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Amy,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
29 Aug 2023
A great day out and very different to a normal adventure park. Not ideal if it's raining though. We got drenched!
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Ryan,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
01 Sep 2023
Amazing but 2 day min don't make a one day trip as you won't have enough time to see more than 4 things
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Milagros,  Argentina Argentina
29 Sep 2023
Una experiencia INCREÍBLE e incomparable!!! Cada espectáculo superaba al anterior. Felicitaciones a todos los que hacen Puy du Fou con tanto profesionalismo, pasión y dedicación.
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Puy du Fou is a historical theme park in Les Epesses in the heart of the Vendée region of Western France. With more than 2 million visitors every year, it's the second-most popular theme park in France after Disneyland Paris.

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Puy du Fou
Les Epesses, 85590, Les Epesses
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