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Alfredo ,  Italy Italy
22 Jul 2023
The truth is we came here last year. We were very impressed with the beautiful and many swimming pools.
26 Aug 2023
Dated but still lots of family fun to be had, a reasonable price.
Giada,  Italy Italy
16 Jul 2023

About: Aquafelix

Aquafelix is one of the top water parks in Italy. Opened in 1995, the park is located close to the port town of Civitavecchia and is popular with visitors disembarking from cruise ships, as well as those journeying from Rome. The Italian capital is just over an hour's drive away.

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Via Terme di Traiano, 53, Località Casale Altavilla, 00053, Civitavecchia
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