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Castelnuovo del Garda
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.
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The Aquarium of Genoa isn't just the largest aquarium in Italy – it's the largest in Europe! Located in Genoa's Porto Antico (Old Port), this 3,000 m2 aquarium, built inside an old ship, boasts the biggest collection of aquatic biodiversity in Europe. Meet penguins, sharks, dolphins, and more!
With 11 indoor and outdoor pools, Aquardens is the largest thermal park in Italy. Only a few kilometers from Verona and Lake Garda, it's the perfect day out for anyone in need of relaxation. With pools, lagoons, caves and waterfalls that all contain salty-bromine-iodine thermal water that flows pure at 37°C, it's a safe bet that you'll unwind from life's usual stresses. Aquardens also features a sauna village, inspired by ancient Nordic tradition. In the large ritual saunas, skilled aufgussmeisters perform Aufguss rituals and steam shows, accompanied by music and enriched by fragrant and enthralling essences. You'll also find Mediterranean baths, steam baths and a Finnish sauna, along with relaxation areas, an ionized rock salt wall and warm sand beds that provide a unique environment to relax in.
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Capriate San Gervasio
Leolandia is a family-friendly theme park close to Milan. Surrounded by green parkland, this nonstop adventure zone is packed with rollercoasters, water rides, animals to pet, cartoon characters to mingle with, and even miniature models of Italian landmarks.
The attractions at Milan's Museum of Illusions span over 70 exhibits and cover different fields, including psychology, mathematics, science, and biology. But nothing is as it seems! It's all about the mind trickery in this central Milan location. Take the whole family and the camera too – there are photo opps galore in here! Milan is the 33rd city in the world to host one of these popular attractions designed for international audiences of all ages. It's located in via Settembrini 11, a few steps away from Milan Central Station.
Modena's Ferrari museum is a suitably stylish tribute to the world's most prestigious sports cars and the man who created a timeless legacy.