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Gardaland Amusement Park: Skip The Ticket Line

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  • 1 or 2-day skip-the-ticket-line entrance to Gardaland Amusement Park
  • Unlimited access to all attractions
  • Access to all shows
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Tips for visiting Gardaland

You can spend as much time in Gardaland as you like – once you're in, you're in. However, the queues can be long, especially on weekends. Be sure to get the fast-track tickets to save even more time and make the most of your time inside.

You can opt for 1 or 2-day skip-the-line entry tickets to Gardaland Amusement Park, which both include unlimited access to all the attractions.

In the summer, Gardaland Park is open 10am - 11pm. These long hours mean you can pack more into your day, and make your Gardaland tickets far more valuable. However, on weekends, and in summer when the kids are off school, the park can get extremely busy. Unless you have fast-track tickets you could spend a lot of time in long lines.

Aim to get there early to avoid the crowds, and if you drive, remember to park close to the entrance. This way, when you leave you'll be out pretty fast.

There are lots of places to eat and drink at Gardaland. In fact, it probably has more options than most other theme parks. There are themed restaurants for the family, casual fast-food outlets, pizzerias, ice-cream stalls, and places to buy cold water dotted all over the park.

One of our favourite restaurants is Merlin's Castle, in the heart of the medieval area. This rustic farmhouse eatery will get the kids giggling thanks to the medieval music and costumes. There's also some pretty good beer on tap – or should that be mead?

There's no need at all to bring your own food and drinks into Gardaland. Why carry more when you can buy it all inside?

Bags are allowed into Gardaland, but don't bring any unnecessary bags or items. There are some lockers, but not enough for every visitor.

Pets are not allowed. But your cameras are. Just make sure your phones are inside something waterproof!

You should also bring something warm. If you stay late after sunset and you're wet, you might get a little cold. A hat is also a good idea for that brutal midday sun!

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About the Gardaland Amusement Park

Gardaland Amusement Park is the Disneyland of Italy and one of Europe’s largest amusement parks. It's situated by the picturesque Lake Garda, which was once known for carrying commercial traffic and transporting goods and travellers.

This family-friendly amusement park - voted one of the world's best in 2011 - features over 30 rides. Gardaland rides are the best, including 7 roller coasters, 3 water rides, 4 dark rides and 3 flat thrill rides. More than 3 million people visit Gardaland every year.

Gardaland Amusement Park
Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 21:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Gardaland Amusement Park
Via Derna 4, 37014, Castelnuovo del Garda
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