porta Altinia the adventure begins along the ancient Restera, the road that leads to the Lagoon. In the Cemetery of Burci (the old Venetian boats), turtles sunbathe with cormorants and herons while the<br>regal swans preside over the waters. A lunch stop on the banks of the Sile river where pirates used to sail.<br>In the afternoon we will set off on the E-Bike towards the Lagoon and the discovery of the sea inhabitants of the Sea Life Aquarium. From the sea tunnel, the Iggy turtle welcomes you to the magical underwater kingdom of King Poseidon.
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VladimirPerac wrote a review Aug 2019
Sid46 contributions19 helpful votes
when we come i was very happy to see many nice thing for kids. but , when we start a ride on colorado river my little son was punch his head because of suddenly stop a ride.after that , we went to humor house.and my son again hit his head into a glass.after that we saw a little sign BEWARE OF GLASS WALL.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MarcoBrevi wrote a review Aug 2018
Livigno, Italy289 contributions47 helpful votes
just check how big is the wheel of Venice and you realize that "the magic mountains" are a museum. Disneyland copy section...there is no atmosphere of fun but a search of fun not in title to be satisfied.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Jeff wrote a review Aug 2018
Birchwood, United Kingdom57 contributions15 helpful votes
The park is better than what I thought it would be. A Good night out. Some rides are more expensive than what they are worth but others are good for value. Free parking and no entrance fee. We enjoyed walking around and had some fun.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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JOHNBHOY2 wrote a review Aug 2017
Glasgow, United Kingdom69 contributions20 helpful votes
A very average bunch of rides until you reach the Colorado River ride . You buy tickets from a kiosk manned by an old guy and then queue to get on a boat . My wife , 11yr old son and myself shared a boat . After coming down the first part of the ride the boat got stuck at the bottom of the next bit which took the boat back up . The young man who was operating the ride told my wife and myself to come off and left my son to finish the ride . We were left in the middle of the ride with no way or help to get out . He just walked away and left us there . When we called to him , he just ignored us at first then shrugged his shoulders . We had to clamber over the metal fence to get back on the walkway . When I confronted the old guy in the kiosk , he acted as if he didn't know what had happened . The young guy wouldn't come over to explain and the old guy wouldn't refund our money or even listen to my complaint . He offered us more tickets and I told him what he could do with them and his ride . This is one place I would never advise anyone to visit .
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Date of experience: July 2017
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SarahGoble wrote a review Aug 2017
Portsmouth, United Kingdom9 contributions1 helpful vote
The park is a good size and away from the main strip., more of a fair than an amusement park. There are more mosquitos here because of the location but it wasn't a big problem with generous use of insect repellant. It feels like it has been designed for those arriving by car rather than on foot and the footpaths and pedestrian crossings aren't ideal. It has a good collection of rides for small kids and a few great rides for teenagers and adults. Entrance is free and you pay for each ride separately. We picked up some money off vouchers at Tourist information. We spent an hour there and had a great time. Could be very expensive if you wanted to do all the rides!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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