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Hydromania: The Waterpark of Rome

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  • Entrance to Hydromania Rome
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About: Hydromania

Hydromania is Rome's only waterpark. Inside, you'll find plenty of attractions to keep the whole family entertained. If you're looking for summer fun and a way to beat the Roman sun, look no further.

Tuesday 09:30 - 18:30
Wednesday 09:30 - 18:30
Thursday 09:30 - 18:30
Friday 09:30 - 18:30
Saturday 09:30 - 19:00
Sunday 09:30 - 19:00
Monday 09:30 - 18:30
Hydromania
Vicolo del Casale Lumbroso 200, Rome
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